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The private dining room at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire continues many of the motifs you’ll find in the main dining room: that cracked eggshell mural on the walls and in the plates that greet you at your table, the clean lines, orb lights suspended from the ceiling and the fabulous floor-to-ceiling windows with fantastic views of Las Vegas. The room seats up to 16 diners, so whether you’re on business or just bringing your extended family and friends along for an inventive, fusion-cuisine experience, you’ll have plenty of room to enjoy it. The main dining room of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant doesn’t feel overwhelmingly open, despite the adequate space and high ceilings, but the placement of partitions and tables intentionally creates intimacy. In any case, if you book the private room, you won’t have to worry about what other diners are doing or saying, instead, you’ll have more space to yourself to discuss the intricate and delicate dishes the French fusion masters bring to your table.