Welcome to the house that fame built: Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Las Vegas! Celebrity waits around every corner and tastes of fame are plentiful, so check in where you're the star.The home of Britney Spears in Las Vegas! Follow us on Twitter at @phVegas!
The LINQ Hotel and Casino is Caesars Entertainment's $550 million hotel, shopping, dining and entertainment district located at the center of the Las Vegas Strip which is home to Brooklyn Bowl, Sprinkles, Yardhouse, 12 A.M. Run, Goorin Brothers, BLVD Cocktails AND The High Roller. The World's Tallest Observation wheel at 550 feet!
Ellis Island Casino & Brewery is the home of the friendliest employees in Nevada. Our commitment to quality and service has become a tradition for over 45 years. We offer over 300 gaming devices with a variety of games including reel slots, video poker, and keno. Live blackjack, roulette, craps and sports book wagering is available seven days a week, along with free bingo every weekday.
Thrill in the 24/7 action of the Tuscany Casino with over 800 of your favorite slot and video poker machines, as well as a full complement of table games including Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, and Super Fun 21. Sports fans can get in on all the action at the William Hill Sports Book, just inside the casino main entrance. Voted the Best Player's Club in 2011 by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, our Player’s Club rewards members with exclusive club benefits, cash back, and unbeatable comps.
Tuscany Suites & Casino is an all-suites property, featuring large 650 sq. ft. suites in a resort setting. Curved pathways wind through 27 acres of lush landscape, pools, and fountains. Our full-service hotel provides warm, personalized service to surpass all of your needs from concierge service, business center, and state-of-the-art fitness center with massage services.
Our four restaurants and four bars are here to surpass your expectations. Experience the sophisticated yet approachable take on Italian Fine Dining in the romantic setting of Tuscany Gardens. Enjoy the bold flavors of Mexico and creative chef’s specials in the Cantina. Marilyn’s Café provides a round the clock option, with a 24-hr breakfast menu and the best in American comfort food.
With over 37,000 sq. ft. of flexible meeting and convention space and a talented team of event and catering professionals, your next event is sure to be a success at Tuscany Suites & Casino.
It is actually our personalized approach to guest service that sets this unique Las Vegas all-suites hotel and casino apart as a truly special destination.
Why take chances on your next visit to Vegas? For work, play or a little of both, Tuscany Suites and Casino is a sure thing!
The Cromwell presents the Strip’s first Las Vegas boutique hotel. Each of the 188 rooms features luxurious accommodations in an intimate, Parisian-inspired atmosphere. Whether it’s the hardwood floors, plush furnishings or dim and romantic lighting, each room gives guests a glamorous, VIP experience. The hotel’s blend of modern and vintage design is another unique element. Exclusive amenities include hallway coffee and tea service, steam showers and Muk bath
Bold. Sophisticated. Enticing. Welcome to The Cromwell.
Open 24/7 on the NW corner of Flamingo and Audrie St. Hot Slots & ice COLD Beer!! Dollar Michelob Original & Light!! $1.50 --1/4 lb Nathan Hot Dog!! Liquor Store!! Tavern!! Snacks!! Food!! Groceries!! Alien Fresh Jerky - GREAT Gourmet Beef Jerky and more....
The Cromwell Las VegasDistance: 0.3 miCompetitive Analysis 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
The Cromwell Las Vegas is a luxury boutique hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, owned by Caesars Entertainment.HistoryBarbary Coast (1979-2007)The property was the site of Empey's Desert Villa from 1952. In 1979 it became the Barbary Coast casino and hotel. The casino was built by Michael Gaughan and opened on March 2, 1979 at a cost of $11.5 million. Over time, this property, along with others owned by Gaughan would become Coast Casinos Inc. Gaughan shared partnership in the Barbary Coast with Kenny Epstein, Tito Tiberti, Frank Toti and Jerry Herbst.In July 2005, Boyd Gaming purchased the Barbary Coast Hotel.In September 2005, Boyd purchased the 4.3acre of land the hotel occupied for $16 million. The hotel had previously been leasing the land.In 2007, Boyd gave the Barbary Coast to Harrah's Entertainment in exchange for the 24acre site of the demolished Westward Ho, to be used for the Echelon Place project.Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon (2007-2013)The Barbary Coast closed at 2:00 a.m. on February 27 and reopened on March 1 as the newly rebranded Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon, in honor of company founder Bill Harrah.After nearly six years of continuous operations, Bill's closed on February 4, 2013, for complete renovation into a luxury boutique hotel. Plans call for complete renovation of the entire property, the guest rooms and casino floor, a new restaurant, and construction of a 65,000 square foot rooftop pool and dayclub/nightclub.
Bally's / Paris Las Vegas is a station on the Las Vegas Monorail. The station is an island platform located at Bally's and the Paris Las Vegas hotels. Bally's / Paris Las Vegas Station is located behind the two hotels.Nearby hotelsPlanet HollywoodAria Resort & CasinoVdaraMandarin OrientalVeer TowersThe CrystalsHarmon Hotel
Welcome to Johnny Rockets, the home of all-American food and fun. Opened on June 6, 1986, our restaurant was created with a simple goal in mind: to serve American classics in an exciting atmosphere that invites great times and delivers equally great food. A place where friends and families can relax and escape their everyday routines while enjoying the spirit of yesterday. And a place where dancing servers and twirled straws are welcomed and celebrated.
With over 300 restaurants found everywhere from local neighborhoods to international waters, Johnny Rockets serves 17 million hamburgers, over 8 million shakes and 8 million pounds of American Fries each year. With each bite and every sip, all Johnny Rockets restaurants deliver the same promise—that you’ll get the freshest food possible in one of the most casual and memorable settings imaginable.
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Bourbon Street Hotel and Casino was a small hotel and casino near the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. Opening in 1980 as the Shenandoah Hotel, the property was plagued with licensing and financial difficulties from the start. Ownership changed hands several times, with new proprietors often envisioning major renovations or redevelopment, but none of the plans came to fruition. Finally, in 2005, it was bought by Harrah's Entertainment (now Caesars Entertainment), who closed and demolished it.HistoryShenandoah Hotel (1980-1985)The Shenandoah Hotel began as a $29 million project, named after the Las Vegas estate of minority investor, singer Wayne Newton. The hotel had opened by May 1980, but the casino opening was delayed by a Gaming Commission investigation into hotel president John Harlow Tucker for a 1975 securities fraud conviction. Tucker's license was ultimately denied, and he was ordered to sell his $1.8 million in shares. Newton also pulled out, instead buying The Aladdin. The hotel's landlord, Allarco Holdings of Edmonton, took over, and sought new investors to buy or lease the property, which was losing $500,000 a month.Allarco was acquired in January 1981 by Carma Developers Ltd., a Calgary-based real estate company. Carma spent over two years trying unsuccessfully to sell the Shenandoah, before deciding to seek a gaming license to open the casino itself. Nevada passed a law in June 1985, making it possible for Carma to become the first foreign firm to receive a gaming license in the state. The property was reopened and rebranded as Bourbon Street Hotel and Casino.