Qua Baths & Spa Awards:
*2010 - Spa Finder: Top Ten Best Spa in a Hotel Casino, Best for Interior Design, Best for Luxury, Best for Men
- Casino Player Magazine: Best of Gaming - Las Vegas Strip Spa
- Las Vegas Review Journal: Reader's Choice Award - Best Spa
*2009 - Spa Finder: Top Ten Best Spa in a Hotel Casino, Best for Interior Design, Best for Luxury, Best for Men, Favorite Spa Manager
- Las Vegas Review Journal: Editor's Choice Award - Best Spa
- Spa Mag's Silver Sage Award: Favorite Resort or Hotel Spa
*2008 - Affluent Traveler: Award of Distinction
- Spa Magazine Silver Sage Award: Favorite Resort or Hotel Spa
- Spa Finder: Top Ten Best for Spa in a Casino Hotel, Best for Interior Design
*2007 - Las Vegas Review Journal: Best of Las Vegas
- Affluent Traveler: Award of Distinction
- Spa Finder: Best for Casino Hotel Interior Design, Best for Men
- Spa Mag's Silver Sage Awards: Favorite New Spa
- Conde Nast Traveler: Named to "Hot List"
- Robb Report: Named to Best of the Best
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.