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167 East Wears Valley Road Suite #17 (Shops of Pigeon Forge) Pigeon Forge, TN 37863

 

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Partial List of Las Vegas Strip Hotels

 

 

Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel - 3555 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 3,642 rooms - Opened in 1946 - The Pink Flamingo Hotel & Casino.

 

Riviera Hotel and Casino - 2901 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,100 rooms - Opened April 20, 1955.

 

Tropicana Hotel - 3801 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 1,800 rooms - Opened April 4, 1957.

 

Caesars Palace - 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 3,348 rooms - Opened August 5, 1966.

 

Circus Circus - 2880 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 3,770 rooms - Opened October 18, 1968.

 

Bally's - 3645 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,814 rooms - Opened in 1986.

 

Harrah's - 3475 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,616 rooms - Opened in 1973.

 

Casino Royale - 3411 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 152 rooms - Opened in 1979 as Nob Hill and in 1992 became Casino Royale.

 

Bill's Gamblin' Hall - 3595 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 200 rooms - opened in 1979 as Barbary Coast March 1, 2007 became Bill's Gamblin Hall and Saloon.

 

Imperial Palace - 3535 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,700 rooms - Opened in 1980 and was called the Flamingo Capri.

 

The Mirage - 3400 Las Vegas Boulevard South 3049 rooms - Opened November 22, 1989.

 

Excalibur - 3850 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 4,032 rooms - Opened June 19, 1990.

 

Treasure Island (TI) - 3300 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,885 rooms - Opened October 27, 1993 and was called Treasure Island at The Mirage Circa. In 2000 it bacame Treasure Island.

 

MGM Grand - 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 5,044 rooms - Opened December 18, 1993.

 

Luxor Las Vegas - 3900 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 4,407 rooms - Opened October 15, 1993.

 

Stratosphere Las Vegas - 2000 Las Vegas Boulevard - 2,427 rooms - Opened April 30, 1996.

 

Monte Carlo - 3770 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 3,002 rooms - Opened June 21, 1996.

 

New York-New York - 3790 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,024 rooms - Opened January 3, 1997.

 

Bellagio - 3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 3,000 rooms - Opened October 15, 1998.

 

Mandalay Bay - 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 3,700 rooms - Opened March 2, 1999.

 

Four Seasons - 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 424 rooms Opened 1999 - Top four floors of Mandalay Bay's main building.

 

The Venetian - 3355 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 4,049 rooms - Opened May 3, 1999.

 

Paris - 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,916 rooms - Opened September 1, 1999.

 

Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino - 3667 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,567 rooms - Opened in 1963 as Tally-Ho, in 1964 King's Crown Hotel, in 1998 The Aladdin which was demolished and the new Aladdin opened on August 18, 2000. April 16, 2007 became Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.

 

THEhotel - 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 1,117 rooms - Opened in 2004. On November 17, 2005 THEhotel changed its marquee signage to set it apart from the Mandalay Bay hotel.

 

Wynn - 3131 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,716 rooms - Opened April 28, 2005.

 

The Palazzo - 3325 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 3,068 rooms - Opened January 17, 2008.

 

Encore - 3121 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,034 rooms - Opened December 22, 2008.

 

Vdara - 3780 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 1,495 rooms - Opened December 1, 2009.

 

Mandarin Oriental - 3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 392 rooms - Opened December 5, 2009.

 

Aria - 3730 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 4,004 rooms - Opened December 16, 2009.

 

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas - 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 2,995 rooms - Opened December 15, 2010.

 

The Harmon - 3720 Las Vegas Boulevard South - 400 rooms - Unsure of the opening since they are not sure if it is structurally safe enough to withstand an earthquake.

 

 

 

We do hope that this partial list of Hotels will help you decide where you want to stay in Las Vegas.

 

 

After visiting Las Vegas, come out to the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Take in all the sites around Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. Be sure to catch a few shows too including Brian Hoffman's Remembering Red - A Tribute to Red Skelton.

 

 

"Goodnight now and may God bless"

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