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The Flamingo Las Vegas comprises a bright and busy gaming area, which hosts table games like Blackjack and Caribbean Stud. Both high-stakes players and the casual gamer will feel at home. The deluxe guest rooms and luxury suites are tastefully decorated in bright, vibrant colors. The accommodations are dispersed among six towers with views of The Strip or courtyards below. Dining choices at the hotel range from simple to sophisticated. Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville offers up a taste of the Caribbean as well as their signature "Cheeseburger in Paradise" and Paradise Garden Buffet features fabulous food with an equally fabulous view. Guests will also enjoy the lush (and free!) Wildlife Habitat.
Bugsy Siegel once owned a piece of El Cortez Hotel Casino before building the Flamingo Hotel on the Strip. This structure retains much of its original look and atmosphere from the early 1940s. While the atmosphere and charm are original the guest rooms are thoroughly modern and comfortable. Since the Fremont Street Experience was built, this hotel is in a very good location, just a short block from the entrance. The casino is the longest running in all of Las Vegas and features all the classic slots and table games.
One of the most enduring hotels on Fremont Street, Fremont Hotel Casino opened in 1956, and at the time was the tallest building in Nevada. It now features a unique rooftop swimming pool and many great restaurants, including the Paradise Buffet and the Second Street Grill. The nostalgic feel of the Las Vegas past permeates throughout this fine hotel. For excellent gaming opportunities, the bright casino is filled with every table game imaginable and slot machines galore. Rates are based on occupancy level and may fluctuate. The recently renovated guest rooms sport a new look, furnished in a comfortably classic style of rich woods and soft colors.
Golden Nugget Hotel Casino has a totally new look and you will like it. The lobby is adorned with Tivoli lights, lush palms, gleaming white granite floors, and columns. The luxurious guest rooms and suites are beautifully decorated, giving a comfortable feel. Each room offers a view of the mountains, the pool (complete with a waterslide through a shark tank,) or the Fremont Street Experience. Fine restaurants located in the hotel include The Buffet, Grotto Ristorante, and Lillie's Asian Cuisine. The full-service spa is a real treat after a long day and offers separate facilities for men and women.
Step into the past, and enjoy a pleasant stay near the Fremont Street Experience. Among the memorabilia on display are Teddy Roosevelt's Pullman car and a piece of the Berlin Wall. Rooms are decorated with wood trim and wooden doors, which adds a luxurious feel to the decor. Some of the fine restaurants include the Triple 7 Brew Pub serving oysters on the half shell, and the award-winning Garden Court Buffet. The casino is packed with slots, sports book, keno and table games.