Set Current Location
Host to a variety of comedy and musical shows throughout the year, the Jubilee! Theater is best known for putting on one of the longest running topless production shows in town, and one of the best. In the span of 90-minutes, you will be treated to nearly 100 performers wearing more than 1000 costumes during the show. Beautiful showgirls balance oversized headpieces gracefully to the delight of the audience. Dazzling special effects include "The Destruction of the Temple of Samson" and "The Sinking of the Titanic." The Jubilee! Theater is located in Bally's Casino Resort on the Strip. You must be 18 or older to attend. Bally's offer an ultimate backstage tour, where you will get to see how the entire show comes together with a few trade secrets thrown on the side for you.
The Margaritaville Casino opened its doors to guests at The Flamingo Hotel in October of 2011. The splendid facility boasts of an area over 15000 square-feet (1393-square meter) that's replete with top-class gaming equipment and machines. Apart from this, there are professional dealers, entertainment in the form of engaging dance performances that you can enjoy while sipping on some stiff drinks from the bar at 5 O'Clock Somewhere.
Benjamin 'Bugsy' Siegel was a celebrity gangster who is believed to be one of the founding fathers of Sin City, Las Vegas. The gangster had invested tremendous amount of time, money into designing and building the Flamingo Hotel, the first of its kind in Las Vegas. After much fanfare, the hotel and casino opened in December of 1946 and shut down soon after a month, only to reopen in March of 1947, this time able to make a profit. But Bugsy could not live long to see the success of his venture and was soon shot and killed in Beverly Hills by an unknown assailant. Recognizing his contributions, the hotel has forever memorialized him in a simple stone pillar, bearing a plaque with his details that stands behind the resort’s flamingo habitat and waterfalls.
Half-scale versions of the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe rise 50 stories above the Las Vegas Strip, drawing visitors into this resort. Each elegant guest room or suite is decorated in a French Regency style and is both opulent and comfortable. Guests will enjoy Le Boulevard district for their shopping pleasure. The Mandara Spa is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Two attractive wedding chapels are located on site. The hotel is connected to Bally's and MGM via a monorail system.