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Las Vegas Hilton is now the Las Vegas Hotel or LVH

And finally it is Westgate, hopefully this is the last name change

Please see Las Vegas Hotel (LVH)

Las Vegas Hilton is now the Las Vegas Hotel. In 1969 it opened as the International then in 1971 it became The Las Vegas Hilton and on January 3, 2012 it unveiled its new name The Las Vegas Hotel. Nothing has changed except the name. Most likely it will be known as LVH which is what the locals have called it for years. Elvis made this place famous when He set a record with 839 consecutive sold out shows, during that period He performed 58 straight days.

About the Casino:

Gaming area: 110,000 sq feet

Sports book: Said to be the biggest in the world but now they have moved lots of slots in that area so I don’t think they can count that as part of their sports room. It’s a great sports book. It has stayed up with high tech tv’s and betting boards. This is a great college and NFL football place to be!

This Casino offers the following:

All the popular Slots, Video Poker, Keno machines, Penny slots, Black Jack, 3 card Poker, Let it Ride, Pai Gow poker, Roulette, Craps, Progressive Slots. And some newer games: Single deck Black Jack, Ultimate Texas Hold’em.

High Limit Room: no

Unique to This Casino: A full room of wheel of fortune slots

Smoke Ventilation: Good

Cocktail Service: Good

Restrooms: Large and clean.

Overall Atmosphere: Its almost like they are just giving up. I would think being out of the way like they are they would offer more games but they don’t have much more than a small casino. I have them listed as a Strip Casino and as a near strip casino. If you like the most common games you will like this Casino. The Sports Book is one of the best.

It is highly recommended that you buy a monorail ticket during your stay here. This Hotel/Casino is one of the monorail stops and since it is isolated from the strip you can save lots of money on transportation using the monorail. Check out rates and hours of the Las Vegas Monorail

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