Located at the far north end of the Las Vegas Strip, this Hotel must prove it has a lot to offer. The 415 million dollar make over of the former Sahara Hotel is complete. The new look really took little to nothing from the original building. This Hotel is definitely a boutique hotel but the gaming is like most other modern casinos. The location is further away from the main hot spots that most People want to visit but it is on the monorail line so that makes everything closer. Being one block north of the Riviera and Circus Circus, You really have to want to go here, it will not happen by mistake. The only major Hotel further north is the Stratosphere
There is no mistaking Who this Hotel is trying to get for customers. The night life and the boutique decor is set for the younger crowd, possibly stealing away from The Cosmopolitan and The Cromwell. The casino is 60,000 square feet, more in the quaint category like The Cromwell and You will see that the focus is definitely gaming. Shows, Dining and Clubbing will be the focus of this Hotel.
The Day and Night clubs here will be competing with the best on the Las Vegas Strip and this place is sure to be happening during it's first year as did most new properties. If You want to be where it is hip, this is it.
With more shows to choose from than any other City in the World, You might feel overwhelmed deciding on one. But if You narrow Your preference to a category, You can make Your decision much easier. If Your interest is in a Cirque du soleil show, why browse through the Comedy and Adult shows? If You want to see Britney or Mariah or JLo just browse the Concerts and headliners.
Don't like huge theaters and big crowds? Choose an afternoon Show for a much lower price.
A Dinner and Show combo is a great value and saves time to do other things that day.