Fee frenzy: The South Point is the latest hotel to start charging resort fees

Fee frenzy: The South Point is the latest hotel to start charging resort fees

Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall to reopen as Gansevoort Las Vegas

Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall to reopen as Gansevoort Las Vegas



What can $40,000 get you in Vegas? A really nice private villa with butler service. 
Worth the price?
http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/oct/15/strip-villa-rents-40000-night-includes-private-gla/

What can $40,000 get you in Vegas? A really nice private villa with butler service. 

Worth the price?

http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/oct/15/strip-villa-rents-40000-night-includes-private-gla/


Nobu suites that redefine room service go on sale today at Caesars Palace.
Suite rates range from $700 to $4,000 per night. Are the amenities worth the price? 
Read more: http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/oct/01/luxury-suites-celebrity-chef-room-service-go-sale-/

Nobu suites that redefine room service go on sale today at Caesars Palace.

Suite rates range from $700 to $4,000 per night. Are the amenities worth the price? 

Read more: http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/oct/01/luxury-suites-celebrity-chef-room-service-go-sale-/


The Sahara – one of the oldest hotel-casinos on the Las Vegas Strip – closed less than a year ago. Now we know a little bit more about what is in store for the famous landmark.
Debt rating agency Moody’s Investors Service in New York issued a report that confirmed the redeveloped property would be called ”SLS Las Vegas” and that hotelier Sam Nazarian was hoping to reopen it in the second quarter of 2014 — if he can raise $415 million from lenders and investors to help finance what’s being billed as a $744 million project.
Click here for more on Nazarian’s plans, or here for more on the old Sahara.
(Photo by Leila Navidi / Las Vegas Sun)

The Sahara – one of the oldest hotel-casinos on the Las Vegas Strip – closed less than a year ago. Now we know a little bit more about what is in store for the famous landmark.

Debt rating agency Moody’s Investors Service in New York issued a report that confirmed the redeveloped property would be called ”SLS Las Vegas” and that hotelier Sam Nazarian was hoping to reopen it in the second quarter of 2014 — if he can raise $415 million from lenders and investors to help finance what’s being billed as a $744 million project.

Click here for more on Nazarian’s plans, or here for more on the old Sahara.

(Photo by Leila Navidi / Las Vegas Sun)