The Luxor Hotel and Casino was built in 1993 for a total of $375 million dollars. The casino has been featured on newspapers and in movies due to its pyramid theme carried completely throughout the hotel. The hotel boasts of 4,400 rooms.
The Riviera Casino is located on the north end of the Las Vegas strip. It is one of the few remaining casinos built in the 1950s that still operates. The Casino was built by a group of investors from Miami and included minority stakes sold to the Marx brothers. The Casino was the first high rise and ninth casino on the strip back in 1955.
The Venetian Resort Hotel and Casino opened its doors on May 3rd, 1999. The casino was built on the site of the Sands Hotel, which was purchased by Sheldon Adelson in 1996, and demolished. From the rubble rose the beautiful $1.5 billion Venetian, one of the most luxurious and expensive resorts in Las Vegas.
Completed in 2005, the Wynn Casino and Hotel is one of the loftiest and most elegant edifices in Las Vegas. Entirely clad in bronze glass, the $2.7 billion casino, 2,716-room casino boasts a magnificent view of the Las Vegas Strip. It has also been chosen as the Forbes five-star winner in the spa, restaurant and hotel classifications.
The Night Owl Showroom at Hooters Hotel in Las Vegas has a mixed bag of entertainment. Music, male revues, magic, and comedy make up the shows. The comedy comes in many forms and never disappoints.