CASINO HOTEL ARCHITECTURE OF THE DESERT
The Excalibur is a medieval themed hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip and was named for the sword of King Arthur. Designed by architect Veldon Simpson, it opened in 1990 as the worlds largest hotel.
The green Emerald City MGM Grand is the largest hotel resort complex in the United States of America and opened in december 1993 on Las Vegas Boulevard. The Wizard of Oz themed building was designed by architect Veldon Simpson.
The pyramid-shaped Luxor 1992 by architect Veldon Simpson with the xenon sky beam was the home of the performance shows Blue Man Group, magic Criss Angel and Cirque du Soleil.
Magic vulcano fountain in front of The Mirage a
Polynesian-themed hotel and casino resort which
was home to the famous Siegfried & Roy show.
Designed by Joel Bergman it opened in 1989.
The adult playground Stardust Casino with the
best poker room staff of 2002 in Las Vegas.
When the hotel opened on July 2nd 1958 it had
the largest swimming pool in Nevada.
The Roman empire themed Caesars Palace was showcasing boxing championships, performing arist and magician show at it's entertainment venue Colosseum. Construction of the first of six hotel towers started in 1962.
On the site of the old Sands Hotel now The Venetian
resort and casino 1997 designed by KlingStubbins
inspired by the historic palazzos and piazzas of Venice.
The Paris opened September 1 st 1999 to capture the spirit of the legendary city of Paris, France, and includes an Eiffel Tower and other replicas of landmarks like le Arc de Triomphe, the Opera House, the Louvre and Place de la Concorde fountain.
The Lady Liberty replica in front of the New York, New York is the second copy of a work by french engineer Gustave Eiffel in Las Vegas. Designed in 1994 by architect Neal Gaskin.
The Boardwalk Casino is located in the heart of the Strip and features an authentic Ferris Wheel and a replica of the famous Coney Island Cyclone Roller Coaster.