How to Spend 24 Hours in Las Vegas Without Stepping Foot Inside a Casino

Spending 24-hours in Las Vegas is a dream for some, a nightmare for others. For some visitors, it’s all about hitting the tables, soaking up the sun at the pools, relishing in the comp drinks and enjoying the culinary awesomeness in every casino. But, casinos and everything involved in them, doesn’t rock everyone’s boat the same way.

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Flamingo Las Vegas to Open Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville Casino

The Flamingo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas will soon unveil Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville Casino. The 15,000 square-foot space will offer 22 gaming tables, over 200 slots, and Buffet’s signature “5 O’Clock Somewhere” bar.

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Caesars to Open Non-Gaming Properties in Near Future

Caesars Entertainment Corp. has announced that it will soon develop hotels and restaurants that will not be associated with gaming casinos.

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Stratosphere in Las Vegas Completes $20 Million Upgrade

Las Vegas’ Stratosphere Hotel and Casino has just completed a $20 million upgrade.

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Oldest Hotel & Casino on the Vegas Strip Set to Close May 16

The Sahara, the Las Vegas Strip’s oldest hotel and casino, will close its doors on May 16. Plans to redevelop the property fell through following Vegas’ recent economic downturn.

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