A legendary 1950s-era landmark that still shines on Fremont Street.
This vibrant and intimate hotel-casino justifiably describes itself as just the right mix of old-time Vegas atmosphere and contemporary games and cuisine. The club's early success with a 1985-built, 200-room hotel (now called the South Tower) eventually led to the construction of the more modern, 210-room North Tower in 1996. The South Tower was refurbished in 2000, while the North Tower's MVP rooms have been given extra amenities such as hair dryers and mini-refrigerators. The casino level's peaceful and elegant Tinoco's Kitchen is a dinner and bar destination for locals and visitors alike. Las Vegas Club guests are welcome to wander across Main Street to use the Plaza's rooftop pool and fitness center, and to park their cars in its oversized lot.