Sahara Las Vegas SLS Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
Das Sahara Las Vegas ist ein Hotel und ein Casino am Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. Als Sahara Hotel und Casino hatte es Zimmer und ein ca. Ab 30€ (1̶1̶5̶€̶) bei Tripadvisor: Hotel SAHARA Las Vegas, Las Vegas. Bewertungen, authentische Reisefotos und günstige Angebote für. Bewertungen, Hotelbilder & TOP Angebote: Sahara Las Vegas (88% Weiterempfehlung) ✓Bestpreis-Garantie ✓Preisvergleich ➤ Urlaub buchen bei. Das SAHARA Las Vegas verfügt über weitläufige, saisonale Außenpools, Gourmetrestaurants sowie ein Spa- und Wellnesscenter. Dieses Hotel mit 4 Sternen mit Wellnessangebot bietet Ihnen einen angenehmen Aufenthalt in Las Vegas. Freuen Sie sich auf kostenloses WLAN, kostenlose.
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Half the casinos on the strip you can't even find a server to get a drink, at the Sahara they are constantly coming around. Employees are friendly.
Everything is quick and convenient. Pool area is great. Drinks are reasonably priced. Monorail is right outside hotel door.
Doesn't take you 20 minutes to walk to the monorail. I love the Sahara. It's fantastic! Can't wait until I can come back again. Date of stay: September Value.
Our team is committed to providing a great experience to all our guests. We are pleased you enjoyed your stay with us!
Thank you again Carolyn for your feedback and we look forward to welcoming you back soon. Madelynswan wrote a review Jul Saint Paul, Minnesota 1 contribution.
Beyond expected. The text line for questions came in handy! So clean and beautiful. Staff was very helpful. Uno mas was absolutely delicious.
There were some hooligans smoking weed on our floor but the staff the hotel and the extras like the pool and the text line really made our stay fantastic.
Review collected in partnership with this hotel. Date of stay: July Value. Sleep Quality. Raiderdv23 wrote a review Jul San Bernardino, California 1 contribution.
Great stay! I enjoyed my stay! The staff is friendly, nice, and helpful! Next time I come to Vegas I will be staying here again!
Thank you! The only thing that was wrong with the room is that it could have been more clean but other than that it was a great stay!
Katie K wrote a review Jul San Diego, California 1 contribution 1 helpful vote. One of the worst hotel experiences.
I thought based on the reviews that this would be a cool place to stay. We had been traveling on a road trip for a week and decided to break up our drive back home by staying overnight in Vegas.
I had never stayed at the Sahara before but had heard of it. I understand due to COVID there are a lot of different measures in place to ensure safety of guests, however, I was shocked to see how many people were staying at this hotel during our one night there.
The line for the elevator was extremely long due to the limit of four people at a time in an elevator which wasn't followed by some guests.
When we called for cups and an ice bucket, it took almost an hour to receive and they forgot to bring the ice bucket the first time around.
We decided to stay in our room the rest of the night instead of exploring due to the amount of people and long wait times for the elevator. Upon our departure, we waited 20 minutes to catch an elevator to check out, and being that we were on the 19th floor, every single elevator that opened had 4 or more people in it, so we had no choice but to carry our suitcases and bags down 19 floors in the stairwell.
It is the middle of summer might I add, so it was very hot. The other guests waiting with us had to do the same.
When we got down finally to check out, the line was so long I couldn't even speak to someone to discuss my stay.
I had called the night before as I noticed a promotion on Facebook and Instagram of no resort fees through the end of August.
I was charged resort fees upon my check in, so I called the front desk while we were in our room and they said they would honor the promotion and refund my card upon check out.
Since I couldn't speak to anyone there, I called them once I got home and the person I spoke with said they actually would not honor it because I didn't book directly through their website.
The person I spoke with previously mentioned that, but was going to honor it anyways. The gentleman I spoke with refused to do so and gave me many reasons as to why they would not.
In the end, I would not recommend staying here. The management is poor, customer service needs help and they are in the business to make money, not care about their guests.
The elevator lines should not be that long, they should not be selling that many rooms during this time so that could be better managed, but its apparent they aren't concerned.
I am disappointed and regretful that we stayed here and will not be returning for any future trips. Date of stay: July Location.
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See all properties. Is This Your Tripadvisor Listing? Claim Your Listing. Boyd had previously operated a bingo game for Winter in Oregon.
Boyd invested in the Sahara to become an owner and partner. Jacobson, helped arrange financing for construction,   which was handled by Del E.
Webb Construction Company. Outside, the only depiction of the theme consisted of fake camels and Arabian people. The interior included statues of Arab guards.
The Sahara was located on 20 acres 8. Each room included a patio or balcony. The Sahara included the first Olympic-size swimming pool in Las Vegas, and would become the first hotel to host hydroplane races on Lake Mead.
It later became known as the Sahara Invitational. Upon realizing that the resort needed more rooms, Prell hired Del Webb in to build additional units.
Originally known as the Sahara Oasis Motel, the addition contained rooms. It consisted of seven interconnected buildings, one of which connected to the main resort through an air-conditioned walkway.
The addition marked Stern's first project in Las Vegas. The tower was designed by Stern, and construction was handled by Del E. Aside from the tower, other new features included a coffee shop with seating for people, and a person convention hall,  located on the resort's north side.
It was the tallest building in Nevada at the time. The project would also include a parking garage along the Las Vegas Strip. Webb Corporation completed a purchase of the Sahara later in , by acquiring shares in its corporate owner, the Sahara-Nevada Corporation.
Because large corporations have many shareholders, this essentially prevented such companies from operating casinos in Nevada.
Del Webb devised a plan to work around this issue by operating as a landlord, meaning its shareholders would not need to undergo investigations.
Jacobson, Prell and Winter owned Consolidated Casino Corporation, and Prell and Winter were also retained to serve, respectively, as chairman of the board and president of Sahara-Nevada Corporation.
It would add rooms, for a total of 1, The restaurant was modeled after the real House of Lords in the United Kingdom. By October , construction on the new tower had reached its 17th floor.
Beldon Katleman, owner of the former El Rancho Vegas across the street, objected to the proposal, stating that the road should be renamed after his hotel-casino property.
These facilities included the Caravan Room coffee shop and a 1,seat convention hall. Don the Beachcomber and the House of Lords were also part of the three-story addition.
The story hotel addition, eventually known as the Alexandria Tower,   was opened in May , with Nevada governor Grant Sawyer attending the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The participant had one minute to push as much money as possible out through an opening in the booth, and that person would get to keep the ejected money.
Johnson stayed at the hotel in October A work crew had been on the roof installing a sprinkler system, and the fire was believed to have been caused by a smoldering rag.
Firefighters put it out with thousands of gallons of water, which soaked through the main casino area's ceiling and also flooded the main showroom.
Approximately workmen began repairs immediately following the fire, and most of the affected facilities reopened the day after. Full repair work was expected to take 30 days.
In May , three men were arrested after planting a homemade bomb in a Sahara hotel room on the 12th floor, part of a failed extortion attempt.
The note also warned that bombs had been placed in two other hotels owned by Del Webb. Seven hotels in three states were evacuated, but no other bombs were found.
In July , a fire started on the roof of the casino building, prompting the evacuation of hundreds of people. A crew had been working on a rooftop air conditioning unit, and the fire was believed to have started from a spark created by welding equipment.
The fire was stopped before it could damage a new casino addition, which had been in operation for several months and was located north of the main casino.
The hotel portion was also unaffected by the fire, and its guests were not evacuated. Most of the affected facilities were expected to be quickly repaired and reopened the next day after the fire.
In July , a fire started in a third-floor hotel room and smoke poured through the upper floors, prompting the evacuation of more than guests.
The cause of the fire was considered suspicious. Revenue declined at the Sahara following the opening of several large resorts nearby, including Caesars Palace in , the International Hotel in , and the MGM Grand in But its contributions to Las Vegas shifted as the years went by.
By the early s it was getting to be old. One problem is that it just didn't have the money to keep up with the times.
In , a new, larger keno facility was opened to replace the original. A renovation was concluded by The project would include the addition of a story hotel tower with rooms.
At the time, the Sahara had rooms. The expansion was scheduled for completion in A pedestrian bridge was also built over Paradise Road, allowing for direct access to the Sahara.
In , Del Webb had a new sign installed in front of the resort. The sign was created by YESCO and measured approximately feet in height, making it the world's tallest free-standing sign.
A foundation had been set for the new tower, but construction was halted in , because of financial problems,  as Del Webb and the Sahara struggled during the early s recession.
In , Del Webb announced that it would have to sell the Sahara to reduce its debt. Paul W. In July , following a two-week investigation by the Nevada Gaming Control Board, a Sahara blackjack dealer and seven card players were indicted for taking part in a cheating scheme at the casino.
As Lowden assumed ownership, the dealers considered striking against him to protest the firing of longtime employees. They also wanted contract discussions to take place between Teamsters and Lowden.
Shortly after taking over, Lowden, a born-again Christian, arranged for the hotel to host a convention of born-again Christians that would include speakers, singers, and teachers.
A long-running production show, Bottoms Up , would be removed. Lowden considered the Sahara overstaffed and intended to make the resort more cost-efficient.
He also disliked the way some of the employees behaved: "I don't like to see the dealers leaning on the tables when no one is playing. There doesn't have to be regimentation, but they will stand up straight.
The pit bosses won't be drinking coffee on the job. It's a firm but fair approach. Lowden believed that the resort could no longer attract high rollers, and he instead focused on middle rollers.
He also expanded the Sahara Space Center to attract mid-sized conventions and more business meetings. He also moved the hotel lobby to the south entrance, allowing hotel guests to skip walking through the casino.
This design had previously been implemented at competitors such as Caesars Palace. In January , Lowden announced the formation of Sahara Casino Partners, a master limited partnership.
A portion of the interest in Sahara Casino Partners would be sold through an initial public offering to pay off debt and resume construction of the third hotel tower.
The proposed hotel addition would bring the Sahara to 1, rooms, helping it compete with other major resorts in Las Vegas.
This brought the Sahara up to 2, rooms. We would have had to do something very expensive and we chose not to. The agreement included the Wet 'n Wild water park located south of the resort.
Bennett hired Joel Bergman to redesign the Sahara. His complete remodel featured a Moroccan theme throughout the resort. The prominent theming was in line with other new resorts on the Las Vegas Strip.
Part of the renovation would include additional casino space and a new sportsbook. Two new restaurants would also be added, along with a new buffet.
The renovation was funded entirely by Bennett and his company. The second phase was intended to add 1, rooms, for a total of more than 3, As part of the renovation work, the resort's main entrance was relocated from the north side of the property to a new southwest entrance on the Las Vegas Strip.
Chandeliers were placed throughout the resort. Fountains and palm trees surrounded the hotel's circular entryway. A seven-story parking garage with 2, spaces was added as well,  replacing the motel addition.
The demolition of the Sahara's old motel buildings reduced the room count from 2, to approximately 1, In January , the resort opened its new Sahara Buffet, which had been relocated to the second floor for views of Sahara Avenue and the nearby Stratosphere tower.
The new buffet was part of the ongoing renovation work,  and it occupied the site previously used for the Sahara Space Center.
Part of the project included the new Sahara Steak House, which opened in December , as the renovations were nearing completion.
However, these plans were put on hold later that year as there was also a preliminary idea for a parking garage to be built on the land, for the upcoming Las Vegas Monorail.
In October , plans were approved for a roller coaster that would be built inside the Sahara, with a height of feet. The following year, the design plans changed so that the roller coaster would be located outside, with a new height of feet.
The showroom was relocated to the second floor. It was designed and built by Premier Rides. The Sahara began appealing to middle-class customers under Bennett's ownership,  offering dollar specials to stay competitive against newer resorts.
A modest celebration was held in October , marking the resort's 50th anniversary. The attempted eviction was in response to alleged breaches in its lease regarding maintenance.
The current management has become very hostile. They just want to see if they can grab the money.
The cafe remained under Dyer's ownership. The opening of the Las Vegas Monorail increased visitation to the Sahara. Nazarian considered the Sahara ideal because of its proximity to the Las Vegas Convention Center, the planned Echelon Place resort, and several new high-rise condominiums.
SBE and Stockbridge completed their purchase on August 1, Nazarian had plans to renovate and redesign the Sahara. Hotel employees received new uniforms and the landscaping was also improved.
Mini-baccarat was added to attract an Asian clientele, and casino specials were added to lure more local residents to the property.
Revenue improved following the changes, and there were plans for a complete renovation of the resort. The companies intended to keep much of the historic hotel intact rather than demolish it, although there was the possibility of a name change.
The plans would include the demolition of the original Tunis Tower, the renovation of the two newer high-rise towers, and the addition of a new tower measuring feet in height.
The plans were scheduled for completion in ,   but construction never began due to the Great Recession ,  which negatively impacted the Sahara and the northern Las Vegas Strip.
In , the Sahara designated a portion of its casino space as "Locals Lane," part of an effort to appeal to local residents. Slot machines in this area gave higher payouts, and a separate slot club redemption center was also set up for locals.
In addition, the slot club provided such customers with discounts on hotel rooms, restaurants, and shows. The Tangiers Tower remained open.
On March 11, , it was announced that the Sahara would close in two months. The Sahara had 1, employees who would be affected by the closure. Hotel customers with reservations following the planned closing date would also be transferred to MGM Resorts' properties.
At the time of the closing announcement, Nazarian, the CEO of SBE, said, "We are working with our partners to assess a variety of options for the property, including a complete renovation and repositioning.
While no final decisions have been made at this point, the continued operation of the aging Sahara was no longer economically viable.
I like change. It's fun to look back, but this might be a chance for the Sahara to move forward. Speed — The Ride closed on May 1, It was the largest liquidation sale in Las Vegas history.
Items that did not sell were donated. In September , plans to redevelop the Sahara were accelerated, as SBE and Stockbridge announced the purchase of the resort's mortgage debt.
Later in , the Clark County Commission approved renovation plans for the resort. The project's financing plan would include investors through the EB-5 program.
Nazarian said the Sahara hotel towers would be "stripped down to their skeletons" to allow for renovation work.
I'm making it smaller and more personal, though, so the experience is more manicured. Bigger isn't better. Reid defended his action, stating that the project otherwise could have lost funding, resulting in the loss of future jobs.
Construction progressed ahead of schedule, prompting a new opening date of August 23, The campaign honored the original Sahara through photographs taken during the s, alongside modern images of the SLS.
Historical photos were also featured inside the SLS. Stockbridge received state approval to operate the casino two days prior to the scheduled opening.
Stockbridge would operate it through a subsidiary known as SB Gaming. The Nevada Gaming Commission requested that Nazarian and SBE not have any involvement in the casino operation until his license investigation was concluded, a process that was expected to take up to five months.
Stockbridge owned 90 percent of the resort, while SBE owned the remainder. Thousands of local residents arrived for the midnight opening,   which was celebrated with performances by Iggy Azalea , Rita Ora , and Lenny Kravitz.
A fireworks display also marked the celebration. The SLS also sought to attract between 35 and 40 percent of its business through local residents, a demographic that generally did not venture to the Las Vegas Strip.
The Sahara's original entrance for the Las Vegas Monorail was demolished and rebuilt for easier access from the casino.
Little remained of the earlier Sahara resort, aside from the exterior shell of its buildings. The rooms in the Story tower featured a basic design with gray walls and exposed concrete ceilings.
Nazarian had the casino floor redesigned for a darker appearance resembling a nightclub, with a high ceiling and exposed ductwork.
In contrast to the Sahara casino, the number of slot machines in the SLS was reduced to allow more table games. The updated SLS floor plan had gaming throughout the property, including table games in one of the nightclubs and in a restaurant's lounge area.
Prior to its opening, observers were concerned that the SLS did not have enough of a focus on its casino portion. The Cosmopolitan, also a modern resort with a limited focus on gaming, had lost money since its opening in However, gaming was no longer a primary source of revenue for most casino resorts in Las Vegas.
Life had capacity for 1, people,  and included three bars, 70 VIP tables, DJ music, and a rooftop pool smaller than the one at Foxtail.
It doubled as a live music venue. It marked the first time that Fred Segal opened a location outside of southern California.
A foot-tall abstract statue, known as Sam by Starck , was designed by Starck and placed in front of the SLS, as a homage to Nazarian.
The statue, resembling a silver starfish, was compared by some observers to the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man and the Pillsbury Doughboy.
A foot metal duck statue, also by Starck, was added to the hotel's pool area. The SLS opening was followed by the winter season, typically a weaker business period for Las Vegas resorts.
A reduction in staffing was common for Las Vegas Strip casinos shortly after opening, as business is difficult to predict prior to that point.
The number of layoffs was low for a Las Vegas resort. It was temporarily closed for the season in November , with an expected reopening the next year.
In December , during a hearing with the Nevada Gaming Control Board, Nazarian admitted to drug use earlier in the year. The board had concerns about this and also questioned Nazarian's handling of an extortionist who received money from Nazarian to leave him alone.
The board was concerned that Nazarian could be easily manipulated, but ultimately recommended him for a limited gaming license.
Although Nazarian was no longer involved in operations, state law still required that he be licensed, as he owned more than five percent of the resort.
A few days after Nazarian's departure, the Nevada Gaming Commission held a hearing in regard to his licensing. Although the commission intended to deny him, Nazarian apologized for his past actions and convinced the commission to grant him a one-year limited gaming license.
Because of the prior concerns regarding Nazarian, there were several conditions relating to his license, including random drug testing and no involvement in casino operations.
Although the Griddle Cafe was popular among customers, its owner chose to close it in January , to focus on new locations.
The restaurant was renamed as Northside Cafe the following month. The family stated that the image infringed on Martin's right of publicity , and legal action was threatened if the SLS did not either remove the carpet image or pay the fee.
The SLS filed a lawsuit against Martin's family and sought a declaratory judgment that the carpeting was not infringement. The SLS experienced revenue losses during the first half of Kreeger estimated that a complete turnaround at the resort could take 18 to 24 months as adjustments were made.
Kreeger said that local customers were not interested in the high-priced clothing at the Fred Segal stores, and tourists from southern California already have such stores to shop at, leading to the closure of the SLS locations.
In October , it was announced that Nazarian would sell his percent interest to Stockbridge, which would pay a licensing fee to SBE to continue using the SLS name.
Stockbridge stated that the deal would be more cost-efficient and would give greater flexibility to open new restaurants at the resort. Nazarian also considered the deal beneficial.
That month, Stockbridge announced a partnership with Starwood , which would take over the room Lux tower and reopen it in under the name W Las Vegas.
Starwood's W chain was considered a luxury brand, and the new project was expected to increase revenue by attracting a more upscale demographic.
In addition, the two SLS towers would be added to Starwood's Tribute Portfolio, a chain of independent four-star hotels that would allow it to take advantage of Starwood's reservation platform and member benefits.
It would mark the first W hotel in Las Vegas after several previous attempts to build one, including a failed project near the Las Vegas Strip.
The Life nightclub reopened as a live music venue, The Foundry, in February Musical acts were handled by Live Nation Entertainment.
W Las Vegas had been scheduled to open in September , but this was delayed when Starwood was acquired by Marriott International that month. W Las Vegas ultimately opened on December 1, , becoming the city's latest hotel-within-a-hotel after others such as Delano Las Vegas.
It included its own entrance at the rear of the SLS. They had previously worked as executives for the Aliante hotel-casino in North Las Vegas.
The sale was initially expected to be finalized later that year,   although continued price negotiations between Meruelo and Stockbridge pushed back the completion of the purchase.
The "SLS" name was not popular among gamblers, and there were rumors that the resort would revert to its "Sahara" name once Meruelo took over ownership.
Such departures were common during an ownership transition. The investors had yet to receive a green card through the program, and they alleged that the resort had never made a profit.
Meruelo negotiated with the investors regarding their loan money, which was due back in and The union subsequently called for a state investigation into Meruelo's impending purchase of the SLS Las Vegas, citing concerns about his suitability to own and operate the resort.
The union also cited objections from the EB-5 investors regarding the proposed sale. Meruelo considered the Hispanic clientele in Las Vegas underserved, and stated that it would be among the target demographics for the resort under his ownership.
At the time, the SLS had a total of 1, rooms. The Story tower was updated to remove its basic design in favor of a more conventional appearance, as most guests did not like the earlier design.
Meruelo held an enormous ceremony involving fireworks and a light show on June 27, to announce an upcoming name change to Sahara Las Vegas, as part of the ongoing renovation.
The process to replace the SLS branding, including exterior signage, was expected to conclude in September or October , at which point the resort would be marketed under the Sahara name.
On the night of August 27, , the Sam by Starck statue was removed during a ceremony and subsequently disposed, as part of the Sahara rebranding.
The ceremony began with flames that were set off at the base of the statue, followed by a fireworks show. A crane subsequently tore the statue down.
Palm trees are expected to take the place of the former statue. The resort became Sahara Las Vegas on August 29, ,  and renovations were expected to continue into Hobson said, "You might see some camels in artwork around the property, but nothing in terms of a theme.
There will be reference to the original Sahara era that reflects what we want for the modern era. There's some nostalgia, but we are defining it for today.
A poker room opened in February , as part of the renovation project. Poker had been absent from the casino for nearly a decade, and many Las Vegas casinos had shut their poker rooms in recent years due to a decline in popularity.
In , Sahara owner Milton Prell booked transgender woman Christine Jorgensen to sing at the Sahara, without hearing her first. Prell learned prior to her two-week gig that she could not sing well, and he canceled her performances by claiming that he did not know about her transgender status.
I won't give them a man dressed in women's clothing. I bought a 'she. In , Abbott and Costello appeared together for the last time on the Sahara stage before their permanent breakup.
In early , The Amazing Johnathan hosted a magic act at the Sahara during a five-week period. Resort owner Bill Bennett gave Wyrick full control over the design of the new theater, which had seating for people.
The Amazing Johnathan opened another magic show at the Sahara in He left two years later to focus on television production,   and was replaced by comedian Roseanne Barr.
Blanc de Blanc , a cabaret -style variety show, debuted at The Foundry in August ,   and ended in November after a poor financial performance.
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The New York Times. Associated Press. January 16, Archived from the original on September 17,SAHARA Las Vegas im Detail. Aufgrund seiner bequemen Lage in Las Vegas (NV) ist das SLS Las Vegas, A Tribute Portfolio Resort die perfekte. Vergleiche Preise und finde das beste Angebot für SAHARA Las Vegas in Las Vegas (Nevada) auf KAYAK. Jetzt ab 21 €. SAHARA Las Vegas. 4 Sterne. Hotel mit 4 Sternen und mit Wellnessbereich - SLS Las Vegas Casino (0,1 km). Während Ihres Aufenthalts können Sie SLS Las Vegas Casino innerhalb weniger Gehminuten erreichen. Kostenloses WLAN in den öffentlichen Bereichen.