Aladdin Resort & Casino
In Las Vegas change is inevitable, the genie inside that magic lamp will transform the Aladdin yet again -
this time into the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in the fall 2006. Until then, though, you can indulge
in all that the Aladdin has to offer, including award-winning restaurants, a spectacular spa, a Moroccan-themed shopping mall, 100,000-square-feet of gaming action.
Upstairs, you'll find 2,567 "biggie-sized" guest rooms, featuring marble bathrooms and spacious tubs,
in-room personal computers with high-speed Internet access and cordless, dual-line phones; two sixth-floor
terrace swimming pools overlooking the Strip; and the second-floor Elemis Spa, with 35 private therapy rooms,
six multiple-therapy couples suites, massage, stress relief and detox treatments, and a full-service hair and nail salon, and fitness center.
Downstairs, the casino buzzes with 2,093 slot machines, a 12-table poker room that deals a variety of poker classics -
Omaha, Seven-Card Stud and Texas Hold'em - and 72 table games. There's also a high-limit, European-style gaming salon.
Just off the casino floor lies the striking Desert Passage, the 450,000-square-foot shopping mall featuring 140 retail boutiques,
as well as such restaurants as the Brennan family's Commander's Palace, a Louisiana landmark since 1880 and the festive Cheeseburger
at the Oasis. Other dining options in the hotel include Elements, featuring prime steaks, fresh seafood and wood-fire grill selections;
Tremezzo, an award-winning, reasonably priced Italian eatery with great views of the Strip; and Bonsai Sushi and Sashimi Bar.
You can dance to some of Vegas' best R &B, Top 40 and classic rock bands in Sinbad's Lounge, and a stop should be made at the Curve ultralounge.
The upscale nightclub features multiple dance floors and premium bottle service.
The only piece of the original Aladdin left standing: The historic 7,000-seat Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, which Planet Hollywood also intends to keep
Thirty five acres on the corner of the Las Vegas Strip and Harmon Avenue