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New Frontier Las Vegas

When the Last Frontier opened in 1942, it was the second hotel to grace the Las Vegas Strip. Though it was demolished in 1966 to make way for the current Frontier (once owned by Howard Hughes), the New Frontier (now owned by Phil Ruffin) still pays tribute to its Western gambling-hall roots.

Mosey on over to the 100,000-square-foot casino where you can hit the craps table, enter a blackjack tournament or play bingo during one of five one-hour daily sessions. The race and sports book features a $1 million video wall as well as individual monitors for your sports-watching pleasure.

Belly up to the bar inside Gilley's Dance Hall, Saloon and Barbecue, where you can chew on Texas-style 'cue and throw back $15 all-you-can-drink draft beer while you watch folks take on the mechanical bull, or each other, in bikini mud wrestling. Phil's Angus is a classic Vegas steak house. Margarita's Cantina serves freshly made tortillas and $2 margaritas.

The 986 standard guest rooms come with one king or two double beds; the 400 deluxe Atrium Suites feature a private bedroom; and the 600, one- and two-bedroom Executive Suites in the Lanai and Frontier towers, at 800-square-feet, feature a dining area and balcony views.


New Frontier Hotel & Casino



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