Las Vegas is a city which is still evolving. Every year there are a plenty of new hotels, restaurants, clubs and casinos. For some it is part of a great success story but for some… dreams finish in debris. Some gamblers win and most of them lose. Some hotels are now shinier than ever before and other are being demolished. But Las Vegas Club isn’t just one of the hotels. It is THE hotel.
Las Vegas Club opened its doors in 1930. If you had seen my photos, you probably do realise that the neon sign is really huge. But what you probably don’t know is the fact that it was historically the very second neon casino sign in Las Vegas. Las Vegas Club moved to another part of Fremont Street in 1949 and stayed there ever since.
In April 2013 Las Vegas Club closed its hotel tower which left only the casino open. At midnight on 19th of August 2015, Las Vegas Club shut its doors completely. During this year is Las Vegas Club being demolished and during my visit in October there was not much left except the wall with the famous neon sign. I hope we will be able to see it in the Las Vegas Neon Museum in near future. And for those curious about my photos - images were taken from the room located in new tower of the Golden Nugget Hotel.
Farewell Las Vegas Club.