3411 Las Vegas Boulevard SouthLas Vegas, Nevada 89109
|Number of rooms||152|
|Notable restaurant(s)||Outback Steakhouse
Ben & Jerry’s
|Previous name(s)||Nob Hill 1979-1980|
|Casino website||Hotel/casino web site|
Casino Royale is a small casino and motel located on the East side of the Las Vegas Strip, between Harrah’s Las Vegas and The Venetian. The casino caters to low rollers, and features low table minimums for roulette, craps, and blackjack. The casino often employs people handing out coupons inviting people inside and seems to rely heavily on street traffic for their business. The parking lot behind Casino Royale is a little known secret with some of the most convenient and closest parking to the Las Vegas Strip.
Casino Royale is known for its promotional slot play. Timeshare promotions in Las Vegas typically give out Casino Royale slot play, to be used at specific machines. This slot play can be a fun way to gamble for free, but may also become misleading if misrepresented by the person representing the timeshare resort.
The first building on this site was Frank Musso’s Restaurant, located at the time next door to the Sands. It was in business during the 1950’s and 60’s. It later became Joey’s New Yorker Night Club, then the Nob Hill Casino. Nob Hill closed in 1980, and on January 1, 1992 it reopened as Casino Royale. It purchased the adjacent Travelodge and used it as its hotel rooms.
- Hotel/casino web site
- Las Vegas Strip Historical Site