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Western Hotel and Casino
Location Las Vegas, NV 89101
Address 899 Fremont Street
Opening date1970
Closing dateJanuary 16, 2012
ThemeWestern
No. of rooms116
Total gaming space8,925 sq ft (829.2 m2)[1]
Casino typeLand-Based
OwnerTony Hsieh
Previous namesWestern Hotel & Bingo Parlor
CoordinatesCoordinates: 36°10′0.5″N115°8′12.4″W / 36.166806°N 115.136778°W

The Western Hotel and Casino was a hotel and casino in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The 8,925 sq ft (829.2 m2)[2] casino was owned by the Barrick Gaming and operated by Navegante and The Tamares Group.

The Western was the lowest rung of Jackie Gaughan'slow-roller casino empire that included the Las Vegas Club, The Plaza, the Gold Spike and El Cortez.

History[edit]

The Western opened in 1970 as the Western Hotel & Bingo Parlor and was owned by Jackie Gaughan and Mel Exber. At its opening, The Western was the world's largest bingo parlor with 1,020 seats.

Jackie Gaughan sold the hotel to Barrick Gaming in March 2004.[3] The plans called for redeveloping the Western Hotel as a Latino destination resort. At the time, the AP said about the property, 'On a stretch of despair that tourists in Las Vegas seldom see, the Western Hotel-Casino stands out as a beacon for the broke and nearly broken'.[4]

In 2005, The Tamares Group acquired total control of the hotel and casino through a lease from Barrick. In 2010 the hotel portion completely closed and redevelopment still remains uncertain to this day.

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On November 15, 2011, the Tamares Group announced that 'due to decreased demand at this location', The Western would close on January 16, 2012. Its future redevelopment is uncertain.[5]

In March 2013, the property was purchased for $14 million by a company affiliated with Tony Hsieh's Downtown Project, a campaign to revitalize the Fremont Street area.[6]

References[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to The Western.
  1. ^'Western Casino - Las Vegas'. Western Casino. Retrieved 2008-03-02.
  2. ^'NEVADA GAMING COMMISSION database of square footage of casinos'(PDF). Retrieved 2008-12-08.
  3. ^'Jackie Gaughan's Four Downtown Las Vegas Hotel-casinos Acquired by Barrick Gaming for $82 million'. March 1, 2004.
  4. ^'Gritty Western Casino Survives in 'Underbelly' of Las Vegas'. 30 June 2004.
  5. ^'Downtown Western Casino closing after 41 years'. November 15, 2011.
  6. ^Eli Segall (March 21, 2013). 'Tony Hsieh's group buys shuttered downtown casino for $14 million'. Vegas Inc. Retrieved 2013-03-21.
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PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — The College Football Playoff semifinal in Texas will be allowed to call itself the Rose Bowl Game, but Pasadena officials don’t want the New Year’s event relocated in the future.

The Pasadena city council agreed Wednesday to allow the Tournament of Roses to move the game to Arlington, Texas, on New Year’s Day. No. 1 Alabama will play fourth-ranked Notre Dame in the first CFP semifinal at AT&T Stadium outside Dallas.

The Tournament of Roses will pay the city $2 million to help Pasadena with its expenses and lost revenue as a result of the game being relocated.

But Pasadena officials said the game “will not relocate again from Pasadena, unless it is forced to due to a national emergency.”

It’s the first time the game won’t be played in Pasadena since World War II. The Rose Parade was canceled.

The state of California twice rejected requests by the Tournament of Roses to allow limited fans in attendance at the 95,000-seat venue. The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated at an alarming rate in Los Angeles County.

Officials in Texas will allow about 16,000 fans to watch the game.

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