Hotel and casino in Las Vegas (1955-1993)
|Dunes Hotel and Casino|
The Dunes Hotel and Oasis Casino in 1983, seen from Flamingo Road, ten years before closure and implosion
|Address||3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South|
|Opening date||May 23, 1955|
|Closing date||January 26, 1993 (January 26, 1993)|
|No. of rooms||1,300|
|Permanent shows||Casino de Paris|
|Signature attractions||Dunes Golf Course|
|Notable restaurants||The Sultans Table, Dome of the Sea, Top O' the Strip|
|Owner||Masao Nangaku (1987–1992) |
Mirage Resorts (1992–1993) 
|Architect||John Replogle, Robert Dorr Jr., Milton Schwartz, Maxwell Starkman|
|Renovated in||1961, 1964, 1971, 1979, 1983, 1985|
The Dunes Hotel was a hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, that operated from May 23, 1955 to January 26, 1993. Designed by architects John Replogle, Robert Dorr Jr., Milton Schwartz and Maxwell Starkman, it was the tenth resort to open on the Strip. Bellagio now stands on the former grounds. The Dunes golf course is now occupied by parts of Park MGM, New York-New York, CityCenter, Cosmopolitan, and T-Mobile Arena (home of the Vegas Golden Knights).
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