Boardwalk Hotel and Casino


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Boardwalk Hotel and Casino
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The Boardwalk in 2004
Location Paradise, Nevada
Address 3750 South Las Vegas Blvd
Opening date1966 (Holiday Inn)
1989 (Boardwalk)
Closing dateJanuary 9, 2006
ThemeConey Island
No. of rooms653
Total gaming space33,000 sq ft (3,100 m2)
Casino typeLand-based
OwnerMGM Mirage
ArchitectHomer Rissman (Holiday Inn, 1966)
Previous namesHoliday Inn (1966–1985)
Viscount (1985–1989)
Boardwalk (1989–2006)
Renovated in1968, 1985, 1989, 1996
Coordinates36°6′24″N 115°10′27″W / 36.10667°N 115.17417°W / 36.10667; -115.17417Coordinates: 36°6′24″N 115°10′27″W / 36.10667°N 115.17417°W / 36.10667; -115.17417

The Boardwalk Hotel and Casino was a Coney Island-style hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. It was owned and operated by MGM Mirage. It was part of the Holiday Inn hotel chain until it was acquired by MGM in 2000. It was built before the era of the mega-casinos, and with 653 rooms was relatively small compared to many properties in its vicinity.

The Boardwalk was located in between the Bellagio and the Monte Carlo and across from the Paris, Aladdin and MGM Grand.

The hotel's Coney Island theme could be seen in its facade with an original 1906 parachute jump ride and a faux wooden roller coaster. The hotel was composed of three distinct buildings all built at different times. The newest building was the sixteen-story tower built in 1996.

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