Golden Nugget

Golden Nugget

Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada
Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino in Laughlin, Nevada
Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey (defunct)


The Golden Nugget Las Vegas is a casino-hotel located in Las Vegas, Nevada on the Fremont Street Experience. The property is owned and operated by Landry's Restaurants.

It is the largest casino in the downtown area, with a total of 1,914 deluxe guest rooms and suites. It has also maintained AAA's Four Diamond rating consecutively from 1977 until 2008, a Nevada record. The Golden Nugget is currently constructing a 500 room, $150 million dollar hotel tower to be completed in 2009, despite the downturn.


The Golden Nugget Laughlin is a casino and hotel located in Laughlin, Nevada and is owned and operated by Landry's Restaurants.

The Golden Nugget Laughlin property is the smallest in Laughlin, with only 300 rooms. It is a tropical themed, three-story hotel. Like many of the Laughlin casinos, it is located on the west side of the Colorado River, with water taxi service from Bullhead City, Arizona. The casino has a race and sports book that is linked to the Las Vegas Golden Nugget's race and sports book, to give bettors up-to-the minute information.


The Golden Nugget Atlantic City was a casino from 1980 to 1987 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. It is currently the Atlantic City Hilton.

It was built in 1980 by a partnership of Golden Nugget Companies and Michael R. Milken for $140 million.

Steve Wynn bought the Strand Motel on Boston Avenue and the Boardwalk for $8.5 million and tore it down. Joel Bergman, who designed Wynn's other resorts, designed it (in 2009 he is working on renovations to it). It was Atlantic City's sixth casino after legalized gambling was passed in 1976. It had 506 rooms and at the time was the second smallest casino in the city. By 1983 it was the city's top earning casino. Its entertainment included Frank Sinatra. Advertisements featured Wynn, including one where he delivered towels to Sinatra.

It was Wynn's first major casino after establishing his reputation with resurrecting the Golden Nugget Casino in Las Vegas. He had high-profile squabbles with state officials, and in 1987 he sold the casino for $440 million to Bally's Entertainment Corporation, which changed the name to Bally's Grand Casino/Hotel. Wynn publicly vowed he would never return Atlantic City although he had hedged his rhetoric with the purchase of an area by the Atlantic City Marina. Wynn left Atlantic City to build the Mirage Casino in Las Vegas that heralded the modern transformation of the Las Vegas Strip.

After the Hilton Hotels Corporation acquired Bally Entertainment, the property was renamed Atlantic City Hilton. In 1998, Hilton Corporation spun off its casino properties into a new company initially called Park Place Entertainment and later renamed Caesars Entertainment. In 2005, Harrah's Entertainment merged with Caesars Entertainment and sold the property to Colony Capital, LLC.
None of the successor casinos enjoyed the success that Wynn had. (Credit: Wikipedia).


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