Located off the strip at 115 East Tropicana Ave, the Hooters Casino Hotel has had a long and colorful history. Originally built as a Howard Johnson in 1973, the hotel was also known as the Paradise, the Polynesian Paradise, the Treasury Hotel, and the Hôtel San Rémo before it became what it is today. In 2005, the property underwent a $190 million upgrade before opening on Super Bowl weekend in 2006 as the South Florida-themed Hooters Casino Hotel.

The hotel now has 696 rooms, including Jacuzzi suites and poolside bungalows. The standard tower rooms and the poolside bungalows feature TV, oversized work desk, ironing board and in-room safe. Prices start at $39, plus a daily resort fee. If booking on their website, you can take advantage of a special Stay, Play & Eat package which includes: $25 Food & Beverage Credit per day, $10 Free Slot Play and $10 Match Play. The poolside rooms at Hooters are in a two story, smoke-free building adjacent to the casino and have sliding glass doors with balcony or pool access. Jacuzzi suites feature king bed, one and a half bathrooms, a living room, and a mini-bar with fridge and a Jacuzzi tub as well as the same amenities as the standard rooms. Call (866) 584-6687 for suite rates.

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A strip-view king room at Hooters.

The 30,000 square-foot Hooters-themed casino offers 370 slot and video poker machines and 22 table games including blackjack, roulette, craps, EZ Pai Gow, three card poker and two live poker games. If you’re looking to play some low-limit blackjack, the casino at Hooters is the place to be as they offer $3 blackjack 24 hours a day, seven days a week! There is also a William Hill Sports Book and, of course, Hooters girls.

If you are planning to spend any time in the casino, you should be sure to join Hooters’ Rewards Club+. Membership is free and you will be able to earn various rewards based on your play. New members can also get up to $500 in free play at sign up!

As for dining, the obvious choice would be the casino’s Hooters Restaurant which Hooters girls serve up their famous wings. The restaurant is open 24/7 and on Wednesdays offers 10 boneless wings with fries and celery for only $9.99. If wings are not your thing, there is also The Saloon which offers all you love about Hooters, the food and the girls, plus gaming! The Saloon also has a large projector screen and plenty of TV’s to watch all of your favorite sports games, plus live entertainment every Friday and Saturday.

Cabana-Laughing-otaGrab some poolside food and drinks.

For entertainment options. Hooters also has a showroom where current headliner and master impressionist, Gordie Brown, performs nightly at 7:30, except Tuesday and Friday.

Hooter Casino Hotel is located at 115 East Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89109. To find out more information or make reservations, visit http://www.hooterscasinohotel.com/ or call (866) 584-6687.

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