Sahara Casino Las Vegas Reopens as SLS Las Vegas
In 2011 the famous Sahara casino in Las Vegas, once host to Frank Sinatra and the Beatles, closed. However, it has now been reopened as the SLS Las Vegas, which stands for style luxury and service, and it is certainly living up to its name.The casino’s makeover costs $415 million and it is now packed with top quality options for gaming, dinning and accommodation. The resort has over 1,600 guest rooms and suites and a casino floor which is almost 60,000 square feet.
Over 800 of the latest slot and video poker machines are available as well as more than 70 classic table games. There is also a race and sports book which is operated by William Hill.
Furthermore, there is a special High Limit Salon for those seeking high-stakes action.
In addition to luxury accommodation the SLS Las Vegas has a top quality spa, two swimming pools, a fitness centre and a beauty salon. There is a huge range of dining options with 9 different restaurants to suite every taste.
To celebrate its reopening the SLS Las Vegas is currently offering up to 25% off per night so be sure to book soon and experience this historical casino.