Casino Royale Hotel & Casino

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Best Western Plus Casino Royale
Front façade of casino c. 2007
Location Paradise, Nevada
Address 3411 Las Vegas Boulevard S
Opening date 1964
Closing date 1990-92
Theme European Villa
No. of rooms 152
Total gaming space 17,500 sq ft (1,630 m2)
Notable restaurants Outback Steakhouse
Casino type Land-based
Owner Tom Elardi
Previous names Casino Royale (1964-78)
Nob Hill Casino (1978-90)
Casino Royale Hotel & Casino (1992-2012)
Years renovated 1978, 2009, 2012

The Best Western Plus Casino Royale[1] (formerly known as the Casino Royale[2]) is a casino and small hotel on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The casino caters to low rollers, and features low table minimums for roulette, craps, and blackjack.

The casino until recently offered 100 times odds on craps at all times. Casino Royale now offers 100 times odds only when offering a $5 minimum bet (usually weekends), and offers 20 times odds when offering a $3 minimum bet (usually weekdays). It is known for its promotional slot play. Timeshare promotions in Las Vegas often give out Casino Royale slot play, to be used at specific machines.


The first building on this site was Frank Musso's Restaurant, located next door to the Sands Hotel Casino. Musso's was in business during the 1950s and 60's. Later it became Joey's New Yorker Night Club, then the Nob Hill Casino, closing in 1990. On January 1, 1992 the casino reopened as the Casino Royale. The adjacent Travelodge was purchased and used for hotel rooms.

In the late 1990s Casino Royale had highest odds allowed in craps. The game was a 50 cent minimum bet game,which allowed a player to place 100 times more in the odd bet. It was not uncommon to see 50 cent bets with $25 to $50 odds bets. This was when the rest of the Strip was allowed double to 10 times odds. The Casino Royale was the first casino property on the Las Vegas Strip to install Geoff Hall's Blackjack variant Blackjack Switch. The success of Blackjack Switch at the Casino Royale lead to the game spreading to many other casinos.[3]

In January 2013, the property was rebranded as part of the Best Western hotel chain.[1]

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  3. ^ ThePOGG (27 November 2012). "ThePOGG Interviews – Geoff Hall – The creator of Blackjack Switch". 

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Coordinates: 36°7′14″N 115°10′17″W / 36.12056°N 115.17139°W / 36.12056; -115.17139