Las Vegas Club

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Las Vegas Club
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Location Downtown Las Vegas
Address 18 E Fremont
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Theme Sports
Number of rooms 410 (hotel portion currently closed)
Total gaming space 22,210 sq ft (2,063 m2)
Signature attractions Sports Hall of Fame
Casino type Land-based
Owner Tamares Group
Operating license holder Navegante Group
Coordinates 36°10′19″N 115°08′43″W / 36.17194°N 115.14528°W / 36.17194; -115.14528Coordinates: 36°10′19″N 115°08′43″W / 36.17194°N 115.14528°W / 36.17194; -115.14528

The Las Vegas Club is a casino-hotel located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada owned by the Tamares Group and operated by the Navegante Group, along with the Plaza Hotel & Casino across the street.


The Las Vegas Club installed the first neon sign on a gambling establishment in 1931. It was only the second neon casino sign in the city.[1]

The Las Vegas Club was previously on the south side of Fremont Street, mid-way between Main and 1st. It was right next to the Northern Club which is now La Bayou.[2] In 1949 the Las Vegas Club moved across the street to the site of the Overland Hotel, eventually expanding to it's present location at the corner of Fremont & Main.[3]

On December 6, 2002 ownerJackie Gaughan agreed to sell the Las Vegas Club and three other casinos, including the Plaza and Gold Spike to Barrick Gaming.[4] Barrick was in partnership with Tamares Group.

January 19, 2007 saw the opening of a new poker room.[5] The room has since closed.

In March 2007, Tamares announced that it was considering converting the property into a high-rise condo-hotel. However, there have been no further announcements of such a conversion.[6]

On April 9, 2013, it was announced that the Las Vegas Club will be closing its hotel. The casino will remain open. The possibility of a renovation for the hotel was hinted.[7]


  1. ^ "Neon Lights". Nevada Historical Society. Retrieved 2007-04-03. 
  2. ^ "Las Vegas Club and Northern Club". Retrieved 2015-01-10. 
  3. ^ "Vintage Las Vegas". Retrieved 2015-01-10. 
  4. ^ "SEC Form 8-K". Dec 6, 2002. 
  5. ^ "Birth Of A Poker Room". Retrieved 2007-04-03. 
  6. ^ "Downtown Evolves". Retrieved 2007-04-03. 
  7. ^ Mehaffey, John (9 April 2013). "Two Downtown Las Vegas Hotels Closing". 4Flush. Retrieved 26 June 2013.

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