The Orleans

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Orleans Hotel and Casino
The Orleans Hotel and Casino.svg
Address 4500 W. Tropicana Avenue
Las Vegas, Nevada 89103
Opening date December 28, 1996
Theme New Orleans
No. of rooms 1,885
Total gaming space 135,000 sq ft (12,500 m2)
Notable restaurants Canal Street Grille
Koji Sushi Bar and China Bistro
Casino type Land
Owner Boyd Gaming Corporation
Previous names none
Years renovated 1999
Website The Orleans Hotel and Casino

The Orleans Hotel and Casino is a hotel with 1,885 rooms and a 135,000-square-foot (12,500 m2) casino in Paradise, Nevada. Owned by Boyd Gaming Corporation, it includes the large multipurpose Orleans Arena that can be converted into an ice rink. It is a major home for poker in the Las Vegas Valley and was one of the biggest poker rooms in Las Vegas prior to the 21st century poker boom.[citation needed].

Though The Orleans attracts a fair number of tourists, it is primarily considered to be a locals casino. It is located about 0.8 miles (1.3 km) west of the Las Vegas Strip, but offers from 9:00 am to 12:30 am[1] a free shuttle bus approximately every 30 minutes to Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon, which is just across the street from Bally's Las Vegas and Caesars Palace.


The Hotel and Casino opened in 1996. When the casino first opened, it did not perform up to expectations. In 1999 a major addition to the casino and other amenities were added. The success of these changes has been demonstrated by continued expansions in later years.

The Orleans Arena was added in 2003. A second hotel tower was added in 2004.

The location has the notoriety of having hosted the final concert performance from icon stand-up comedian George Carlin, in June 2008.


Besides its casino and arena, The Orleans includes:

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Dancers/illusionists/other celebrities:


  1. ^ Complimentary Shuttle Service Retrieved 29 January 2014

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Coordinates: 36°06′17″N 115°12′06″W / 36.104596°N 115.201607°W / 36.104596; -115.201607