When are the planning to implode the Imperial Palace within Las Vegas?
It's be said that Harrah's wants to implode the Imperial Palace, along next to Harrah's and the Flamingo and build one giant casino/resort using all that space. Seems to be a long passageway of for now since Flamingo is currently below renovation.
it is going to become expensive to go to vegas very soon. leave the cheezy cheap casinos for us not so illustrious rollers lol! hopefully downtown will remain the same
This is a intensely good site to find out whats going on beside the hotels/casinos in Las Vegas. I check it every so recurrently.
There are no current plans for that at the moment
There are no plans to implode Imperial Palace any time soon. It was orginally supposed to close at the lapse of this year/start of next but that have been put stale, with adjectives the problems behind the scene in Harrahs relating to takeover etc.
The next big casino that will def run is the Frontier, closing in July and implosion due contained by December or January
they are imploding IP? damn.. i always park near to go to Carnival Court. its right subsequent door, and unlike harrah's they don't close it off to public on weekends.
I havn't hear that it was going down, but its squeezed within between the others so closely it seems approaching it will be quite an ordeal when they do. thats too unpromising.
I didn't know they be planning to. It was still showing up within the search over the weekend when I be taking a preliminary look at vacation packages for the middle of the summer.
It's not being imploded any time soon.
The IP wont be going anywhere soon until Harrahs can get the LBO losing them and see where they stand from a debt standpoint. They will be saddle with a serious amount of debt so they will enjoy to address that before any noble plans for their strip frontage get done. There is a exceedingly real possibility that the IP may not even be contained by the cards for HET as it and the Rio seem to be the most possible candidates for public sale when the LBO is complete and they need currency.