Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino

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Westgate Resort & Casino Las Vegas
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The Westgate Resort & Casino
Location United StatesUnited States Las Vegas
opening 1969 as The International Hotel
theme Las Vegas
room 3261
Casino area 6,900 m²
Shows Prince Tribute Show, Elvis Museum, Elvis Suite Tours.
Restaurants The Buffet, Benihana, Sids Cafe, Superbook Deli, Andiamo
owner Westgate Resorts
Website https://www.westgatelasvegasresort.com

The Westgate Resort & Casino (formerly The International Hotel, Las Vegas Hilton & formerly LVH-Las Vegas Hotel & Casino) is a casino and hotel in Las Vegas and is located on the north of the Las Vegas Strip . It is operated by Westgate Resorts. The Westgate has 2956 rooms and 305 suites. Next to the hotel complex there is a 19,000 m² congress center. The Las Vegas Monorail stops at the hotel. The hotel is mentioned exclusively at the end of the film " Over the Top (from 1987) ". This hotel is also the setting in the 1971 Bond film Diamonds Are Forever starring Sean Connery . On February 10, 1981, there was a fire in the hotel in which 8 people were killed.

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Coordinates: 36 ° 8 ′ 8 ″  N , 115 ° 9 ′ 9 ″  W.