The Stardust Hotel is now permanently closed.
The hotel was demolished in 2007. Resorts World Las Vegas now stands in its place.


A legendary Vegas hotel with a legendary Vegas performer

Las Vegas grew up around the Stardust’s 62 tropical and desert acres on the north end of what became known as The Strip. Here, traditional Las Vegas still exists: a larger-than-life entertainer (Wayne Newton),a mahogany-paneled steakhouse, a softly-lit lounge offering musical acts, an elegant casino, and sundecks and pools to restore and refresh after all-night entertainment.


Location: Las Vegas Strip


Amenities at The Stardust Hotel

The tropical-garden pool complex includes two pools—one free-form and the other rectangular for lap swimming. Between them rises a large sandstone structure in a coconut-palm grove. Each side of the massive rock shelters a 10-person spa that’s always open for social soaking.

Insider tip: In addition to assisting commercial travelers with services and cellular phone rentals, the resort’s business center rents digital cameras to vacationers.


Dining at The Stardust Hotel

William B’s Steak House: Polished mahogany, brass, etched glass, and sepia-toned photographs create a turn-of-the-century setting for steaks, chops, seafood, and other dinner fare at this steak house.

Sushi King: This restaurant offers Japanese cuisine, including a sushi bar.

Island Paradise Cafè: Open 24 hours, this café serves everything from snacks to full-course meals, including Chinese lunch and dinner specialties.

Tony Roma’s: Barbecued ribs, chicken, steaks, and other grilled items are offered at this chain restaurant.

Coco Palms: The Coco Palms serves up breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets.


Entertainment at The Stardust Hotel

“Mr. Las Vegas” himself, Wayne Newton, performs in his own theater at the Stardust 40 weeks a year. The Starlight Lounge features live musical entertainment through the night.

Big-band dance concerts are held throughout the year in the Stardust Ballroom, featuring the music of Ray Anthony, Les Brown, Glenn Miller, Russ Morgan, Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Guy Lombardo, Benny Goodman, and Woody Herman.

Stardust Pavilion plays host to concerts, boxing matches, and, in December, the National Finals Rodeo.

The casino supplies 85,000 square feet of poker, slots, video poker, blackjack, craps, roulette, pai gow poker, Caribbean poker, keno, baccarat, and mini-baccarat. The casino includes Carousel One, a secluded high-limit lounge. Stardust Race and Sports Book establishes an early line that’s followed across the country.

Stardust Player’s Club offers free membership cards that reward table-game and slot players with comp rooms, meals, and shows.


Rooms at The Stardust Hotel

This hotel offers 1,552 rooms in two- and nine-story wings and a 32-story tower. Rooms are decorated with warm gold tones and dark wood furnishings, including armoires, dining tables, and vanities. Amenities include pay movies, climate control, and in-room safes.

Tower Room
One king or two queen beds in a 32-story tower. Warm color scheme and dark wood furnishings. Armoire, table and two chairs, vanity. Amenities include pay movies, climate control, in-room safe.


Stardust Hotel
3000 Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV  89109
Hotel Details:
Check-in time: 3 p.m.

Check-out time: 11 a.m.

Policies: Children 12 and under stay free with an adult. The maximum total number of guests (adults and children) in a room is four.

Number of rooms: 1,500.

Casino: Yes, 80,000 square feet. Casino games include Craps, Blackjack, Roulette, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Caribbean Stud Poker, Baccarat, Keno lounge, 1,589 slot, keno and video poker machines, Mini-Baccarat, Let It Ride, Megabucks and 1-cent slots. The casino has a poker room.

Race & sports book: Yes, a 300-seat race and sports book, equipped with 97 televisions and six big screens.

Restaurants: The Stardust has the following dining options: Tony Roma’s, William B’s, Island Paradise Cafe, Coco Palms, Sushi King, Short Stop Snack Bar, Swensen’s, Euro-Express and Java Coast.

Attractions: Small video arcade.
Entertainment: Entertainment includes Magic of Rick Thomas, Hypnolarious, Hypnolarious XXX – Hypnosis Gone Wild and visiting headliners.

Pool: Yes, two pools, the Terrace (75,000 gallons) and the Villa (100,000 gallons), and two Jacuzzis situated among landscaped waterfalls.

Health Club: Yes.

Spa: No.

Shops: Marshall Rousso’s, Welcome to Las Vegas gift shop, Desert Star, Country Jewelers, Stardust Play Ball, Stardust Leather, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, FedEx.

Wedding Chapel: Yes, the Starlight Chapel offers a number of wedding ceremony packages.

Parking Garage: No, but free parking in lot and valet parking available.

Convention rooms: Yes, a 7,500-square-foot pre-function and reception area and a Conference Center that can be divided up into three separate ballrooms, the largest of the three is the 25,000-square-foot Stardust Ballroom.

Business Center: Yes. Full-service business center including copying, faxing, equipment rental, computer use, custom desktop publishing, courier service and more.

In-room computer data port: Yes.

Wheelchair accessible rooms: Yes.

RV park: No.

Minimum age to reserve a room: 21 years.

Child-care facilities: No.

Pets allowed: No.

Room service: Yes.

Shuttle Service to the airport: Shuttle service to and from the airport available for a fee from an outside company.

Shuttle Service to the Strip: A shuttle runs every half-hour between the Stardust and Sam’s Town from 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.

Standard room amenities: Air conditioning, desk, electronic door locks, hair dryer (upon request), in-room safe, alarm clock radio, remote-controlled cable TV, pay-per-view movies, telephone.

Hotel amenities: Access to Las Vegas Sports Club, Annee of Paris Beauty Salon, Stardust Barber Shop, laundry, luggage and maid service, concierge, currency exchange, wake-up calls.
 
Interesting facts about the Stardust: The sports book is one of the most well-known in Las Vegas and offers a library where serious sports bettors can do their research. In front of the hotel, a series of small fountains project a stream of water from one spot in a leapfrog motion.

Incidental charges: The Stardust requires a credit card or a cash deposit for incidental charges.