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Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel

Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel

Binion's Horseshoe
"Las Vegas,Nevada.USA." by Roman Eugeniusz is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0.

Binion's Horseshoe

Horseshoe Club

Apache Hotel

S.S. Rex

Western Casino

Binion Garage
This is the first multilevel parking garage in Nevada. It was built in 1962.

Apache Hotel

Apache Casino

Apache Hotel
Apache hotel is the first Las Vegas building with an elevator.

The Mint Las Vegas
The Mint opened in 1957 and closed in 1988. The still existing Mint tower opened in 1965. The Mint was purchased and became part of Binion's Horseshoe in 1988. The "former" Mint hotel tower closed in 2009. The casino portion still operates as Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel.

Mint Tower

Top of Binion's Steakhouse
Became Top of Binion's Steakhouse in 1988. Previously known as Top of the Mint.

The Mint Garage
Photograph of the parking garage of the Mint (Las Vegas), after 1969. Del Webb Corporation Collection. UNLV Libraries Special Collections & Archives.

Binion Garage

Bird Cage Casino
The Bird Cage Casino (1958-1959) became part of the Mint.

Horseshoe Sign
The sign is located near the intersection of North Las Vegas Boulevard and East Washington Avenue.

Horseshoe World Series of Poker
Binion's Horseshoe hosted the World Series of Poker from 1970 to 2005.

Horseshoe Million Dollars
"ONE MILLION DOLLARS in actual cash! - one hundred $10,000 bills - on display in giant horseshoe at Joe W. Brown's Horseshoe Club in Dowtown Las Vegas, Nevada." (Back of postcard). While Benny Binion was serving a prison sentence in the 1950s, the casino was renamed Joe W. Brown's Horseshoe. When Binion regained control of the casino, Joe W. Brown's name was removed from the title.

Opened in 1932 as the Apache Casino (1932-1941) and Apache Hotel (1932-1958). The casino became New Western Casino (early 1940s), S.S. Rex (mid 1940s), and Eldorado Club (late 1940s). Became Binion's Horseshoe on August 14, 1951. The Apache Hotel was acquired in the late 1950s. The casino was renamed Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel in 2004. The hotel closed in 2009. The Apache Hotel reopened in 2019.

Theme: Vintage Las Vegas.

Binion's Horseshoe associated with: Benny Binion (1990), Joe W. Brown, Jack Binion (2004), Phil Satre (2003), Gary Loveman (2013).

The Mint associated with: Sam Boyd (1991), Del Webb (2000), Bill Bennett (1990), Thomas Young, Sr. (1998).

Boulder Club associated with: Jackie Gaughan (1990), Thomas Young, Sr. (1998).

S.S. Rex associated with: Tony Cornero.

Fifth oldest casino in the Las Vegas Valley.

Part of the land previously occupied: Boulder Club.

Located in Clark's Las Vegas Townsite (Block 15).

Located at 128 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Denotes American Gaming Association Hall of Fame year of induction.