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Hacienda Hotel Resort and Casino

Hacienda Hotel Resort and Casino
Hacienda Hotel Resort and Casino
Hacienda Hotel Resort and Casino
Hacienda Hotel Resort and Casino
Hacienda Hotel Resort and Casino
Hacienda Hotel Resort and Casino
In 1957, the Hacienda operated an airline with flights from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The Civil Aeronautics Board discontinued the flights on July 10, 1962.
Hacienda Sign
The sign is currently located at the intersection of South Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street.
Westward Ho
Little Church of the West was located at the Hacienda from 1978 to 1996. "Little Church of the West, 1995" by Roadsidepictures is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0.
Hacienda
Aerial photograph of the Hacienda (Las Vegas), circa 1957. Single Item Accessions Photo Collection. UNLV Libraries Special Collections & Archives. Original cropped by The Historic Las Vegas Project.
Hacienda Skyhawk
On December 4, 1958, Bob Timm and John Cook departed McCarran Field and set an endurance record. They stayed in the air for 64 days, 22 hours, 19 minutes, and five seconds. The Hacienda Skyhawk is currently located at Harry Reid International Airport.

Opened on October 17, 1956.

First tower built in 1980.

Second tower built in 1990.

Closed on December 10, 1996.

Imploded in 1996.

Theme: Mexican.

Architect: Homer A. Rissman

Hacienda Hotel Resort and Casino associated with: Warren "Doc" Bayley, Frank Rosenthal, Allen Glick.

Proposed casino resort on the land: Lady Luck, Project Paradise, Southstar.

The land currently occupies: Mandalay Bay.

Was located on an All-American Road (2000) and a Nevada Scenic Byway (1995).

Was located at 3950 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Paradise, Nevada.