Stardust

Stardust has closed its doors to make way for Resorts World.

The Stardust was imploded March 13, 2007 at 2:30am. The Stardust was a popular resort and hotel situated right on the Las Vegas strip. The two towers held 1,500 guest rooms as well as a number of suites.

Rooms at the Stardust Las Vegas had the following amenities:

Central heating and cooling systems
Color TV with basic cable channels
Pay-per-view movies
Telephone
Data port lines for Internet access
Bedside alarm clocks
Electronic door locks
Wall Safes
Valet Cleaning Service
Room service

The following were available upon request:

Non-smoking rooms
Handicapped Accessible Rooms

The reasonably priced suites at the Stardust were a generous 700 square feet. The suites of the West Tower were on the upper floors of the hotel, and gave you great views of the Las Vegas Strip and the mountains just beyond the valley. These suites were furnished with a plush couch with end tables, a chaise lounge, a two chair dining table, a large armoire with a color television, a coffee table, a bureau, a wet bar with refrigerator, and a vanity area with a table and mirror.

The generous bathrooms of the suites of the Stardust Las Vegas each had their own phone, and were fully lined in marble from the floor to the glass enclosed shower to the sink tops. The Deluxe Amenity package came with shampoo and conditioner, bath salts, body lotion, facial moisturizer, soap and a shower cap. Included with a suite were the following basic amenities:

Combination Clock radio and CD player
Iron and Ironing Board
Coffee Maker

If you liked you could choose to stay closer to ground level and book a room at the Stardust Hotel's Villa, which was a two story building containing a fitness center. You could reserve a one-bedroom suite at the villa, and enjoy the tropical foliage that filled your window views with life and also acted as a shield of extra privacy from the pool area.

With the great value enjoyed at the Stardust Hotel, you had more to spend on other more important things. If you were planning to marry during your stay, the Starlight Chapel was a great choice for a Las Vegas wedding chapel. You could choose from one of two tasteful and elegant chapels for your wedding, such as the Stella Bella or the Fiore Bello.

Glass chandeliers, fragrant flower displays and a comfortable medium size made either of these chapels a perfect setting to say your vows.

The Stardust casino was only a short elevator ride from your rooms. 24 hours a day, you could play your favorite games or learn a new one, with free lessons such as Blackjack, 3-Card Poker, Roulette, Craps, Pai Gow, Keno, Baccarat, and Let It Ride. Tournaments and free Membership in the Prime Rewards club added to the fun and value of the Stardust Casino.

9 different dining venues offered you a number of dining options at the Stardust. A steakhouse, sushi bar, coffee and snack bar, as well as a buffet were sure to satisfy every palate. Entertainment changed from week to week, and there were three different venues so you were never bored, with a range of admission prices that reflected a variety. The entertainment could either be free or tickets could set you back as much as the average cost of a moderately priced dinner for two.

You could get some of the best hotel prices on the Las Vegas strip by booking your room online, and for guests 21 and over there was a Nascar Package offered. Checking out of the Stardust Hotel was also a breeze; at the registration desk you could use the Express checkout or you could do it via the Video Check-out in your room.

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