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Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, previously known as Tally Ho, King’s Crown, and Aladdin Resort & Casino, is a casino resort on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.
Planet Hollywood is owned by Caesars Entertainment. In April 2010, Total Rewards replaced the “A-List” Player rewards card at Planet Hollywood.
Planet Hollywood’s architecture can best be described as having a ‘Hollywood hip’ theme. It eschews the popular Art-Deco glamour of similarly imaged venues for a sleeker look that features plenty of glass, neon and reflective surfaces.
The resort features a three-acre casino floor full of traditional gambling machines like slots, table games and The Playing Field Race and Sports Book. This features 33 plasma screens, two jumbo screens and a section for VIP. Planet Hollywood is the first Las Vegas resort to offer table games dealt by young ladies in “chic lingerie”. The Pleasure Pit is a section of the table games where this happens with go-go dancers entertaining the gamblers at the side.
The Mezzanine can be accessed by taking an escalator in the casino or the elevator. Here, guests can relax on comfy chairs overlooking the casino. The space was designed to be quieter than the main areas of the casino, where guests come to lounge and smoke.
The Planet Hollywood showroom is located on the mezzanine. It features several different live shows. Beginning in December 2013, the venue is home for Britney Spears’ residency show, Britney: Piece Of Me. Spears will perform 50 shows per year, in 2014 and 2015. She is reportedly earning $15 million per year, making her the highest paid Vegas act (per show). The first show began on the 27th of December 2013 and was well received by fans and critics. The residency was later extended through 2017.
“The Spa by Mandara” is located on this floor. Two fine dining restaurants, KOI and Strip House, are present here, across from the wedding chapel.
In December 2009, PH Towers by Westgate opened at Planet Hollywood. The 52-story building, owned by Westgate Resorts and operated by Planet Hollywood, featured 1,200 suites to be used as timeshares and hotel rooms, including 40 luxury penthouse units.
In November 2011, Resort Finance America, a subsidiary of Centerbridge Partners, acquired a controlling interest in the tower, took over operations, and began rebranding it as a Hilton Grand Vacations resort. The following March 2012, the property was renamed Elara, a Hilton Grand Vacations Hotel. – Wikipedia
Learn more about Planet Hollywood Resort at www.caesars.com/planet-hollywood
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