Binion's Hotel Information
Rooms: 81 rooms and suites.
Casino: Yes, over 20 tables games and more than 800 slots/video poker machines.
Race & Sportsbook: Yes, William Hill Race & Sports Book.
Poker room: Temporarily closed.
Dining: Three restaurants a deli and a coffee-shop plus many options to choose from on Fremont Street.
Attractions: Fremont Street Experience.
Nightlife: 2 bars/lounges plus many options on Fremont Street.
Shopping: Yes, many options on Fremont Street.
Pool: Yes, located on the 25th floor.
Spa: No.
Fitness center: Yes, located on the 25th floor.
Wedding chapel: No, but wedding planning services and packages are available.
Convention center: Yes, multiple venues for special event.
Internet: Yes, high-speed wireless internet access in all rooms.
Business services: No.
Accessible rooms: Yes.
Check in: 4 p.m.
Check out: 12 p.m.
Resort fees: No Resort Fee.
Incidental deposit: $100 at check-in.
Pets: Not allowed.
Parking: Self parking is available for $5 per day for hotel guests. Non-hotel guests $20 per day.
About: The Hotel Apache was originally opened by the Silvagni family in 1932. The family came to Las Vegas as a cement contractor for the Hoover Dam project and realized the workers needed a place to get away from their work and the heat of the desert. It was the first in Las Vegas to air-condition its hotel lobby and have air curtains at the entrance to the hotel. The hotel was eventually acquired by Benny Binion and was the place to stay for many Hollywood movie stars like Clark Gable, Humphrey Bogart and Lucille Ball. It was also the first in Las Vegas with an electrically operated elevator, fully carpeted casino and made poker a mainstream casino game.