The Stardust Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas closed on November 1, 2006! The Stardust will be replaced by the new $4 billion Echelon Place. The new development will be the second largest on the Las Vegas Strip!

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Stardust Las Vegas, 3000 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, Nevada.  Stardust Closed Nov. 1, 2006

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NOTE: The Stardust closed its doors permanently Nov. 1, 2006 to make way for the new "Echelon Place" which is scheduled to open in 2010. The new resort development will have 4 hotels (5,300 rooms), shopping, two theaters, a massive convention area and 140,000 square feet of casino space.


The Stardust opened its doors in July of 1958. At the time it set the standard for hotels and was one of the largest in the world. The resort became famous for its mobbed past. In the 1995 movie "Casino," Robert DeNiro played the finely tailored Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal, who ran the hotel casino in the mid-1970's.


The Stardust will be imploded early 2007.





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The Stardust Hotel was closed permanently November 1, 2006 to make way for the New Echelon Place.




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