Closed Hotel

Barbary Coast Hotel and Casino

3595 Las Vegas Blvd. S.(at Flamingo)
Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
702.737.7111 | 888.227.2279
Rooms: 200
Casino Square Feet: 20,000

Babary Coast closed on March 2, 2007 and was renamed Bill’s Gamblin' Hall & Saloon

The instant the Barbary Coast first opened in 1979, it was already on its way toward becoming a favorite Las Vegas destination! With its exquisite Victorian décor, lavish displays of magnificent stained glass and glittering chandeliers, this unique resort remains to this day a first-class, guest-focused property with hospitality, service and an almost forgotten personal touch as hallmarks.

Add to these qualities a bustling casino, 200 beautifully appointed rooms and suites and three of the finest restaurants in Las Vegas, and it’s no wonder that the Barbary Coast continues to attract repeat business from locals and visitors alike year after year. The resort’s location on the northeast side of the world-famous “Four Corners” (the Las Vegas Strip and Flamingo Road) puts it solidly among the prestigious company of such properties as Caesars Palace, the Flamingo Hilton, the Bellagio, Bally’s and Paris Las Vegas.

Inside the casino, players enjoy the city’s most poplar table games including Pai Gow Poker. The excitement of 680 generous slots and video poker machines is complemented by membership in the property’s free “Fun Club,” which allows its member to accumulate bonus points that are redeemable for cash and valuable gifts and prizes.

The Sports Book inside the Barbary Coast is famous for being the original home of the “Ties Win” parlay card, a feature also available at its sister properties, the Gold Coast, Suncoast and The Orleans. The separate Race Book always teams with the excitement of cheering race fans who enjoy betting their favorites while reaping the added benefit of great odds.

No detail has been spared in building comfort and luxury into each of the Barbary Coast’s 200 rooms and suites. Standard amenities, many not found in other first-class Las Vegas resorts, include etched mirrors, textured wallpaper and original paintings. In keeping with the hotel’s Victorian theme, even bathrooms have stained glass windows. Suites carry the elegance found in all accommodations one step further as they all include individual hot tubs!

From world-class dining in its two multi-award-winning gourmet restaurants to its popular 24-hour Victorian Room, the Barbary Coast caters to discriminating diners who appreciate the excellent cuisine and incomparable service. In fact, the property’s two gourmet restaurants, Michael’s and Drai’s On The Strip, were both voted into the Top 5 category of the Zagat Survey of Las Vegas’ Best Restaurants during 2001, an honor that has never been duplicated by any other Las Vegas resort of a similar size.

An adjacent parking garage accommodates both valet parking and up to 500 cars in its self-parking areas. For information and reservations, please call (702) 737-7111 or toll free, 888-227-2279. Or visit the resort’s web site at