The historic Golden Gate Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas first opened its doors in 1906. Vegas has changed exponentially since then, but the Golden Gate Hotel and Casino remains and is flourishing.
The new “Vintage Vegas” package gives hotel guests a unique chance to step back in time to an interesting era. The Golden Gate Hotel and Casino is located at One Fremont Street, across the street from the site of the railroad land auction that originally founded Las Vegas.
This exciting Vegas experience includes hotel accommodations in the property’s recently remodeled rooms or trendy suites. Sip classic cocktails at Bar Prohibition! and also receive tickets to the popular The Mob Museum.
The historic Golden Gate Hotel and Casino has seen it all, from the Prohibition and Roaring 20s to the glamor of The Rat Pack Era and the current glitz of non-stop lights and incredible entertainment.
Leveraging its past and Downtown Las Vegas location, the Golden Gate thrives under the magical lights of the Fremont Street Experience. The hotel features three unique bars for great socializing. It’s authentic and energetic that shouldn’t be missed.
The new “Vintage Vegas” package takes guests back in time with the following:
· One Swanky Joint – You’ll receive accommodations for two people. Upon check-in at the hotel’s lobby, you’ll notice unique artifacts such as Las Vegas’ first telephone plus original guest and gaming records. The hotel’s multi-million dollar upgrade now offers modern day luxury amenities with a twist from the past. The decor includes Victorian era tin ceilings and statement wall papers. You choose between an updated original room or a luxury suite.
Each suite in the new luxury tower features Swing era-inspired pinstriped carpeting; Art Deco accents; and a photograph of an iconic Las Vegas celebrity, many of whom frequented Golden Gate.
· Toast to the Past – Step into Bar Prohibition!, have a seat on a stool and enjoy a craft cocktail. Bar Prohibition! was frequented by Rat Pack members Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin. Try classic drinks from Vintage Cocktail Menu served in discreet coffee mugs. This method was used during the Prohibition period as a way for drinkers to try and hide the alcoholic drink from law enforcement. At 6 p.m., the bar comes alive with beautiful dancing dealers who cover the nearby casino floor.
· The Mob Life – You’ll receive two tickets to visit the The Mob Museum. Learn about another era when the mob ran this desert town. You’ll better understand the Mob’s impact on Las Vegas history and the world. See more than 600 authentic artifacts on display. It’s the largest collection of Mob and related law enforcement memorabilia in one place. View the infamous St. Valentine’s Massacre wall, real FBI wiretap recordings, the barber chair where Gambino crime boss Albert Anastasia was murdered in, plus a wide variety of artifacts owned by famous Mobsters such as Al Capone, Ben “Bugsy” Siegel, Charles “Lucky” Luciano, Sam Giancana, Meyer Lansky, Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal, Moe Dalitz, John Gotti and others.