Las Vegas History Series: Nevada Palace Hotel and Casino

This week, we are going to tell you about the Nevada Palace Hotel and Casino.  It was located at 5255 Boulder Highway. It opened in 1979. The resort made an effort to attract people, who were driving by, to stop in.

With a few hundred rooms, the Nevada Palace had the capacity to accommodate anyone who would want to stop by. The resort had a full service R.V. Park and a parking area for big-wheeled trucks.

On the gaming front, there were over 500 slot machines, approximately a dozen table games, live keno and a sportsbook.  Like many resorts, you could also find steak and seafood at the Nevada Palace at La Bella Steak and Seafood.

Many people know that some things in Las Vegas are open 24 hours. For example, Nevada Palace had a 24-hour coffee shop. The hotel also had a swimming pool and large jacuzzi.

In 2006, the Nevada Palace was purchased by Cannery Casino Resorts.  At that time, they also owned the Rampart Casino and Cannery Casino in Las Vegas.

In February of 2008, the Nevada Palace closed. A rebranding of the casino and hotel then began. Parts of the Nevada Palace were torn down to make way for the new resort. In August of 2008, the Eastside Cannery opened its doors to the public.

Today, the parking lot is where the Nevada Palace was located. The Eastside Cannery has over 300 rooms, 2000 slot machines, 26 table games and a sportsbook.

In 2016, Boyd Gaming purchased the Eastside Cannery. Today, you can stop by and remember the Nevada Palace and enjoy the new resort that is bigger than anything that has ever been there.

Below, you can find our chip collection for sale from the Nevada Palace. You can purchase each chip by clicking the picture:


Nevada Palace $1 Chip 1979            Nevada Palace Roulette Chip 2004


Nevada Palace 25 Cent Chip 1980s    Nevada Palace 25 Cent Chip 1979


Nevada Palace 50 Cent Chip 1979     Nevada Palace 50 Cent Chip 1988


Nevada Palace $1 Chip 1980s                  Nevada Palace $1 Chip 1999


Nevada Palace $1 Chip 1998             Nevada Palace 21st Birthday $1 Chip


Nevada Palace $2.50 Chip 2004            Nevada Palace $2.50 Chip 2005


Nevada Palace $2.50 Chip 1980s        Nevada Palace $2.50 Chip 1998


Nevada Palace $5 1979                            Nevada Palace $5 NCV Chip


Nevada Palace $25 Chip 2004                Nevada Palace $25 Chip 1979

Nevada Palace gaming tables:

New to Spinettis are two casino tables from the Nevada Palace. This includes a 14-foot craps table and a roulette table. We also have a 32-inch roulette wheel sold separately.

You can click on the pictures below to find out more information about the tables and to purchase the roulette wheel. Serious inquires on either the craps or roulette table should email or call us at 702-362-8767. 



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