This piece features real post card art, real casino chips, a miniature craps table with casino dice, and professional matted back grounds.
Frame: 18" x 15" (with wire installed, hang ready)
Hooters Casino Hotel was built in 1973 opening as a Howard Johnson Hotel. After several ownership changes, it became the Htel San Rmo in 1989 and featured an Italian Riviera ambience. In 2002, the hotel, casino, and restaurants were refurbished. The hotel had 711 rooms while the casino had 30,000 square feet (3,000 m) of space.
On August 17, 2004 Hooters, Inc. announced that they were purchasing the hotel for approximately $74.6 million from the Eastern and Western Hotel Corporation. EW Common, LLC owned by Sukeaki Izumi and Toyoroku Izumi acquired a 1/3rd interest in the hotel as a part of this process. The new ownership announced plans to develop and operate a Hooters brand casino and hotel on the site of the Htel San Rmo. On April 18, 2005 Hooters announced a $190 million upgrade of the property. The upgrade included increasing the casino to 35,000 square feet (3,300 m2) and rebranding the property as a Hooters . All of the hotel rooms would be remodeled, the pool would be tripled in size, and the number of restaurants would be increased from 4 to 8 and include the second largest Hooters restaurant in the world. The renovations would reduce the number of rooms to 696 by converting rooms into larger suites.
On February 2, 2006, the weekend of Super Bowl XL, Hooters Casino Hotel officially opened its doors with a large orange carpet welcoming not only the public but many stars including KISS bass player Gene Simmons. Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino opened Dan Marinos Fine Food and Spirits restaurant on the same day the casino/hotel opened. On January 22, 2007 it was announced that an offer had been made to purchase the Hooters Casino Hotel and its parent company for $95 million. On April 23, 2007, comedian Bobby Slayton began an open ended engagement in the newly created Nite Owl Showroom. Under the Hooters Hotel brand, cash flow has been falling at the property. On March 4, 2008, Hedwigs Las Vegas Top Tier, an investment group purchasing the Hooters Casino Hotel for $225 million, announced that it would spend an additional $130 million to redevelop the property and remove and replace the Hooters theme with a "lifestyle, entertainment-driven boutique hotel".The deal fell through in June 2008 when Hedwigs failed to make a required payment
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