hotel-casino hotel-casino


  1. (n) a business establishment that combines a casino and a hotel
  2. (n) a building that houses both a hotel and a casino



  1. The star: Robert Earl, the waggishly underdog CEO, who hopes that by opening the ultimate outlet in a flashy hotel-casino, he can thwart his detractors and restore his reputation.
  2. The hotel-casino downturn sent ripples across the city that turned into a tsunami.
  3. A few days earlier, he opened the Wynn Macau hotel-casino with a barrage of fireworks and dancing fountains.


  • 'PEEPSHOW' to end 4-year run in September

    The lauded music and dance production PEEPSHOW will end its four-year run at Planet Hollywood hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip on Sept. 1, the show announced Tuesday.
    on July 10, 2013     Source: FOX 5 Las Vegas


  • "The overly broad language hurts nonprofits in Nevada, especially," Reid wrote, citing the state's "long history of community integration with hotel-casino complexes."
    on Mar 20, 2009 By: Harry Reid Source: San Jose Mercury News

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