The greatest casinos in Southern Nevada – Laughlin 37 Comments / Gambling News / By Admin A casino by casino tour of the great casinos of Laughlin Nevada where 10 casinos have grown out of a 1940’s gold and silver mining camp in the desert to one of the top gaming spots in the world.
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Laughllin River Lodge’s 5 bars serve food 24 hours a day. ( Bingo and buffet are closed at the moment.
The Colorado Belle is closed now.
Colorado Bell is closed now I heard from a local that it's sinking.
Commercial land across the river is so cheap! $26,000 buys a 50×100 square foot commercial lot with a view of the casinos on the Arizona side in Old Bullhead City, AZ. Unbelievable. And jet ski businesses are looking for room to expand.
Thank you, charming video!
The Aquarius was originally the Flamingo, not the Tropicana.
Wow, it's grown since I'been there. I think last time I was in Laughlin was about 1985. I don't live that far away but just never returned.
Harrah is the armpit o Laughlin tropicana o nugget o don Laughlins r the hi end the belle died Edgewater is ok
The aquarius was the flamingo hilton not the tropicana
If I'm going that far on a trip, I'm going to Las Vegas. I've been through Laughlin. It looks like a real note. However if they had good enticements to get you into their casinos, like Vegas used to years ago. They used to comp your meals or have 1.99 prime rib to get you into the casinos. If you lost at the tables, you'd get free show tickets. They acted like they wanted you to come back. You had a great time whether you won or lost.
Nice jab for Jessica! If she’s as nice as you sound I’d love to meet her when I go?
thanks for the pictures of our truck and motorhome at riverside….
This guy is an idiot. Flamingo was formerly the Aquarius and the Laughlin River Lodge was formerly named the River Palms, not the "Royal Palms". Numbnut.
Laughlin is the best destination and by the way Aquarius was the Flamingo casino not Ramada please give us the right info
I wonder why Vegas wasn't built right on the water like other major cities around the world.
This idiots history lesson was all wrong fucken moron😩🤣
One minor correction… The Colorado Belle is not primarily a gaming location. She boasts nearly 1200 rooms, as the two hotel buildings to the north, are attached to the hotel/casino building themed as a river ship. I'm sad that they have no plans to re-open her. I've never been to Laughlin, but I planned to stay there next year.
No…..the Aquarius was not the Tropicana. It was originally The Flamingo. Get your facts straight. I worked there. Geez.
Its a ghost town now all the casinos are shut down.
Looks nice i would go here Vegas has lots of people this looks relaxing
What the f*ck is this shit all about?
This video is very informative Herb. But i did notice one error. You were giving the history of the Aquarius and I noticed you said that is was called the Tropicana until it was sold. It was also owned by Hilton and was named The Flamingo. They and Harrah's used to have a bus hat brought people from Phoenix and Scottsdale, AZ to the Hotel. They ceased to have that amenity when diesel fuel and gasoline were so high that the company providing the serve discontinued it. The casinos lost my cash when that happened.
The Aquarius used to be the Flamingo.
You forgot the weed store we’re you can buy pot
Quit breathing into the mike. Malarkey
It looks like Vegas use to be. Not the mess Vegas is now.
Aquarius was the Flamingo before
River lodge was the River palms not the Royal palms..and before that it was the Gold river n even earlier Sam's town
Laughin is a best kept secret. It is affordable and more seniors oriented
I love the Sal
we stay at the Golden Nugget
Super well done video…………
30 miles from Laughlin going south on 95 from BHC, AZ is Oatman, AZ which will take you back 100 years and its a old time town with post office that hand cancels all the mail with there trade mark and its a fun place. As for BHC and Laughlin we love are 5 & 10 night stays. Stay at most of them but now Pioneer Club for we take are dogs. Love Laughlin as a second home.
Aquarius was flamingo not Tropicana… I stay n flamingo n 90s they had a bus
We go there at least once a month. We live in Kingman, AZ and go to Bullhead City to shop and then finish up in Laughlin for dinner and to play a bit. SO much better than Vegas for we retired folk
Aquarius was "flamingo Hilton" and the "Tropicana was Ramada express"…but nice video
I thought the Aquarius was previously the Flamingo….
Unfortunately the Pioneer removed all of its table games recently. 😥 really liked playing cards there