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Alon Las Vegas Hotel and Casino Resort


Alon Las Vegas Hotel and Casino Resort

Location: Alon 3120 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada

The site of the former New Frontier Hotel, and of the proposed but then never started Plaza. (Note it was originally proposed to be called Elan)

Opening: Unspecified date in 2018

They have an official Facebook page – Alon Facebook

What Was Alon Going to Be?

Owners: Crown Resorts

Size:  3.4 million square feet (34.6 acres)

Rooms: 1,100-room resort

Cost: $8BN project

Theme: Luxury and high end clientele


  • 26 story tower (900 rooms)
  • 17 story VIP tower (188 rooms)
  • 6 bungalows
  • 6 suites called maisonettes
  • 24,285 square foot man made lake
  • 27,800 square feet casino (relatively small in Las Vegas terms)
  • 84,800 square feet convention centre
  • Bars (TBC)
  • Restaurants (TBC but a Japanese restaurant is confirmed)
  • 155,624 square feet of total retail space
  • Black Box Theater (500 guests)
  • Lawn area
  • Both towers have their own swimming pools
  • 56,247 square foot day and night club (A little smaller than Marquee)

Access: VIP vehicle via the north side on Resorts World Drive, Standard  via the southern side on Fashion Show Drive.

Will Alon Las Vegas be Open on time?

An August 2016 completion for the exterior work was proposed, with a 2018 opening date.  Progress seems to be very slow at the moment, and we can’t see the August 2016 date being achieved.  A 2018 opening is still possible, but we wouldn’t want to put money on it. Keep checking back here for the latest updates.

The onlyvegas247 Opinion of Alon

We are desperate for this project to spring into life, and to be part of the renaissance of the North end of the Las Vegas Strip. If both this as Resorts World happen, then this dormant end of the Strip will become a major destination in it’s own right.  It will bring life into SLS, as well as helping Stratosphere and Circus Circus to be once again joined up with the rest of the resorts.  The concept looks interesting if not ground breaking, but is very much in the current vogue of aiming at high end customers whilst down playing gambling elements.  It will act as a nice ying to Resort Worlds yang if they both actually open.


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