UPDATE: Stardust IMPLOSION 2:30 am PST, 3/13/07 Las Vegas, NV
Stardust hotel Las Vegas stops reservations after November 1, 2006 to make way for Echelon Place real estate.
$4 billion Echelon Place Las Vegas, developed by Boyd Gaming, will rise from the rubble of early next year.
Previously, Boyd Gaming said it would accept reservations into December, now November 1, is the stop date.
Stardust neighbors are marketing themselves actively to Boyd Gaming customers in light of the development of the 5,300-room Echelon Place Las Vegas, although they are hesitant to discuss their promotional efforts publicly.
The Riviera and Circus Circus, as well as the Sahara and Stratosphere Hotel Las Vegas clustered at the north end of the Strip, are all offering Las Vegas hotel room rates of less than $100 a night in November.
Rooms booked on the Internet at Wynn Las Vegas and The Venetian Hotel Las Vegas, by comparison, average more than $350 a night, and no rooms are available in November at less than $250.
The Stardust Hotel Las Vegas must be closed to make way for commercial real estate Echelon Place Las Vegas, resort and hotel, and should be closed quickly.
Source: LV Review Journal
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Echelon Place Las Vegas takes over Stardust Hotel Las Vegas real estate.