The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on January 6, 1985 · 434
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 434

Los Angeles, California
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Sunday, January 6, 1985
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RESORT AND ENTERTAINMENT BARGAIN OF THE WORLD i) o o mo o ooooooono fKiiioo Special Advertising Supplement 'Winning streak' 1984 was another Very good' year for Las Vegas Las Vegas appears to be approaching the end of a "very good" year, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has reported. Specific figures outlining the economic improvements in a number of areas will not be available until late January, but the tourist group is counting on a number of successes: The Consumer Electronics Show last January attracted a record 91,000 delegates. The Comdex Show in November drew the largest convention gathering in the city's history. Spinoff trade from the Los Angeles Summer Olympics brought in 360,000 Olympic visitors and an extra $138 million to the local economy. The Las Vegas Convention Center celebrated its 25th anniversary. The center has held in its history 7,000 conventions, attracted 8.5 million delegates and generated $3.1 billion in revenue, excluding gaming. Las Vegas was recognized as the country's second-fastest-growing market and it was estimated that the current population of 509,000 will double by 1995. Motion picture and television productions are promising to appropriate about $20 million locally for film shoots. A new water-theme family park was announced and is expected to open in 1985. Eastern Airlines and Capitol Air began direct flights between Las Vegas and New York. Preparations began to cele price Includes roundtrip via HwCfr. and 3 days2 nights hotel ' incl. room tax.' mid-week departures . . . weekends slightly higher For information call (213) 388-1138 MILE HI -tours TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT jl j'IqI 1111 I RA Your weekends are precious, so use this invaluable source I 'of ideas on where to go and what to do. Thursdays, in the HOlirSi Times View section. PAGE 58SUNDAY, JANUARY 6, 1985 brate two significant histories: the Hoover Dam turns 50 in August, 1985, and Las Vegas will celebrate its 80th birthday in May, 1985. Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport continued its billion-dollar expansion. There was one notable setback in 1984 the much publicized spring labor strike. The short-term effects of the strike, however, may have been elim In LasVfegas... Come Home to Alexis Rark! Sp Enjoy all the great things Las Vegas has myn3 m: ffT, J t0 offer- from tne cas,nos t0 tne showily SJ aX i rooms, but after you've seen it all - k XSf WP4 come home to Alexis Park. Landmark HaciendaSundance Imperial Palace Sahara Riviera StardustFrontier Flamingo Hilton MGM Grand $ 79 $ 81 $ 88 $ 89 $ 95 $ 97 $102 $105 Desert Inn $152 MITTTII iTTTT TTTT inated, the authority believes, by convention activities and other special events. "It's my guess," said Frank Sain, the authority's executive director, "that year-end figures will reflect a major turning point in our efforts to merchandise Las Vegas. The results, in real dollars, are already there. These are uplifting and positive times for Las Vegas." Imagine Palm Springs in the heart of Las Vegas. 500 exquisite 2 and 3 room suites with every possible amenity. 3 pools with spas. 2 restaurants. 24 hour room service, in-room bars, tennis courts and more - all surrounded by lush greenery, flowing streams and waterfalls. Located just minutes from the Strip and Airport. 375 East Harmon Toll Free: 1-800-235-1001 or (702) 796-3300 & ALEXIS PARK C DtSOHT HOTEL- iASVtGATj FREE CHIPS ON YOUR FIRST NITE NON-NEGOTIABLE m u m m w .a ' ' r per person double occupancy Sun. thru Thurs. Arrivals Subject ifI v$r in v ri,l,1TJ1,II.IU-jlriM11-M'M-MTI EXPERIENCE THE REAL LAS VEGAS Our Continental offer available Sunday thru Thursday, slightly higher on weekends and nonaays, suDect to avaiiaDiuty. inoi vana for groups, conventions or special promotions. Reservation required. Must be 21 years of age. Limited number of specially priced rooms available. Offer Subject to Change. toI -800-634-6641 Hotel Continental W AND CASINO 4100 PARADISE RD. (PARADISE AT FLAMINGO) Comedian Gallagher stars in the Copa Room of the Sands Hotel & Casino now through Tuesday. Gallagher presents wry and insightful observations on society, and his outrageous "Sledge-O-Matic" routine is known to viewers of "The Tonight Show" and his cable television specials. INCLUDES Room accommodations for 2 nights. Special Gourmet Dinner in Don the Beachcomber's. 1 Lavish Buffet, your choice of breakfast, lunch or dinner. 1 Cocktail in the Sahara Bar of your choice. Complimentary Fun Spree including discounts on food. All taxes & gratuities features, including bellmen. to Availability CALENDARLOS ANGELES TIMES

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