The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on March 6, 1988 · 389
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 389

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Sunday, March 6, 1988
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I ,' , A 0 V E 8 T I S I N S SPECIAL 1Tu P P L E M E N T LWS V EG AS mw I $95 I t F Person P Nijkt Double OccupancT Jill, i top litiui it". s 'Hi 305 CONVENTION CENTER DRIVE . LAS VEGAS, NEVADA 89109 n JiaDaaQaaaall l!: U i1 I S13G5 $10 PER PERSON PER NIGHT 'Kxii?tiin.aairi' iiinrmisfiniin 05 snail n w fliMrmi' -.tsfiDRfflDteBJiani! Double occupancy. Sunday thru Thursday only, subject to nm availability. Individuals only, not gixxl tor pcrwins attending meetings or conventions. One tree Bonus Bxk per person per stay. Otter is subject to cancellation without notice. T T5!t Tijuat! iff"'; . Ta 1 mwm Desert Inn is part of select hotel group The Desert Inn will celebrate its 10th annversary this year as a member of Preferred Hotels Worldwide. The hotel is the only property in Nevada that belongs to the resort group. Preferred Hotels is an association of 70 fine hotels and resorts around the world, including such inns as the Quail Lodge in Carmel, Calif.; the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver; the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles and Stanford Court in San Francisco. Preferred Hotels are privately owned, individually managed and distinct in personality. The Desert Inn is designed to be unique in Las Vegas. Set amid 200 acres of greenery, the hotel has its own PGA championship golf course, a large health spa, tournament-class tennis courts, restaurants, top-name entertainment, luxury suites and an emphasis on personal service. The resort has 821 rooms, including 95 suites in buildings ranging in size from two to 14 stories. Moreover, half of the rooms were redecorated in 1987, and the Please see DESERT INN, Page 75 liiillli'ilili'li) fi IBUf ; 1 800-458-G1G1 j W 111 4lTi U WW 111 mi I'll I u u I ' LI B$L ( D D AiisJD SAVE THIS AD AND PRESENT UPON CHECK-IN. GOOD THROUGH 428S. Sundoy thru Thursdoy only, one coupon per stoy. Subject to availability. Not applicable for groups, conventions, holidays, or with any special promotions. Non-commissionable. Free Shuttle Service to The Strip Subject ro cancellation wo notice. Per Person. Dbl. Occuponcy ROOM RATE '10 00 Daly Mf-price bicU diner specials! CASINO PLAY $10 CASINO PLAY PER ROOM. FIRST NIGHT ONLY. 21 YEARS OR OLDER HOTEL AND CASINO CALL TOLL FREE 1-800-634-6617 377 E. FLAMINGO RD., LAS VEGAS, NV 89109 JUST EAST OF DALLY GRAND n If D-asUasas n D D 24-HOUR CONTINUOUS CASINO ACTION LIVELY ACTION, GREAT VALUE on THE LAS VEGAS STRIP! U In U NEW CASINO Keno LIVE GAMES TERRIFIC FCX)D It?"?' AND SENSIBLY PRICED ROOMS! R. Entertainment Make your reservations: eleI00003400SI Call 8 am to midnight PST. As you dial, phone charges billed automatically to hotel. No cost to you' OH CALL YOUR TRAVEL AGENT. BRING THIS COUPON to the Westward Ho Coupon Desk for your FREE CASINO PARTY BOOK FREE 2 FREE DELI FOOD SPECIALS FREE 10 FREE SLOT PLAYS FREE FREE SOUVENIR FREE FREE DISCOUNT TICKETS FREE A 10 PAGE BOOK OF VALUES-Y0URS FREE! WLID REGARDLESS WHERE YDU SHY 2900 Las Vegas Blvd So Las Vegas. Nev. 89109 Next Door to Stardust and Circus Circus MuHl Only All ngtili ttseme by maniqtment UT-36 Ok -9Mar weStvAR PAGE 74SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 1988 mum mm CASINO LAS VEGAS U D D Q D D D 5 r K,J Acrobatic feats are performed by the Tianjin Art Troupe. Chinese acrobats perform at Sands The Tianjin Art Troupe, featured in the Copa Room of the MGM Sands Hotel & Casino, presents acrobatic feats, magic and music. The 32 performers, direct from China, have mastered an art form that has been popular for more than 2,000 years. During their performances, agility, balance, strength and precision are exhibited. For the grand finale, 12 performers riding a single small bicycle display fans and resemble a peacock spreading its colorful tail. The Tainjin.Art Troupe's engagement has been extended through March 20 at the MGM Sands. Performances are at 7 and 10 nightly. Race & Sports Center now open at Sahara Hotel The Sahara Hotel & Casino recently celebrated the grand opening of its new Race & Sports Center. Attending the opening of the new facility were Mark Duper, Mark Clayton and Nat Moore of the Miami Dolphins. Sahara Hotel executives were on hand, and Sue Lowden cut the ribbon. Free food and drink were served. Sahara employee Sam Kitter-man, who has been with the hotel since it first opened, placed the first official bet after the grand-opening ceremonies. The Race & Sports Center includes a new race and sports book, a satellite Keno station, the Sportsbook Bar and the Turf Club, which includes a deli. CALENDARLOS ANGELES TIMES

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