The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on September 27, 1987 · 379
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I AOV "E RT I SING SPECIAL SUPPLE MS NT ; LAS VEGAS Imperial Palace plans expansion; 1 9-story tower, new pool included The Imperial Palace Hotel & ImDerial Palace will have a total The Imperial Palace Hotel & Imperial Palace will have a total HOI U DISH m Beach Boys return to Caesars Palace The Beach Boys will return to the Caesars Palace Circus Maxi-mus Showroom with surfin' and sunshine sounds Oct. 7 through 12. Celebrating more than 25 years of "Good Vibrations," Mike Love, Al Jardine, Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson and Bruce Johnston have a new record on the charts a rap version of the 1960s instrumental tune "Wipe Out," which the group recorded with the Fat Boys. The Fat Boys, who may well turn out to be today's answer to the Three Stooges, star in the movie "The Disorderlies," which features cameo appearances by Mike Love and Bruce Johnston. The Beach Boys are an award-winning crew. Brian Wilson, who wrote and, in the beginning, produced most of the group's major hits, has 16 pop awards from Broadcast Music Inc. He shares four with Love, who co-authored "Surfin' Safari," "Little Honda," "Fun, Fun, Fun," and "Good Vibrations." Johnston has a Grammy for composing the Barry Manilow hit "I Write the Songs." For reservations, call (702) 731-7333 or (800) 445-4544. of 2,637 rooms. The Imperial Palace's continuing expansion project has actually been ongoing for more than a decade. At that time, the hotel was still known as the Flamingo Capri Motel. In 1974, the east and north buildings, as well as the Shangri-la Pool with its two-story waterfall, spa and poolside bar, were opened. On Nov. 1, 1979, the Flamingo Capri became the Imperial Palace. The parking garage, expanded early in 1985, is one of the largest covered parking facilities in Las Vegas. During the 1986 expansion program, convention facilities increased from 25,000 square feet to 30,000 square feet, hotel rooms grew to 2,100 with the completion of an additional tower, and another 15,000 square feet were added to the casino. By 1986, the Imperial Palace Hotel & Casino became the seventh-largest hotel in the world. The hotel currently employs more than 2,200 people. hi ilk 3313! m Itlr 14 i;m WM tf C(DU i iJMiiiil Casino has announced plans for the continued expansion of the hotel. The Imperial Palace's ongoing expansion program will be a three-phase project. The first phase is currently in progress. It includes a new pool, larger than the present one, with a waterfall, heated spa and poolside bar. The second phase of construction will include a 547-room, 19-story tower to be built where the pool now stands, adjacent to the Holiday Casino property. The first five stories will contain parking facilities. The remaining 14 floors will contain guest rooms, with penthouse suites on the 19th floor. The third and final phase of the hotel's expansion project will be a satellite casino and office complex. It will be built in front of the hotel, where valet parking is currently located. Valet parking will then move to the five-story parking garage. Upon completion of Phase 2, targeted for the end of 1988, the CHILI Continued from Page 87 will receive commemorative plaques. All competitors will be presented with aprons, custom belt buckles and other souvenirs. The winner will be eligible to represent Nevada in the 1988 World Championships, with a chance to join the ranks of three previous Circus Circus-Nevada winners who have gone on to capture the world title. Five hundred dollars and a trophy will be awarded for the best decorated booth, with cash prizes and plaques for second and third places in this category. In accordance with the rules of the International Chili Society, the sanctioning body, contestants must prepare a minimum of one gallon of chili. Nothing may be precooked, although canned tomatoes, tomato sauce and other condiments are permitted. Beans and other "fillers" are forbidden. One hour is allotted for preparation, followed by three hours of cooking time. While the cooks are tending their simmering kettles, Circus Circus' third annual Country Music Contest will be taking place on stage under a large pavilion in the center of the cooking area. First-place winners will receive $1,000 and a trophy, with $250 and a trophy for the runners-up. Amateur and professional groups are invited to compete. For Information and entry forms, write to the Public Relations Dept., Circus Circus Hotel, P.O. Box 14967, Las Vegas, NV 89114. LOS ANGELES TIMESCALENDAR MC, VISA, AM EX accepted. Oiler subject to availability. One night package based on TuesdayWednesday departure, other departure days slightly higher. Two-, three- and four-night packages available. 'No Saturday arrivals Cancellationchange lees apply. m . M IJ--I.I-LJJJ.UII.IHV. LAS VEGAS SUPER STAR GETAWAY $3195 Package includes: Garden Room for two nights with parking near your room Lido de Paris show and two cocktails per person (tax and tip included) Buffet (tax included) Complimentary Cocktail (tax and tip included) Free admission to the Olde-Tyme Gambling Museum Free Keno ticket per person, double occupancy, plus room ux Get away to Las Vegas for super star treatment and savings of more than $54.00 per personl Reservations required. Call your travel agent or toll free: 800-634-6757. Offer good Sunday through Thursday, through October 29. 1 96? Subject to availability Extudmg holiday! Additional nights art i 10 per person, double occupancy, plus room tat Friday and Saturday nights available at prevailing room rate SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1987PAGE 89

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