Caesars to close Bill's Gamblin' Hall for boutique redo

By Danny King
Caesars Entertainment has secured a $185 million line of credit that will be used to rebuild Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon on the Las Vegas Strip.

Caesars will shut down the 33-year-old property in February and reopen it as a boutique hotel under a new name in early 2014.

The company will remodel guest rooms and the casino floor while adding a second-floor restaurant and a 65,000-square-foot nightclub and rooftop pool that will be managed by Drai Management Group.

The 200-room hotel opened as the Barbary Coast Hotel & Casino in 1979. It was renamed Bill's Gamblin' Hall in 2007 after Caesars acquired the hotel from Boyd Gaming.

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