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14 reviews of Stardust Resort & Casino - CLOSED "This is,along with the Sahara,​Frontier and Riviera the oldest property on the Strip. Unlike those others.


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The Stardust's modern casino and story tower were built in At the end of , the Stardust closed its doors for good. The building was.


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And in each of last year's three quarters before its official closure Nov. 1, the Stardust made less money than the previous year. The Echelon is to.


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And in each of last year's three quarters before its official closure Nov. 1, the Stardust made less money than the previous year. The Echelon is to.


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It officially closed at noon on November 1, and was demolished by implosion in March , a short lifetime even by Las Vegas standards, where casinos.


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In mid-November nearly everything that wasn't nailed down, and a bunch of stuff that was, is auctioned off. I had already scouted locations for this event, coming to the conclusion that the best spot would be the roof of the Circus Circus parking garage. It was pretty spectacular, and my video of the event doesn't do it justice, but I wanted to be fairly tight on the building to get the best view of the tower collapse that I could. The fireworks lasted for about five minutes before the lit countdown on the front of the building started. After the auction, work started in earnest on demolition of the site. I hoped there would be room in the spot I had staked out earlier. Much of the signage was taken down in stages. Boyd put on quite a show, especially for those on the other side of the building from where we were. I didn't measure it directly, but it honestly looked to me like there was a half inch of dust coverage on the vehicles parked on the garage roof. Blackjack tables, televisions, neon signs, art work, photographs, chairs, bed frames, just about everything in the place was on the block. This means that in order to get in position, I'd have to navigate the dreaded Strip traffic. In June , it was announced that the Stardust Hotel and Casino would close on or shortly after November 1, It had been known for some time that this place would close and be demolished by its owner, Boyd Gaming, in order to make way for a massive metaresort that would cost in excess of four billion dollars. I managed to find a spot to park on about the fourth or fifth floor. They went to work in a serious way on the demolition necessary before the implosion. The rooms in the hotel tower were entirely cleared out, including the windows, leaving an eerie hollow skeletal shell. The south third or so of the roof was blocked off by "Do Not Cross" yellow tape, so I couldn't get to the place I originally intended, but found a spot that worked pretty well. In fact, I didn't know that the ending fireworks on the far side of the building were a countdown until I saw other video after the fact. For some reason, at the time the collapse actually occurred there was no external lighting on the building, so it's very difficult to see the main part of the show from anyone's video of the event, including my own. We enjoy a last walk around this place and head out for the last time. This was just about where I intended to park anyway, so it worked out well. I would describe the atmosphere around this place as upbeat but wistful. Conclusion Overall, the Stardust implosion was quite an event.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} In any case, it was certainly a memorable experience, and one I was glad I had attended. I hear some of it will end up in the Neon Museum at some point. After the countdown hit zero, we heard the charges go off and got an inkling that the building was collapsing. Since we were north and a little west of the tower, we didn't have such a good view. Of course, after the building collapsed, up came the massive dust cloud. Also, Boyd Gaming has done an excellent job by all accounts making sure that Stardust employees will have a place to work next week. One of my concerns would be the amount of dust generated by the implosion. The main drag and nearby side streets were already heavily populated by those seeking a ring-side seat. The outside of the Stardust was lit by moving spotlights, and the crowd grew as we waited for the main event to occur. The only way one gets a sense of the collapse from my video is because before the implosion one can see lights through the Stardust shell before the building collapses, and these disappear as the building falls. I got there about , Fich, a colleague and Death Watch contributor, arrived about I took some of the last photos of the Stardust that anyone would take waiting for the countdown to begin. Soon after closing folks got to work on the carcass. Closing In June , it was announced that the Stardust Hotel and Casino would close on or shortly after November 1, Many have written a requiem for the Stardust. One thing worth noting is that the percussion felt from the fireworks was pretty intense the video will show some camera jitter, and it's entirely due to the tripod bouncing on the concrete roof of the parking garage , but the implosion charges themselves had far less of a tangible effect. Some of the Death Watch editorial staff and friends gather on October 26th for a meal and last look around at this place. I found less dust on my car partially protected within the garage, but it was still well coated. There were already a bunch of people up there milling around and generally having a good time. Pre-Demolition Soon after closing folks got to work on the carcass. Overall, the Stardust implosion was quite an event. LV Revealed. At the appointed hour, an intense fireworks display started up. Implosion Boyd Gaming was awfully tight lipped about the date that the hotel tower itself would be imploded. It was already bustling, and the lower floors will full of cars. My only real complaint is that they failed to light the building during the actual collapse. I had considered bringing goggles as well, but decided that this would be overkill. Cars parked on the surface at Circus Circus, but shielded by the two garages, had more dust on them than my car but less than those on the roof. By this time the gift shop has been picked clean of most anything that has the hotel's name on it, and the vast majority of the staff has secured positions at other resorts, mostly those within the Boyd family. The problem was we had no idea that the whole presentation, especially the countdown, would be set up with viewers from the south and east in mind. It took quite a bit of effort to get the dust off of all my equipment and out of the car after the fact. The auction was well attended, and I was told that there weren't a lot of bargains to be had. My planned route was interrupted due to the fact that Industrial Boulevard on the west side of the Stardust site was blocked off. With about two hours to go before the big boom would occur, I made my way down to the Strip to stake out a spot. I was able to make my way onto Las Vegas Boulevard heading north from Spring Mountain in traffic that was merely very heavy, not completely gridlocked. Fortunately for Fich and myself, I had thought to bring filter masks, as I had anticipated this would be the case. As the days count down to closing day, services at the resort begin to shut down. As I had expected, the New Frontier parking lot and the top floor of the Wynn parking garage were already pretty crowded. Presumably, this is to limit liability. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}This web page chronicles the demise of this storied place. The whole thing reminded me of pictures I had seen of communities downwind of volcano eruptions. Finally, the rumors about a date and time converge on March 13, at AM. It was pretty amusing to see those without any form of respiration protection scurry for cover, but I couldn't really blame them. Boyd Gaming was awfully tight lipped about the date that the hotel tower itself would be imploded. As it turned out, though, the dust was thicker than I had expected, and if I could do it over again, I would have brought the goggles. The run up to closing time has been a long time coming, everyone knows it has seen better days, and the future that Boyd has planned for this place makes good sense. I took the stairs up the additional two floors to the roof, carrying my camera equipment and tripod. On February 6, I took some pictures that I have made available that show the Stardust in this state from several different views. I made it into the Circus Circus parking garage. Traffic on the Strip was bad, but not quite as bad as I feared.