Many people believe being lucky means “being in the right place at the right time.” I believe it means doing something that makes you truly happy—like spending a day out on the town with your family.
At El Cortez Hotel & Casino, dads have experienced true happiness for almost 80 years, thanks to the countless, tried-and-true offerings that have made them laugh, smile and return every time.
This Father’s Day, make dad feel lucky and treat him to a special visit at the hotel. Here are just some of the things he can enjoy:
- The best prime rib in town – While the price of meat has gone up, the world-famous prime rib special at Siegel’s 1941 has remained the same… one of the best in town! For just $12.95, dad can savor a hearty prime rib dinner complete with all the fixin’s, including assorted veggies and a baked potato.
- The best haircut and a really great shave – Dads need pampering too! At the beloved speakeasy barbershop on property, your hero can get back to looking and feeling great post-quarantine. Hotel guests can even score a discount with a sweet $30 haircut.
- The best place to gamble – Is dad feeling lucky? If so, let him try his hand at black jack or one of the many slot machines on property. After all, El Cortez is rumored to have the best odds in the city.
- The best rooms in DTLV – Newly offered at the El Cortez, the Premium Tower Rooms are easily some of the swankiest rooms in downtown Las Vegas and bring a warm, modern design blended with a bit of whimsy and a splash of Spanish Colonial style to guests looking to celebrate Father’s Day in style. Treat dad like a royal without breaking the bank.
- The best old-school vibes – Let dad relive his younger days and experience the vintage side of Vegas! As the longest continuously running hotel & casino in town, El Cortez provides a fun and nostalgic escape for many long-time Vegas residents (and anyone, really!). Those looking to get a fuller experience can even reserve one of the original vintage rooms, which date back to a time when Bugsy Siegel himself walked the halls.