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The Imperial Palace
(now called The Quad) 
 
The Imperial Palace underwent a major make-over as part of Caesars Entertainment Corp's Linq outdoor retail development. 
 

Called the Flamingo Capri from 1959 to 1979, new owner Ralph Engelstad renamed the property Imperial Palace; Harrah's bought the hotel and casino in 2005.  In this photo, the Asian-themed Imperial Palace (predominantly blue) is to the left and the (now imploded) Irish-themed O'Shea's Casino (mostly red) is on the corner to the right. 

 

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The "dealertainers"--look-a-like celebrity dealers who take turns performing on stage.  Here, an Alice Cooper impersonator is being no more mister nice guy!  Photo taken January 1, 2013. 

 

The Dealertainers are found in the center of the casino with their own gaming area.  To the right in the red dress is a Tina Turner impersonator. 

 

The struts of the "High Roller" observation wheel being built behind The Quad and the Flamingo as part of the Linq project.  The High Roller will join the Skyvue Las Vegas Super Wheel as one of two giant ferris wheels to become part of the Strip skyline.  The High Roller is projected to be 550' tall; the Skyvue at 500'.

 

Imperial Palace at night as seen from Caesars Forum Shops on the Strip. 

 
  

Imperial Palace from the rear seen from the Las Vegas Monorail--looking a little haggard and showing its age.  The Imperial Palace has the world's largest classic car showroom with more than 250 antique, classic, muscle and specialty cars on display (and nearly all for sale!) worth more than $100 million.

 

The casino of the IP. 

 

Dragon carvings decorate the ceiling over the casino. 

 

Another dragon guarding the casino and bringing fortune and good luck. 

  

Deep inside the Imperial Palace (past the casino) and near the elevators (at the top of the escalators) to the hotel rooms. 

 

The front (and valet) area of the Imperial Palace.  The front of the IP is blocked from the Strip by another building that houses a bar.

 

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