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Lake Las Vegas


Lake Las Vegas is about 17-miles from the Las Vegas Strip in Henderson--reached by Lake Mead Parkway.  The resort is suffering from the Great Recession, with the closure of the Ritz Carlton Hotel and Casino MonteLago. 

Make Reservations at the Hilton Lake Las Vegas Resort


One of the streets of MonteLago Village.  A few shops and restaurants are open.  


This is a very small portion of the massive Aston MonteLago Village Resort--Tuscan-inspired resort condominiums which adjoin the village. 


The Casino MonteLago ... which closed March 14, 2010. 


Looking down the village street towards the lake from the casino. 


A nice courtyard setting at MonteLago Village. 


The Casino MonteLago at the end of the street. 


A portion of the former Ritz Carlton Hotel--which spanned across a section of the lake.  The $170 million Ritz Carlton Hotel, viewed as the centerpiece of Lake Las Vegas, closed in May, 2010. 


Two yachts still moored at the marina. 


Lake Las Vegas emerged from bankruptcy in July 2010 and the owners have plans for the future to complete development. 


The dam that filled Lake Las Vegas was completed in 1991.  The lake is 320 acres in size.  The resort was originally conceived by actor J. Carlton Adair in 1967 as "Lake Adair".


A nice fountain that captures an Old World village "feel"--decorated for the Fall. 


 Lake Las Vegas is a man-made oasis in a brown and dry desert landscape.  It's reported that singer Celine Dion has a residence at Lake Las Vegas.


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