Bill's Gamblin' Hall Hotel History
Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon is a casino and hotel located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada.
The property was renamed from Barbary Coast Hotel and Casino on March 1, 2007, after it was sold to Harrah's Entertainment by Boyd Gaming Corporation in a swap for a 24-acre parcel next to Boyd's Echelon Place project, the replacement for their Stardust property.
The property is in the process of converting to its new brand name. Included in the changes is a new restaurant, The Steakhouse at Bills, along with a new players/slot club, Bill's Players Club. Also, Drais restaurant and nightclub is slated to remain open through March, when it will switch to an after-hours nightclub. The management team from the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino will run the property's day-to-day operations.
The name is taken from Harrah's founder Bill Harrah.