The Riviera

The Riviera

Opened in 1955, the Riviera was the first high-rise on the Strip and because of its literally star-studded appearance—and its retro-fabulous appearance in a sea of themed hotels—it has made many appearances over the years – particularly its exterior. Riveria has had cameos in Austin Powers, Diamonds are Forever, Casino, the 1960 Ocean’s 11 and Showgirls.  

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