At noon PST on May 4th, The Riviera hotel and casino in Las Vegas closed its doors after 60 years.
Below is a photo gallery capturing the final hours of operation of the historic property. The Riviera liquidation sale starts May 14. Riviera logo items and a variety of equipment used to run a casino will be sold.
It will cost $10 to look around the first four days. After that, the public will never see the inside of Riviera again. It will be fenced off and broken down. Within a few months, it will meet the fate of so many Nevada casinos before it.
Click on the first image below to start a slideshow of the gallery. Videos of the “Crazy Girls” statue removal are located below the gallery.[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”2″ gal_title=”Last Hours Of The Riviera”]
Videos of “Crazy Girls” statue removal from Riviera Las Vegas