The spirit of the past is brilliantly alive in the newly reopened Hotel Apache at Binion’s Gambling Hall, in downtown Las Vegas. Originally opened by the Silvagni family in 1932, to accommodate the construction workers of Boulder Dam, Hotel Apache soon became known as the mega resort of its time. Through the course of over 90 years, the historic Hotel Apache and Binion's Gambling Hall have had many reports of spirited guests in residence who make it clear that Hotel Apache and Binion's Gambling Hall still belong to them. Hotel guests can rent ghost hunting kits to communicate with the spirits of the past if they dare.
The original rooms have been newly renovated, seamlessly blending vintage-style décor with modern amenities. Most rooms include a queen size bed with upgraded linens. Every room includes a 42” flat screen TV, in room safe, vintage clock radio with Bluetooth capabilities, period inspired rotary dial telephone, easy access USB ports and electrical outlets in the nightstands, with free basic Wi-Fi in all rooms. The stylish bathrooms are beautifully decorated to bring you back to the 1930s. Premium rooms offer a mini refrigerator and there are a select number of rooms with two double beds, mini suites, and ADA compliant rooms. To accommodate our guests, Hotel Apache also offers a Fitness Center and a seasonal pool on the 25th floor with spectacular views of the city. The hotel is non-smoking and never charges a resort fee.