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The Montbleu Resort Casino and Spa is also a popular destination for weddings. The gorgeous scenery makes the perfect backdrop for a showstopping ceremony. Unique on-site catering options are available and the on-site salon and spa also offer bridal packages, which add to the bride's special day with some pampering before the main event.

When you stay at MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa in Stateline, you'll be next to a golf course, just steps from Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe and Casino at Harrah's Lake Tahoe. This 4-star hotel is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Heavenly Gondola and 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from The Shops at Heavenly Village. Spend the night in comfort and tranquility amidst the backdrop of Lake Tahoe at Montbleu Resort. Excellent service and unforgettable hotel, casino and dining experiences set your stay here apart. Spend the night in comfort and tranquility amidst the backdrop of Lake Tahoe at Montbleu Resort. Excellent service and unforgettable hotel, casino and dining experiences set your stay here apart.

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MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa
Location Stateline, Nevada, U.S.
Address 55 U.S. Route 50
Opening date1978; 42 years ago
No. of rooms438
Total gaming space48,456 sq ft (4,501.7 m2)
Notable restaurantsCafé Del Soul
MontBleu Café
The Zone
OwnerCaesars Entertainment
ArchitectDaniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall (1978), Worth Group (renovations)
Previous namesPark Tahoe (1978–1979)
Caesars Tahoe Palace (1979)
Caesars Tahoe (1979–2006)
Renovated in1979, 2006, 2015
Coordinates38°57′41″N119°56′19″W / 38.961469°N 119.938742°WCoordinates: 38°57′41″N119°56′19″W / 38.961469°N 119.938742°W

MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa (formerly the Park Tahoe and Caesars Tahoe) is a casino hotel in Stateline, Nevada. It is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment. The property includes a 48,456 sq ft (4,501.7 m2) casino and a 438-room hotel on a 21-acre (8.5 ha) site.[1] It is the home to the Ciera Steak + Chophouse. The entire property underwent a $25-million remodel in 2015, with all guest rooms, the casino, 1,200-seat showroom, and exterior being upgraded.


Park Tahoe (1978–1979)[edit]

The casino first opened in 1978 as the Park Tahoe, built by Park Cattle Co. The building was designed by Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall and constructed by Del E. Webb Corporation.[2]Caesars World took over the next year under a 25-year lease, with options to extend it another 50 years.

Caesars Tahoe (1979–2006)[edit]

Caesars Tahoe logo (1979–2006)

Caesars agreed to spend $40 million to complete construction of the hotel portion of the property,[3] which was renamed as Caesars Tahoe Palace[4] and later simply Caesars Tahoe. In line with the Caesars name, the property was remodeled with a Roman theme.

Caesars Tahoe was known for its top entertainment offerings, and over the years played host to many famous artists, including Dean Martin, Cher, Mac Davis, Jimmy Buffett, Glen Campbell, and Tony Bennett. In its later years, the Caesars showroom included appearances by comedians including George Carlin, Johnny Carson, Jerry Seinfeld, Gallagher, Rosie O'Donnell, and many other well known headlining comedians. Celebrities such as Michael Jordan, Randy Quaid, Kenny Rogers and others would play games in the Caesars Tahoe casino. Caesars was also the host hotel and title sponsor of the American Century Championship golf games at nearby Edgewood Golf Course every July, until 2004. After Caesars sold the hotel in 2005, the title sponsorship and host switched to Harrah's/Harveys Casinos. Also, in its earlier years, Caesars Tahoe was home to title fights for championship boxing events.

Caesars Entertainment sold the resort in June 2005 for $45 million to Columbia Sussex, owner of the nearby Horizon Casino. It was one of a series of sales made by Caesars to avoid antitrust issues with its planned acquisition by Harrah's Entertainment.

MontBleu (2006–present)[edit]

MontBleu Lake Tahoe

Columbia Sussex rebranded the property as MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa in May 2006. After the bankruptcy of Columbia's gaming businesses, MontBleu became part of the reorganized Tropicana Entertainment in March 2010.

MontBleu and the Horizon appeared as the Nomad Hotel, during the Caesars-to-MontBleu transition, in the 2007 filmSmokin' Aces.[5]

Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa Stateline

In 2018, Tropicana Entertainment, including the MontBleu, was acquired by Eldorado Resorts.[6][7]

In 2019, the buffet at MontBleu (formerly The Roman Feast Buffet) closed permanently.

In 2020, Eldorado acquired Caesars Entertainment (the former Harrah's) and changed its own name to Caesars Entertainment. This merger necessitated the sale of one of the companies' properties in Stateline to gain approval from FTC antitrust regulators.[8] Eldorado agreed to sell MontBleu to Twin River Worldwide Holdings.[9]


Montbleu Resort Casino Spa Stateline

  1. ^'Listing of Financial Statements Square Footage'. Nevada Gaming Control Board. Retrieved March 16, 2015.
  2. ^'Webb Spinner 1975-1978'(PDF).
  3. ^'Caesars World board backs buying lease of hotel in Nevada'. Wall Street Journal. October 23, 1979. ProQuest134353780.(subscription required)
  4. ^Young, Terry (December 4, 1979). 'Reno – after the money's gone'. Oakland Post. ProQuest371722794.(subscription required)
  5. ^'Director puts Tahoe in spotlight'. Tahoe Daily Tribune. January 12, 2007. Archived from the original on 2011-07-09.
  6. ^'Parent company sells MontBleu Casino Resort & Spa in Stateline'. Tahoe Daily Tribune. April 24, 2018. Retrieved October 14, 2018.
  7. ^'Gaming and Leisure Properties, Inc. completes previously announced acquisition of the real estate assets of Tropicana Entertainment' (Press release). Gaming and Leisure Properties. October 1, 2018. Retrieved October 14, 2018.
  8. ^Jason Hidalgo (June 26, 2020). 'Eldorado required to sell Tahoe Montbleu resort for FTC approval of Caesars merger'. Reno Gazette-Journal. Retrieved 2020-07-21.
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