Price is much lower than staying on the Wendover, Nevada side, yet you can see the Nevada hotels from the parking lot. We stay in Wendover when we attend concerts at the Peppermill Concert Hall and this hotel is just barely farther away. Nice pool, comfortable beds, free breakfast. Wendover Nugget Casino is minutes away. WiFi is free, and this hotel also features 4 bars and a restaurant. 101 Wendover Blvd, West Wendover, NV, 89883, United.
|Address||101 Wendover Blvd|
West Wendover, NV 89883
|Opening date||2004; 16 years ago|
|No. of rooms||426 standard, 64 Suites|
|Total gaming space||47,500 sq ft (4,410 m2)|
Wendover Nugget is a hotel and casino located in West Wendover, Nevada. In addition to the Montego Bay Resort, it is located right on the border line between Utah and Nevada. There is a connecting skyway between the Nugget and the Montego Bay. Both establishments' buildings are almost directly abut the state line; their parking lots are in Utah.
The origins of the first building at this location dates back to 1926 when William 'Bill' Smith opened up a service station and then in 1931 expanded it when gambling became legal. He then named it the Stateline Casino.From 2002-2004 it was named the Stateline Nugget. Then after changing ownership in 2004, the casino was renamed to what is now called the Wendover Nugget.
Stateline Casino Wendover Nevada
On August 3, 2007, two people were involved in attempting to rob the casino. One was an employee of the casino.
Stateline Casino Wendover Nevada
On October 14, 2007, Carlos Garcia-Castillijos was murdered. During a fight between him and his wife, two brothers intervened, and were suspected of killing Carlos. The two suspects in the case were apprehended by police in Utah.
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Coordinates: 40°44′08″N114°02′37″W / 40.735515°N 114.043542°W
|Address||West Wendover, Nevada|
|Owner||Wendover Nugget Casino|
Stateline Hotel and Casino was located in West Wendover straddling the Nevada/Utah border.
The owner of Stateline Casino was William 'Bill' Smith, who started his business in 1926 as a service station. In 1931 when gambling was legalized in Nevada, Smith expanded his service station adding a hotel and casino. The hotel and casino straddled the official border between Nevada and Utah. For a long time there was a white line across the floor. A patron could eat on the Utah side then step over the line and gamble in Nevada. It began business in 1931 when gambling became legal again in Nevada after being outlawed on October 1, 1910 at midnight.
It closed in 1982 and reopened in 1985. In 2002 it was sold and renamed the Stateline Nugget. In 2004 it was sold again and renamed Wendover Nugget Hotel and Casino. The Wendover Nugget Hotel and Casino then donated Wendover Will, the 63 foot neon cowboy sign that had stood in front of the hotel since 1952 to the city of West Wendover. The city restored it and erected it in the city center.
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