Fashion Show Mall
Fashion Show Paradise, Nevada is a shopping mall located on the Las Vegas Strip. The Mall hosts a weekend fashion show hosted on a retractable runway with a mall intermediate range, hence its name Fashion show mall opened on February 14, 1981, operated by Diamonds, Bullock, Goldwaters, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Diamond was converted to Dillard's shop in 1986, Goldwaters became a May company in 1989 and subsequently became Robinson-May in 1993, when Bullock’s was converted to Macy'sin 1996.
Luxor Las Vegas
Luxor Las Vegas is a 30-story hotel and casino located on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada's Paradise. The hotel is managed and operated by MGM Resorts International and has 120,000-square-foot casinos with 2,000 slot machines and 87 table games. After the renovation work of 2008-2009, the hotel's management designed its suite with 4,407 rooms in its design. The hotel's rooms draw the inner walls of the main tower, in which there is a pyramid shape, and the recent 22-story Twin Ziggurat towers. This hotel has been named in the city of Luxor in Egypt. By 2010, Luxor was designated 4 key rating from the Green Key echo-rating program, which is evaluated as "sustainable hotel operations". The hotel has swinging elevators.
Grand Lisboa Ace is a 47-floor, 261-meter-high hotel in Macao, China. It is owned by the Sociedade Turismo e Diversoes de Macau and Hong Kong architects Denise Lau and N.G. Designed by Chun Man. On February 11, 2007, its casino and restaurant were opened, while the hotel opened in December 2008. Casino offers 800 gaming tables and 1,000 slot machines. The hotel has 430 hotel rooms and suites. Grand Lisbon is the tallest building in Macau and its most exclusive part of Skyline. The first casino in Macau is to provide Texas Hold's poker ring games. It was the first to offer craps, although many other casinos in Macau are now offering the game. In 2017 it was reported that revenue and profits in Grand Lisbon decreased during 2016.