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Update: Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino is closed and not taking reservations. The property hopes to reopen by the in the 1st quarter of 2021.

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Primm's Largest Hotel/Casino

Buffalo Bill's Resort and Casino is just off Interstate 15 northbound, exit 1 in Primm. It has 1,242 guest rooms and suites and is the largest hotel/casino property in Primm. Buffalo Bill's advertises that it combines Old West style with New West fun. It is a great place to get away and play.

Buffalo Bill’s Casino in Primm, Nevada, just over the state line from California, is 26 years old, built 1994. This enormous amazing feathered headdress sign can be seen from the nearby 15 freeway. With a stay at Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino in Primm, you'll be minutes from Desperado Roller Coaster and Star of the Desert Arena. This casino resort is within close proximity of Primm Valley Golf Club and Bonnie and Clyde Getaway Car. Make yourself at home in one of the air-conditioned guestrooms. Book Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino, Primm on Tripadvisor: See 962 traveller reviews, 259 candid photos, and great deals for Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino, ranked #4 of 4 hotels in Primm and rated 3 of 5 at Tripadvisor. Where is Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino located? Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino is located at 31900 South Las Vegas Blvd., 0.2 miles from the center of Primm. Star of the Desert Arena is the closest landmark to Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino.

Guests have the choice of thee room types: Deluxe, Suites, and Jacuzzi Suites. Rooms come with ironing boards, blow dryers, available in–room movies, and available high speed and wireless Internet.

Deluxe rooms are about 335 square feet and can be requested either with a king bed or two queen beds. Suite rooms have considerably more space than deluxe rooms.

For the best experience, visitors can stay in a luxurious Jacuzzi Suite Room. Deluxe room rates are typically about $25 on weekdays and $55 on weekends, depending on the season. Buffalo Bill's is rated as a two star hotel.

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AN ENTERNTAINMENT CENTER

Buffalo Bill's has a 46,000 square foot casino with over 1,700 slot machines, nearly 40 table games, a poker room, and a race and sports book. The property also has great restaurants including Tony Roma's, Miss Ashley's Boarding House Buffet, Wagonmaster Coffee Shops, a Food Court, and several other dining options. There are also several bars, including the Tree Bar.

Buffalo Bill's has a large buffalo shaped swimming pool for guests. It is also home to a 6,500 seat Star of the Desert Arena, which is designed for concerts and also hosts other major events such as boxing, mixed martial arts, wrestling, and rodeos.

Exterior Property Tour

For a full exterior tour of a shuttered Buffalo Bill's and its condition as of September 2020, check out the video below. Merkur casino worms.

Desperado
Primm Valley Resorts
LocationPrimm Valley Resorts
Park sectionOld Western Times
Coordinates35°36′51″N115°23′04″W / 35.61417°N 115.38444°WCoordinates: 35°36′51″N115°23′04″W / 35.61417°N 115.38444°W
StatusClosed
Opening dateAugust 11, 1994[1]
Cost$30,000,000
General statistics
TypeSteel
ManufacturerArrow Dynamics
DesignerRon Toomer
ModelHypercoaster
Track layoutRon Toomer
Lift/launch systemChain
Height209 ft (64 m)
Drop225 ft (69 m)
Length5,843 ft (1,781 m)
Speed80 mph (130 km/h)
Inversions0
Duration2:43
Max vertical angle60°
Capacity900 riders per hour
G-force4
Height restriction52 in (132 cm)
Trains3 trains with 5 cars. Riders are arranged 2 across in 3 rows for a total of 30 riders per train.
Desperado at RCDB
Pictures of Desperado at RCDB

Desperado was a hypercoaster that was located in Primm, Nevada, United States at the Buffalo Bill's Hotel and Casino, a part of the Primm Valley Resorts complex. As of February 2020, Desperado is closed with no plans of operating in the future.[2]

According to the Roller Coaster DataBase, Desperado was one of the tallest roller coasters in the world when it opened. It features a 225-foot (69 m) drop at an angle of 60 degrees, a 209-foot (64 m) lift hill, and a maximum speed of 80 mph (130 km/h). Riders also experience up to 4 g's during the ride which lasts two minutes and forty-three seconds.[3] A portion of the ride runs through the interior of the casino. The coaster was listed by the Guinness Book of Records as the world's tallest roller coaster in 1996.[4] The ride was provided by Arrow Dynamics and fabricated by Intermountain Lift, Inc.[5]

History[edit]

Looking to attract people driving by on adjacent Interstate 15 to his new casino, Buffalo Bill's, which opened on May 14, 1994, Gary Primm contracted Arrow Dynamics to build a highly visible roller coaster. The roller coaster opened to the public on August 11, 1994, as one of the tallest and fastest roller coasters in the world. The ride's 209-foot-tall (64 m) lift hill was the tallest in the United States, second behind only the Pepsi Max Big One at Blackpool Pleasure Beach in England that opened the same year. Its drop length of 225 feet (69 m) and top speed of 80 mph (130 km/h) were tied in the country with Kennywood's Steel Phantom, which also featured a 225-foot (69 m) drop and top speed of 80 mph (130 km/h). The Guinness Book of World Records recognized Desperado in its 1996 publication as the tallest roller coaster in the world.[4]

For his Top Secret special that first aired on February 24, 1999, magician Lance Burton staged a death-defying escape in a stunt where he was tied to the roller coaster's track and had to break out of handcuffs in order to escape.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^Palermo, Dave (August 7, 1994). 'PRIMM SPRUCING UP CALIFORNIA-NEVADA BORDER'. Las Vegas Review-Journal/Sun.
  2. ^Ventura, Leslie (February 13, 2020). 'Has Primm's Desperado roller coaster made its final descent?'. Las Vegas Weekly. Retrieved February 18, 2020.
  3. ^Marden, Duane. ' (Primm Valley Resorts)'. Roller Coaster DataBase.
  4. ^ ab'Desperado Roller Coaster Fact Sheet'. Primm Valley Casino Resorts. August 13, 2001. Archived from the original on March 24, 2006. Retrieved 2007-03-13.
  5. ^'Amusement'. Intermountain Lift, Inc. July 30, 2011. Archived from the original on November 8, 2014. Retrieved September 5, 2014.
  6. ^'Lance Burton's Escape On The Desperado To Air Next Wednesday'. Retrieved 2007-04-18.

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