An article published yesterday in the Associated Press discussed native Hawaiian’s moving to Las Vegas. The story focused on how Las Vegas was more affordable than their home state.
Speaking of Hawaii, the California Hotel and Casino in Downtown Las Vegas caters to visitors from the Aloha state. A long-term marketing plan was established by Boyd Gaming, the hotel’s owner, to make the establishment a place residents of Hawaii would look to stay at while in the Entertainment Capital of the World. On the California Hotel and Casino’s website, it says this:
“The hospitality of the Hawaiian Islands will flower during your visit to the California Hotel Casino. We like to say Aloha is spoken fluently here, and our guests enjoy many Hawaiian touches, ranging from dining delicacies such as oxtail soup to the colorful décor reminiscent of the islands’ lush, tropical beauty.”
There is even a book about the subject titled California Hotel and Casino: Hawaii’s Home Away from Home by author John M. Blink.
So, if you are looking for Hawaii in Las Vegas, you will find it at the California Hotel and Casino. You can find more information about the resort by clicking here.