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Las Vegas, Nevada: Statue of Elvis

A tribute in bronze to the music legend who sold out over 600 shows at this casino. The statue was unveiled on September 8, 1978. Elvis's widow and dad attended the ceremony.

Westgate Casino

3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV
From Paradise Rd turn east onto the Ave. of the Hiltons toward the Westgate Casino. The statue formerly stood outside the casino, next to its entrance canopy, but in 2015 it was moved into the lobby, next to the registration desk.
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Elvis Presley.

Elvis At The LVH (ex Hilton)

Elvis statute has been moved inside near the hotel lobby.

[Marie J, 05/03/2015]

Elvis was moved into the lobby on orders of David Siegel, who owns the casino -- which now has a new permanent Elvis exhibition. There's some debate over the statue's plaque; it claims that Elvis had "837 consecutive sold-out performances" at the casino, but Graceland says there were only 636.

Elvis statue.

Elvis At The LVH (ex Hilton)

A statue of Elvis slightly smaller than life, at the LVH (formerly Hilton). Elvis sang for eight years.

[Alain-Claude Mainguet, 04/12/2014]
Statue of Elvis

The hotel still uses the letters LVH, but it now stands for the Las Vegas Hotel and the Hilton name has been removed. The platform for the Elvis statue is still there. However, there no sign of Elvis outside. We did not check inside.

[Meg Zorn, 10/08/2013]

Plaque at the base of the Elvis statue.

Statue of Elvis

The statue of Elvis Presley is located outside of the Las Vegas Hilton, to the right of the main doors. If you are just stopping to view the statue, there are a few 15-minute parking spaces on the left side of the driveway after you pass the main doors.

Go inside and take a quick peek at the Showroom. It is towards the back of the Casino in the southwest corner. This is the theater where Elvis performed over 800 shows during his 8-year run at the International Hotel. A must-see for any Elvis fan!

[Sara Howe, 07/04/2010]

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