First Renderings Of The New Imperial Palace aka The Quad
Much like they did when deciding whether or not it was a good idea to convert Bill's into a boutique Drai's hotel, Caesars Entertainment has been asking a select group of their customers questions about a potential new name/brand for Imperial Palace.
The most recent name they've been offing up to for market research is The Quad.
This new casino is home to a unique and diverse collection of restaurants, bars, and entertainment experiences that welcome everyone. Guests can fill up on food with a twist, at their choice of lively dining establishments and experience even more entertainment on the casino floor, where one-of-a-kind dealertainers steal the show [And your chips - Ed]. And with its prime location in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, guests of this new casino can see, do and share even more as they explore the destination for socializing, for energizing and for orchestrating a complete Las Vegas experience.
They tacked on some renderings of the proposed new casino The Quad as well.
Open, spacious, modern, earthy, neon. This looks great.
A bar. Perhaps this is the new O'Sheas?
Alternate view of the same bar... with Beer Pong.
This is definitely the Imperial Palace's coffered ceiling woodwork, minus the asian filigree. That rainbow fish looking thing could be a bar or a lounge. I'll bet the colors change over time. Looks like an 8-5 pay table from here.
The Rainbow Fish bar again, with bar top vp. Hey baby, can I push your stool in?
A quick search of secondary sources reveals that THEQUADLV.com domain name is owned by Centra Properties, a property developer based in Henderson, NV, unrelated to Caesars Entertainment who registered it over a year ago. Additionally, USPTO trademark search reveals the name "The Quad" was submitted by Caesars Entertainment in the middle of June.
The Quad. Not really sure what to make of that name or the generic casino designs contained therein. It doesn't really mean anything... not that "SLS" or "Vdara" do either, but....
The good news is that Caesars Entertainment most likely won't be sending us a caese and desist order.
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