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Here’s how many hotel rooms Boyd Gaming has in Las Vegas

Boyd Gaming has long had a strong presence in the Las Vegas hospitality and gaming industry since casino operator Sam Boyd founded the company in 1975 to develop a downtown casino, The California.

The company has more than 5,703 hotel rooms, almost 4 percent of Southern Nevada’s hotel room inventory.

Nine operating hotel-casino properties make up their Las Vegas-area portfolios.

What does Boyd Gaming own in Southern Nevada? Here’s a list:

Aliante: 202 rooms. The company acquired it in 2016 after Station Casinos’ bankruptcy restructuring.

The Orleans, 1,885 rooms. Boyd acquired the property in 2004 when purchasing Coast Casinos.

Gold Coast, 712 rooms. Boyd acquired the property in 2004 when purchasing Coast Casinos.

Suncoast, 427 rooms. Boyd acquired the property in 2004 when purchasing Coast Casinos.

Sam’s Town, 645 rooms. Boyd opened its first locals casino in 1979.

Cannery, 200 rooms. Boyd acquired the property in 2016 from Cannery Casino Resorts.

California, 779 rooms. Boyd’s first casino opened in downtown Las Vegas in 1975

Fremont, 447 rooms. The company purchased it in 1985.

Main Street Station, 406 rooms. Boyd purchased the defunct former casino in 1993.

Boyd also operates a Henderson casino, Jokers Wild, that does not have an associated hotel. It also owns Eastside Cannery, but that Boulder Highway hotel-casino has been temporarily closed since the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns.

Outside of Southern Nevada, Boyd operates 17 properties in the Midwest and South.

McKenna Ross is a corps member with Report for America, a national service program that places journalists into local newsrooms. Contact her at mross@reviewjournal.com. Follow @mckenna_ross_ on X.

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