Golden Nugget’s Scent Coconut Breeze
Golden Nugget’s Scent Coconut Breeze Edible Coconut with top notes of Citrus Zest, Sugarcane; mid notes of Coconut, Ylang Blossom; and base notes of Vanilla Cream, Malt, Tonka Bean.
Ingredients: Coconut, Citrus, Sugarcane, Ylang, Vanilla Cream, Malt, Tonka Bean
The Golden Nugget Las Vegas is a luxury hotel and casino located in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada on the Fremont Street Experience. The property is owned and operated by Landry’s, Inc. It has 2,419 hotel rooms. The Golden Nugget was originally built in 1946, making it one of the oldest casinos in the city. Jackie Gaughan at one time owned a stake in the hotel as part of his many downtown properties. Although the Golden Nugget was profitable, it was not part of the master expansion plan of the corporation which was focused on consolidating a long stretch of the Strip by acquiring Mandalay Resort Group, building City Center, and beginning construction in Macau. Gaming revenue on Fremont Street had peaked in fiscal year 1993. The Golden Nugget was sold in 2003, for $215 million to Poster Financial Group, owned by Timothy Poster and Thomas Breitling. When Poster Financial assumed control of the Golden Nugget, they began to upgrade the gambling operation by installing new cashless slot machines and by increasing the maximum bet available at table games to $15,000. Their story became the basis for The Casino, a television series on Fox that premiered on June 14, 2004.