Flamingo’s Scent White Cashmere
Flamingo’s Scent White Cashmere Dream in comfort wrapped in a soft white cashmere blanket with Soft powdery Heliotrope, Tuberose, Jasmine and Tobacco Flower, with sophisticated Ebony Wood, Musk and Smoked Vanilla with top notes of Cloudberry, Heliotrope, Violet Leaf; mid notes of Tuberose, Jasmine, Tobacco Flower; and base notes of Smoked Vanilla, Ebony wood, Sweet Musk.
Ingredients: Heliotrope, Tuberose, Jasmine, Vanilla, Ebony Wood, Cloudberry, Violet
Flamingo Las Vegas is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The architectural theme is reminiscent of the Art Deco and Streamline Moderne style of Miami and South Beach. The hotel includes a garden courtyard which serves as a wildlife habitat for flamingos. The hotel was the third resort to open on the Strip and remains the oldest resort on the Strip in operation today, and it has been since 2007. Siegel finally opened The Flamingo Hotel & Casino on December 26, 1946, at a total cost of $6 million. Billed as "The West's Greatest Resort Hotel", the 105-room property – and first luxury hotel on the Strip – was built 4 miles from Downtown Las Vegas. During construction, a large sign announced the hotel as a William R. Wilkerson project. The sign also read Del Webb Construction as the hotel's primary contractor and Richard R. Stadelman (who later made renovations to the El Rancho Vegas) as the building architect. Allegedly, Siegel named the resort after his girlfriend, Virginia Hill, who loved to gamble and was nicknamed "Flamingo". It is reported that Siegel called her this because of her long, skinny legs. Organized crime king, Lucky Luciano, wrote in his memoir that Siegel once owned an interest in the Hialeah Park Race Track and viewed the flamingos who populated nearby as a good omen. The "Flamingo" name is reported to have been given to the project at its inception by Wilkerson.