This plaque is at the Flamingo where Bugsy Siegel had his Presidential Suite. Look for the Flamingos all around.
1 - 10 of 18 reviews
Past the circular fountain and in front of the wedding chapel is a walkway to the stone with the plaque about Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel. No- he didn’t invent The Strip, but the publicity certainly did propel talk of the town.
A nicely done nod to a infamous part of Vegas history. The Mafia was an important part of the building of the desert city. The new Vegas tries to move away from the "dark" past but it will always be part of the attraction of...More
This is a nice hidden gem off the Strip that is quiet and gives a secluded feeling. Not necessarily the easiest to find so ask any Flamingo Hilton employee. It a very picturesque place right by the Flamingo's wedding chapel so it gets few visitors,...More
If you're at the hotel or casino, the walk through the habitat can be a peaceful break and you can visit a spot loaded with Vegas strip history.
This plaque is located in the Flamingo Habitat. If you want to go further back in history about Benjamin Siegel visit the El Cortez Hotel Casino in Downtown Las Vegas. That is were Siegel started in Las Vegas - before he built the Flamingo. Also,...More