Tally-Ho and King’s Crown 1963-1966

Tally-Ho and King’s Crown

The first hotel was originally opened in 1963 as the Tally-Ho. It was later called King’s Crown in 1964 and failed after six months when it was denied a gaming license. In 1966, it was purchased by Milton Prell, and the hotel got a $3 million renovation, including a new 500-seat “Baghdad Theater” showroom. Prell turned the English-themed hotel into an Arabian Nights theme, but kept the original Tudor style room wings. A serrated canopy and a $750,000 15-story “Aladdin’s Lamp” sign were also added.

Following Hotel Links:
Planet Hollywood (2007)
The new Aladdin (1998)
The Aladdin (1966)

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