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Mockery is the best form of flattery as Las Vegas creates its own version of New York mainstays like Nobu and now Gansevoort.

Caesars Entertainment’s betting that New York’s splashy Gansevoort Hotel Group can work magic on the now-closed Las Vegas Strip institution, Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall.

The Old West-style casino hotel, which closed last month, will reopen in January as the Gansevoort Las Vegas, with rates starting at $249 a night.

The building’s currently in the midst of a $185 million renovation that will transform the guest rooms, casino space, restaurants and public areas into stylish, upscale spaces.

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Tags: las vegas, nyc

Photo credit: Hotel Gansevoort in Manhattan. Ludovic Bertron / Flickr

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