When it opened in 1955, the Riviera was the first high-rise on the Strip. Liberace did the ribbon-cutting honors; film auteur Orson...
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2901 Las Vegas Blvd S · interesting places nearby
Executive Fitness information
No swimming pool, but the Riviera does offer gym users both cardio and weight machines, as well as free weights, whirlpools, a women’s sauna and a steam room for men.