LAS VEGAS (AP) — Whether it's a brass letter "R," a baby grand piano or a hotel ice machine you desire, it's all there inside the Riviera — for a price.
The Riviera Hotel and Casino closed on May 4 but everything inside the 2,075-room casino-hotel must go.
National Content Liquidators is selling it all at a sale that starts Thursday at 9 a.m. Admission costs $10 per person during the first four days of the sale likely to draw crowds of lookie-loos, Vegas history buffs and those interested in buying a piece of "The Riv."
The 60-year-old casino-hotel on the Las Vegas Strip is expected to be demolished by its new owners the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority before the end of the year. An expanded convention center will take its place.