Welcome to the official Landmark Hotel Memorial! The Landmark opened on July 1st, 1969 after eight years of stop-and-go construction and major setbacks. A possible influence for the cartoon Jetson's apartment, the Landmark was meant to be a revolutionary wonder for the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. Instead, it was regarded by many as an eyesore and was plagued by financial trouble for most of it's life. It was, at one point, owned by Howard Hughes and was host to many celebrities. This site stands as a tribute to this architectural marvel and it's place in Las Vegas history.
We are always adding more information as our research team combs through news archives and conducts interviews with former Landmark employees. All information contained herein has been researched and verified through credible sources. You can see our master source list here. If you have information or photos to contribute, let us know! To learn more about our contributors, click here.