Imperial Palace is a 4-part drama series about the everyday events at a luxury hotel in 1930's London.

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 45 minutes

Premier: 1969-03-08

Imperial Palace - The Linq - Netflix

The Linq (formerly Flamingo Capri, Imperial Palace and The Quad) is a 2,640-room hotel, casino and shopping promenade on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It is owned and operated by Caesars Entertainment Corporation. As of 2012, the casino is 32,890 sq ft (3,056 m2) with 830 slot machines, 55 table games, and a race and sports book. It originally opened in 1959 as the 180-room Flamingo Capri motel, located adjacent to the Flamingo hotel and casino. Ralph Engelstad purchased the property in 1971, and added a casino the following year. In 1977, the hotel had 650 rooms, after the completion of its Imperial Palace Tower. The resort was later reopened as the Asian-themed Imperial Palace in 1979. Several additional hotel towers were added during the 1980s, bringing the resort's room count to an ultimate total of 2,637, after the completion of a fifth and final hotel tower in 1987. At the time of Engelstad's death in 2002, the resort had 2,600 employees and was the second-largest privately owned hotel in the world. In 2012, the resort was renamed as The Quad. The resort was renamed again as The Linq in 2014, after a $223 million renovation.

Imperial Palace - Film history - Netflix

In Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, the character Alotta Fagina stays at the Imperial Palace. The Imperial Palace is in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas under the name “The Four Dragons Casino”. It is owned by the Triads, allies of the protagonist, Carl “CJ” Johnson. The Imperial Palace is where the Las Vegas scenes of John Cassavetes' Love Streams was filmed. In Midnight Run the exterior was used as the unnamed casino for Dennis Farina's character Jimmy Serrano's base of operations.

Imperial Palace - References - Netflix