While we’ve already announced that “Eli Roth’s Goretorium” would be opening this September in Sin City, we’ve just now learned of what kind of horror await guests from the mind of the Cabin Fever and Hostel director. I’m excited to finally have another reason to return to Vegas (don’t ever miss out on the Pinball Hall of Fame).
The multi-level maze of frights submerges visitors into the tale of Sin City’s most deadly mythical hotel and casino, The Delmont. The self-guided horror experience begins in the lobby of the Delmont and unveils gruesome and ghastly sights of past hotel guest victims and the serial-killing family behind the deeds at every turn. Employing high-tech Vegas showmanship with old-fashioned scares, the terrifying labyrinth of live actors, animatronic frights and stunning special effects is contained in a vintage hotel setting that rivals Hollywood’s best movie sets.
Located across the street from City Center and The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, Eli Roth’s Goretorium also includes a freaky, 60’s inspired lounge called “Baby Dolls.” Featuring a magnificent view of City Center, the bar will entertain with caged zombie dancers and live feedings. Goretorium also features a one-of-a-kind horror retail shop and a venue for premiere events with a to-go bar called “Bloody Mary’s.”
“The Goretorium will be a destination for both horror fans and tourists from around the world, 365 days a year,” Roth said. “We are creating the most intense live terror experience a person can have, incorporating the latest technology with old-fashioned scares. This will be the premiere haunted experience in the world, filled with all kinds of surprises. I’ve spent years planning this, and all my nightmares are finally coming true. No matter which haunted houses you’ve been through, you have never been through anything quite like the Goretorium.”
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