Creating downtown Vegas hotel room photos is a lot of fun for Rick at RCRdigital. Many of these hotels have stayed true to their vintage heritage through property updates over the years. The same styling you would expect in the post modern are visible alongside modern amenities such as gyms, coffee bars, and flat screen TVs. There is strong following to these older hotels and casinos in downtown Las Vegas. While the attractions on the Las Vegas strip attract millions of visitors a year, there are those that yearn for the classic days of Las Vegas.
While many of the drive-up hotels of years past have given way to the super resorts, the El Cortez has stood strong. The El Cortez has stayed true to its roots throughout its long history. Built in 1941 on the fabled Fremont Street in Las Vegas, it was Vegas’ biggest resort at the time. The entire resort was built for $245,000. The hotel was designed by Marion Hicks, an architect from Los Angeles, and was styled in a distinct Spanish motif. The property has gone through several renovations, additions and updates through its life, but has never swayed from the original roots of being a pioneer in classic Las Vegas.
Commercial Hotel Photography
RCRdigital is a full service residential and commercial photography firm that assists real estate agents, property managers, and marketers with marketing their real estate listings and property offerings. Lead photographer, Rick Rowland, has 7 years of experience as a professional real estate photographer exclusively. RCRdigital offers a wide variety of services that serve both residential real estate and commercial real estate. Services include: 3D Matterport virtual tours, aerial photography, property websites, and graphic design services. Contact RCRdigital today for a free consultation.