In the film called the Hangover, Ed Helms, Zach Galifianakis, Justin Bartha and Bradley Cooper appears in the reception area of Caesar’s Palace together. The film debuted in 2009, and the hotel recently shared that since then many have booked at the hotel after seeing the movie. People travel from around the world the marketing manager says to book a night in the same suite where the bachelor woke up. The employees say they’re often asked if it is the place where Caesar lived, which is a line from the film.

Hollywood Scenes Creates Traffic to Caesars Casino and Hotel

It shows what a significant impact a little Hollywood scene can have on the popularity of one of the most excellent casino hotels. Still, the film not only benefits the hotel, but the movie also grossed $467.4 million around the world. The quests who demanded the same room as where the bachelor party started includes travellers from Australia to Israel. The film is rated the most successful comedy in history, and millions have seen it. Munch, who works at one of the sister properties of Caesars for over 27 years, compares the film to Rain Man.

Rain Man A Las Vegas Magnet

He says the 1988 film that is also an Academy Award winner, starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise showed the two-level Emperors Suite. For many years’ quests wanted to book the suite that features glass walls from the ceiling to the floor to enjoy the best view of the strip. The Rain Man and The Hangover are not the only two films that got people travelling to famous locations. But the two films that sent the most business to Vegas did get marketers thinking and the film director Charlie Geocoris knows how much revenue such productions bring in.

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Watched by Thousands

Nevada has no incentives for such films yet, but it could all change due to the ongoing business from significant movies. The flow of tourists to Las Vegas is not only because of movies but also television programs such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigations. Over 15.8 million watched the program, and the MGM Grand shared that thousands found their way to the 12,000 square foot attraction.

Pawn Stars Brings the Crowd to Las Vegas

Pawn Stars is the highest-rated show and has more than 5.1 million viewers every single episode. This program draws the masses to the Gold & Silver Pawn business that is on Boulevard South in Las Vegas, daily. At Caesars Palace a night in the room where some of the Hangover scenes take place you pay around $4,000 a night. You might wonder if that includes the tiger, sadly that is excluded from the price. Still, thousands want to pay the price and to have their pictures taken to show they’ve been where the Hangover took place. You don’t have to worry you do leave the room with all your teeth intact, and the apartment offers the most comfortable stay.