This is not your average haunted house either. Now open, Eli Roth’s $10 million Goretorium will be located on the Las Vegas Strip (across from CityCenter and The Cosmopolitan), right above the Walgreens in the Harmon Corner plaza. Since this 15,000-square-foot attraction is open year-round, it’ll be like celebrating Halloween every day. You don’t have to wait for just once a year for a good scare. And while it’s open all year, those coming during the Halloween are in for an extra special, ghoulish treat.
Featuring a multilevel maze within a mythical hotel and casino The Delmont, the self-guided tour starts at the hotel lobby. After you take an elevator to the upper level, you’ll witness gruesome sights one after the other. The premise is based on deceased, tortured hotel guests and the serial-killing hotel owners behind it all. To add to the frightening experience, you’ll encounter live actors, animatronic frights and special effects in a spooky hotel setting.
“The Goretorium will be a destination for both horror fans and tourists from around the world,” said Eli Roth, the creator of the “Hostel” and “Cabin Fever” movie franchises. “We are creating the most intense live terror experience a person can have, incorporating the latest technology with old-fashioned scares.”
There are 24 rooms of pure gore. If you make it through alive, Eli Roth’s Goretorium will also feature a ’60s-inspired lounge, “Baby Dolls.” Offering a view of CityCenter, the bar includes caged “zombie” dancers and “live feedings.” If you want to take the experience home with you, the Goretorium will have a retail shop full of unique horror memorabilia as well as Bloody Mary’s, a to-go bar. Make sure to check out the chandelier filled with vials of blood. Not for the faint of heart, so leave the little ones at home. To get to Goretorium from the Strip, take the escalators up to the bridge at the Harmon Corner plaza, located right in front of Planet Hollwyood. The entrance will be inside, next to the food court.