The PokerNews Team has come to Las Vegas from all over the U.S. and the world to bring you coverage from the 2010 World Series of Poker. We are staying in a beautiful Las Vegas Country Club Estates just off the strip, leased from Corporate Mansions.
Corporate Mansions is owned and was started by Bill Lyons after investing in luxury Vegas Mansions and leasing to celebrities, sports athletes and executives who were looking for a comfortable home to entertain family and guests rather than a penthouse hotel suite on the Las Vegas Strip. ..[READ MORE]
The PokerNewsTeam has come to Las Vegas from all over the U.S. and the world to bring you coverage from the 2010 World Series of Poker. The Hard Rock isn’t housing our entire team. Some members are staying in a beautiful neighborhood just off the strip, leased from Corporate Mansions.
Corporate Mansions was started by Bill Lyons after investing in luxury Vegas Mansions and leasing to celebrities, sports athletes and executives who were looking for a comfortable home to entertain family and guests rather than a penthouse hotel suite on the Las Vegas Strip. The PokerNews house, called the Tuscany Estate, is a six-bedroom, 6,300-square-foot home right on a golf course. It has cathedral ceilings, a huge kitchen, a dining room and living room separated by a fireplace wall, and a massive backyard porch with a pool and spa.
Corporate Mansions also has other properties in Vegas such as the Elvis Presley Mansion, across the street, which is the home of Elvis’ manager Col. Tom Parker, who lived there for 15 years and where Elvis sometime stayed while performing at the Hilton. It’s a fully furnished 6,500-square-foot home on the golf course, has an enormous pool with a waterfall, and a grotto, perfect for prop betting with buddies about who can emulate Hugh Hefner’s lifestyle best…[READ MORE]
Travel / Las Vegas
Big-baller stays just off the Strip
Yesterday’s stars and today’s Vegas don’t seem like they would mesh: Frank Sinatra wouldn’t ride rides at the Stratosphere, Sammy Davis wouldn’t catch Criss Angel shows, and Elvis wouldn’t have a standing gig at Circus Circus…unless they threw in ham! Since you can’t enjoy the old big-timers’ trappings, at least stay in their houses, thanks to Corporate Mansions… [READ MORE]
December 6, 2010
Corporate mansions offers luxury homes for rental by wealthy clientele
BY CAITLIN MCGARRY
For wealthy executives and high-profile celebrities who seek the luxury of Strip resorts without the constant chaos, Bill Lyons has developed a solution: Corporate Mansions. The entrepreneur, who got his start in the beauty pageant business, has snapped up some of the valley’s ritziest homes to rent out to A-list clientele for thousands of dollars per week.
Lyons moved to Las Vegas in 2003 and purchased a mansion in one of the city’s older, more glamorous neighborhoods near the Strip. He decided to buy up real estate in the gated community, and then began persuading fellow investors to purchase luxury homes, too, offering to rent out the mansions to cover the cost of buying them. Lyons and his business partners now own 25 mansions in five neighborhoods in Las Vegas and are branching out to Los Angeles, San Diego and Miami… [READ MORE]
by PARTY POKER CODE
For the 2010 World Series of Poker (WSOP) PokerNews is doing everything just to give you the freshest updates in Las Vegas. On the other hand, other players are making the most of their stay in the Corporate Mansions.
It begun with Bill Lyons right after he invest in the fabulous Vegas Mansion offered to celebrities, sport enthusiast and etc. in the modern days, the PokerNews house or the Tuscany Estate is a six-bedroom 6,300-square-foot home right on a golf course. Speaking about the Corporate Mansions, it also owns some properties like Elvis Presley Mansion… [READ MORE]
Posted by: Susan Stapleton on May 21st, 2010
While Vegas has its fill of the latest and greatest, you can still find old school Vegas treasures right out of the Rat Pack era if you know where to look. You can always take a trip to Downtown Vegas and the Fremont Street Experience to check out the Golden Gate, the oldest hotel in the city. Or traipse through the Flamingo or the Tropicana before its renovations are complete on The Strip for a taste of old Vegas. But we like the idea of staying in a home owned by the celebrities of Vegas’ past. Enter Corporate Mansions and its collection of vintage homes with fabulous past lives.
There’s the Elvis Presley Estate, where the King flopped while he played the Las Vegas Hilton in the 1970s. The two-story, 6,500-square-foot home overlooks the Wynn and Encore. Look for memorabilia from the King himself, a grotto and waterslide-equipped pool. Snag this baby for $6,950 a week with $190 a week in utilities.
Or for something smooth, try the Dean Martin Retreat, the very home he lived in during the early 1980s. The four-bedroom 3,400-square-foot home greets you with a 40-foot cathedral ceiling. The master bedroom has its own private patio and a fireplace…[READ MORE]