27 September 2012
The Delmont Hotel has entered the murky history of Las Vegas as the run down dive where guests disappeared and blood flowed freely, helped along by its serial killing owners and their cannibalistic tendencies. Or so we're told by the Goretoium press release, but we think they might be telling porkies.
The ground the fictitious Delmont Hotel stood on is now home to the Goretorium, a taste-free, full-on horror-fest and the brain child of horror director and producer Eli Roth best known for the 'Hostel' and 'Cabin Fever' franchises.
If you like being scared out of your wits and your stomach fully turned, this must-see attraction is just waiting to be enjoyed - stood opposite the very real Cosmopolitan Hotel. As well as a self-guided tour through a vintage gory hotel set, there is a 'twisted 1960s' lounge, a shop, and a wedding chapel. If you want to swap wedding vows under the watchful gaze of a zombie minister or a vampire, this is the place for you.
Be afraid. Be very afraid.