Jill St. John (wearing a black wig) co-starred with Connery as Bond Girl Tiffany Case. She was an excellent Bond Girl. I'd rank her way up there in the top three (the other two being Daniela Bianchi, who played Tatiana Romanova in 1963's From Russia with Love and Diana Rigg, who was Tracy Di Vicenzo in 1969's On Her Majesty's Secret Service). Not only was she a Bond Girl, she was a Sinatra girl as well. I'd rank her up there with Ava Gardner and Natalie Wood as far as being a Sinatra girl...
...but this post is supposed to be about locations, not femmes fatales.
The Tropicana Hotel and Casino (where James Bond stays in Las Vegas)
Whyte House Hotel (actually the Las Vegas Hilton, formerly the International Hotel)
The Riviera Hotel and Casino (casino interiors - James Bond meets Plenty O'Toole and wins $50, 000)
Circus Circus (James Bond and Tiffany Case at casino with trapeze artists)
Freemont Street (now an "Experience") was featured during the film's Vegas car chase. Filming had to have taken place in the wee small hours of the morning. It would be impossible to shoot those same scenes today. Frequently serving as the action's backdrops were the Golden Nugget, the old Mint (which was absorbed by Binion's Horseshoe in 1989), and the iconic cowboy of the Pioneer Club:
The Landmark Hotel (now demolished) was used for exterior elevator scenes.
Have I mentioned that Jill St. John plays Bond Girl Tiffany Case yet?
If you liked this post, you might also like the one I did about the original Ocean's 11, Eee-O-Eleven.