The LVH – Las Vegas Hotel and Casino is a hotel, casino, and convention center in Paradise, Nevada, owned by Goldman Sachs and Gramercy Capital, and operated by the Navegante Group. It has 2,956 hotel rooms and 305 suites. Located on 64 acres, it has a 74,000 square feet casino and is also home to the largest sports book in Las Vegas. The hotel left Hilton at the end of 2011 and was renamed as the LVH on January 3, 2012. Like its sister property, ACH Casino Resort, it took on its initials as its new name. On February 4, 2013 it was announced that LVH would be affiliating with Red Lion Hotels. The hotel is located next to the Las Vegas Convention Center and has its own 200,000 sq ft convention center, and a Las Vegas Monorail station.