If you look carefully, you can find this at the southwest corner of the UNLV campus:
I can’t recall a time when this still served as a water feature — something that’s out of the question nowadays — and it would have lost its sponsorship circa 2005, when the Hilton and Caesars brands were cleft apart by Harrah’s Entertainment’s acquisition of the latter. The (deliberate?) neglect suggests a corporate anachronism that’s been hidden like the batty old uncle in the attic. It’s one of the few tangible reminders of the half-dozen years or so during which Hilton Gaming peeled Caesars off from Starwood Resorts, then became Park Place Entertainment and then, briefly, Caesars Entertainment, before Hilton devoured the whole thing in one great, oligopolistic gulp.