The Casablanca casino at the Westin Resort, Aruba, is temporarily closed during a casino ownership change. The hotel is not affected. The casino, newly named Palm Beach Casino, Aruba, will reopen in approximately 4 weeks, refreshed and enhanced with many new machines. In the interim, the hotel is working with other area casinos to serve its guests."
Sure. Actually, I have something showing the casino name from every casino they have ever had, except the Merengue.
Here, by location (current hotel in parentheses, if appropriate):
9 LG Smith (Rennaissance): Harbourtown, Seaport
82 LG Smith (Rennaissance): Crystal
101 LG Smith (Marriott): Stellaris
45 JE Irasquin (no affiliated hotel): Alhambra
77 JE Irasquin (Westin): Concord, Casablanca (some things from the hotel listed the casino as the Hilton at one point, but at the same time, most other items listed it as the Casablanca)
79 JE Irasquin (Riu): Aruba-Sheraton, Grand, Hart, Aruba Palm Beach, Palm, Merengue, Centurion, Cool
81 JE Irasquin (Radisson): Aruba Caribbean, Arusino, Carnaval, Masquerade, The Casino
83 JE Irasquin (Occidental): Americana, Palace, Royal Palm, Allegro, Occidental Grand
85 JE Irasquin (Hyatt Regency): Copa Cabana
230 JE Irasquin (Holiday Inn): Holiday Inn, King International, Grand Holiday, Excelsior
250 JE Irasquin (Tropicana): Royal Cabana
250 JE Irasquin (Tropicana): Key Largo
Didn't know there were so many changes, did you? I guess we can also look forward to the possibility of new casinos at the Westin, Key Largo, Royal Cabana, La Cabana, Ritz Carlton and the Bashiri. Maybe, as part of the renovation, they will have chips that show the Occidental name instead of the Allegro (now, only the $5 chip says Occidental). Changes upon changes. That's what makes it interesting!