Designer Flamingo Las Vegas Merchandise For Sale

Tuesday, 08 September 2020 by Blog Category: Everything Vegas.

In 2017, Caesars announced it was going to explore licensing its brand names to products and hotel companies. Caesars even hired some big-name licensing people to take on the task. Slow forward to 2019 when the company announced Caesars Republic Scottsdale. When construction is done it will be Caesars’ first US non-gaming hotel.

Downtown Container Park

Thursday, 03 September 2020 by Blog Category: Downtown - Old Vegas and Everything Vegas.

When we think of Las Vegas our attention is usually focused on the casinos and activities available inside the properties. Sometimes there’s a need to go outside and get some fresh air. These relaxing moments with a drink, bite, a cup of coffee, or whatever can set up the day and night in Las Vegas.

Eating and Drinking Outdoors At The Linq

Tuesday, 01 September 2020 by Blog Category: Everything Vegas and Food.

This is one of the best times to eat and drink outdoors when visiting Las Vegas. During the summer we shared some places to dine al fresco on the Vegas Strip. The middle of July and into early August is probably my least favorite time to be outside in Las Vegas. It’s just too hot for me but that’s a personal thing. With COVID-19 spreading, the information was helpful for many looking for a place to grab a bite in Las Vegas in the fresh air.

Help Save Sigma Derby

Friday, 28 August 2020 by Blog Category: Downtown - Old Vegas and Everything Vegas.

Sigma Derby has a small but incredibly passionate fanbase. The coin-operated horse racing game that was introduced in 1985, only exists in only one casino in the US. The D Las Vegas is the only casino that still has a Sigma Derby game in the country.

Resorts World Gets Boring

Thursday, 27 August 2020 by Blog Category: Everything Vegas.

Resorts World Las Vegas continues to take shape. The casino-resort recently revealed plans for “The Theater.” The still under construction Integrated Casino on the north end of the Vegas Strip recently received approval by the Clark County Commission necessary to move forward with constructing a passenger station and tunnel that will connect to the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) campus.

Viva Las Office at MGM Resorts Las Vegas

Friday, 21 August 2020 by Blog Category: Everything Vegas.

MGM Resorts recently introduced a Work-From-Vegas package. The “Viva Las Office” deal features luxury accommodations at Aria or Bellagio, comfortable workspace, resort perks, and air travel partnership with JSX. This package comes on the heels of Wynn and JSX announcing a similar deal that’s geared towards regional leisure travelers looking for an escape.

The Gallery Tower at Downtown Grand is now accepting room reservations for guests visiting beginning Tuesday, Sept. 22. It’s entirely possible you forgot about the expansion at Downtown Grand. The announcement came around the same time as Circa Resort & Casino announced it would start construction in January of 2019.

Non-Gaming Hotels In Las Vegas

Thursday, 13 August 2020 by Blog Category: Everything Vegas.

Returning to Las Vegas will be different for just everyone. There will be some looking to enjoy Sin City the way they used to. Others will approach Las Vegas without jumping back in head first. That’s okay, there are so many ways to enjoy Las Vegas.

Circa Las Vegas Bars & Lounges Announced

Friday, 07 August 2020 by Blog Category: Everything Vegas.

The casino floor and most venues at Circa Resort & Casino will open for the first time on October 28. The hotel will open a couple of months later in December. Just about everything will be available for visitors except the hotel rooms when the first casino-resort built from the ground up in downtown Las Vegas since 1980 is ready for the public.

Caesars Entertainment Merger Complete

Wednesday, 05 August 2020 by Blog Category: Everything Vegas.

The merger of Caesars Entertainment and Eldorado Resorts is finally done! It took more than a year to complete after the deal was announced in June 2019. The companies had to get approval from the gaming commission of every state where it has a casino as well as the Federal Trade Commission before finalizing the deal.