Las Vegas continues to open up after dealing with the coronavirus pandemic for a year. Capacity in casinos is now up to 50%. Restaurants and bars can now seat up to 50% of the listed capacity. While there’s a limit to how many people can attend large gatherings, venues may submit plans to offer seats for up to 50% capacity. More shows are opening and the Vegas Golden Knights are allowing fans to attend games. Even dayclubs and nightclubs are opening for warmer days and more fun nights. Most importantly, more casinos are reopening operations all day, every day.
The seasons are changing and so is the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens display. The new arrangement is called “Springtime Celebrations Around the World.” While the Lunar New Year display focused on Asian culture, these floral creations represent springtime celebrations in The Netherlands, England, Thailand, and the United States.
Luxury casinos in Las Vegas usually renovate their hotel rooms every six or seven years. MGM Resorts recently announced that it will renovate the majority of the hotel rooms at Bellagio. The timing lines up perfectly as Bellagio rooms were renovated in 2015. Add six years to that date and you’re in 2021.
We’ve been covering Virgin Hotels Las Vegas (Virgin) since the project was first announced in 2018. The property was supposed to open in 2020 but delays have pushed it back. Construction at Virgin has been moving forward through the coronavirus pandemic. The company says it will open in Spring 2021. Virgin hasn’t revealed a specific opening date just yet but it appears as though Virgin is targeting April.
One of the biggest casino-resort deals of all time in the US was recently announced. Las Vegas Sands Corp. announced that it has entered into definitive agreements to sell its Las Vegas real property and operations. The deal includes The Venetian, The Palazzo, and the Sands Expo and Convention Center. Together, these entities make up “The Venetian.” The real estate and operations of the property added up to an aggregate purchase price of approximately $6.25 billion.
Las Vegas pool season is the real deal. There are experiences for every person, mood, and age. We recently highlighted the Las Vegas dayclubs and pool parties opening for the 2021 pool season. Today we’re going to look at the pools for everyone to enjoy at the different MGM Resorts Las Vegas properties. Altogether there are more than 10 different pool environments at properties that fall under the M Life Rewards loyalty program.
Las Vegas dayclubs and pool parties will be opening around the same time as usual this year despite coronavirus still spreading around the country. The first Las Vegas dayclub and pool parties will be ready for visitors on March 5.
The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas has launched an all-new loyalty program. Much like the new Wynn Rewards program, The Venetian’s Grazie Rewards was designed with every guest in mind. Grazie Rewards provides its loyalty club members with more ways to earn access and benefits than ever before. Grazie Rewards are based on the total amount of money spent throughout the property (including The Palazzo). Spending money at slot machines, table games, hotel, food, and beverage outlets, and retail all go towards earning rewards.
It’s been almost a year since Las Vegas casinos were forced to close. The closures were an effort to help slow the spread of coronavirus. Most properties on the Vegas Strip reopened last June. However, some casinos had to reduce hours or close due to a lack of demand. MGM Resorts will be bringing three Vegas Strip back online for the 24/7 service so many have come to love and expect.
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