MGM Resorts acting CEO Bill Hornbuckle is practicing patience when outlining the return live entertainmetn in his company.
The D Las Vegas and the Golden Gate seemed as busy as usual for a weeknight. The Golden Nugget maybe a little less so. But there was activity for hours in all the casinos.
The D co-owner Derek Stevens says, “I think what we’ve seen in room bookings, it’s going to come back a little bit quicker than we thought.”
Zak Bagans says of his reopening, “I added some new exhibits that are really going to blow people away.”
Most of Circus Circus’ well-known amenities, aside from its buffet, are returning.
The Excalibur will be the next MGM Resorts property to reopen, on June 11, according to a hotel spokesman.
The Mob Museum, not an easy sell when its opening was announced a decade ago, continues to show its resiliency.
Mayfair Supper Club’s return to the present tense will be watched with great interest as shows return under COVID-19 safety directives.
Wynn entertainment director Rick Gray informed members of the production Thursday morning that they would be furloughed.
“The response went through the roof,” the owner of the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate said a day after giving away 2,000 flights to tourists across the country.