While analysts who cover MGM Resorts International are reluctant to talk about the company’s financial prospects two months after the 1 October massacre, they’re collectively saying MGM stock would be a good addition to a portfolio.
When Gov. Brian Sandoval goes looking for solitude once he’s term-limited out of office next year, there’s a chance you’ll see him at Walker River State Recreation Area, one of three new facilities being preserved that in the future will attract millions of tourists from all over the world.
Las Vegas is in the midst of another upheaval with billions of dollars in investment in new facilities that will bring more conventions, the Super Bowl, the NFL draft — and more tourists — to Southern Nevada, experts said at Monday’s kickoff of the Nevada Governor’s Global Tourism Summit.
When partiers prepare to greet 2018 on the Strip, they’ll see a vanguard of soldiers and police officers — more than the number ever assembled for New Year’s security in previous years.
Wynn Resorts will close its golf course Dec. 22 and begin work Jan. 3 on its newest project, a 47-story, 1,500-room hotel far more elaborate than what Chairman and CEO Steve Wynn initially described for his Paradise Park plan.
The operator of the hotel closest to the Route 91 Harvest Festival grounds not operated by MGM Resorts International said the Tropicana Las Vegas experienced a 35 percent cancellation rate on bookings in the days immediately following the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
Caesars Entertainment’s top executive said his company is seeing a slight downturn in casino play from Asian guests as a result of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting.
A return to normalcy for Las Vegas tourism may still be weeks away, but there should be no long-term effects on tourism to Southern Nevada because of the Oct. 1 shootings.
New Year’s Eve may still be more than two months away, but hotels have in large part finished their planning.
The chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International on Thursday welcomed about 80 wounded warriors and their families to The Mirage for a long weekend of relaxation and entertainment for the 2017 Salute to the Troops.