A Marriott spokeswoman confirmed the hotel chain “recently reached an amicable settlement with the hotel’s owner that has resulted in Marriott exiting the project.”
“Immersive Van Gogh,” a moving artistic experience, has overtaken the top level of Crystals.
It may be hard to imagine now, but during the ’90s, Maryland Parkway was the center of alternative culture in Las Vegas. For a few magical years, it was the home of poets, musicians and artists.
Resorts World Las Vegas looks to fill its 3,500 rooms with a new marketing campaign featuring hotels.com pitchman Captain Obvious touring the new Strip resort.
Go. See. Play. Do. Here are ten things to do in Las Vegas this week.
Neon, the Review-Journal’s weekly entertainment and activities section, returns Friday for the first time since the Strip came to a screeching, pandemic-related halt in March 2020.
Construction crews working on the $1.9 billion MSG Sphere at The Venetian will continue to install the exterior LED lighting system and begin work on interior features of the venue.
Juhl, the iconic 344-residence, loft-style condominium community that spans an entire city block in downtown Las Vegas, has received approval from Fannie Mae to offer financing options.
The Strip last weekend delivered a pair of great showmen within a horseshoe’s throw of each other — George Strait at T-Mobile Arena and Brian Newman at NoMad Library at Park MGM.
Shaquille O’Neal calls his event, simply, ‘The Event.” Justin Bieber, Imagine Dragons and Snoop Dogg will be in the mix.