The company has started preparing for its next phase of reopenings: Excalibur is set for June 11, and MGM President and Acting CEO Bill Hornbuckle hopes to reopen Aria before Fourth of July weekend.
Billboards, TV ads and special promotions are being rolled out by several casino companies to get customers in the buildings when the 78-day casino closure ends Thursday.
Las Vegas casinos are ushering in guests eager to try their luck today, 78 days after resorts were closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Elon Musk’s untested transportation model is being eyed to extend from the convention center to serve Wynn Resorts’ Encore property and Resorts World on the north end of the Strip.
Las Vegas’ jobless rate was by far the highest among major American cities in April, new data shows, underscoring the coronavirus pandemic’s financial carnage in Southern Nevada.
The Excalibur will be the next MGM Resorts property to reopen, on June 11, according to a hotel spokesman.
Everi Holdings Inc., the last gaming company to report first-quarter earnings, had just an 8.5 percent revenue decline in the virus-marred period.
Even as resorts change their plans and say they’re ready to reopen Thursday, visitors from all over the country say they can’t wait to get to Las Vegas for some fun.
Nevada is entering Phase Two of its plan to reopen the state economy with new guidelines for gatherings at church services and the reopening of more businesses.
For some downtown Las Vegas casino operators, Thursday won’t come soon enough.
Monday tours at The Strat and Bellagio provided a sneak peek at what Nevada casinos’ new health and safety protocols will look like.
Despite three nights of demonstrations on the Strip and in downtown Las Vegas, casino operators across the valley say they still plan to reopen as planned on Thursday.
Macao endured its eighth straight month of declining gaming revenue in May and, separately, Las Vegas Sands issued an SEC notice to investors of reduced profits.