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Which Las Vegas casino hotels will reopen on June 4


LAS VEGAS – The pandemic has turned Nevada’s top tourist destinations into deserts of uncertainty.

But the holidays will resume here next week.

June 4 is the first day Nevada casinos can reopen after being closed.

Here’s what we know about how casino hotels are planning to reopen in Nevada. The RGJ will update this list as more information becomes available:

Las Vegas resorts and casinos

MGM Resorts

MGM Resorts will reopen four properties on June 4:

  • Bellagio
  • New York, New York
  • MGM Grand
  • Signature

The company has revealed that it won’t open all the hotels at once, but instead will start with two or three aimed at different traveler budgets.

At Bellagio, the famous fountains will be lit.

The Conservatory will open with a new exhibition of Japanese spring gardens entitled “Travel to Japan: The Magic of Kansai”.

Lounges such as the Petrossian Bar and restaurants like Prime, Lago and The Mayfair Supper Club will also reopen.

The pool and a selection of cabanas – along with a lounge and fitness center – will be open and available.

Sidewalks and walkways near the MGM Grand

AT New York, New York, the Big Apple roller coaster will roll again.

Guests will also find a variety of bars, restaurants and shops, including Tom’s Urban and Hershey’s Chocolate World.

The swimming pool and fitness center will open with a selection of cabanas available to guests.

AT MGM Grand and Signature, bars and lounges as well as casual and gourmet dining venues including Craftsteak and Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill will be open.

Cabanas will be available next to part of the pool. The lounge and fitness center will be available to hotel guests.

Caesars Entertainment

Rather than opening all properties at once, the chain will first welcome guests to Caesars Palace and Flamingo Las Vegas.

The doors will open on June 4th.

Both Caesars Palace and Flamingo will offer hotel rooms, restaurants and access to swimming pools, as well as slots and table games.

Harrah’s Las Vegas will open its doors a day later on June 5.

Wynn Resorts

Wynn and Encore on the Empty Las Vegas Strip on April 9, 2020.

Luxury properties on the Wynn Resorts Strip will reopen on June 4.

Following the unprecedented COVID-19 shutdown, the long-awaited reopening will come during phase two of Nevada’s “Roadmap to Recovery” plan.

“We are ready to provide our guests with a full Las Vegas experience with a collection of luxury amenities and unparalleled service,” Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox said in a statement Wednesday.

Both Wynn and Bis the hotel towers will open at the same time.

In addition to gourmet restaurants, lounges and restaurants, two 24-hour casinos will welcome customers for table games, slot machines and sports betting seats.

Swimming pools, private cabanas, porch decks will also reopen, as well as commercial plazas, beauty salons, fitness centers, a hair salon and a spa.

Wynn’s 18-hole golf course will reserve tee times

Sands of Las Vegas

Las Vegas Sands Corp.  owns properties such as The Venetian and The Palazzo.

Both Venetian and Palace will reopen at 9 a.m. on June 4.

Guests will find a redesigned Venetian pool deck inspired by the Italian Riviera and featuring the largest private cabanas on the Strip.

There will also be a new poolside cafe – Spritz.

These cocktail bars and restaurants will also reopen:

  • Mott 32
  • sixth + mill
  • that of Matteo
  • Black Tap Burgers and Craft Beers
  • CUT by Wolfgang Puck
  • The Dorsey
  • Electra

Station casinos

Station Casinos' Palms Casino Resort

Station Casinos also plans to reopen the casinos one minute after midnight on June 4:

  • Red rock
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Santa Fé station
  • Boulder Station
  • Palace station
  • Sunset station
  • All Wildfire properties

Fiesta Rancho, Fiesta Henderson, and Texas Station do not accept reservations.

Station Casinos will delay opening Palm trees, Fiesta Henderson, Fiesta Rancho and Texas Station until the data reveals how business is faring in the wake of COVID-19.

Boyd Gaming

Fremont Hotel, Aliante, Gold Coast, Sam’s Town, Suncoast, Orleans and California Hotel will open at 12:01 am on June 4th.

“We are optimistic that we will be able to reopen most of our properties within the next few weeks,” Boyd CEO Keith Smith said in a press release, “and we look forward to providing our customers a safe and enjoyable entertainment experience “.

The Strat

# 48: The Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower in Las Vegas.

The North Strip resort, formerly known as the Stratosphere, will reopen on June 4.

The cosmopolitan

The Las Vegas Cosmopolitan denies that OJ Simpson was vilified in November 2017 when employees banned him from the property, and a celebrity news site reported that the former football hero on parole and inmate for armed robbery were drunk, disruptive and unruly.

The cosmopolitan reopens June 4, according to the establishment’s website.

Sahara las vegas

Sahara las vegas will reopen at 10 a.m. on June 4.

Reno Resorts and Casinos

Atlantis will reopen on June 4.

Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is accepting reservations for stays from May 29, but the company’s plans will be subject to announcements from the governor’s office regarding reopening measures.

The Peppermill Resort Spa & Casino is closing by order of the Nevada Gaming Control Board on March 18, 2020.

The pepper mill will reopen it June 4.

The hotel-casino will implement extensive security training and also test its employees before reopening. Peppermill employees will be required to wear masks at all times, with guests also encouraged to do so.

Sparks Resort and Casino

The nugget casino at Sparks announced Thursday that it will resume operations soon, with additional health and safety protocols amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Lake Tahoe Resort and Casino

Large windows frame the view of Lake Tahoe at the Lone Eagle Grille at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe.

The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe also announced that it would resume hotel operations on June 4.

“We could not be happier to welcome our customers and our community once again,” the hotel-casino said on its Facebook page: and will take enhanced measures to ensure your safety and well-being on site.

Contribution: Jason Hidalgo, Reno Gazette Journal.

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