Caesars, MGM, Wynn & More Las Vegas Casinos Confirm June 4th Opening


After Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced on Tuesday that hotels and casinos were allowed to open on June 4, several Las Vegas hotels and casinos announced opening dates for their facilities.

Caesars Entertainment said it will resume gaming and hospitality operations at its Caesars Palace and Flamingo Las Vegas hotels on June 4. Several shops and restaurants will also open along the LINQ waterfront,. Following physical distancing guidelines, Caesars Palace and Flamingo will offer accommodation, dining and access to outdoor pools, as well as slot machines and board games.

In addition, on June 4th, Wynn Las Vegas will also welcome guests to their hotel. Newly reopened amenities will include the Wynn and Encore Towers; two round-the-clock casinos with various table games and slot machines, as well as Race & Sports Book; the resort’s full range of restaurants, lounges and informal eateries, including several with outdoor seating on verandas and patios. In addition, the resort has introduced several new social distancing measures, contactless technologies and cleaning protocols.

MGM Resorts International Announces Planned June 4 Openings of Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand Las Vegas and The Signature following the closure of all of its U.S. facilities earlier this year amid the coronavirus crisis. Upon opening, convenience at all facilities will be limited. Additional properties will open at these resorts as demand for destinations grows.

Boyd Gaming also announced that it will reopen nine properties in Las Vegas on June 4, pending final regulatory approvals: Orleans, Gold Coast, San Coast, Aliante, Cannery, Sams Town, Fremont, California and the Jokers. Wilde.

STRAT Hotel, Casino and SkyPod will open on June 4th at 8:00 am. When booking rooms, all customers will receive a discount of up to 45%. Owner of Golden Entertainment, Inc. says the facility has implemented hygiene protocols at every point of contact, as well as other broad health and safety standards.

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