As casinos in Las Vegas begin to reopen, Caesars Entertainment Corp has revealed that Caesars Palace and the Flamingo will be the first of its properties to open. The two facilities will stop paid self-parking for the time being, after they are back in business. The Strip properties will comply with directives regarding the reopening process from Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak as well as the Gaming Control Board and public health officials.
Details of Reopening:
Caesars has already started to accept bookings via its website, beginning yesterday afternoon. Dates for booking start on May 29th. Caesars Palace and Flamingo will provide lodging to guests along with dining. Visitors will be able to use the outdoor swimming pools as well as table games and slots on the gaming floor. All of these amenities will be subject to social distancing protocols.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal…
Caesars Entertainment will reopen Harrah’s Las Vegas next along with the gaming floor of The Linq Hotel. The timing of the reopening will be based on customer demand. Caesars is expecting that retail and dining outlets of the Linq Promenade will open as well as the High Roller Observation Wheel.
Other properties in Las Vegas are expected to reopen as well, including gaming and dining facilities based on the demand of customers. CEO of Caesars Tony Rodio stated that reopening Las Vegas will take place in a phased approach and it will be a significant milestone for the company as the country continues to emerge from the necessary closure period.