Asian casino operator Genting Malaysia Berhad has announced that it has decided to add a number of unique attractions to its coming Resorts World Las Vegas facility including a 5,000-seat theater and a 75,000 sq ft ‘nightlife and daylife concept.’
The Kuala Lumpur-listed firm used an official Thursday press release to detail that the $4.3 million venue is expected to open on an 88-acre plot of land located along the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip in the summer of 2021 and was already due to feature a pair of hotel towers alongside a 110,000 sq ft casino and a 30,000 sq ft lake surrounded by a Chinese garden.
But, Genting Malaysia Berhad has now declared that it recently determined to complement such amenities with a scalable theater that will be able ‘to host A-list residencies and corporate events’ as well as the ‘dynamic nightlife and daylife concept’. It stated that these are to moreover be joined by a 50-foot video globe that is to ‘display over 6,000 sq ft of captivating LED content’ alongside even more ‘luxury suites, villas and penthouses’ offering ‘individual lobby experiences, open balconies and a sky casino.’
Scott Sibella, President for Resorts World Las Vegas, used the press release to proclaim that the southern Nevada development is moreover set to premiere with 3,500 guest rooms, 350,000 sq ft of meeting space and a 27,000 sq ft spa. He detailed that the Las Vegas facility will furthermore have a 220,000 sq ft pool complex while its casino is to offer a wide range of slots and gaming tables as well as a dedicated poker room and a 14,000 sq ft ‘entertainment zone’ complete with a sportsbook.
Read a statement from Sibella…
“Our team has been working diligently to perfect the vision for Resorts World Las Vegas and we are excited to begin sharing that concept with Las Vegas and the greater hospitality communities. We believe Resorts World Las Vegas’ unique design and commitment to providing cutting-edge amenities and captivating experiences is the foundation to curating a thoughtful resort experience that aims to redefine the luxury hotel standard in Las Vegas.”