The All-Suit Rio Hotel and Casino has been reopened in Las Vegas this week after having been closed since the advent of the coronavirus pandemic around 9 months ago. It has come as some of the resorts on the strip of Las Vegas are still closing their hotel towers due to the low demand.
Las Vegas Reopens Rio Casino Amid
Initiating on Wednesday, the Rio is granting hotel room bookings per day through Jan 3. After that, the casino-resort will keep room reservations from Thursdays to Mondays following the statement on the website of Caesars Entertainment.
The gaming platform will stay open throughout the week. Rio is also providing a self-parking service. Any kind of valet service is off the limit for now. Among all the latest amenities at the platform is a William Hill self-service betting sportsbook.
On Tuesday, Rio’s first day of reopening, entertainers, executives started handing out cookies and around 20, 000 frozen turkeys to employees of Caesars Entertainment. This connectionless holiday offer is available through Thursday.
The Rio is regarded as the final property of Caesars Entertainment to reinitiate in the Valley of Las Vegas.
On the Vegas Strip, all casinos and hotels are being back in their operations. The Strip has included almost 20 major resorts in an almost three-mile stretch. From the northern end’s Sahara to the southern end’s the Mandalay Bay, the Strip has covered most casino-resorts. The only notable point is the Strip is beyond the Las Vegas city limits.
Though the Strip’s resorts have opened once again, almost twelve resorts have limited all their operations. The shift was evoked by a COVID-19 related slump in tourism.
In Las Vegas downtown, most prime hotel-casino is opened. However, the Main Street Casino, Brewery, and Hotel have not reopened. The Boyd Gaming company is expecting its reopening again in the next year.