Las Vegas is constantly changing. Keep up to date with some of these recently announced changes:
STATION CASINOS LAUNCHES NEW APP
Station Casinos has officially launched a new app called STN Mobile. The new app allows guests to check this account status, redeem offers directly from their phone, find their favorite games, link to games of their choice, and receive jackpot alerts. The app also allows guests to easily access other Station Casinos apps like STN Charms, STN Cash, Marker Trax, and STN Sports. Guests who download the new app receive 10,000 bonus points which can be used for things like free slot play and cash; and those guests who download the app and login by October 31 also have the chance to win up to $10,000 in free slot play.
USHER TO HEADLINE 2024 SUPER BOWL HALFTIME SHOW
Grammy-winning artist Usher will perform at Las Vegas Allegiant Stadium during the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show presented by Apple Music. “It’s an honor of a lifetime to finally check a Super Bowl performance off my bucket list. I can’t wait to bring the world a show unlike anything else they’ve seen from me before,” Usher said in a statement. “Thank you to the fans and everyone who made this opportunity happen. I’ll see you real soon.” Usher has been performing his vast collection of R&B hits at his most recent Las Vegas residency. The Super Bowl will air on CBS on February 11, 2024.
FONTAINEBLEAU SETS OPENING DATE
Fontainebleau will officially open its doors on Wednesday, December 13. In anticipation of the opening, the property has opened reservations for those looking to book a stay at the property. Reservations can be made online on their website. Construction on the 67-story Fontainebleau Las Vegas began in 2007 amid the U.S. real estate bubble and was expected to open in October 2009, but work stopped when it went bankrupt during the Great Recession. The property changed ownership hands multiple times – Marriott International bought the property in 2018 and rebranded it “The Drew” before Fontainebleau Development bought it back in 2021. The property is currently hiring over 6,000 workers ahead of the December opening.
VENETIAN UNVEILS NEW HIGH-LIMIT GAMING LOUNGE
A new high-limit gaming lounge debuts on the Palazzo casino floor at The Venetian this fall. The gaming lounge will span 15,000 square feet and include two distinctive curated spaces, one dedicated to table games (18 tables, including baccarat, blackjack, roulette, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, and craps) and the other to high-end popular slots (67 slots with some games offering jackpots exceeding $2 million). The lounge will also include a bar, cashiers, restrooms, and private casino host access. Self-pay will be available on all games for expedited jackpot payments.
VEGAS GOLDEN KNIGHTS UNVEIL NEW STREAMING PLATFORM
The Vegas Golden Knights unveiled details about the team’s new streaming platform – KnightTime+ – that will make 69 regular-season games for the 2023/24 season, plus the first round of playoffs, available online. A full season pass will cost $69.99 while individual games can be purchased for $6.99 each. The team’s six preseason games will be available on the platform as a free trial. Streaming games on KnightTime+ will only be available in the Golden Knights’ broadcast territory. KnightTime+ can be found on iOS, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku.
CHICAGO-STYLE PORTILLO’S LOOKING TO EXPANDS TO VEGAS
Portillo’s, the fast-casual chain that serves Chicago-style hot dogs, beef and sausage sandwiches, pastas and shakes, is looking to expand to Las Vegas. Exact details on when or where a new location could open have not been shared. Portillo’s currently has 77 full-scale restaurants in 10 states, including six in the metro Phoenix area and two in Southern California.
GORDON RAMSAY-THEMED RAGE ROOM OPENING DOWNTOWN
Fans of Gordon Ramsay can experience the iconic chef in a new way when a themed rage room opens in downtown Las Vegas on September 30. The rage room is themed after the hit show “Kitchen Nightmares” and allows fans to “smash away their aggravation with Kitchen Nightmares-branded bats, small kitchen appliances, rolling pins, liquor bottles, vases and more”. While demolishing dinner plates and glasses, Ramsay’s voice “explodes throughout the experience, encouraging maximum breakage”. In addition to the rage room, fans can throw chefs’ knives at a bullseye – similar to traditional axe-throwing.
PIRATE-THEMED BAR OPENING IN ARTS DISTRICT
A new pirate-themed bar is opening in the Arts District in October. The Stray Pirate Tropical Cocktails & Effects will transport guests to a “thrilling undersea world where their ship came to rest on the sea floor”. Award-winning bartender Christopher Gutierrez will be at the helm of operations and cocktail creations, bringing his talents seen across many downtown locations, including Oak & Ivy, Corduroy, and Atomic Liquors.
WYNN & ENCORE UPDATE PARKING POLICY
Effective September 27, Wynn & Encore reinstated self-parking fees for non-resort guests. The daily parking fee is $20 per day with the first four hours free. Valet parking is $40 per day. Self-parking remains complimentary for registered guests and Wynn Rewards members in certain tiers.
CHERI ROOFTOP LOUNGE OPENING AT PARIS
This fall, Chéri Rooftop Lounge launches in the former Château Nightclub at Paris Las Vegas. The lounge will be nestled beneath the curving base of the replica Eiffel Tower and will feature a garden-themed terrace of more than 9,000 square feet. Chéri will also feature a lounge, an antique spiral staircase, chandeliers, plush banquettes, French wines and creative cocktails, and nightly entertainment. The lounge will be open nightly at 8 p.m.
TOURNAMENT OF KINGS: ‘TWAS THE KNIGHT
The popular holiday tradition “Tournament of Kings: ‘Twas the Knight” will return to Excalibur Hotel & Casino this holiday season for another winter wonderland themed celebration. Performances will run from November 22 to December 25. Get your tickets now.
BOURBON ST. PARADE
Bourbon St. Parade, the high-energy bar experience paying homage to the rich history, culture, music and spirit of New Orleans, has announced it will open on the Las Vegas Strip this fall. The first-of-its-kind destination will feature all-day, every-day live New Orleans music, a cocktail program deeply rooted in NOLA heritage and a lively, “come-as-you-are” atmosphere celebrating New Orleans’ beloved traditions.
ENCHANT CHRISTMAS RETURNS TO LAS VEGAS BALLPARK
Enchant Christmas returns to the Las Vegas valley with an all-new light maze adventure, Santa’s Magic Time Piece, where guests can wander the World’s Largest Christmas Light Maze, searching for the missing pieces of Santa’s Magic Timepiece in order to save Christmas! Also new this year, Enchant Christmas is asking people to submit their best holiday song renditions — originals or covers — for a chance to win cash and a chance to record the song professionally! (Submissions accepted September 26 through October 31) The immersive experience will fill the Las Vegas Ballpark with joyful seasonal celebrations and decorations from November 24 to December 31.
ZOO STATION: A U2:UV EXPERIENCE
Zoo Station: A U2:UV Experience launches at the Venetian on September 28. Zoo Station is a 12,000 square foot interactive exhibit that includes a retrospective of Anton Corbijn’s photography and videos, a pop-up shop with exclusive merchandise, and a Zoo TV Cinema — an intimate theater where films, including rare and unreleased concert footage, will screen daily. The exhibit is intended to serve as a central destination and hub for fans where they can view exclusive U2 content and immerse themselves in the band’s musical and creative history. The entrance to Zoo Station is located in the Venetian’s Waterfall Atrium and is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Admission to Zoo Station is free, except for special film screenings in the Zoo TV Cinema.
CELEBRATING 70 YEARS AS THE WEDDING CAPITAL OF THE WORLD
On Sunday, September 3, Las Vegas celebrates their status as the globe’s most desirable wedding location. Vegas was first recognized on September 23, 1953 as the “Wedding Capital of the World” by the London Daily Herald. The special celebration pays tribute to love and marriage as well as the more than 5 million couples who have married in Vegas. It takes place at Caesars Palace and includes brunch, a mass wedding vow renewal and an original vintage Vegas musical production titled “Las Vegas Will You Marry Me”.
BELLAGIO OPENS NEW COCKTAIL CLUB
Bellagio‘s new cocktail club – The Vault – opened August 28 but getting inside isn’t easy. You can’t make a reservation on a website and there’s no markings on the door. Access is by invitation or by checking availability on their Instagram page. The Vault offers specialty cocktails that range in price from $50 to $100, vintage cocktails made with spirits from the mid-1900s, and a variety of foods. The cocktail club is daily open from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.
COSMOPOLITAN TO END FREE PARKING FOR HOTEL GUESTS
Cosmopolitan is eliminating free self-parking for casino guests. Beginning September 20, the luxury resort will begin charging parking fees for most overnight guests (they ended free self-parking for non-hotel guests in June 2021). The Cosmopolitan’s website states “registered hotel guests are subject to applicable self-parking rates for stays that begin on or after 9/20/23”. The website also indicates that Identity Rewards members at the Sterling or above status will continue to receive free self-parking. When the MGM Rewards program is implemented at the Cosmopolitan on February 1, 2024, MGM Rewards members at the Pearl or above status will qualify for free self-parking.
LISA VANDERPUMP OPENING A THIRD RESTAURANT IN VEGAS
Lisa Vanderpump’s premiere eatery, Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, is located at Caesars Palace and her second hotspot, Vanderpump à Paris, is located at Paris Las Vegas. The former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s newest restaurant will be located inside the Flamingo. Renderings of the restaurant show an elegant space with plush pink banquettes, golden tables, tiered chandeliers in pale green, golden sculpted palms, hanging flora, a front bar faced in glowing pink, and a back bar formed from golden Palladian arches and from marble in black, gold and green. The space will also feature flamingos in homage to the property.
PETER LUGER STEAKHOUSE OPENING THIS FALL
Last year Caesars Entertainment announced that Peter Luger Steakhouse would make its first American foray outside of New York. Now, the 135-year-old restaurant is expected to open at Caesars Palace in October and bring its flagship dry-aged porterhouse to the Vegas Strip for the first time. Peter Luger will boast classic furnishings with wooden floors, leather-upholstered chairs, soft pendant lighting, and wooden and metallic textures on the ceiling. The style aims to evoke the Brooklyn location’s Bavarian beer hall aesthetic with exposed brick and industrial windows. The 8,700-square-foot restaurant will be located near Mr. Chow and promises to incorporate the same old-world sensibilities that made Peter Luger a classic. The steakhouse is accepting reservations in advance of their fall opening.
RESORTS WORLD ADDING CO-OP FROSE & EATERY
Resorts World is opening the latest location of the fast-growing Co-op Frosé & Eatery which features a twist on a Las Vegas staple – the frozen alcoholic beverage – by offering frozen wine, along with an upscale breakfast and lunch menu. The shop will offer about eight to 10 frosés at a time from a rotating seasonal menu of 50 flavors and will also serve creative sandwiches, offer bottled rosé in partnership with Tarpon Cellars of Napa Valley, and supply slushies to room service. Co-op Frosé & Eatery will also have a kiosk on the resort’s casino floor and an Airstream trailer offering its frozen wine at the Resorts World pool.
CIRCUS CIRCUS ADVENTUREDOME CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY
Circus Circus celebrated the 30th anniversary of its Adventuredome. According to a media release, the five-acre Las Vegas Strip amusement park welcomed its first guests on August 23, 1993, and has since welcomed more than a million visitors a year. Over the last three decades, the park has continuously evolved with new rides, games and entertainment offerings. In celebration of the milestone anniversary, Circus Circus is offering lower prices across all its entertainment offerings through Labor Day.
POPSTROKE GOLF EXPERIENCE COMING TO LAS VEGAS
PopStroke, which is partnered with Tiger Woods and Taylormade, is set to open in Las Vegas in Q1 2024 and will feature two 18-hole putting greens, a two-story restaurant, multiple bars and an outdoor beer garden with games like corn hole and foosball. Located on 3 acres, PopStroke will be located in Town Square on the corner of South Drive and South Main Street. This will be PopStroke’s first spot in Nevada.
SPHERE ENTERTAINMENT PROPOSES LONG-TERM AGREEMENT WITH NV ENERGY
Sphere Entertainment Company announced that it has proposed a long-term agreement to maximize renewable power for Sphere in Las Vegas, and has submitted a 25-year agreement with NV Energy. If the agreement is approved by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada, it will provide the highest amount of dedicated solar power available to Sphere. As part of the agreement, Sphere is maximizing the amount of green power serving the venue but using a renewable and battery storage resource that is being developed by NV Energy. The Sphere was designed for high standards of sustainability and to minimize energy consumption – the venue’s LED screens use the most energy-efficient lighting available today and the venue’s heating and cooling system avoids wasteful reheating. Sphere Entertainment estimates that approximately 70 percent of its power will be from dedicated solar and battery resources.
NEVADA TESTING NEW “TICKET IN, BONUS OUT” GAMBLING MACHINE TECHNOLOGY
Gold Country Inn & Casino in Elko, Nevada is launching a trial of a new gambling machine ticket technology developed by Acres Technology called “ticket in, bonus out,” or TIBO. With the traditional “ticket in, ticket out” (TITO), a customer puts money into a machine and receives a ticket upon cash out that can be put into another machine or redeemed at the cage. With TIBO, the system predicts when the customer is close to the end of their session and then prints a ticket that gives them bonus spins. TIBO can be personalized in any way a casino sees fit to offer all sorts of rewards and play incentives. The system is being hyped as a way to generate more revenue for casinos.
OPENING DATE SET FOR DURANGO RESORT
Station Casinos announced it has set an opening date for its new property in the southwest Las Vegas Valley. Durango Casino & Resort will open its doors on Monday, November 20. Durango Resort will offer tourists and locals an exceptional gaming experience, personalized hospitality, premier restaurants, and convenient access along the I-215. The resort will feature over 200 hotel rooms, convention and meeting spaces, a resort pool with cabanas, outdoor social areas, 15 restaurants, including four signature outlets and a food hall, and free parking.
THE COSMOPOLITAN SET TO JOIN MGM REWARDS LOYALTY PROGRAM FEBRUARY 1, 2024
MGM Resorts announced that the Cosmopolitan will transition from its Identity loyalty program to the MGM Rewards loyalty program beginning February 1, 2024. Identity members will receive communications prior to the integration with detailed information about the transition to MGM Rewards. Until the transition, Identity members may continue to play and earn with Identity and their earnings will be recognized when determining their MGM Rewards Tier Status in 2024. Beginning in February 2024, all MGM Rewards members will have the ability to earn and use MGM Rewards Points, Slot Dollars and Tier Credits across their experiences at the Cosmopolitan, including the resort’s incredible array of accommodations, dining, entertainment, slots and table games.
SWINGERS CRAZY GOLF COMING TO LAS VEGAS STRIP
Swingers ‘crazy golf’ is a UK concept that mixes cocktails with music, street food, and mini golf. It is set to open its first Las Vegas location at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in 2024. The space will comprise 40,000 square feet, three floors, and no fewer than five golf courses. Swingers is calling the location its “flagship” and promises an immersive, sensory-rich experience that will introduce Sin City to the concept of the English-style “country house.” Swingers began a decade ago in an East London warehouse and opened its first U.S. location in Washington, D.C., in 2021. The brand’s 1920s aesthetic, Instagram-friendly golf courses and adults-only vibe make it an ideal night out for millennial and Gen Z crowds in search of sharable experiences.
WHATABURGER COMING TO LAS VEGAS STRIP
Texas favorite Whataburger is bringing their delicious food to the Las Vegas Strip this fall. According to the restaurant chain, The two-story restaurant will be located next to Parry’s Pizzeria & Taphouse − also set to open this fall − adjoining the Waldorf Astoria hotel and will be open 24/7. The restaurant will mark the burger chain’s entry to its 15th state.
VENETIAN AND PALAZZO TO END FREE PARKING
The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, which includes the Venetian, Palazzo and Venetian Convention & Expo Center, confirmed that all three locations will end free self-parking later this summer. Complimentary self-parking will be available for members of the resort’s Grazie Rewards program at the premier level and above, and complimentary valet parking will remain available for rewards members at the elite level and above.
MGM AND MARRIOTT LINK LOYALTY PROGRAMS
MGM Resorts International and Marriott announced a partnership to link their loyalty programs. Under the deal, MGM guests in the United States can earn Marriott Bonvoy rewards points and Bonvoy members can in turn have access to 17 MGM properties when they spend their points. The partnership seeks to capitalize on frequent or business travelers who can be fiercely loyal to certain hotel brands in an effort to rack up rewards. Those loyalty programs drive business and help differentiate competitors at a time when travel is continuing to rebound from the pandemic. Bonvoy has more than 180 million members. Currently, if Bonvoy members want to use their reward points for a stay on the Las Vegas Strip, their only hotel option is the Cosmopolitan which MGM bought in 2022. However, when the new partnership launches this fall, Bonvoy members will be able to redeem their rewards at 12 additional resorts on the Strip and five more MGM resorts nationwide.
NEW OWNERS RESTORE SIEGFRIED & ROY’S FORMER HOME
The family who bought Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn’s original Las Vegas home are putting in as much as $1 million in renovations and furnishings. George Carden and his son, Brett, paid $3 million for the home and have no plans to turn the 2-acre estate into an overnight rental but instead are focusing on renting it out for weddings, corporate gatherings, celebrations and other events. They would like to open the home for tours if possible. Known as the “Jungle Palace”, the Valley Drive home served as Siegfried and Roy’s residence when they performed at The Mirage from 1990 to 2003 and kept many animals on-site. The Jungle Palace main home was built in 1954 and measures 8,750 square feet. It has two bedrooms, two full baths, two partial baths and an indoor Jacuzzi. The site also has three guest houses ranging from 1,600 square feet to 1,900 square feet and three pools. The property has water features throughout, skylights, a bird sanctuary and animal enclosures.
PENN & TELLER EXTENDED AT RIO THROUGH 2026
Penn & Teller’s long-running show at the Rio Hotel & Casino Las Vegas has once again been extended. According to a news release, Dreamscape has extended the legendary magic and comedy duo’s show through the end of 2026. Penn & Teller have been performing at the Rio for nearly 23 years making their “record-breaking Las Vegas show the current longest-running headliners in Las Vegas history”.
ARISTOCRAT GAMING BRINGING NFL-THEMED SLOTS TO VEGAS
Aristocrat Gaming will debut NFL-licensed, league-themed slot machines on casino floors this fall which will provide slot players with the ability to engage with their favorite NFL teams. And, football isn’t the only sport on Aristocrat’s radar. The Australian-based manufacturer — which has an office in Summerlin — has also entered into a sponsorship deal with the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix, as the official slot machines of the November event. The multiyear sponsorship will grant Aristocrat a private hospitality suite and presence at the race, through signage and potential activations.
‘ONLY MURDERS IN THE BUILDING’ ESCAPE ROOM COMING TO THE STRIP
Hulu’s hit series ‘Only Murders in the Building’ stars Steve Martin, Martin Short, and Selena Gomez – a trio of amateur sleuths who binge true crime podcasts. To mark the release of Season 3, Hulu is sponsoring a limited-time escape room experience in Las Vegas in association with The Escape Game. Fans can take part in their own episode of Only Murders escape game on August 18 – 20, 2023 at The Escape Game Las Vegas in the Caesars Palace Forum Shops. There will also be an online version of the experience for those unable to make it to Vegas.
OSCAR’S STEAKHOUSE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Effective July 4, Oscar’s Steakhouse, located inside the Plaza Hotel & Casino, is open 7 days a week from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Named after former mob attorney and city of Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman, Oscar’s is an award-winning steakhouse that offers a unique Las Vegas dining experience thanks to its classic ambiance, memorabilia displays, handcrafted cocktails and delicious menu featuring diverse cuts of beef and classic seafood options.
MIRAGE TIGERS HAVE BEEN RELOCATED
After more than 30 years as an attraction at The Mirage Secret Garden, the exotic cats once owned by longtime Las Vegas performers Siegfried & Roy have been relocated to two sanctuaries in Oregon and Texas. WildCat Ridge Sanctuary in Scotts Mills, Oregon and In-Sync Exotics in Wylie, Texas now house the cats where they will continue to receive the same quality of care they received at The Secret Garden. The closure of The Secret Garden was announced as part of the transition of The Mirage to new ownership under Hard Rock International.
FASHION SHOW MALL’S GREEN INITIATIVES
The Fashion Show Mall’s green initiatives include reliance on solar energy, examining its water usage and establishing a new fleet of electric vehicles. In 2016 the mall installed 3,600 rooftop solar panels that produce about 11% of the power used by the mall annually. In June, the mall purchased its first electric vehicle to be used for security. The Hyundai Kona will charge overnight at one of the mall’s 10 charging stations, which were installed in 2019. The mall is also looking at its water usage which is roughly 80 million gallons of water per year, and is considering the option of using recycled graywater for the air conditioning system; however, this is not a certainty at this point.
BEST COMEDY SHOW ON WHEELS
Get ready to laugh all night with Smiley Joe Wiley and the crew in a comfortable 25 passenger luxury motor coach fully equipped with lights, music and entertainment. Complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are provided and all shows are customized to be clean, spicy or adult. Shows are Monday through Sunday at 7 p.m. The experience is 90 minutes. Pick up is located at MGM Grand Hotel.
DREAMSCAPE PARTNERING WITH WORLD-RENOWED ARCHITECTS TO RENOVATE THE RIO
Dreamscape Companies is partnering with four world-renown architectural and design partners – Fettle, Gianpiero Gaglione Interior Design (GGID), Lifescapes International and Marnell Architecture – to renovate the Rio Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. Dreamscape’s multi-year redevelopment of the resort includes a full refresh of the 2,500 guest rooms, casino, convention space and poolside amenities, and will also include the design of several new food and beverage concepts.
MICHAEL JACKSON ONE BY CIRQUE DU SOLEIL CELEBRATING 10 YEARS
Michael Jackson ONE debuted at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on June 29, 2013, and after 10 years and more than 4000 performances, the show is one of the best-selling shows in Vegas. The dedication to craft that defined Michael Jackson’s career is apparent in every aspect of the show, from monumental songs and dance, to groundbreaking music videos, to his unmistakable influence on the world of fashion. With an electrifying fusion of acrobatics, dance, and visuals that embody the showmanship of the King of Pop, Michael Jackson ONE continues to astound and inspire visitors from around the world.
BEATLES LOVE BY CIRQUE DE SOLEIL TO CONTINUE THROUGH 2024
Cirque du Soleil announced that their production The Beatles LOVE will continue to perform at Mirage Hotel & Casino through at least 2024. The show is continuing through a partnership with Hard Rock International which will be transforming the Mirage property into a Hard Rock resort. The Beatles LOVE performs Tuesday through Saturday at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Tickets for performances in 2024 will be on sale in the coming weeks.
AREA15 OPENS NEW ARCADE BAR
Area15 has added another bar to its 20-acre complex – Asylum Bar + Arcade features a mix of 32 classic and new arcade games, 12 pinball machines and four pool tables. The new venue matches the theme of Area15’s other neon, blacklight bars with brightly-colored murals and lighting, but is unique in that Asylum allows guests under 21 daily on the bar’s first floor from opening until 9 p.m. The bar’s second floor is only accessible for guests of legal drinking age. Asylum plans to host a lineup of local DJs and video gaming meet-ups for tourists and locals to enjoy. Asylum is open Sunday through Thursday from 12 p.m. to 12 a.m., and Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 2 a.m.
NEW HOTEL NEAR ALLEGIANT STADIUM GETS GREEN LIGHT
A new hotel project located just south of Allegiant Stadium has received the green light from Clark County commissioners. Nuance Las Vegas from New Angle Development will be located at the corner of Polaris and Quail avenues, and will include a 19-story hotel tower with 340 rooms, a restaurant, a day spa, a ballroom and a convention hall. Levels 2 through 5 will include the parking garage with 521 spaces. A dining area and cigar bar will be located on Level 9, and a rooftop bar with a kitchen will be on the 19th floor. The hotel will not feature any gaming or entertainment.
RESORTS WORLD LOOKING TO ADD A CONVENTION CENTER
Officials with Resort World Las Vegas have submitted plans to add a convention center to the property. The convention center would be located on the westside of S. Las Vegas Boulevard, E. Sammy Davis Jr. Drive and the north side of Genting Boulevard.
MGM RESORTS LAUNCHES NEW STREAMING/VIDEO/PHOTO POLICY
MGM Resorts has rolled out a new Streaming/Video/Photo policy that attempts to strike a balance between people capturing content and infringing on the gameplay or privacy of fellow players. The new policy provides certain allowances for table game players – people can text if it doesn’t hold up the action, briefly talk on their phone if they are not part of the current round, and take pictures of their own hands. Content creators will also be able to stream the gameplay if they get approval to do so beforehand. Patrons will still not be allowed to leave a device on the gaming table for an extended time period or take pictures of staff, gaming equipment and fellow players.
NEVADA GOVERNOR SIGNS OAKLAND ATHLETICS STADIUM BILL INTO LAW
Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo has signed a bill establishing $380 million in public funding which will go toward the new stadium for MLB’S Oakland Athletics in Las Vegas. The team will now begin the process of applying for relocation. The Athletics reached a binding agreement with Bally’s Corporation, along with Gaming and Leisure Properties (GLPI), to build a stadium on Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue. The new ballpark is expected to accommodate nearly 30,000 fans and bring in 2.5 million spectators annually. A formal signing ceremony will be announced in Las Vegas in the coming weeks.
DAILY HOTEL ROOM CLEANINGS
Nevada Governor Joe Lombardo signed a bill making pandemic-era daily hotel room cleanings no longer required. Cleaning standards will return to the way they were prior to the pandemic.
DINO SAFARI: A WALK THRU ADVENTURE
Din Safari is a dinosaur-filled experience where you can get up-close-and-personal with larger-than-life animatronic dinosaurs and the most fascinating, fan-favorite prehistoric inhabitants. It’s located at the Horseshoe on the lower level next to The Cabinet of Curiosities. Hours are Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets start at $22.
HYPROV AT HARRAH’S
A new production “Hyprov: Improv Under Hypnosis” opened for previews at Harrah’s. Created and hosted by “Who’s Line is it Anyway?” star Colin Mocherie and master hypnotist Asad Mecci, HYPROV! is a combination of hypnotic suggestion and chaotic improv that’ll have you laughing out loud for the entire show. Each show is completely unique, which means that you’ll experience new jokes, situations, and laughs every time you visit. Tickets start at $35.
Award-winning chef Bobby Flay is introducing a new French concept at Caesars Palace in late 2023. BRASSERIE B by Bobby Flay will offer delicious and distinct French-inspired dishes for brunch, lunch and dinner.
FLANKER KITCHEN & SPORTS BAR opened at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on June 10. The third iteration of Carver Road Hospitality’s acclaimed Flanker brand, the 8,445-square-foot restaurant and bar offers a dynamic new viewing experience for sports fans.
GUY FIERI’S CHICKEN GUY! is now open inside the Forum Food Hall at Caesars Palace. The restaurant features chicken tenders brined in fresh lemon juice, pickle brine and buttermilk and infused with fresh herbs. Guests can also order grilled or fried chicken — in sandwiches, straight-up on skewers or in meal-size salad bowls. Chicken Guy! is open daily from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 4 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Chicken Guy! is the fourth restaurant Fieri has opened with Caesars Entertainment in Vegas.
GUY FIERI’S FLAVORTOWN SPORTS KITCHEN is now open at the Horseshoe Las Vegas. Guests can enjoy Guy’s iconic and delicious food at Flavortown Sports Kitchen while watching their favorite team. The venue sports more than 30 TVs, including a 32-foot video wall, and a decorative wall made of reclaimed wood flooring from a basketball court. For a unique viewing experience, visitors may enjoy the MVP lounge with two leather couches and two LED screens for group gatherings. Located next to the Caesars Sportsbook desk at the Horseshoe Las Vegas, Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Sports Kitchen is open Sunday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 7 a.m. to midnight.
FINAL THREE MIRAGE DOLPHINS RELOCATED
The last three Atlantic bottlenose dolphins (Huf-N-Puf, Coco & Lady Ace) from Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage have been relocated to Coral World Ocean Park’s Sea Sanctuary in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The sanctuary is a first-of-its-kind ocean habitat that offers nearly two acres of swim space and specially designed areas for animal healthcare. Before The Mirage dolphins arrived, Coral World already had seven dolphins in its sanctuary. Three additional dolphins (Karli, Sofi & Osborne) were relocated to SeaWorld in February when the Mirage’s Dolphin Habitat closed after Hard Rock purchased the property from MGM Resorts International.
EA SPORTS ANNOUNCES F1 23 GAME
EA Sports is releasing it’s F1 23 driving simulation game on June 16. The new game will include the new Las Vegas Grand Prix circuit and will offer players the first opportunity to virtually race at the Las Vegas circuit ahead of the inaugural Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023 in November. A recently released trailer for the game shows the Strip from a flying vantage point, and that the names of the Strip’s famous hotels have been changed – Bellagio is the Hotel Nevada and Caesars Palace is the Plaza Hotel.
STRANGER THINGS STORE IN VEGAS
Netflix has brought “The Upside Down” to Las Vegas with the opening of Stranger Things: The Official Store on May 26. The Official Store features exclusive merchandise and interactive photo opportunities – fans of the show can explore recreations of “Stranger Things” locations, such as Joyce Byer’s house, the Starcourt Mall and Vecna’s attic; get up close to a Demogorgon; or play games at the Palace Arcade. The store is located inside the Showcase Mall on the Strip, and is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
INSPIRADA CASINO & RESORT APPROVED
A new casino and resort has been given the go-ahead in Henderson, following unanimous approval from Henderson City Council. The plans for the Inspirada project include 80,000 square feet of casino space, 600 hotel rooms, four restaurants, a food court, a bowling alley, and a movie theater. In addition, planners are working with city staff to identify trail connections to the property. The new resort will create 1,700 permanent jobs and generate an estimated $479.1 million in economic benefits to the surrounding community.
CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT PLANNING A NEW ICASINO APP
Caesars Entertainment announced plans to launch a standalone iCasino app in the third quarter this year. The app will have increased game content, new proprietary offerings and real-time marketing capabilities. A title for the new program has not been shared, but company officials indicated that it would be separate from its Caesars Sportsbook app.
VEGAS LOOP TO BE EXPANDED
Clark County Commissioners approved an expansion of the Vegas Loop – an underground tunnel system beneath Las Vegas that shuttles passengers via Tesla vehicles. The expansion will add 25 miles to the network and allow for 18 new stations that extend the tunnel network out from the Las Vegas Strip corridor. The proposed expansion would increase the underground transport system to 65 miles of tunnels underneath Sin City, helping people reach more casinos, retail zones, the University of Nevada Las Vegas campus and residential areas.
OAKLAND ATHLETICS CHANGE PLANS
After re-evaluating their financial circumstances, the Oakland A’s have reached a new binding agreement with Bally’s Corporation to build a $1.5 billion stadium on the current site of the Tropicana Las Vegas casino. The deal would reportedly see the Tropicana demolished to allow the A’s to construct a 30,000-seat stadium. Bally’s would construct a 1,500-room hotel and casino across from the stadium, separate from the ballpark. This new agreement reportedly undoes the “binding” agreement the A’s previously announced where the club was to purchase 49 acres of land near the Strip from Red Rock Resorts. Why are the A’s changing course? The A’s struggled to get a proposal in front of the Nevada legislature to approve a tax bill that would give the team a $500 million tax credit. This new deal will reportedly see the $500 million tax bill reduced to $395 million. While the site and scope of the Athletics’ stadium plans are changing, their timeline still has them breaking ground in 2024, with a planned opening date in 2027 or 2028.
PARADOX MUSEUM OPENING
The Paradox Museum – the world’s most extraordinary collection of mind-twisting and eye-tricking exhibits, where nothing makes sense, but everything is real – opens on the Las Vegas Strip in June. The 11,000-square-foot destination includes 90 engaging exhibits combining the fun of exploring brain-bending illusions with the science of paradoxes. The museum is located at 3767 S Las Vegas Blvd.
The BELLAGIO DINNER BUFFET is back. The buffet will be open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 5 to 9 p.m. A special culinary experience called “The Italian Grill” is planned for each Wednesday evening that includes a selection of Italian specialties, including Pistachio-Crusted Lamb, Rosemary Brisket and an all-you-can-drink package featuring house wine and draft beer.
The PLANET HOLLYWOOD RESTAURANT & BAR inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace has closed after nearly 30 years on the Strip. The restaurant initially opened in the Forum Shops in 1994. In 2012, it relocated into a 9,200-square-foot space on the mall’s third floor. The restaurant was known for its casual dining and the celebrity memorabilia that covered the walls.
The famous late-night and early-morning Las Vegas diner, the PEPPERMILL RESTAURANT & FIRESIDE LOUNGE, returns to 24-hour on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays on June 1. Following the all-hours weekends, Monday through Thursday, it will resume its normal hours of 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. The restaurant stops seating an hour before closing, so get there before 10 p.m. if you want a table Monday through Thursday. At 50 years old, the Peppermill is an icon on the Las Vegas Strip, known for its appearances in movies like “Casino,” and its immaculate vintage Vegas neon interior.
Liberace, the bedazzled pianist, was not only a great showman but a good chef too. He founded the restaurant, TIVOLI GARDENS, on May 16, 1983. Tivoli Gardens was known for Liberace’s international cuisine, its star-patterned lights, piano-fashioned and British pub-styled bars and mirrored walls. The restaurant was sold in 1986, shut down in 2011 but is reopening at its original location at 1775 East Tropicana. The opening coincides with events recognizing Liberace’s 104th birthday.
DONUT BAR in downtown Las Vegas is closing its doors after seven years. The shop was known for tasty creations, including The Homer and the Grilled Cheese Donut, and was named the best donut shop in Nevada by Travelocity in 2018. Donut Bar officials said Carl’s Donuts will be taking over the space.
OAKLAND ATHLETICS PURCHASE LAND FOR STADIUM IN VEGAS
The Oakland Athletics have begun the process of moving to Las Vegas. Team president Dave Kaval confirmed that the Athletics have signed a binding purchase agreement for a piece of land near the Las Vegas Strip to build a new baseball stadium with the intention of relocating to the city. While the agreement covers only the land — a 49-acre plot one mile north of Allegiant Stadium and one mile west of T-Mobile Arena at Dean Martin Drive and Tropicana Avenue owned by Red Rock Resorts — the club intends to build a $1.5-billion, 35,000-seat stadium with a partially retractable roof. The club intends to open the new stadium in Las Vegas in time for the 2027 season. The move which has been endorsed by MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred will be the first relocation by an MLB team since the Montreal Expos moved to Washington, D.C. in 2005. Las Vegas will be the fourth city to host the Athletics, which began as the Philadelphia Athletics in 1901, before moving to Kansas City in 1955 and Oakland in 1968.
CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT ADDING HOTEL TOWER TO PARIS LAS VEGAS
Caesars Entertainment has unveiled plans to renovate the Jubilee Tower at Horseshoe Las Vegas and integrate it into Paris Las Vegas with a new name, Versailles Tower. An investment exceeding $100 million, the Versailles Tower will feature a new exterior and interior, 756 redesigned luxury guestrooms and a pedestrian bridge connecting the Versailles Tower to the existing Paris resort. The enhanced rooms in the Versailles Tower at Paris Las Vegas are expected to be complete in late 2023 with the pedestrian bridge to follow in early 2024.
DOWNTOWN ROCKS FREE CONCERT SERIES RETURNS TO FREMONT STREET
Fremont Street Experience, the six-block entertainment district located in historic downtown Las Vegas, is ready to rock the heart of downtown this summer with the return of its epic free concert series, Downtown Rocks. This year’s Downtown Rocks lineup is filled with legendary fan favorite bands, including Smash Mouth, Soulja Boy, The All-American Rejects, Gin Blossoms and so many more. Show dates are May 28; June 3, 17, 24; July 1 & 15; September 2, 16, 23 and October 28.
CATHEDRALE OPENS AT ARIA
Cathédrale Restaurant honors the legacy and DNA of the original Cathédrale, located in New York City. Cathédrale’s elemental, ingredient-driven menu, helmed by Tao Group Hospitality’s Chief Culinary Officer Ralph Scamardella and created by Executive Chef Jason Hall features coastal cuisine influenced by the regions of France, Spain, Italy and Greece. Each dish is carefully crafted and presented with the utmost attention to detail, ensuring that every element of your meal is a delight to the senses. Stimulate your senses at Cathédrale, which features mesmerizing architecture and design details to admire while you enjoy your meal. Cathédrale opened May 1.
GOLDEN MONKEY TIKI LOUNGE OPENED AT RESORTS WORLD
The Golden Monkey Tiki Lounge provides a modern take on the classic Tiki bar concept and transports guests to an elevated retreat filled with vibrant colors and playful décor as they enjoy island-inspired cocktails such as the Jungle Bird, Scorpion, and photo-worthy punch bowls. The stunning venue also features golden monkey statues that sit perched above the bar. The Golden Monkey Tiki Lounge replaced the Genting Palace Lounge.
NEW ATTRACTION – PLAY PLAYGROUND
Somewhere between climbing trees and climbing the corporate ladder, we forgot how important it is to play. So the Luxor is bringing play back. Come jump into a 13,000 square-foot immersive wonderland of games and attractions. Meet, drink and compete with your friends in more than 20 colossal games that make you feel like you are inside your own game show. Family friendly by day. Adults only by night. PLAY PLAYGROUND is for anyone and everyone who wants to have a good time. It’s perfect for birthday parties, bachelorettes and company outings.
LUKES LOBSTER first opened its doors in NYC in 2009 and is now bringing their Maine lobster rolls to The Park next to New York-New York beginning on April 13. Lukes Lobster will operate from a custom-crafted shack made from a shipping container.
WAHLBURGERS has arrived at the Shoppes at Mandalay Place, replacing the former Burger Bar. This is Wahlburgers second Las Vegas location – the first location is in the Grand Bazaar Shops at Horseshoe. The menu includes their signature burgers inspired by family recipes.
The Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino has been renamed BAKKT THEATER in a partnership with the cryptocurrency company founded in 2018. According to the news release, the collaboration between Caesars and Bakkt includes plans to allow Caesars Rewards members the ability to redeem their Rewards Credits through Bakkt Crypto Rewards, pending regulatory approval. No upgrades or renovations to the theater have been outlined in the new partnership. Over the past decade, Zappos Theater, and before that Axis Theater, has hosted headliners Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Backstreet Boys, Shania Twain, Pitbull, Gwen Stefani and John Legend. Keith Urban and Miranda Lambert are currently performing at the theater.
The Mirage recently announced that their new comedy series, CENTER STAGE COMEDY, will replace Aces of Comedy. Comedy headliners such as Jim Jefferies and Wayne Brady will help kick-off this new chapter at the Mirage.
DISCOSHOW COMING TO LINQ HOTEL
Spiegelworld, the producer of “Absinthe”, announced that construction is underway on the Glitterloft Theater – the home of its next Las Vegas Strip production – “DiscoShow” – which will premiere in the summer of 2024 at the LINQ. The theater will include a transformative live entertainment space, bars and a diner. “DiscoShow” is based on “Disco Demolition Night,” a 1979 promotion by a Chicago rock radio announcer, Steve Dahl, who encouraged rock fans to turn up to Comiskey Park to add their disco vinyl records to a pile that he would blow up between White Sox games. After the stunt, thousands of people stormed the field and a riot ensued, ruining the field and fueling a backlash against dance music.
BELLAGIO TRANSFORMING SPA TOWER ROOMS & SUITES
Bellagio Resort and Casino revealed details about the $110 million transformation of the 819 guest rooms and 104 suites within its luxurious Spa Tower. The Spa Tower suites will feature sophisticated design elements, custom furnishings and art influenced by high Italian style and couture, and color palettes that draw inspiration from the natural vibrancy of Lake Como and the Alps. The Spa Tower guest rooms will mirror the Bellagio Tower’s recently redesigned rooms. The transformation is slated for completion in October, with the first collection of rooms available for guest stays beginning in July.
MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL LAUNCHES MGM RICHES
MGM Resorts International launched MGM Riches, the companies’ first custom slot experience that can be played both online via BetMGM and as a traditional slot game at MGM Resorts properties throughout the U.S. MGM Riches is a multi-denomination, multi-level progressive slot game offering players two themes – ‘MGM Riches Triple Ruby’ and ‘MGM Riches 5x Sapphire.’ Both Triple Ruby and 5x Sapphire include fixed symbol multipliers, a free spin bonus that can multiply winning combinations up to 10X or award a jackpot, and symbol-triggered progressives. MGM Rewards and BetMGM Rewards loyalty members can earn Tier Credits with each spin.
STATION CASINOS LAUNCH STN CHARMS
Station Casinos announced the debut of STN Charms, an all-new non-fungible token (NFT) casino loyalty rewards program available at all its properties starting March 31. STN Charms provide guests with a new and innovative way to enhance their gaming experience with approachable and personalized NFT Charms that level up in luck as guests win. With multiple ways to earn Charms, guests can collect them all. New Charms will drop each month, and each Charm is distinguished in three ways: by category (lucky penny, shamrock, horseshoe, panda), by one of five rarities determined by their scarcity (common, uncommon, rare, epic, and legendary) and by luck level, which is the value associated with the guest’s winnings while the Charm is active on the slot machine. The STN Charms website will enable players to view their Charms and even buy, sell or browse from a catalog. All Station loyalty members are automatically enrolled and receive the debut shamrock Charm, an NFT displayed on the slot machine’s service window when a player cards in.
NEW SPOT FOR PICTURE PERFECT VEGAS PHOTOS
The city of Las Vegas and the parent company of The STRAT opened an elevated, concrete observation deck at the 80-foot Gateway Arches in the North Strip. The platform offers visitors a safe place to take photos without the danger of being hit by a car. The platform fits approximately two dozen people at one time. The city’s public works department is able to surveil the deck in real time over video, and will help maintain the deck as they do other public property.
CIRQUE DU SOLEIL CELEBRATES 30 YEARS IN LAS VEGAS
In 2023, the world-renowned entertainment group, Cirque Du Soleil, celebrates significant milestone anniversaries for three of its Las Vegas resident productions: Michael Jackson ONE at Mandalay Bay marks 10 years in June; “O” at Bellagio celebrates 25 years in October; and Mystère at Treasure Island, the show that started it all, commemorates 30 years in December.
PROPER EATS FOOD HALL NOW OPEN AT ARIA
Proper Eats Food Hall is now open on the promenade level of ARIA Resort & Casino. Offerings include Judy Joo’s Seoul Bird, Wexler’s Deli, Shalom Y’all, Egghead, Temaki, Easy Donuts, Proper Bar and Laughing Buddha.
COSMOPOLITAN DIVE IN MOVIES
Beginning on May 22 through to September 11, The Cosmopolitan will show movies on their 65-foot digital marquee from their rooftop pool. The movies will be shown every Monday with doors opening at 7 p.m. and the movie starting at 8 p.m. General admission for the movies is $15 ($10 for locals) with complimentary admission for hotel guests, loyalty club members, first responders and military members. To see the movie schedule or purchase tickets, visit The Cosmopolitan website.
BOTTLED BLONDE COMING TO THE VEGAS STRIP
One of the nation’s top nightlife companies, Arizona-based Evening Entertainment Group (EEG), is bringing Bottled Blonde to the Las Vegas Strip. The standalone, 25,000-square-feet, $50M entertainment venue will span 4-stories and feature a full-service restaurant and open-air rooftop lounge. It will be a hub for sports, entertainment and nightlife, and exclusive to this location, Bottled Blonde Las Vegas will also boast Zuluma, an all-new concept tucked into the third floor. Bottled Blonde will open in late 2024 at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, next to the Horseshoe and directly across from the Bellagio. Blake Shelton and Ryman Group’s Ole Red will serve as Bottled Blonde’s neighbor.
CAESARS INTRODUCES REWARDS TRAVEL BUNDLE
Caesars Entertainment introduced the Caesars Rewards Travel Bundle which enables guests to bundle their vacations, including airfare, in one package. Customers can purchase their flight and hotel accommodations on Caesars.com or through the company’s call center. Platform users earn Caesars Rewards credits which can be used across its North American portfolio or online with the Caesars Sportsbook and iCasino apps. The bundling platform currently only offers commercial air and hotel room booking in Las Vegas. Later this year, it’s expected to expand to other U.S. properties. It’s also expected to add the ability for guests to reserve a rental car, make OpenTable dining reservations, buy Ticketmaster tickets, and book travel insurance, pool reservations, sportsbook reservations and more. The bundling service is available to anyone but Caesars Rewards program members will receive exclusive discounts.
LAS VEGAS APPROVES F1® PLAN TO SHUT STRIP FOR RACE UNTIL 2032
Formula 1® will light up the Las Vegas Strip November 18 as it hosts a street race around the centre of the city with part of the track incorporating the iconic Strip. The 3.8-mile, 50-lap race will take place at night on a stretch of the Las Vegas Boulevard between Spring Mountain Road and Harmon Avenue. Construction is underway on a building at the intersection of Harmon and Koval Lane that will form the pit and paddock area for the race. An initial three-year contract was signed for the race in Las Vegas, but officials have since approved a plan to host the Formula 1 grand prix for the next 10 years. Las Vegas plans to retain its late-season slot moving forward, hosting the event the week prior to the Thanksgiving holiday in November from 2023 through to 2032.
YEAR-ROUND HORROR EXPERIENCE COMING TO VEGAS
Universal Parks & Resorts, the creators of Halloween Horror Nights – the world’s most popular global Halloween event – is bringing a brand-new permanent entertainment experience to Las Vegas. This original concept will bring to life Universal’s vast library of classic horror films and today’s most terrifying tales. With a variety of unique, immersive, fantastic horror-centric experiences that surround high energy food and beverage spaces by day turned haunting bars and eateries by night, the new concept marks the first time Universal has created a permanent horror experience beyond its theme parks. It will deliver on the thrills and frights its horror fans have come to love and excite anyone looking for a new level of experiential entertainment. The space will also feature a continuously updated experience, must see seasonal events, and one-of-a-kind merchandise. Universal’s new horror experience will be the anchor tenant in a new 20-acre expansion of Las Vegas’ immersive AREA15 entertainment district that opened in September 2020. As plans take shape, more details about the concept will be shared along with the opening date.
GUY FIERI’S SPORTS KITCHEN COMING TO HORSESHOE
Savory food and the ultimate sports-viewing venue are coming to Horseshoe Las Vegas. Guy Fieri’s Flavortown Sports Kitchen opens this summer in the former Burger Brasserie space as part of the resort’s ongoing brand transformation. The restaurant will be a prime destination for guests to watch sporting events while enjoying Fieri’s signature American-style cuisine and bold flavors. Designed by Aria Group Architects, the funky and inviting interior will feature relaxed seating for up to 279, vividly colored murals, a colossal, 360-degree island bar with decorative liquor displays and enough LED screens to satisfy any sports fanatic. For a unique viewing experience or a private event, guests may enjoy a more intimate space in the MVP lounge on game day or for a special occasion.
Other new offerings at Horseshoe include Jack Binion’s Steak, the ARCADE at Horseshoe, the World Series of Poker Hall of Fame® Poker Room, new games throughout a refreshed casino floor, and the new Caesars Sportsbook ticket counter. Horseshoe Las Vegas will continue to welcome additional developments, including a renovated exterior.
WYNN LIVING WELL PROGRAM DEBUTS
Wynn Las Vegas unveils Wynn Living Well, a program that offers guests curated health and wellness experiences at the resort. Designed with flexibility and fun in mind, Wynn Living Well provides a wide range of activities that inject a sense of well-being into each visit. The Wynn Living Well program focuses on three health and wellness pillars: Renew – Promotes relaxation. Options range from a CBD-infused massage or skin-revitalizing facial at the Wynn or Encore spas, to a relaxing caviar-infused scalp treatment at the Wynn or Encore salons. Guests will be further renewed by the retreat-inspired accommodations, featuring premium linens and convenient amenities. Replenish – Provides nourishment to support physical, mental and spiritual wellness. Options include hydration and vitamin IV drip therapies, and aromatherapy massages and oxygen-infused facials at the Wynn and Encore spas. In addition, special Wynn Living Well menus highlight nutritious culinary and drink offerings. Re-energize – Promotes fitness for all fitness levels. Options include an immersive SoulCycle class, a round of golf at Wynn Golf Club, or the chance to stretch, strengthen or reset with a yoga class at the refreshed Fitness Centers at Wynn and Encore. Guests can also partake in Amanda Kloots’ in-room workout videos or book a one-on-one treatment session with a TB12 Body Coach. Co-founded by Tom Brady and his Body Coach Alex Guerrero, TB12 emphasizes muscle recovery and injury prevention through a holistic approach to pliability, nutrition, hydration, movement, and mental fitness to achieve longevity and pain-free living.