List of Reopening Status for Casinos in Las Vegas

On June 4, at the stroke of midnight, Nevada casinos will be given the green light to reopen their doors and welcome back eager guests. The vibrant city of Las Vegas, known for its glitz and glamour, will be among the first to jumpstart the festivities. However, not all casinos will be rushing to open their doors at the same time. Some establishments may choose to delay their reopening until later in the day, while others might be more cautious and wait for the right business conditions to improve before relaunching their operations.

In this rundown, you'll find a comprehensive collection of casinos that have divulged their plans for reopening, including the precise time, if disclosed. Additionally, we've compiled a roster of casinos that won't be opening their doors on June 4th or have yet to make any formal announcements. All the information has been meticulously sorted by region, ensuring ease of reference.

According to my tally, a total of 61 full-service casinos in Las Vegas resumed operations on June 4th.

The reopening of Las Vegas poker rooms is scheduled for June 4th.

The poker rooms at South Point, The Orleans, and Venetian are set to reopen on June 4th, according to confirmed reports. To comply with temporary gaming regulations in Nevada, the number of players in each game will be limited to four. As part of their offerings, Venetian will host four-player winner-take-all no limit Hold'em sit and gos with a $100 buy-in. Cash games will also be available at all three establishments.

Fremont Street Experience

On June 1, Downtown Grand welcomed guests to its newly opened hotel. Come June 3, the bustling Fremont Street Experience will kickstart the day at 9am, inviting visitors to indulge in its vibrant atmosphere. Those seeking accommodation options for the night of June 3 can turn to Golden Gate, Golden Nugget, and The D, as they are now accepting hotel reservations. Additionally, both Golden Nugget and The D will satisfy hungry patrons by providing food and beverage services during this exciting evening.

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The Casinos on Las Vegas Strip.

Reestablished gambling establishments along the iconic Las Vegas Strip

I will provide a unique passage that meets the requirements: Below is a comprehensive list of all the reopened casinos on the Las Vegas Strip. The ones with a time indicated in parentheses were reopened on June 4th, while the ones with a specific date opened later.

As of October 29, Cromwell became the final Las Vegas Strip casino to resume operations, completing the reopening process for all establishments on the iconic strip.

  • Aria (July 1)
  • Bally’s (July 23)
  • Bellagio (10am)
  • Caesars Palace (10am)
  • Casino Royale (12pm)
  • Circus Circus (9am)
  • Cosmopolitan (10am)
  • Cromwell (October 29)
  • Encore (10am)
  • Excalibur (June 11)
  • Flamingo (10am)
  • Harrah’s (June 5)
  • Linq (June 12)
  • Luxor (June 25)
  • The opening hours of New York-New York are at 10am.
  • Mandalay Bay (July 1)
  • MGM Grand (10am)
  • Mirage (August 27)
  • Palazzo (9am)
  • The date of the event at Paris Las Vegas is June 18.
  • Park MGM (September 30)
  • Planet Hollywood (October 8)
  • Sahara (10am)
  • The Strat (8am)
  • Treasure Island (10am)
  • Tropicana (September 17)
  • Venetian (9am)
  • Wynn (10am)

In close proximity to the renowned Las Vegas Strip.

Out of the ten casinos near the Strip that are not on the Strip, six have recently announced their reopening on June 4. Meanwhile, three of the remaining four casinos have already confirmed that they will not be opening at that particular time.

Reopened on June 4

  • Gold Coast (12:01am)
  • Ellis Island (8am)
  • Oyo (Sept 16)
  • Palace Station (12:01am)
  • Rio (December 22)
  • Silver Sevens (10am)
  • The Orleans (12:01am)
  • Tuscany (4am)
  • Westgate (June 18)

No plans for reopening on June 4.

  • Palms

Downtown Las Vegas

On June 4, ten out of the eleven casinos in downtown Las Vegas have announced their plans to resume operations. However, there is one casino that has decided not to reopen at this time.

Reopened on June 4

  • Binion’s (10am)
  • California (12:01am)
  • Downtown Grand (12:01am)
  • El Cortez (8am)
  • Four Queens (10am)
  • Fremont (12:01am)
  • Golden Gate (12:01am)
  • Golden Nugget (12:01am)
  • Plaza (9am)
  • The D (12:01am)

There will be no reopening scheduled for June 4th.

  • Main Street Station

Locals casinos

The opening plans for the larger local casino operators have been confirmed, with specific properties set to open on June 4 and others scheduled for a later date. Obtaining information about the smaller casinos in the yet-to-be-announced section has proven to be challenging. Nevertheless, based on the available information, I anticipate that a number of these casinos will also be opening their doors on June 4. Out of the total of 31 locals casinos, it is worth noting that six of them have decided not to open at this time.

Reopened on June 4

  • Welcome to Alamo Casino - Blue Diamond, open for business starting at 12:01am.
  • Aliante (12:01am)
  • Arizona Charlie’s Boulder (midnight)
  • Arizona Charlie’s Decatur (12:01am) is a popular destination in the lively city of Las Vegas.
  • Bighorn (12:01am)
  • Boulder Station (12:01am)
  • Cannery (12:01am)
  • Club Fortune (9am)
  • Emerald Island (12:01am)
  • Eureka
  • Green Valley Ranch at the stroke of midnight (12:01am)
  • Hoover Dam Lodge
  • Jerry’s Nugget (9am)
  • Jokers Wild (12:01am)
  • Klondike Sunset (12:01am)
  • Lucky Club (12:01am)
  • Longhorn (12:01am)
  • M Resort (8am)
  • Poker Palace
  • Rampart (8am)
  • Railroad Pass (7pm)
  • Rainbow Club (September 16)
  • Red Rock (12:01am)
  • Sam’s Town (12:01am)
  • The arrival time at Santa Fe Station is 12:01am.
  • Silver Nugget (August 7)
  • Silverton (12:01am)
  • Skyline (6am)
  • South Point (8am)
  • Suncoast (12:01am)
  • Sunset Station (12:01am)
  • The untamed and lawless region of the western frontier (12:01am)

No plans for resuming operations on June 4

  • Eastside Cannery
  • Eldorado
  • Fiesta Henderson
  • Fiesta Rancho
  • Texas Station

Mesquite casinos

Mark your calendars for June 4th as Casablanca, Virgin River, and Eureka will all be making their grand debut!

Primm casinos

Buffalo Bill's has closed indefinitely, leaving Primm Valley as the sole hotel option in the immediate future. However, on June 4th, both Primm Valley and Whiskey Pete's casino floors will be open for business.

Terrible's Roadhouse Casino located in Jean

The online presence of Terrible's Roadhouse Casino in Jean has ceased to exist. The company has officially announced that the establishment is indefinitely closed. This property was previously known as Goldstrike.


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  • Station Casinos has made an official declaration that its properties will be accessible to the public from 12:01am on June 4th.
  • Rampart verified an opening time of 10am on June 4th.
  • Silverton has officially approved a starting time of 12:01am.
  • The time of 10am that South Point opens has been included.
  • Oyo sets official reopening date on July 1.
  • Jerry’s Nugget will commence operations at 9am on June 4th.
  • Lucky Club recently revealed its plan to commence operations precisely at 12:01am on June 4th.
  • Caesars Entertainment revealed the start time of 10am for the opening of Caesars Palace and Flamingo.
  • Caesars Entertainment has officially announced that Harrah's will commence operations at 11am on June 5th.
  • Boyd Gaming casinos will commence operations at 12:01am on June 4, as per the scheduled opening.
  • Newly added operating hours: Circus Circus opens at 9am, while Treasure Island opens at 10am.
  • Club Fortune will begin operating at 9am on June 4th.
  • Mark your calendars for the grand opening of Eureka on June 4, the exact time will be announced soon.
  • Venetian modified its opening time to 9am on June 4th, and Palazzo was included in the list of openings, commencing at the same hour.
  • The start time for Ellis Island is 8 in the morning.
  • Plaza officially announced its grand opening at 9am on June 4th.
  • Hoover Dam Lodge has been included in the list of openings on June 4, with the exact time yet to be announced.
  • Railroad Pass has officially declared that it will be open for business on the 4th of June at 7pm.
  • Alamo Casino included in roster of establishments set to open on June 4th.
  • Additional details provided for Mesquite, Primm, and Jean.
  • The opening time for Four Queens and Binion's on June 4 is 10am.
  • Tropicana has been added to the official list of closures due to strong indications that it will not be reopening on June 4.
  • Silver Nugget has officially announced that it will continue its closure.
  • The opening hours for Big Horn and Longhorn are scheduled for 12:01 am on June 4th.
  • Klondike Sunset included in the lineup of new openings on June 4.
  • Casino Royale revealed its plans to open at noon on June 4th.
  • Downtown Grand unveiled a midnight launch on June 4th at 12:01 am.
  • South Point and Rampart modified their operating hours, shifting them from 10am to 8am.
  • Skyline has officially announced that it will be commencing operations on June 4th at 6am.
  • The new opening time for El Cortez has been adjusted from 12:01am to 8am.
  • MGM Resorts anticipates the grand reopening of Excalibur on June 11th.
  • The grand opening of Poker Palace took place on June 4th.
  • Included are the specified dates and operating hours for Linq, Luxor, and Mandalay Bay.
  • OYO postponed its initial launch date, shifting it from July 1 to July 15, and then further delaying it to August 5.
  • Bally's has officially revealed their plans to reopen on July 23.
  • Tropicana disclosed plans to resume operations on September 1.

I ceased making revisions to the bullet points. The information on this page remains valid up until November 12, 2020.