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The reopening date for Las Vegas is slated for May 1, marking the initial opportunity for non-essential establishments to resume operations. However, it is worth mentioning that Governor Sisolak has the authority to prolong the closure directive. In my personal estimation, there is a likelihood that the final date could be pushed further to May 21.

From May 1, most Las Vegas casinos have started accepting reservations, which allows them to assess the level of demand and adjust their staffing and procedures accordingly. This way, they can optimize their potential revenues without compromising the quality of the guest experience.

Although the reopening date might be delayed, it is anticipated that the rates will remain consistent once resorts are able to welcome visitors once more.

During the first half of May, the resorts owned by Caesars Entertainment offer consistent rates for both weekdays and weekends. These rates are applicable to their base rooms. Specifically, the weekday rate applies to Monday, May 4, 2020, while the weekend rate corresponds to Friday, May 1, 2020. It is worth noting that the rates for the other weekdays closely mirror that of Monday. Additionally, the Saturday night rate usually matches that of Friday.

In my previous article envisioning the reopening of Las Vegas, I contemplated the possibility of guests making reservations at a hotel that ends up not opening on time, while other hotels under the same company do. If such a situation arises, these guests will be promptly accommodated at a comparable property.

During this period, it's important to note that the rates stated above do not encompass the additional costs of resort fees, which typically range from approximately $25 to $45 per night, alongside any applicable taxes. It is worth mentioning that these rates have been obtained directly from the official websites of the respective resorts. For those who are loyal players at the casino, there is a possibility of securing complimentary accommodations during this timeframe. To ensure you are aware of the available offers or to confirm the details, I recommend checking your personalized offers or contacting your designated host.

Starting from May 1, reservations for all hotels located on both the Strip and downtown are being accepted, with the exception of Binion's and Tropicana, as these two establishments are currently not accepting any form of reservations.

Las Vegas Strip Hotel Rates upon Reopening

  • Aria: $119/$159
  • Bally’s: $45/$45
  • Bellagio: $149/$179
  • Caesars Palace: $99/$99
  • Circus Circus: $16/$42
  • Cosmopolitan: $120/$280
  • Excalibur: $22/$49
  • Flamingo: $45/$45
  • Harrah’s $53/$53
  • Linq: $35/$35
  • Luxor: $32/$59
  • Mandalay Bay: $65/$99
  • MGM Grand: $59/$89
  • Mirage: $65/$99
  • New York-New York: $49/$69
  • Nobu: $129/$129
  • Paris Las Vegas: $75/$75
  • Park MGM: $59/$99
  • Planet Hollywood: $75/$75
  • Sahara: $46/$67
  • Strat: $24/$49
  • Treasure Island: $49/$63
  • Venetian/Palazzo: $119/$172
  • Wynn/Encore: $199/$259

It's interesting to consider how certain luxury resorts command significantly higher prices than others. Perhaps these establishments aim to cater exclusively to guests who can afford their lavish offerings, while also preserving the overall experience for other patrons. It's conceivable that setting a remarkably low price currently could potentially hinder future reservations, especially when rates are bound to escalate in response to heightened demand.

When planning a trip to Las Vegas, it is important to take into consideration the fact that not all amenities at the Strip resorts will be available upon their reopening. To ensure that your desired attractions and activities are accessible during your visit, it is advisable to double-check their availability before making any bookings. Additionally, it is worth noting that flights, particularly those originating from outside the region, may be subject to changes and uncertainties. Therefore, it is recommended to stay updated and be prepared for potential disruptions in your travel plans. On a positive note, many hotels are currently offering a flexible cancellation policy, allowing you to make changes or cancel your reservation without incurring any penalties. It is highly recommended to carefully review the cancellation policy before finalizing your booking, as it can provide you with peace of mind and flexibility in case any unforeseen circumstances arise.

Downtown Las Vegas

  • California: $41/$155
  • Downtown Grand: $30/$80
  • El Cortez: $23/$45
  • Four Queens: $49/$99 (no additional charges)
  • Fremont: $32/$132
  • Golden Gate: $34/$108
  • Golden Nugget: $49/$79
  • Main Street Station: $41/$122
  • Plaza: $40/$155
  • The D: $40/$79