Las Vegas announces discounted hotel rates starting on June 4th for the reopening.

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Breaking news: Las Vegas casinos will be able to resume operations on June 4, unless any unexpected situation arises.

Hotels in Las Vegas have been grappling with the uncertain timeline of their reopening. Initially, they had planned to resume operations on April 17, but as the situation unfolded, these dates were repeatedly pushed back. This caused a ripple effect, as resorts had to cancel reservations for guests who were looking forward to their visits. The shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic made it impossible to accommodate these bookings. In an attempt to assess the level of interest in their establishments, hoteliers relied on this data.

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Upon returning to the casinos, guests will immediately notice a number of conspicuous changes. The Nevada Gaming Control Board has implemented policies that impose limitations on the maximum number of players allowed at table games. Specifically, craps will accommodate a maximum of six players, while roulette and poker will only allow a maximum of four players. As for other table games, the cap is set at three players. In addition, to ensure proper social distancing, the slot machines will be rearranged so that every other machine is turned off or reconfigured. This will effectively create enough space between each slot machine for guests to maintain a safe distance from one another.

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As I browse through the websites of various hotels, I am able to find the rates for the upcoming grand reopening weekend. Let me provide you with the details. Please note that the rates I'm about to mention do not include the resort fee and tax. Starting with Thursday, June 4, the first number represents the rate for that day, followed by the rate for Friday, June 5. However, it's important to mention that hotels such as Aria, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, Main Street Station, Mirage, Park MGM, and Tropicana are currently not accepting any reservations.

Rates for the Reopening of the Las Vegas Strip

  • Bally’s: $35/$75
  • Bellagio: $139/$249
  • Caesars Palace: $99/$149
  • Circus Circus: $23/$72
  • Cosmopolitan: $152/$216
  • Cromwell: $99/$149
  • Flamingo: $35/$75
  • Harrah’s $35/$75
  • Linq: $35/$75
  • MGM Grand: $49/$99
  • New York-New York: $30/$89
  • Nobu: $129/$179
  • Paris Las Vegas: $55/$105
  • Planet Hollywood: $49/$109
  • Sahara: $58/$84
  • Strat: $21/$94
  • Treasure Island: $55/$76
  • Venetian: $134/$187
  • Wynn: $110/$136

Downtown Las Vegas houses a variety of captivating casinos, each offering its own distinct charm. Let's dive into the thrilling rates for Thursday, June 4, followed by the enticing rates for Friday, June 5. It's important to note that the resort fee and tax are separate from the rates mentioned. However, Four Queens is an exception to this, as they do not charge any resort fee. So, if you're seeking a casino experience without the additional expenses, Four Queens might just be the perfect choice for you.

Rates for the reopening of Downtown Las Vegas.

  • Binion’s: $45/$79
  • California: $26/$68
  • Downtown Grand: $30/$80
  • El Cortez: $29/$69
  • Four Queens: $49/$99
  • Fremont: $53/$120
  • Golden Gate: $21/$69
  • Golden Nugget: $69/$129
  • Plaza: $30/$86
  • The D: $30/$79