Las Vegas' Casinos, Resorts & Hotels Are Reopening on June 4th!

Updated: May 30

Governor Steve Sisolak announced on Tuesday May 27th that Las Vegas’ resorts and hotel-casinos can reopen throughout Nevada as of June 4th!



The green light came after a day of consultations among resort operators, health experts and the Nevada Gaming Control Board, which regulates the casinos.


Along the Las Vegas Strip, about one-third of the resorts are preparing to welcome guests next week.


Among the Hotel Casinos that are getting ready to reopen on June 4th are:


Caesars Palace

Flamingo

Caesars Suites

Bally's

Caesars Palace

Nobu Hotel

Paris Las Vegas

Planet Hollywood

Rio All-Suite & Casino

Harrah’s

The Cramwell

The Linq Hotel

Wynn Las Vegas

Encore

The Venetian


What changes you should expect:


Guests’ temperatures will be checked at entrances to many resorts. Face masks will be required for all employees and are “encouraged” for visitors. Smoking is still allowed in the public spaces including casinos. Hand sanitizer will be available at all casinos.


Most hotel-casinos will be waiving charges for self-parking. Because of health concerns, valet parking won’t immediately be available.


Many bars, restaurants and shops will still be closed. Wynn’s Allegro, Jardin, Lakeside, Mizumi and SW Steakhouse restaurants will reopen Friday, May 29th.