Downtown Las Vegas is about to get wilder. Circa, the city’s first adults-only casino resort, plans to open its doors in late October. Leave the kiddos at home because you’ll need to be 21 to be on the property.
Gamblers will get their fix sooner than those looking to enjoy the hotel room amenities. While the casino opens in October, the hotel won’t be ready until December. Guests can now make reservations for Dec. 28 and beyond.
Nightclubs are shut down (will they ever reopen?), but you won’t need pulsing music and crowds to have a good time at Circa. Inside, you’ll find five brand-new restaurants, a year-round, temperature-controlled pool, and the largest sportsbook in Vegas.
Circa’s owned by Derek Stevens, the same force behind Downtown’s The D and Golden Gate casinos. Both properties are known for sexy go-go dancers slinging drinks behind the bar and dealing cards in the table games pit. Circa’s expected to be even more alluring.
Here’s how Team Circa describes their appeal: "Once, Las Vegas held a certain mystique as this fabulous place where only grown-ups could play. Call us old-fashioned, but we think adults need some of that mystique back in their lives…”
We can’t wait.