The Strip's newest addition, Resorts World, opens its doors June 24. The eye-popping casino resort features 3,500 Hilton-branded hotel rooms, 117,000 square feet of casino space, and more than 40 spots selling food and drinks.
Everyone's talking about Resorts World because it's the first property to be built from the ground-up on the Las Vegas Strip in more than a decade.
According to Scott Sibella, president of Resorts World Las Vegas, “We wanted to get open as quickly as we could... We never stopped building through this pandemic. We were always committed to getting this property open this summer, but we felt really that it was so important to us to get open by the Fourth of July because we really think this is going to to be the biggest Fourth of July the city has seen in a long time, especially with all the positive news we all are hearing.”
-¡Viva! a collaboration with famed chef Ray Garcia featuring authentic Mexican fare
-Kusa Nori a sushi bar and grill
-Craig’s Vegan Ice Cream, an LA-transplant, serves kosher, 100% vegan ice cream
-Genting Palace serves high-end Cantonese cuisine
-DawgHouse Saloon & Sportsbook a southern-style sports bar
-Zouk a distinct, contemporary nightclub
-5.5-acre pool complex
-Multi-table poker room
"We’re down to the ninth inning and down to the finish work,” Sibella said. “It’s been almost three years since we’ve been building this and we’re really so proud of what we’re bringing to Las Vegas.”
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