1. Caesars Palace
Caesars Palace is open and is offering dining options. The slot machines and table games at the casino are open 24 hours but with social distancing. Access to all pools has been granted, and parking is free. The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, including the fitness center, is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Color Salon by Michael Boychuck and Qua Baths &spa are also open.
2. MGM Resorts
Most MGM properties have reopened, including MGM Grand, Bellagio,New York-New York, the Excalibur Hotel & Casino, The Signature, and MGM Resorts International. But, only 35 percent of the rooms are available for booking. The Mirage is currently closed but is accepting reservations. Once you make a reservation at Mirage, you have up to 48-hours before your arrival date to cancel your reservation for any reason and receive a full refund. You can also enjoy free self-parking at all MGM properties upon their reopening.
The Neon Museum reopened in late May. However, much sight-seeing is outdoors, and the number of visitors is limited at any one time. The Mob Museum in downtown, Las Vegas has also reopened. Visitors must wear a face covering and temperature checks are done at the entrance. Visitors are encouraged to book tickets in advance.
4. Cosmopolitan Marquee Pool
The Cosmopolitan’s adults-only pool is open from 11 a.m. until sunset on Fridays, and Sundays. On Friday and Saturday nights, once the sun sets, guests are allowed until late at night, where they can dance to loud music played by resident DJs. Reservations are strongly encouraged.
5. The North Las Vegas Drive-In
The Las Vegas drive-in located in North Las Vegas is open. Drivers must leave a space of 10 feet between cars, and attendees must remain inside their vehicles unless going to the washrooms or snack bar, although they can sit in the back of trucks.