It’s always fun to write about some of the “soft changes” going on in Las Vegas. Sometimes it’s “Sin City,” and other times, it’s a place to play Skee-Ball or stuff yourself with bad shrimp. But there’s always time for a Caesars Entertainment update, since they are always adding something new. Here’s what I’ve got.
The MGM Cosmopolitan Las Vegas acquisition was a game-changer for the company. Not only did MGM solidify its position on the west side of the Strip but it also picked up one of the hottest properties with a higher ADR (average daily rate for a room). Its sale of Mirage will help finance the purchase. In the realty world, it’s pretty straightforward. MGM is now the owner of Cosmo-Vegas operations.
But what exactly are you doing all of this for, and beyond that, what other benefits and oddities does the Mlife Rewards Loyalty Program allow you to explore along the way? M life Tiers and tier benefits are a very important aspect of the program. We’ll cover all of this as we continue to explore the MGM Casino Loyalty Program.
Your theoretical loss to the casino (your casino theo or average daily theoretical – ADT) is the way the casino calculates what you are worth to them. It’s not a theoretical win because every game that the casino offers has a house advantage and the payoff for a bet is always less than the odds of winning that bet.
This is a review of the Stip View Premium King Room at the Conrad Las Vegas at Resorts World Las Vegas. The casino was still in a soft opening phase when I visited on June 30. The grand opening will take place on July 4th. The property is still having some glitches getting up and running, so I’ll stick to the good and bad of the Conrad experience.