Businesses in Las Vegas are slowly opening. Phase 2 of the state’s Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery reopening plan started on Friday. Gyms, bars, spas, and more are allowed to reopen. Of course, most of you are here for the casino biz and the news that casinos open this week!
Las Vegas is essentially shutdown to slow the spread of coronavirus. You know that by now so I won’t rehash what’s going on. We have a few updates on the business side of things as well as information about how the different players clubs will be affected by the shutdown.
The news is often lost in a headline or a tweet. This week we saw an example of that with the Cosmopolitan.
The Cosmopolitan will begin charging for valet parking on April 18. Self-Parking fees will begin on May 16. Both visitors and hotel guests will be required to pay for parking. Las Vegas locals will have to pay as well. Here are the specifics:
We’ve seen a major casino transformation happening right before our eyes. Over the past year or so, the Cosmopolitan has undergone a major facelift. Changes to restaurants, hotel rooms, and the casino floor are continuing into the new year. One of the newest changes on the casino floor that you’ll see comes in the way of a new Identity players club desk.
Cosmopolitan Lawsuit: Who’s Guilty? A while back I wrote about a case that had been brought up as class action
The Cosmopolitan Lanai Suite The Cosmopolitan has always sold itself on being curious, outside the box, or “just the right
When writing for my previous employer (an amazing opportunity I will never regret or forget) I was fortunate enough to
The accusation is that the Cosmo knowingly recorded phone calls made to and from residents of California, a big big no no on privacy grounds in one of the most liberal states in the country.
Information correct as of 23 June 2020. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is one of the most modern casinos and