Coronavirus is now a national emergency. As you’d imagine, the travel and live entertainment industries are getting crushed since people are trying to stay away from each other. Las Vegas is a vacation and entertainment town and there’s a lot happening…and not happening.
There’s always something new to enjoy in Las Vegas. There’s so much to do that even old things can be new in Las Vegas. On Friday I made my first trip close to the top of The Strat. GASP!
Sometimes corporate drama can be fun. Then there are times when there’s so much casino drama that it overshadows what’s
The holidays always make life interesting. Whether the time is spent celebrating with friends and family or working there’s always something out of the norm. I’ll share some of the interesting information I found shortly. Let’s get to the Vegas news.
This week there was some news about a potential shakeup with the national casino operator from a typically reliable resource + all the Las Vegas scoop!
Las Vegas is a city of big events. I look at our Sunday Vegas News column the same. This column
The news in Las Vegas never ends. This week Caesars waited until Friday night at 11pm to release news that
Bally’s and Harrah’s Room Renovations, Mayweather Viewing and More. Count on TravelZork every week for all the Vegas News!
Average Daily Hotel Room Prices In Las Vegas Break Record. The average daily room rate is the average of all Las Vegas hotels from every day of the week and does not include resort fees, parking fees, or taxes. So, while a midweek room in downtown Las Vegas might have been $30, a hotel room during CES on the Vegas Strip might have cost $270. Together the prices of the hotel rooms averaged $150 each.
Just another day in Las Vegas yesterday (Friday) started at El Cortez around noon and ended a Bally’s around 14 hours later. Spending days and nights with people who don’t live in Las Vegas is a blast. Everything seems so new and fresh. It’s great to see Las Vegas through the eyes of people who visit only a couple of times a year.