Casinos Shuffling The Deck. Changes at Lucky Dragon, Golden Gate, Monte Carlo and throughout the Vegas Strip. Plus, all the recent Vegas news.
Happy Vegas Super Bowl Sunday! If the new president really wants to make an impact on America, he’ll make Super Bowl Monday a holiday. Anyway, Las Vegas has been packed all weekend with football fans getting ready to watch and wager on The Big Game. The sports book this morning at Red Rock Casino was already buzzing.
Happy New Year! The last week of the year is traditionally the busiest of the year in Las Vegas. Officials expect that there were somewhere between 300,000 and 350,000 people on the Vegas Strip celebrating the end of 2016 and beginning of 2017. News and visitation don’t usually meet together. Even though there were a lot of people in Las Vegas, there wasn’t too much news looking forward into the new year.
As I mentioned last week in Sunday News, we’re in a slow news period in Las Vegas. I expect things
Ahhhh…The summer is unofficially over. Labor Day weekend is the beginning of the end of summer for tourist season. The
There was a lot of hotel news last week but not all of it is relevant to your visits to Las Vegas. With that in mind, let’s start with the hotel news that actually matters in the near future. When the Blackstone Group purchased the Cosmopolitan in 2014, they detailed very specific plans to turn around the casino which didn’t have a profitable quarter since opening.
In all my years visiting and living in Las Vegas, I’ve only seen a handful of shows. When I think
The interesting news in Las Vegas this week was all over the place. Surprisingly, the first piece of big news in Las Vegas wasn’t casino related. After a couple of months in the rumor mill, the Las Vegas-based UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) was finally purchased.
I’ve been on vacation all week but I love Las Vegas and always keep track of the news. I won’t