Vegas News | Bulls Roaming, Security Checks, The Drew And More - The big news is that the Big Blue Monstrosity on the north end of the Vegas Strip has an opening date. Let’s start there because I have even more information today than when the announcement was first made.
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Renovated South Point Hotel Room
The South Point Hotel, Casino, and Spa recently unveiled a $40 million remodel plan for its hotel rooms. The renovation will include all three hotel towers at South Point. Each of the 2,049 rooms and 84 suites will feature new furniture, luxury flooring, crown molding, mini refrigerator and bathroom upgrades. The first phase of the …
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2017 boasted not just a record amount of money bet in Nevada sports books, but also $4.8 million in revenue for the casinos.
Mainstream sports fans gearing up to visit Las Vegas are getting ready for the first weekend of the NCAA Basketball Tournament, however, sports bettors that love college hoops are often looking at a different amazing experience in Sin City - conference tournament time might be the pinnacle for serious bettors.
This property-wide renovation celebrating the 80th year of Harrah’s isn’t entirely new. You may remember that some of the Valley Tower hotel rooms were first made available in 2017. The room renovations are now complete. There are now 1,622 renovated hotel rooms and suites in that Valley Tower at Harrah’s. Here’s something to keep in …
The massive big blue casino-resort on the north end of the Vegas Strip just received a permanent name - The Drew Vegas. This is now the third name for the massive blue glass building. The structure was built with the intention of being the Las Vegas version of Fontainebleau.
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