News includes the end of the Las Vegas face mask mandate. Plus, word has come from Caesars of Bally's leaving Las Vegas as both the Tropicana Las Vegas and The Mirage are set to follow.
And what about the recently sold Palazzo and Venetian casinos?
There is no longer a Las Vegas face mask requirement for guests at casinos! But before you get too excited and starting booking your next trip, there are a few caveats which everyone should keep in mind. First, different casinos around the state could still require a mask on their property, depending on the county or city they’re based in. Also, don’t forget that casinos are private property. As such, they can require guests to mask up, even if there is no Las Vegas face mask requirement.
The legendary Horseshoe Casino brand is returning to The Strip with Bally's Leaving Las Vegas.The transformation will begin in the spring of 2022 and will include a renovated exterior, new entertainment and food and beverage options, and a re-imagined casino floor and public areas. It will not be known as Bally's Horseshoe however, but Caesars Horseshoe Las Vegas.
Bally’s Corporation agreed to purchase the Tropicana Las Vegas last April. Now, with the deal set to finalize, Bally’s has publicly stated that they re considering many options for the property. Those include that the hotel and casino will “almost certainly” be rebranded... perhaps even as Bally's Casino. But it’s also not out of the realm of possibility that the whole site is simply demolished, with a new building put in its place. So could Bally's Leaving Las Vegas be temporary? Could Bally's be reborn?