Resorts World Las Vegas will incorporate three of Hilton’s premium brands when it opens Thursday, each with its own lobby and porte cochère.
Bailey joined the Las Vegas-Review Journal’s business desk in April 2018. She previously worked with the paper in the summer of 2017 as an intern. Prior to her return, she was an intern on Bloomberg News’ energy team. She grew up in Iowa and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a bachelor of journalism degree in 2017.
Experts in Nevada’s gaming and tourism industries say Las Vegas is returning faster than many thought it might.
Industry watchers say the Palms — recently sold to the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians for $650 million — holds opportunity to create future success stories.
Industry watchers say this upcoming Memorial Day weekend could be the kick-start to a strong summer of tourism in Las Vegas.
MGM Resorts International has launched the city’s first in-seat poolside mobile ordering system.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has updated its mask policy.
Casinos across the valley are allowing fully vaccinated guests — and, for some, vaccinated employees — to opt out of wearing masks.
MGM Resorts International, Caesars Entertainment Inc. and Station Casinos are the latest major companies to have gaming floor capacity and social distancing restrictions waived by Nevada regulators. Silverton also got the green light.
U.S. commercial gaming surpassed $11 billion in revenue in the first quarter, matching the industry’s highest-ever quarterly total.
Bally’s Corp. discussed first quarter financial results on Monday, and discussed the potential upsides to its recent Tropicana purchase.
“I think (the Palms sale) has tribes across the country thinking about Vegas,” gaming consultant Josh Swissman said. “This is just fortuitous timing for these tribes (to enter the market).”