Casinos across Nevada closed Wednesday, along with other minor businesses, following an unprecedented order from Gov. Steve Sisolak. He urged residents to stay home to help curb the spread of the new coronavirus. (March 1
LAS VEGAS – The pandemic has turned Nevada’s leading tourist destinations into deserts of uncertainty.
No one can say when COVID-19 will loosen its grip or when the economy may rebound, but everyone longs for the day when it can go as quietly as it came and vacations can resume.
State gambling regulators have not given a preliminary action or date to revoke Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak’s closure order, but casino companies are developing recovery plans – many targeting June 1.
Many even accept reservations.
Here’s what we know about how hotel casinos are starting to reopen in Nevada. RGJ will update this list as more information becomes available:
MGM Resorts has not announced official property dates.
The company revealed that it will not open all hotels at once – but rather start with two or three, aimed at different budgets of passengers.
Sidewalks and paths near MGM Grand (Photo: Ed Komenda / Reno Gazette Journal)
Hotel and Casino New York-New York already accepts reservations for June 1.
These properties accept bookings for July 1 according to the property booking websites: Mandalay Bay, Delano, Luxor, Excalibur, Park MGM, MGM Grand, Aria, Vdara, Mirage and Bellagio.
The company has not announced official opening dates, but the websites of these properties are making reservations from May 29: Caesars Palace, The Cromwell, Harrah’s, LINQ, Paris, Bally’s, Flamingo and Planet Hollywood.
“Our casinos are starting to reopen across the country” on the company’s website is indicated. “The exact date on which casinos are allowed to open will vary from country to country and will be dictated by government or tribal officials in each jurisdiction.”
That’s what CEO Matt Maddox said Wynn and bis may open in late May, but data must first show that it is safe.
“This means that we stay in line with the criteria and that the environment is safe for customers and all our employees,” Maddox said.
Although no opening date has been set, Wynn has been making reservations since June 1.
Las Vegas Sands
Las Vegas Sands Corp. owns properties, including the Venetian and Palazzo. (Photo: AP file)
The Venetian resort makes reservations for stays from 1 June.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. plans to open its two properties in stages. The Venetian tower will open first – and then Palazzo tower at a later date.
Station Casinos has agreed to buy the Palms Casino resort for $ 312.5 million in 2016. (Photo: Station Casinos)
Station Casinos also plans to reopen the casinos in stages, but no opening date has been announced.
Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch, Station Palace, Sunset Station, Boulder Station, Santa Fe Station, Texas Texas, Fiesta Rancho, Fiesta Henderson and Wild Wild West make reservations for stays from 1 June.
The station’s casinos will open Palms,, Fiesta Henderson and Texas Railway Station until the data reveals how the business is developing after COVID-19.
The websites of Hotel Fremont, Alliante, City of Sam, Suncoast, Orleans and California hotel accept reservations for stays from 1 June.
Gold Coast and Station on Main Street do not currently accept bookings according to their websites.
“We are optimistic that we will be able to open most of our properties in the next few weeks,” Boyd CEO Keith Smith said in a press release, “and look forward to offering our guests a safe and enjoyable experience.”
The North Strip resort, formerly known as the Stratosphere, has been making reservations on its website for its May 29 stay.
The cosmopolitan makes reservations from June 4, according to the property’s website.
Sahara Las Vegas
Sahara Las Vegas makes reservations from June 1, according to his website.
Atlantis,, Eldorado,, silverwill and CircusCircus accept reservations for June 1.
Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is acceptance of reservations for the stay from May 29, but the company’s plans will be subject to announcements from the governor’s office to resume measures.
Peppermill Resort and Casino closes at the behest of the Nevada Game Control Board on March 18, 2020.
(Photo: JASON BEAN / RGJ)
Peppermint announced a preliminary date on June 1 for resumption in an email sent to her frequent guests.
The hotel-casino will conduct extensive safety training and also test its employees before reopening. Peppermill staff will be required to wear masks at all times, and guests will also be encouraged to do so.
Nugget Casino the Sparks announced this on Thursday it will resume operations soon with added health and safety protocols in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rising window frames on Lake Tahoe on the grille of the lone eagle of Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe. (Photo: Tracy Barbutes / About RGJ Media)
Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe also announced that it will resume operation of the hotel on June 4.
“We couldn’t be more excited to welcome our guests and the public,” the hotel-casino posted on its Facebook page: and we will take stronger steps to ensure your safety and well-being while you’re there.
Contributor: Jason Hidalgo, Reno Gazette.
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