Caesers Entertainment property joins others in the portfolio welcoming guests back to the full Vegas experience, but with masks and social distance
Bally’s Las Vegas
reopened on June 23, joining other newly reopened Caesars Entertainment properties such as Caesar Palace Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas. The reopenings come as Caesars announced the merger of Eldorado Resorts and Caesars Entertainment “to create the largest casino and entertainment company in the US,” according to a statement.
The reopened Bally’s requires guests and staff to wear masks, and the property is subject to new, enhanced cleaning protocols.
Amenities on property that are open include the Blu Pool, the Fitness Center and Tennis Complex, Bally’s Food Court and restaurants like LaVazza as well as shops in the Grand Bazaar and Bally’s Shopping Arcade.
The property celebrated with a live streetside show featuring Las Vegas showgirls (wearing masks) and an Elvis impersonator (not wearing a mask, at least while singing).
Las Vegas is in process of a phased reopening but has reported higher positive coronavirus cases and rising COVID-19 hospitalization numbers in recent weeks.