This week the newest Las Vegas Strip property opened its doors as Resorts World Las Vegas launched, becoming the first Strip property to open in the past decade.
Resorts is owned by Genting Group, a gaming company based out of Malaysia, and the new property is taking the place of the former Stardust Casino, which opened its doors in 1958 and was demolished in 2007. Genting bought that property from Boyd Gaming for $350 million in 2013 and has been working on the resort since then.
The property is 675 feet tall and has a 117,000 square foot gaming floor complete with slots, table games, sportsbook, and a poker room. It also has 1,774 hotel rooms and suites in the Las Vegas Hilton, as well as 1,496 rooms and suites with Conrad Las Vegas. A high-end Crockfords branded hotel is also attached, with 236 rooms.
For recreation, there's a 5.5-acre pool complex, 2,700 square foot spa, and 40 different food spots located throughout the property. An entertainment venue will also provide live shows to customers, with the likes of Katy Perry and Carrie Underwood on the docket for shows.
Punters who want to visit the property can do so now, as Las Vegas has stripped all Covid-19 restrictinons.