Caesars Entertainment Corporation has resumed its gaming and hospitality operations in Las Vegas at its Caesars Palace and Flamingo Las Vegas properties.
The company has also reopened selected retail and dining outlets along The LINQ Promenade, as well as the High Roller Observation Wheel. Following the initial reopening on June 4, Harrah’s Las Vegas also resumed its operations on June 5.
Caesars Palace marked the reopening of its main lobby doors to the public with a gathering on the Roman Plaza featuring Caesars Entertainment headliner Wayne Newton, Caesar and Cleopatra of the resort’s Royal Court, and Caesars Entertainment CEO Tony Rodio.
Rodio reminisced about the rich memories of Caesars Palace’s 54-year history, from the world-famous boxing matches to iconic entertainment including Newton’s show at Cleopatra’s Barge, and more. He enthusiastically closed by inviting guests to “get the next 50 years rolling.” Additionally, first casino guest Ben Laparne ceremoniously rolled the first dice at a craps table with Newton and Rodio cheering him on inside Caesars Palace.
Meanwhile, Flamingo Las Vegas welcomed back guests in true Flamingo fashion, with two showgirls in the historic orange and pink Bob Mackie finale costumes from the former “Jubilee” show.
The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas will display a new light show in honor of the reopening of the Strip from Thursday, June 4 through Saturday, June 6, every half hour from dusk to midnight.
Upon reopening, Harrah’s Las Vegas will debut a $200 million multi-year resort transformation featuring newly renovated rooms and suites, a remodeled casino floor and hotel lobby, Buddy Valastro’s PizzaCake and the recently refreshed Ruth’s Chris Steak House.
The company intends to comply with all reopening and operating directives from Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, the Nevada Gaming Control Board, and public health authorities.
Health screenings will be conducted on all employees before they return to work and employees will be screened every workday thereafter. Hotel guests will undergo temperature screening immediately prior to check in. Employees will be required to wear masks at work, and guests will be strongly encouraged to wear masks as well.
For more information on the Company’s health and safety protocols, visit Caesars.com/health.