More life has been breathed into Las Vegas as more properties swing open their doors. All gaming and hospitality operations have restarted at Paris Las Vegas following the successful reopenings of Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas, The LINQ Promenade and High Roller Observation Wheel, as well as the gaming floor and other amenities at The LINQ Hotel + Experience.
Paris Las Vegas marked its reopening with a special French-inspired twist featuring can-can dancers, a Monsieur Loyal ringmaster, Caesars Entertainment Regional President Gary Selesner and Paris Las Vegas General Manager Sherri Sosa.
After the Monsieur Loyal initially welcomed guests outside with “bienvenue” and led the countdown from “trois, deux, un,” Sosa pushed the button to launch blue, white and red confetti over the entrance as the resort officially reopened its doors.
“As customer interest in visiting Las Vegas continues to increase this summer, we are pleased to welcome guests back to Paris Las Vegas with the same spirit and sophistication they have come to enjoy at our French-inspired resort,” said Tony Rodio, CEO of Caesars Entertainment, in a statement. “We are also committed to emphasizing our enhanced health and safety protocols while creating memorable experiences for all our guests.”
Paris Las Vegas offers renovated guest rooms and suites, a variety of food and beverage amenities, access to the fitness center and outdoor pool, as well as slot machines and table games on the casino floor. 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.
The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas will also display a new, free light show in honor of the reopening of the resort, every half hour from dusk to midnight nightly through June 30.
For a complete list of amenities that are open and their hours, click here.
The property will also follow Caesar’s previously announced enhanced health and safety protocols, which build on its existing plans and practices in these areas.
In other Las Vegas news, on July 1, MGM Resorts International is reopening Delano Las Vegas.
“We are pleased to bring more employees back to work,” said Bill Hornbuckle, MGM Resorts’ Acting CEO and president, in a statement. “As we continue monitoring business demand, and with safety at the forefront of our planning, we are able to open additional resorts and build our workforce, which is so critically important to our community.”
Delano will join Bellagio, MGM Grand, New York-New York and Excalibur which opened earlier this month as well as Luxor that opens on June 25, Mandalay Bay that opens on July 1, and ARIA, that also opens on July 1.
MGM’s comprehensive “Seven-Point Safety Plan,” a multi-layered set of protocols and procedures designed in conjunction with medical and scientific experts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, is in full effect. The full plan can be reviewed at mgmresorts.com.
Days and hours of operation at all venues will vary. For a full listing of amenities that will be available at each resort, click the website above.