What’s new and coming soon in Las Vegas

Las Vegas offers nearly 150,000 hotel rooms and more than 12 million square feet of meeting and exhibit space citywide.
Las Vegas offers nearly 150,000 hotel rooms and more than 12 million square feet of meeting and exhibit space citywide.

From the first ground-up resort in four decades in downtown Las Vegas to world-class restaurants and attractions, Las Vegas continues its evolution, offering experiences that only happen there.

CEO and developer Derek Stevens announced his newest downtown Las Vegas property, Circa Resort & Casino, will debut October 28. Previously slated for a December 2020 launch, the 1.25 million-square-foot integrated casino-resort will open with its first five floors of amenities and state-of-the-art parking hub—Garage Mahal—ahead of schedule.

At the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, construction is underway on an 88-acre site that will be home to Resorts World Las Vegas. The 3,500-room casino-resort will feature Asian touches and a partnership with AEG Presents. It is set to open in the summer of 2021.

Wynn Las Vegas debuted Elio, its first contemporary Mexican restaurant, on June 18. The restaurant showcases a menu of recipes grounded in Mexico’s rich culinary traditions, infusing the finest regional and seasonal ingredients. Serving small plates and appetizers, Elio features a heavy emphasis on seafood and produce paired with signature shareable entrees.

Flamingo Las Vegas introduced the latest addition to the dining experience with the all-new Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse in July. The culinary hotspot transports guests back to the resort’s vintage roots while serving a fresh and intriguing steakhouse experience in a modern way. The restaurant’s name is a nod to Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and business partner Meyer Lansky, who famously opened the Flamingo Las Vegas back in 1946 with the intention of bringing Hollywood glam to the desert.

The Las Vegas Raiders’ home Allegiant Stadium was completed on July 30 after 31 months of construction. Upon completion, it became the largest entertainment venue in Las Vegas with 1.8 million square feet and 65,000 seats. The stadium will host a range of events such as college football, concerts and more.

The first high-end karaoke club on the Las Vegas Strip is now open. KAMU – Ultra Karaoke is located inside the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas and boasts an unrivaled experience in luxury and technology, where guests can sing in the comfort of one of 40 upscale singing suites.

AREA15, the world’s first purpose-built experiential art and entertainment complex has opened just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. The new 40,000 square foot complex offers immersive activations, monumental art installations, unique retail, ground-breaking technology, bars, eateries and much more.  

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