The famous casino resort Caesars Palace in Las Vegas is revamping its hall and will redesign its gaming areas.
US.- The iconic entrance and hall of Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, with its Roman-inspired scene, is being revamped.
The company has announced that the work will last for most of the rest of the year in order to be ready by New Year’s Eve.
The multi-million dollar refurbishment will feature a high dome ceiling, a 15ft high statue of Caesar, two redesigned gaming areas and a new lobby bar.
Sean McBurney, regional president at Caesars Entertainment said: “Caesars Palace brought a sense of grandeur to the Las Vegas Strip when it was built in 1966 and we are proud to continue that legacy with a full reimaging of our main entrance.
“Completely rebuilding the front entrance of one of the world’s most iconic destinations is no small task.”
Nevada casinos sees boost in numbers
Meanwhile, casinos in Nevada set a new record for revenue in May, together taking $1.23bn. The figure makes revenue in May 2021 the highest single-month revenue yet, breaking the previous record of $1.17bn set in October 2007.
It bodes well for casinos’ recovery following the Covid-19 pandemic, especially considering that in May many casinos still had capacity restrictions, which were only lifted across all venues from June.
Nevada casinos’ revenue has topped $1bn for the past three months in a row, following a clear upward trend.