Las Vegas’s newest casino the Circa will have an over-21s policy across the entire venue when it opens in October.
US.- Las Vegas’s newest casino the Circa Resort and Casino will enforce an adults-only policy across its entire property when it opens to the public from October 28.
According to a statement released on its Facebook page, the Circa will only allow people aged 21 and older to enter the hotel, while other Nevada casinos reserve age restrictions for the gaming floor itself.
The announcement said: “Once Las Vegas held a certain mystique as his fabulous place where only grown-ups could play. Call us old-fashioned, but we think adults need some of that mystique back in their lives. Book your room starting June 24 at 9am for Circa Las Vegas, a 21+ experience.”
The resort, owned by the Stevens brothers Derek and Greg, will boast a 777-room hotel tower, six different pools, five restaurants and the longest outdoor bar all on the northwest corner of the Fremont Street Experience.
One of the casino’s main attractions will be its sportsbook, expected to be the world’s largest surpassing The Westgate Las Vegas. Three stories tall with two levels of stadium seating, it will have the “biggest screen in sportsbook history,”, the company says.
The Circa is due to open on October 28, two months ahead of schedule despite the Covid-19 pandemic.