Lucky Dragon announced VIP area renovations

The opening in November was the first one in six years in Las Vegas.

US.- After five years of planning, Lucky Dragon opened its doors to the public in November 2016. The Las Vegas facility announced plans to renovate the VIP area of the Asian-themed casino, even though they didn’t say the total amount of the investment.

Dave Jacoby, chief operating officer of Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino, said: “We are very excited about the growth of our VIP segment and know these changes will be for the long term benefit of Lucky Dragon and all of our guests. The early adoption of our rolling chip program has been very encouraging, and we’re fortunate as a young property to have such a positive response to our unique high-end offerings.”

Whilst no major changes will be made during the remodeling, the food outlet Dragon’s Alley will be closed for a short period of time so they can build the new noodle bar, and the current dining space will be used as the expanded space for the Pearl Ocean. The casino currently offers 300 slot machines and more than 30 table games. “With our service standards, we try to make sure that we are putting the Asian cultures first and allowing the American cultures to follow behind,” Jacoby had said back in November.