New Las Vegas casino to go contactless

Circa Resort is due to open in October.
Circa Resort is due to open in October.

Circa Resort and Casino, the new venue that will open on The Strip in October, will use contactless technology.

US.- Contactless technology will be used throughout the venue at the upcoming new Las Vegas Casino, Circa, which is due to open on October 28.

Circa Resort and Casino will be an adults-only facility with 777 rooms, a two-story casino, six temperature-controlled pools, the largest pool amphitheatre in the country and the largest sportsbook in the world.

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the operator has decided it will now employ contactless technology.

According to the company, it is working with Intelity, a firm specialising in contactless products for the hospitality business, to kit out the property with mobile check-in and mobile keys, while 10-inch tablets will be used to allow contactless service while giving guests digital control over their stays at the resort.

The intention is to avoid unnecessary contact during the Covid-19 pandemic. Guests will, for example, be able to skip the front desk and check in directly from their smartphones.

They will also be able to use the tablets to order dining, make reservations for resort services and amenities, stream music, and request contactless service.

Robert Stevenson, Intelity CEO, said in a statement: “The resort itself is one-of-a-kind and we’re thrilled to partner with them to help take service to the next level. In the Covid-19 era, safety and luxury are the two top commodities—and by deploying the Intelity platform, Circa Resort & Casino will be able to provide both at the highest standards available in the industry.”

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