Non-gambling resort to bring a different customer to Vegas

A new hotel aims to challenge Vegas's reputation as Sin City.
A new hotel aims to challenge Vegas's reputation as Sin City.

Despite its reputation as Sin City, Las Vegas is keen to offer a different kind of accommodation and tourism experience.

US.- Las Vegas has always been famous for its gambling venues, but the pandemic is beginning to encourage a diversification in the city.

A new non-smoking, non-gambling, wellness-focused luxury hotel named Majestic Las Vegas aims to attract a different kind of customer, developers have said.

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Tbe venue, scheduled to open in 2024, will be located two blocks from the Strip across from the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The five-star resort will have 720 suites, a landscaped pool with 50 cabanas overlooking the Strip; a state-of-the-art fitness centre and a spa.

It will also feature six freestanding restaurants around a European-style piazza where there will be dancing fountains and live entertainment.

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The Majestic Las Vegas said it would offer: “No casino. No smoke. No noise. No hassle. Only white gloved service & timeless contemporary elegance befitting the discerning traveler who wants and expects the very best.”

Developer Lorenzo Doumani said: “It is time for Las Vegas to provide a luxury option for those who visit our city who want something that is non-gaming.”

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