Parent company Las Vegas Sands has yet to announce the reopening date of its other Vegas casino, the Palazzo.
US.- The Venetian Resort has announced it will reopen to the public on June 1 after being closed for an extended period due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The luxury resort, owned and operated by Las Vegas Sands, has had its doors shut since March 19 due to the enforced shutdown order from Nevada Governor, Steve Sisolak.
LVS is still yet to announce the reopening date of its other Vegas casino, the Palazzo.
Venetian Vice President of Public Relations, Alyssa Anderson, said: “Upon opening, our guests can expect the amenities of a luxury Las Vegas resort, including a full-service casino, more than a dozen restaurants, our fully renovated Venetian pool and multiple retail outlets.”
The casino has set up the ‘Venetian Clean initiative’ to maintain an impeccable level of hygiene so that the casino will be safe for members of the public.