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Suiteness Blog Vegas Is Reopening! Written by Kate Rapier Published May 21, 2020

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Like a beacon calling you out of your confinement at home the lights of the Las Vegas Strip are turning back on! To help you plan your escape from shelter-in-place we wanted to share some important information about what is opening up when. We’ve gathered all of the most up to date information on re-openings, and what a stay in Vegas in the near future might look like. 


All hotels are implementing infrared temperature scanners at all entrances and will require face-masks - your health and safety is number one to ensure a great stay back in Fabulous Las Vegas! Upon opening, guests can enjoy the full-resort amenities including pools, spas, dining, casino and more with new social distancing standards and cleanliness increase.


The best news

  • Free parking - Another great reason you might want to escape to Las Vegas especially if you’re in driving distance, is that all properties on the Strip that were charging for parking have stopped for Covid.
  • Flexible cancellation policies - Most resorts have changed their cancellation policies to 24 hours notice or less. We've listed any policies that are available below.


The good news

What will be open

  • Pools and cabanas - What better way to social distance than in the sun sitting poolside?
  • Casinos - Table games and slots will be operating with social distancing measures put into place
  • Restaurants - Remember going to places and having them serve you food and clean up afterwards? Neither do we, but we hear it was a thing.
  • Stores - Get your shop on with your mask on.
  • Strip attractions - The Bellagio fountains, The Mirage volcano those are back on.


The meh news

What might be closed

  • Spas - These are a maybe, we've listed the resorts where they are open below. But really how are you gonna social distance with your masseuse? 


The bad news

What will be closed

  • Bars - Those that don't serve food are closed.
  • Nightclubs - Since club promoters haven't taken our suggestion of Clorox foam parties they will need to stay closed while protective measures are created.
  • The High Roller - Is closed.


Here is detailed information for each property, of course things can change at any time. This is up to date as of May 21st...


Caesar’s Palace and All Caesar’s Properties Las Vegas

June 4

Cleaning policies: https://www.caesars.com/health-and-safety

Notes: Upon opening, guests at Caesar’s locations can enjoy the full-resort amenities including pools, spas, dining, casino and more with new social distancing standards and cleanliness increase. https://www.caesars.com/las-vegas/open

For the most up to-date developments, please view the Caesar’s Update Page here: https://www.caesars.com/caesars-entertainment-updates


All Caesar’s Resorts Las Vegas Include: 

  • FLAMINGO LAS VEGAS
  • THE LINQ HOTEL & CASINO
  • PARIS LAS VEGAS
  • PLANET HOLLYWOOD RESORT & CASINO
  • RIO ALL-SUITES HOTEL & CASINO
  • CAESARS PALACE
  • HARRAH'S LAS VEGAS
  • BALLYS LAS VEGAS
  • THE CROMWELL


The Venetian & Palazzo

June 4

The 5 star, all-suite resort is opening up.


Cleaning policies: https://www.venetian.com/policy/venetian-clean.html

Notes: 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 deck and multiple retail outlets.


The Bellagio

June 4

Cleaning policies: https://www.mgmresorts.com/en/covid-19/seven-point-safety-plan.html


New York-New York

June 4

Cleaning policies: https://www.mgmresorts.com/en/covid-19/seven-point-safety-plan.html


The Wynn and Encore Las Vegas

June 1

Cleaning policies: https://www.visitwynn.com/documents/Wynn-Health-Plan.pdf

Notes: Wynn and Encore guests can enjoy the full-resort amenities including pools, spas, dining, casino and more with new social distancing standards and cleanliness increase. 


The MGM Grand, The Signature at MGM Grand, MGM SKYLOFTS

If you've already booked for June 1-3rd at any of these resorts you'll be moved to the Bellagio.


June 4

Cleaning policies: https://www.mgmresorts.com/en/covid-19/seven-point-safety-plan.html


The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

June 4

Cleaning policies: https://www.cosmopolitanlasvegas.com/health-and-sanitization-guidelines

Notes: Cosmopolitan guests can enjoy the full-resort amenities including pools, spas, dining, casino and more with new social distancing standards and cleanliness increase. Self-serve dining options will be transitioned to menu or employee service. 


All other MGM properties

July 1

Rounding out the rest of the strip these MGM properties will be open on July 1. Until then MGM will be accommodating guests with existing reservations at their other properties.


If you are booked to arrive between June 4-30 and are staying at ARIA or VDARA you will be moved to Bellagio.


If you are booked to arrive between June 4-30 and are staying at one of the below properties you will be moved to The MGM Grand.

  • Aria
  • VDARA
  • Mandalay Bay
  • The Mirage
  • Delano
  • Nomad
  • Park MGM
  • Luxor


If you are booked to arrive between June 4-30 and are staying at the below properties you will be moved to New York New York. 

  • Excalibur