Nevada is set to open the doors of Las Vegas’ casinos from 4th June. Part of the state’s move into Phase 2 of its reopening plan, this will also include the opening of bars, swimming pools, waterparks, cinemas and malls, albeit with capacity restrictions and social distancing measures.

However, nightclubs, day clubs and live performances with spectators will remain closed.
Wynn Las Vegas will reopen on 4th June, complete with 24-hour casinos and access to restaurants, shops, pools and the spa. The resort will implement thermal temperature checks and provide face coverings at the entrances. Additionally, each guest room will include an amenity kit with sanitising wipes, hand sanitiser and face coverings.

Caesars Palace and Flamingo Las Vegas will open for hotel stays, dining, outdoor pool access and casino games. The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, complete with a casino, pool, several dining options and its iconic gondola rides, will also open the same day, as will MGM Resorts’ The Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand Las Vegas and The Signature. Inside the casinos, blackjack dealers and bartenders will wear masks; hand sanitiser dispensers will be installed throughout the locations. Occupancy limits in gaming areas will be cut in half, and visitors will see chairs and stools in front of every other gaming machine.

After years of charging for parking, all hotels on the Las Vegas Strip are again offering free parking.