An adults-only casino is set to open later this year in Las Vegas and it will have America’s largest-ever pool amphitheater…
The city of sin.
But how did it get this reputation?
Las Vegas is one of the most populated cities in the United States.
In the 1930s, casino gambling was legalized in the state of Nevada and this changed everything.
And in 1959, the iconic “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign, which has never been located within municipal limits, was created by Betty Willis.
And gambling was referred to as “gaming”, which transitioned it into a legitimate business.
Gambling became something that everyone started to enjoy indulging in, especially on their vacations.
Vegas offers that too!
But that doesn’t stop many families choosing to vacation here every year.
And sometimes, many of us adults would prefer to be in an environment that is strictly “childfree.”
Well, it seems that this may be possible very soon.
A new casino resort is coming to Vegas, but it will require guests to leave the kids at home for their next trip.
And not only will it provide incredible luxury amenities, but it will also pay homage to Las Vegas’ history with its vintage glamour style and “old-school hospitality,” according to a statement from the resort.
The resort itself will house 777 rooms in a uniquely tapered, seventy-one-degree tower designed by Steelman Partners and Circa’s Director of Design and Architecture, Alice O’Keefe.
And there will be plenty of room options, including standard rooms, bunk-bed rooms, and gigantic suites — some with their own dining tables and in-room wet bars.
Not only will guests be able to play to their heart’s desire in the resort’s 2-story casino, but Circa will also be home to the world’s largest sportsbook (a place where people can wager on sports competitions), a 3-story stadium with a seventy-eight-million-pixel high-definition screen that can be seen on multiple floors of the casino.
All year long, guests will be able to catch the biggest games and major televised events broadcast on the fourteen-million-pixel screen while relaxing in Circa’s 6 temperature-controlled pools and two spas.
But the company has recently announced it will be opening its first 5 floors and parking garage to guests as soon as October 28, 2020.
The pandemic has brought everything to a halt.
“Sometimes life throws you curveballs, and 2020 has been an unpredictable year for the entire world,” said CEO and developer Derek Stevens in a statement.
“However, thanks to the creativity and ingenuity from our partners at McCarthy Building Companies Inc. and Tré Builders, we can move forward on this accelerated path and have an opening unlike Las Vegas has experienced.”
For many of us, it’s been way too long since we’ve had some real fun.
“We are excited to see what the future holds and to give visitors and locals something to celebrate.”
Although it is important to be reminded that guests must be over twenty-one to stay in the resort.
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