If you’re planning to get married in Las Vegas in the coming weeks, it can be a little tricky to book a hotel, since the mega-resorts are opening only gradually, and with safety a priority. We’ve decided to post a list of reopened Vegas hotels, as well as details on when the next round of properties will open. Hopefully, this will make the whole process a lot easier! (Come visit, come tie the knot! Or come to renew your anniversary vows with Elvis!)
What’s good to know is that casino and hotel staff will be wearing masks, and will be sure to observe CDC protocols. Many slot machines and table games are now spaced with fewer seats, and some have plexiglass dividers. At this point, guests are offered masks and encouraged to wear them. But so far, they are not mandatory.
Many of the open hotels offer most of the usual restaurants, some of the shops, and now boast free parking. While most big shows and concerts will be dark for awhile, there’s still much to see and do in Las Vegas. It’s a great time to avoid crowds, if that’s your preference. A lot of folks say this is THE BEST way to enjoy the city without waiting in lines or dodging large groups of fellow tourists.
So, here’s a list of hotels now open. You’ll want to call the specific hotel you are interested in, to find out the latest on offerings and any requirements.
MGM, New York New York, Bellagio, Wynn, Encore, Venetian, Harrah’s, Sahara
Fremont, Golden Nugget, Golden Gate, Plaza
On June 25th, the Luxor will reopen, followed by Aria, Four Seasons and Mandalay Bay on July 1st. Others should follow, but call the individual property you are interested in for updated information.
You’ll find more details and another list of reopened Vegas hotels here: https://bit.ly/2ASlH1G And, as always, with help planning and booking your Las Vegas wedding or vow renewal, call us at 702-384-0771. Our friendly staff are always happy to answer questions not only about your wedding, but your stay in fabulous Las Vegas!