One of the half-dozen or so casinos that haven’t reopened in Las Vegas was Eldorado in downtown Henderson, Nevada. This is no longer the case as the former Eldorado opened as The Pass on April 1st.
The Eldorado was sold to the company that also owns the Railroad Pass Hotel-Casino nearby, and the new owner invested over $ 7 million in renovating the aging property with new restaurants and bars, a new sportsbook, mostly new Slots and, for the first time, table games (four blackjack, one roulette and one craps). A hotel is also planned “within a year and a half”.
Henderson is about a 30 minute drive from the strip. There you can also visit the Emerald Island and Rainbow casinos. These places are all value-oriented gems that will bring you back for at least a few decades.
Rio continues: Add the Rio to the list of casinos whose hotels have returned to 7-day service. The casino and most of the restaurants were open all day, but rooms were previously only available on weekends.
WSOP 2021: The dates for the 2021 World Series of Poker have been announced. After playing online just last year, the tournament will take place in person in Rio from September 30th to November 23rd. The main event will be held from November 4th to 17th.
Highballs: The high roller observation wheel on the Linq has resumed the “happy half hour”, which consists of an open bar in the cabin for the duration of the ride (approx. 30 minutes). Tickets are $ 60 per person.
Question: Is there still a curfew for children in the city center?
Reply: All ages are now admitted to the Fremont Street Experience until 9:00 p.m. After 9:00 p.m., you must be at least 21 years old, even if you are accompanied by an adult. No matter how old you are, you should have ID with you in the city center, as this is requested sporadically, both in the commons and on some casino doors (always at Circa).
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