Most Las Vegas resorts and restaurants, including pools and the city’s most popular chill spots, are open. However, the bars will remain closed indefinitely to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Although they don’t serve alcohol, Minus5 bars on the Skywalk between Luxor and Mandalay Bay, Venetian and Linq Promenade offer a quick respite from outside temperatures, which are expected to hit 113 this week. Bars will still be ice cold, but alcohol will be frozen for the time being according to current mandates.
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If You Are Planning To Visit Las Vegas You Must Know:
- In Nevada, visitors are required to wear masks in public places such as casinos, restaurants, and other public spaces.
- Californians are currently being asked to postpone their vacation travel plans because of the pandemic.
What is open
Vdara reopened in mid-July. The resort’s Market Cafe is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Vdara Pool & Cabanas and the pool bar are open from Friday to Sunday. On other days you can use the pool in the nearby aria. Vdaras Spa remains closed.
Bally’s reopened, along with a variety of restaurants and the resort’s pool, Blu.
Aria, Delano and Mandalay Bay welcomed the guests on July 1st. Catch, Jean Georges Steakhouse and Salt & Ivy are all open at Aria. The Shark Reef Aquarium and several restaurants have reopened in Mandalay Bay.
Nobu, the hotel in Caesars Palace, reopened on July 2nd.
The Eiffel Tower in Paris Las Vegas and the Fly Linq on the Linq Promenade let visitors soar on July 2nd.
Two popular day clubs – Liquid Pool Lounge at Aria and Wet Republic Ultra Pool at MGM Grand – are open Thursdays through Sundays. Reservations are required.
Luxor and the adjacent shops on Mandalay Place are open. In Luxor, the HyperX Esports Arena is open to high-tech gamers, along with a handful of restaurants including Diablos Cantina and Pyramid Cafe.
In the shoppes, the popular Minus5 Ice Experience ensures peace and quiet, as the temperatures in Vegas rise to three-digit numbers. It is located on a skywalk between Luxor and Mandalay Bay. Several other restaurants have also reopened.
The hotel casinos in Paris and Westgate reopened in mid-June. Paris opened its hotel, casino, and pool, as well as restaurants like the Gordon Ramsay Steak and the Eiffel Tower restaurant with great views of the Bellagio fountains across the street.
The buffet at the Wynn was back, but can you still call it a buffet? Guests are seated in the same elegant pre-pandemic dining area, but the long steam tables full of groceries are gone. Instead of standing in line with plates in hand, diners never have to leave their tables to enjoy dozens of dishes. You simply order from a menu with photos and descriptions of around 90 offers. It’s still “all you can eat” but there is a two hour time limit. The buffet, which opened first on the Strip, is open daily. Prices range from $ 36.99 for a weekday brunch to $ 65.99 for a weekend dinner. Reservations are required.
The new Elio at Wynn restaurant opened Thursday through Sunday from 5:30 p.m. for a summer preview. Guests choose from modern Mexican dishes prepared by chef Sarah Thompson.
Wolfgang Puck’s Spago am See in Bellagio serves dinner from Friday to Tuesday from 5pm to 10pm.
The Sahara introduced reservations for their baccarat, blackjack, and roulette games. As space at gaming tables is limited due to social distance, guests can book a seat up to 72 hours in advance. Otherwise, they could stand around waiting for a seat to open.
Oscar’s Steakhouse, named after the former Vegas mayor, reopened for dinner Thursday through Sunday. The glass dome restaurant at the downtown Plaza Hotel & Casino offers great views of the Fremont Street Experience.
Topgolf, a popular attraction for golf and other sports at the MGM Grand, also opened its doors.
The adults-only marquee pool at Cosmopolitan is open Friday through Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to sunset. There are DJs and lots of food and drink here. Reservations are required.
Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood: About half of the 200 shops, restaurants and attractions in the Milelong shopping center reopened at certain times (11 a.m. to 7 p.m.). The adjacent Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino will remain closed.
Excalibur: Within the castle walls, guests can enjoy games, a limited number of restaurants, the pool complex, fitness center, and the Fun Dungeon Arcade.
Caesars Palace: The hotel casino and the spacious Garden of the Gods pool oasis with a play area for swimming were reopened. The pool complex is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The resort’s racing and sports book and the Guy Savoy restaurant are also open.
The Linq will remain closed, but the casino and its restaurants will continue to operate.
Hash House A Go Go is open daily from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday through Sunday. Influence, the resort’s pool, welcomes guests from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday through Sunday. The high roller observation wheel on Linq Promenade is open with a maximum of 10 passengers per cabin to allow for social distancing. (It was 40 before the shutdown in mid-March.)
Big Elvis, also known as Pete Vallee, was the first artist to return to Harrah. The act, which has been a staple of Vegas for years, returns to Harrah’s Piano Bar Thursday through Saturday at 2pm, 3:30 pm, and 5pm – and it’s free.
Kenny Davidsen’s Celebrity Piano Bar, a few blocks east of the Strip along Flamingo Road, has reopened in Tuscany’s hotel-casino. During this time of the pandemic, the lounge has a plexiglass wall that separates the audience from the stage. The shows start on Fridays at 8.45 p.m.
Caesars Palace, Flamingo and Harrah’s Las Vegas are open. This also applies (from north to south on the Strip): Strat, Sahara, Circus Circus, Wynn-Encore, Treasure Island, Venetian, Harrahs, Caesars Palace, Bellagio, Cosmopolitan, MGM Grand, Signature at MGM Grand and New York-New York .
The downtown hotels along Fremont Street that welcome guests from east to west are El Cortez, The D, Fremont, Four Queens, the Hotel Apache, Golden Nugget, Golden Gate, and Plaza.
The Neon Museum reopened at the end of May. Although much of the site is outdoors, the number of visitors is limited at any one time. Visitors are asked to book timed tickets in advance.
The downtown Mob Museum has also reopened, with temperature controls for visitors at the entrance. The museum encourages people to buy timed tickets in advance.