Time to break out the decorative gourds, October has arrived.
It’s 8 p.m. July 11, 2033. Hot and getting hotter. There’s a high of 117 outside McCarran International Airport, and you’re fighting the odd desire to crack an egg over the asphalt, Tweetagram it. You can see the Strip through the glass window at arrivals. It looks roughly the same as you remember—the iconic shapes of the Luxor, Paris and Wynn still cutting through the sky—but you’ve heard a lot has changed since your last visit. “You want in?” your girlfriend asks, sitting in a semicircle of friends. She’s put together a Texas hold ’em table on her tablet, connected to a pack of players in a hotel room at Caesars Palace.
- Breaking News
Bally’s Las Vegas plans to renovate 756 rooms in its South Tower and rename it the Jubilee Tower, named after the longest-running burlesque act in Las Vegas and slated to welcome its first guests in late summer.
What makes the perfect Las Vegas casino? World-class restaurants, no smoking, crunchy cannolis ... and 3:2 blackjack payouts
With Resorts World Las Vegas, the Gansevoort and SLS on the way, the Strip is preparing itself for a new wave of hotel-casinos, each promising a unique Las Vegas experience to top their predecessors and draw tourists the world over.
MGM Resorts International is considering building a water park at Circus Circus, according to a proposal approved by the Winchester Town Advisory Board on Tuesday.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. could be in trouble over a few of its gamblers' illegal practices.
With nightclubs sprawling tens of thousands of feet across Strip properties, many bars, lounges and other smaller nightlife venues have followed in the spirit of expansion.
The Nobu Hotel, with 181 rooms, including 18 luxury suites, will step up Las Vegas' reputation for all-night dining with 24-hour access to a celebrity chef menu and accommodations bigger than some homes. The first hotel from chef Nobu Matsuhisa will step up Las Vegas' reputation for all-night dining with 24-hour access to the kitchens of "the man who reinvented Japanese food."
Inside the shiny pink dome of Circus Circus, amid the clang of arcade games and the squeals of children, is a revered Las Vegas steakhouse. The Steak House sits between a souvenir shop and a “Party 2 Night” store that sells light-up hats. Customers must walk past screaming families on roller coasters and barkers hawking toys to get to it.