It has been announced that the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino, owned by Eric Birnbaum and operated by casino giant Caesars Entertainment, will be reopening before Christmas 2020 with the scheduled date of 22nd December.
The property will be the last venue of Caesars Entertainment to re-open following the closure period due to the recent Covid-19 pandemic.
Initially, the hotel will be available for booking weekend stays only, on Thursdays through Mondays, and the on-site casino floor will be open and operating seven days a week.
The Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino is a hotel and casino near the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, United States and was the first all suite resort in the Las Vegas area influenced by the culture of Brazil.
Caesars Entertainment have announced that business will be resuming at the property following the successful reopening of other casinos and hotels within the United States, including gambling hotspot Las Vegas.
On the day of reopening, the gaming and hospitality firm will be unveiling the brand new sportsbook from partner William Hill with a number of offers for new customers, live inplay betting and retail betting kiosks for placing wages on a vartiety of events from the expanded betting menu.
In addition, visitors to the venue will also be able to make use of the variety of casino table games in operation, hundreds of slot machines and a dedicated keno lounge for enthusiasts and newcomers alike.
As with other properties operated by Caesars Entertainment, the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino will following the new safety protocols that puts health at the forefront during the current climate and unprecedented times.
With that said, guests at the property can expect to enjoy an environment that practices high standards of sanitization, frequent cleaning of touch points and gaming machines and physical distancing between casino players and hotel goers.
From the reopening date of the 22nd December 2020 onwards, visitors will be welcomed back to the Rio Las Vegas Casino that promises an action packed, high-energy Las Vegas casino experience, which is also host of one of the world’s most popular poker games: World Series of Poker.
President and Chief Operating Officer of Caesars Entertainment Anthony Carano commented on the reopening:
“As the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino prepares to resume operations on December 22, this marks the final Caesars Entertainment resort to reopen in the U.S. and Canada.
The past nine months have been filled with challenges, as well as opportunities including the merging of our two gaming companies to form the new Caesars Entertainment.
We recognize the incredible effort it has taken to reopen our resorts and get us to this important milestone, and we look forward to welcoming our Team Members and Guests back to Rio with their health and safety still top of mind.”