Las Vegas Hotel NEWS

Discussion in 'Las Vegas Hotels and Casinos' started by everyann, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. everyann

    everyann Guest

    2007 will mark the opening of the Venetian’s Palazzo. The $1.6 billion hotel and casino will feature meeting spaces and approximately 3020 rooms. This addition to the Venetian Las Vegas, when completed, combined with the hotel and Sands Expo will make it the largest resort and hotel complex.

    The partnership of Station Casinos, Inc and The Greenspun Corporation has been made in agreement to develop the Aliante Station. The Aliante Station, a 1,905-acre planned community, will be a hotel and casino in Aliante in North Las Vegas

    Completing its expansion in the first quarter of 2007 the Red Rock Las Vegas, which just opened in 2006, will be featuring 430 additional hotel rooms and a bigger spa. Looking forward, the second quarter of this year the Red Rock Las Vegas plans to open a 72-lane bowling center. The bowling center will include a lounge, dining, pro-shop and, of course, a VIP area for private parties.

    The Palms will open a 50-story Condominum Hotel and Spa Tower at the Palms Casino Resort, which is expected to open in 2008. The Condos will have 599 rooms, feature a SkyTube,and a moving walkway that will connect the residences with the casino, restaurants, and nightclubs.

    The Trump International Hotel and Towers will make its debut in 2008 on the strip. Being one of the few properties on the strip not offering a casino, it will, instead, house luxurious amenities including a private spa, fitness center and gourmet restaurant.

    Featuring all of the state-of-the-art amenities the Cosmoplitan Resort and Casino is scheduled to be complete in 2008. This $2 billion project is expected to have 3,000 condo-hotel and hotel rooms, a full-service casino, over 150,000 square fee of convention and meeting space, pools, nightclubs, and restaurants.

    The Wynn Las Vegas will continue to add onto its property with a second tower, Encore. Expected to be complete in 2008, this $1.4 billion hotel and casino will feature approximately 2,000 rooms, its own casino, pool, and other luxurious amenities.

    The 76-acre development, MGM City Center, will debut its urban metropolis in 2009. Featuring 4,000 hotel and casino rooms, two 400-room boutique htoels, 2700 luxury residences and retail, dining and entertainment spread out over 550,000 square feet. These City Center residences are currently available for purchase.

    Scheduled to open in 2010, the Boyd Gaming Corp. plans to develop a resort on the property that once was the Stardust. The Echelon Place will house 5,300 rooms, 1 million square feet of meeting and convention space and a 140,000 square foot casino.

    The W Las Vegas will make its debut in 2010 thanks to the partnership with Edge Resorts. The W Las Vegas will be a hotel, casino and residence. You’ll find this $1.7 billion project at the intersection of Harmon and Koval. W Hotels are known for the stylish, signature comfort. The W Las Vegas will be no different with its striking architecture, restaurants, nightlife, and spa. This will be the brand’s first property featuring a casino.

    In 2007, the New Frontier will bid its farewell to Las Vegas to make room for Montreux, named after the Swiss resort and jazz festival. Scheduled to open in 2010 the new hotel will have approximately 2750 rooms and 750 suites. The hotel will feature an observation wheel, which is tentatively being called the Las Vegas Eye. On the obersvation wheel, guests will have the view of the front of the hotel facing the strip in temperature controlled cabins that goe as high as 450 feet.
     
  2. wanderer

    wanderer Moderator

    As much as things stay, they say the same. The newest happening in early 2012 is the opening of the Octavius Tower at Caesar's.

    The other news is more about closing. The Harmon Hotel tower is going to be imploded rather than opening in the first place. The Sahara closed last spring and its contents were auctioned off. It seems like 2007 was so long ago...it was pre-financial crisis. Ah, good times. :)
     

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