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The $4.3 billion dollar development that is to become Resorts World Las Vegas will, according to its developer, focus on catering for A-listers. The resort is scheduled for completion in 2021 and will according to those involved with its development and construction, feature a variety of elements focused on accommodating the rich and the famous.
Some of what is being planned for the new big-money development include a 5,000-seater theatre custom designed to host A-list celebrities and VIP guests. A 7,500 square feet “nightlife and day-life” concept will supposedly also be part of the package entertainment deal once complete, complete with a sky casino as well as a video globe measuring a phenomenal 50 feet across its diameter. The video globe will display a constant stream of LED entertainment and casino-newsworthy content.
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President of Resorts World Las Vegas Scott Sibella is quite obviously over the moon about the up and coming new entertainment mecca and has said that the team involved with the development of the future venue has been working round the clock in order to put together the perfect vision of what the developer ultimately hopes to achieve, and that the team is at long last ready to share that vision with the rest of Las Vegas as well as the casino and hospitality industry at large.
The casino itself will be a sight to behold and the actual games floor will span an impressive 110,000 square feet. This will mean plenty of room for everything from all the slots that any player can possible dream of, table games, high-limit big spend gaming areas, a dedicated Poker room, and also various private gaming booths and saloons. The casino will be perfectly complemented by what is being planned as an “Entertainment Zone”, which will in effect be a race- and sportsbook.
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On the hospitality end of the spectrum, well over 3,500 guests will be able to stay over on location at any given time, what with as many guest rooms being in the pipeline for development. A spa and pool will further sweeten the stay-over deal, complete with a 1,800 square feet divinity pool overlooking parts of the Las Vegas Strip.
Once complete, Resorts World Las Vegas will without a doubt be one of the biggest entertainment complexes of its kind and will invite guests to come along on ride intended to make folks rediscover the magic that is big-time Las Vegas.