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  1. Pictures from inside the new Circa Resort and Casino


  2. Circa Resort and Casino is open! Well, at least the casino part is. Circa welcomed its first guests at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday, October 28. The hotel tower is still under construction and is scheduled to open in late December this year.


  3. More views of Circa Resort & Casino as they prepare for their partial grand opening on October 28.


  4. Circa Resort Las Vegas is rapidly putting on the final touches before their semi-grand opening on October 28th. The first 5 floors will open in 10 days, with the hotel planning to open on December 28th, but could open sooner.


  5. The countdown to Circa's partial grand opening on October 28th!


  6. Construction continues to move along at Circa Resort Las Vegas. The 21+ hotel and casino plans on opening the gaming room, restaurants and pools next month, but the 44-storey, 777 room hotel won't open until the end of the year.


  7. More exterior progress on Circa Las Vegas as they approach their opening date.


  8. The Drew, Las Vegas is now sharing 2023 as their opening date. No mention recently of its financial issues and this video interview with the team is very positive about the project and ongoing construction.

    Today we go behind the scenes with the team creating The Drew Las Vegas, one of the most exciting projects happening in the hotel business today. The Drew will be a 3,700 room-ish casino gaming resorts in Las Vegas opening 2023. Here's the scoop on what to expect when it debuts!

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  9. A view of Las Vegas Downtown with the almost complete Circa Resort and Casino towering over. Circa has announced that the first 5 floors will be open October 28, 2020 - only welcoming patrons aged 21+.


  10. ResortsAhoy is offline resortX Top Investigator
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    Jul 2019
    I agree, concept art is really just to give a feel rather than specification for what will be delivered.

    Those to me look like giant frogs (note the extended legs/feet) and are to fit with the animal theming for the whole resort. I believe that space is just meant to feel like you're underwater and you would have to wait for the actual design to come out to see what it actually turned out to be.

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