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  1. MarkEm is offline resortX Top Investigator
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    The Aria, Las Vegas just debuted invite-only suites.

    Aria boasts some of the city's most exciting culinary outlets – including Xiao Long Bao from Michelin-starred Taiwanese soup dumpling house Din Tai Fung and the ever-Instagrammable, spicy rigatoni-slinging Carbone. Let us not forget their 80,000-square-foot, desert-inspired spa, pool oasis, and gaming offerings; this is Vegas after all. But while the building's modern design still feels fresh over a decade in, Las Vegas is an extremely competitive market for the highest-end customers. Given that, Aria is just wrapping up a multiyear renovation of their VIP hotel within a hotel concept: Sky Suites.


    These 442 penthouses have long been regarded as some of Las Vegas' most-coveted accommodations, but now they are even more in demand. The one- and two-bedroom Sky Suites range from 1,050 to 2,060 square feet in size and have been re-imagined by Rottet Studio


    Sky Villas' guests arrive in Rolls-Royce Phantoms and are met by Champagne-baring butlers who whisk them directly up to their accommodations. Naturally, the dining tables are adorned with welcome fruits, charcuterie boards, and preferred libations – be it a bottle of Opus One, Chateau Lafite, or Macallen 25. Continue and you will find a fully stocked bar, bathrooms with your choice of Hermès, Bulgari, or Creed products, and Dyson hair dryers. Feeling peckish? Just call your butler who will personally walk you to a prime table at any restaurant on-site. Naturally, there are also in-villa kitchens should you prefer a celebrity chef swing by to prepare a memorable meal. And while we can't possibly begin to describe the entirety of their offerings, we would be remiss to leave out their cigar cart. Here, a catador (cigar sommelier) will bring up a selection of impossible-to-find offerings, as well as custom cheroots crafted by a master torcedor exclusively for Aria.


    Ready to book? Sky Suites start at $1,100 mid-week and $2,000 on weekends and Sky Villas are normally bookable by invitation.
    Source: https://www.travelandleisure.com/hotels-resorts/luxury-hotels/aria-las-vegas-sky-suites-sky-villas

  2. MarkEm is offline resortX Top Investigator
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    The sheer scale of the sphere always blows me away...










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    The Palms hotel is due to reopen in Spring this year.

    The incoming new owner has announced the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas is expected to reopen in spring 2022. The Nevada Gaming Commission has approved the San Manual Gaming and Hospitality Authority, an arm of the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, as a licensee.
    San Manuel announced in May it would purchase the Palms from Station Casinos for $650 million in cash. The resort has been closed since March 2020, when COVID-19 prompted the shutdown of all gaming in Nevada.
    Source: https://news3lv.com/news/instagram/san-manuel-sets-spring-reopening-for-palms-in-las-vegas

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    The Sphere from November but this video has internal footage which I hadn't seen before.






  5. MarkEm is offline resortX Top Investigator
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    The Sphere is looking really good with lots of work ongoing the past few months, it's really ramped up.



    The inside of The Sphere and it's predicted layout for the venue.



    It's hard to get a sense of scale on just how big this building is until you see the people working on it!






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    Hard Rock International has agreed to buy the operations of the Mirage casino on the Las Vegas Strip from MGM Resorts International MGM -2.58% for nearly $1.1 billion with plans to build a giant guitar-shaped hotel on the glitzy boulevard.

    The deal with Hard Rock, owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, is the latest of several financial transactions on the Strip, which was hit hard during the pandemic closures but has seen a tourism rebound. The sale of the Mirage operations is expected to close in the second half of 2022, pending regulatory approvals.


    Source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/hard-rock-to-buy-mirage-casino-on-las-vegas-strip-for-1-1-billion-11639441304?mod=djemalertNEWS

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    A California tribe is poised to make gaming history later this month after the Nevada Gaming Control Board voted unanimously last week to recommend approval for its purchase of a Las Vegas resort.
    If the state’s gaming commission green lights the sale of the Palms Casino Resort on Dec. 16, the San Manuel Band of Indians would become the first tribe to own and operate a resort in the heart of the U.S. gaming industry.
    Source: https://www.redlakenationnews.com/story/2021/12/08/business/tribe-inches-closer-to-historic-purchase-of-las-vegas-resort/102647.html

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    Another MGM on the south end of the strip?

    Another resort on the Las Vegas Strip could be in the works for MGM Resorts. The south end of the Strip could get another resort-casino courtesy of MGM Resorts International, which is also working on a strategy to attract more of its regional customers to Las Vegas. MGM’s chief financial officer Jonathan Halkyard said the south end of the Strip, near Allegiant Stadium and T-Mobile Arena, is the new focus for tourists, CDC Gaming Reports writes. The gaming giant acquired the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas in September, as well, giving it domination of the southern end of the gaming corridor. Halyard’s comments and speculation came during Morgan Stanley’s Virtual Global Consumer & Retail Conference.
    Source: https://vegas.eater.com/2021/12/6/22815301/mgm-resorts-another-casino-south-las-vegas-strip

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    The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is nearing a $120 million deal to sell 10 acres of Strip-front property where the Riviera stood. The LVCVA’s board of directors on Tuesday is scheduled to consider selling the land at the southeast corner of Las Vegas and Elvis Presley boulevards, across from the long-stalled former Fontainebleau tower, to CB Investment SpA.


    Terms of the LVCVA deal call for the north Strip property to be developed as a resort or hotel and prohibit any other use. The convention authority also would have the right of first refusal if CB Investment wants to resell the land. Terms of the sale require the company to begin construction by Jan. 1, 2031, with completion by Jan. 1, 2034.


    The land sale is expected to close by June 30, but that could be pushed to Oct. 31, 2022, if the buyer pays $3 million to extend it. The LVCVA also retained the right to use the land, for a fee, until April 30, 2023, for parking, outdoor exhibitions or access to a planned connection at Resorts World for the Boring Co.’s underground-transit system.


    Source: https://www.reviewjournal.com/business/casinos-gaming/lvcva-board-nearing-deal-to-sell-10-acres-at-former-riviera-site-2457480/

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    Las Vegas seems to be going crazy with the new resort announcements recently.

    American luxury hotels operator Dream Hotel Group has reportedly been granted official permission to bring its latest property to an around five-acre parcel of land located at the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip.

    According to a report from the Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper, the New York-headquartered firm received the green light from the Clark County Commission on Wednesday afternoon to begin building a Dream-branded development that is to sit adjacent to the Nevada city’s McCarran International Airport. The source detailed that this work could now start from as soon as April before the finished 527-room resort hotel opens approximately two years later also offering a pool deck and a covered parking garage.


    The newspaper reported that Dream Hotel Group collected the Clark County Commission’s consent for the $600 million property via a six-to-one vote only after it had agreed to make several changes to the layout of the envisioned 20-story venue. These alterations may purportedly end up costing the developer an extra $10 million but were instigated following criticism that the location of the enterprise next to the nation’s seventh busiest airport could lead to several ‘safety and security concerns.’
    Source: https://news.worldcasinodirectory.com/clark-county-officials-okay-dream-las-vegas-plan-for-the-las-vegas-strip-97318

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