UAE: Gaming area in RAK's Wynn resort will be 'easily accessible' to visitors.

Being built on an island of almost 62 hectares, the resort will have 20 restaurants, some of which will be helmed by top chefs from worldwide.
The gaming area in Ras Al Khaimah's first integrated resort will be 'centrally located' and readily accessible to visitors, according to an executive. However, visitors can avoid entering the gaming area and still enjoy in the array of other experiences offered at the multibillion property in Al Marjan.
“It (the gaming area) will be centrally located and it is going to be its own space,” said Chief Communications Officer of the resort Michael Weaver. “It will be very easily accessible to the visitors. However, there will be other people who want to come and enjoy all the other experiences. So it will be very possible to come, experience the rooms, the restaurants, the spa, shopping and never enter the gaming area.”

Water activities and night life.

Weaver added that the resort would have a several activities apart from the gaming centre. “We will have programming around the beach, the water, as well as a nightlife experience that will incorporate the beach also. Right in front of the hotel is this beautiful 3.6-hectare tropical landscape pool experience. So, people will have the feeling of being at a beautiful tropical beach resort.”

Opening in 2027

The resort is expected to finish construction in 2025 and open to public in 2027. “Right now, we're pouring concrete and going up each floor,” he said. “So, we're expecting to top off the building in late 2025. Then we will start to finish the interiors. And that will take until early 2027.”
Under construction in Ras Al Khaimah, the structure of the resort is expected to be more than 300 metres when completed. According to CCO, it will be an “iconic landmark” for the country and will be something the “UAE has never seen before.”

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