MGM Resorts Reportedly Opening These Three Strip Hotels First

By on May 6, 2020

MGM Resorts, operator of a dozen properties in the capital of gambling and entertainment, can not answer that question because the decision rests in the hands of state and local officials who weigh when to lift restrictions on coronavirus. But on Thursday’s quarterly earnings call, executives offered a first preview at what guests might anticipate the first reopening of Tourism in Las Vegas. On the list right now: New York-New York Hotel & Casino, a midprice hotel on the south end of the Strip with a roller coaster, arcade and Irish pub, and Bellagio, a swank mid-Strip resort that is home to the famous fountain show, high-end shops and restaurants, a conservatory and a museum. The third being The Mirage, which is known for their iconic Volcano and animal exhibits. “Then from there we’re talking about what other properties should open, if any, at that point in time, we’ll go slow. We’ll be responsive and responsible.” (CEO Bill Hornbuckle)

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