Bellagio, MGM Grand, and New York-New York Reopening June 4th

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MGM Resorts announced they’ll be reopening Bellagio Las Vegas; New York-New York Hotel and Casino; and MGM Grand Hotel and Casino on June 4th as the first resorts they open. Additional hotels and amenities will open in the coming months based on demand, the company says.

Here’s a glimpse at what guests can expect:

Bellagio
Bellagio’s Conservatory will open with a beautiful new Japanese Spring Garden display called “Japan Journey: Magic of Kansai”. The resort’s iconic fountains will once again come to life. Food & Beverage amenities will include a variety of lounges such as Petrossian Bar, featuring its signature pianist as well as casual and fine-dining restaurants like Prime and Lago. The Mayfair Supper Club, which opened only a few months ago to rave reviews, will also reopen its doors. The lush pool will open with a selection of cabanas available. The Salon and Fitness Center also will be available. 
New York-New York
In addition to a variety of bars and dining offerings including the lively Tom’s Urban, New York-New York guests can enjoy the highly popular Big Apple Roller Coaster and Big Apple Arcade, as well as Hershey’s Chocolate World. Just in time for celebrating summer, the pool will open with a selection of cabanas available. The property’s Fitness Center will be available to hotel guests. Many of the venues at the adjacent Park are slated to open, as well. 
MGM Grand and The Signature
MGM Grand, known for its dynamic mix of offerings, will open a number of bars and lounges as well as casual and fine-dining venues including Craftsteak and Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill. A selection of cabanas will be available alongside a portion of the resort’s exciting pool environment. The Salon and Fitness Center will be available to hotel guests. The Signature at MGM Grand also will open with a variety of its amenities available. 

It appears that even once the above hotels open, it’s likely that only a certain amount of guest rooms will initially in be use to create social distancing as well as to meet the demand. One positive all guests will see is MGM Resorts Offering Free Parking Upon Reopening, however resort fees are still being collected.

Additionally, expect to find several other changes including temperature checks for all guests and employees, social distancing requirements, required masks for employees and encouraged for guests, hand washing stations and more.

MGM Resorts isn’t the only one to open on June 4th. The Cosmopolitan, Wynn/Encore, Caesars Palace, and Venetian will be among the first resorts to re-open along the strip.

Are you considering a trip to Las Vegas in the coming months? Feel free to share your thoughts below.

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Comments

  1. Life has been so empty without the resort fees.

    I’ve missed them so.

    I can’t wait to pay them…been sitting at home thinking…when can I return to NY, NY and be hit with $37/day for all the value that it provides.

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