Adults-only resort and casino to open in Las Vegas

Posted by Imogen Searra on 6 July 2020

Circa will be the first adults-only resort and casino to open in Las Vegas. The establishment will also be opening the largest pool amphitheater in America.

The outdoor feature will be equipped with a 14-million-pixel screen showing the live-action sports and will be accessible throughout the year.

‘Rooted in the neon glow of the past, we celebrate living large in the now, and keep our eyes wide open to the future. Drawing on the best that has come before us, we are building a new legacy: one that turns the good times up to eleven and burns bright with the original spirit of Vegas. In a city where time disappears, we are the masters of these fleeting moments, creating experiences that electrify the soul and memories that will last forever,’ says the official website.

The resort will measure 1.25-million-square-feet with 777 rooms. It will also host a variety of culinary, entertainment and other exciting experiences for its guests. These will be inspired by ‘old-school Las Vegas hospitality,’ according to the website.

On site, there will be 5 restaurants, a 24-hour fitness centre, valet and self-parking among other amenities.

Circa Resort & Casino Main Street entrance in Las Vegas, Nevada. Image credit: Circa Las Vegas/ Facebook

Circa Resort & Casino exterior with pool deck. Image credit: Circa Las Vegas/ Facebook

Due to open its first five floors and parking garage on October 28, reservations are open and start at $299 (R5,078) per night. Guests have to be over 21 to visit and stay at the resort.






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