According to a source, the Las Vegas Strip will stay open to two lanes of traffic in front of the Resorts Worlds Las Vegas for the hotel-grand casino’s opening by the end of the month.
Due to road work near the Strip’s north end, traffic is occasionally limited to one lane in each direction. The Las Vegas Review-Journal said that this won’t happen in front of Resorts World from June 24 to July 5.
The southbound lanes of the Strip are visible from Resorts World. According to Clark County spokesperson Dan Kulin, two northbound lanes will be available at that area from June 24-July 5, except from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m., while just one lane would be open.
The stores include a Kardashian Kloset pop-up shop that sells things formerly owned by reality TV stars from the Kardashian-Jenner family. A Pepper sexual health boutique with professional sexologists on staff is also offered. Tiger Sugar, a bubble tea business, and Craig’s Vegan, a Los Angeles based vegan ice cream business, are among the restaurants.
According to Resorts World President Scott Sibella, smoking will be prohibited throughout the resort save on the gaming floor.
Resorts World is one of seven hotel-casinos on the Strip that will be hosting fireworks on July 4 this year.
The Strat, Treasure Island, Caesars Palace, Aria, Venetian, and Planet Hollywood are also part in the 11 p.m. performance. The Strat is the only one of them inside the municipal limits of Las Vegas.
The launch of Resorts World next week is part of a decades-long revitalization of the Strip north of Flamingo Road.
Other adjacent resorts previously linked with the mob have been razed, alongwith the Stardust. The Sands, which is now the Venetian, and the Desert Inn, which is where Wynn Las Vegas was built, are two examples.