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Las Vegas to Gets its First-Ever Non-Gambling Resort

Las Vegas is often referred to as the world’s entertainment capital, and thanks to the plethora of resorts, the city is also known as the Silver City. However, for the first time in its history, Las Vegas will have a resort without gambling and smoking facilities. The new resort is expected to become operational from 2024 and spread in two blocks covering an area of six acres.

This resort will present an attractive option for the visitors looking forward to a luxurious stay and gambling and the noise of slot machines. One can enjoy all the amenities and facilities available in other Vegas hotels, which means one need not compromise on the well-being and comfort factor.

Among the key facilities, the resort will consist of a five-star hotel with 720 luxurious suites that are optimized to deliver the best of comfort and convenience to visitors. Besides, it will offer standalone restaurants with dancing fountains and live entertainment zones. Visitors will also get access to the outdoor pool with Turkish coffee and a live entertainment facility.

There is a provision of a separate spa for medical and wellness purposes that will occupy 70000 square feet of area across four floors. This world-class facility will offer personalized nutrition plans and spa treatments, among a host of other services to the visitors. There is a lucrative scope of investment as corporate sky suites for the sale purpose will also be built in 270000 square feet area between the 51st and 60th floor of the resort.

The resort is estimated to be built with a total cost of $850 million by Majestic Las Vegas. The height of the non-gambling resort will be 620 feet, and its design has been done by Paul Steelman. The construction of the resort is expected to start in July later this year.

Joseph Watkins

Joseph Watkins is an avid gambler and also contributes the in-depth & most recent Las Vegas casino news stories. He joins LasVegasCasinoNews.com as a news-editor recently with almost two years of experience in sports news writing.

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