When booking accommodations in Las Vegas, most travelers either search for bottom-of-the-barrel cheap hotels or splurge-worthy, five-star luxury hideaways. Now, travelers will be able to choose between all resorts and the first adults-only Circa Resort & Casino Las Vegas opening October 28, 2020.
Located in historic Downtown Las Vegas, the 1.25 million-square-foot, 777-room Circa Resort & Casino will pay homage to the city’s Golden Era through vintage design, nods to Vegas history and “old-school” service, while keeping its finger on the pulse on future Las Vegas trends and high-tech advancements.
The resort will have an outdoor pool amphitheatre, several original restaurant concepts (from steak and seafood to Pan Asian), 4 bars and the world’s largest sports book with a 3-story screen.
Circa Resort Las Vegas will be the tallest hotel tower north of the Strip and is the area’s first casino-resort built from the ground up in more than 40 years. Construction broke ground on February 19, 2019 with nearly 600 workers.
Take a look at the first adults-only Circa Resort & Casino.
Circa Resort & Casino offers 777 rooms and suites that have views of the surrounding Las Vegas Valley, spaces for entertaining guests, king beds (including double kings!) in every standard room.
For younger party folk who want to save a buck, the resort offers bunk bed accommodations.
Stadium Swim is the outdoor pool amphitheater operating 365 days a year with giant hot tubs in winter months. It’s anchored by a 14-million-pixel screen broadcasting games and major televised events.
The amphitheater’s six temperature-controlled pools and two spas feature Ultraviolet Light sanitation and recirculation patterns, which provide a clean atmosphere, which will be important for guests concerned about Covid-19.
Guests can expect several original restaurant concepts, including delicatessen fare at Saginaw’s Delicatessen (from restaurateur Paul Saginaw); premium steaks and seafood at Barry’s Downtown Prime (helmed by Chef Barry S. Dakake); authentic Carolina barbecue at Project BBQ; casual dining at Victory Burger & Wings Co. from the founding family of American Coney Island; and Pan-Asian cuisine from Downtown Las Vegas’ Chef Dan Coughlin at 8 East.
The resort will have a collection of eclectic beverage concepts with a Downtown Las Vegas theme honoring the city’s most iconic eras, including the luxury rooftop lounge Legacy Club celebrating the city’s founding fathers; 165-ft long sports hub, MEGA BAR; the new home to Vegas’ legendary flair bartenders, Circa Bar, touted as the longest outdoor bar in Nevada, according to Circa Resort; and Vegas Vickie’s cocktail lounge, the new home to the iconic 40-foot-high neon kicking cowgirl.
Circa will have the world’s largest sportsbook, Circa Sports, according to the resort, that offers multi-level stadium seating, food delivered right to guests in their seats from Saginaw’s Delicatessen and Victory Burger & Wings, and a three-story, 78-million-pixel high-definition screen viewable throughout the property’s two-story casino.
The resort will offer gaming as well as Garage Mahal, a fully integrated ride-share hub.
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