The city of Las Vegas is open for business, and it's bringing new and exciting prospects. There’s always a reason to experience Las Vegas. Now that the city has opened up safely using “Vegas Smart” health and wellness measures like mandatory masks, social distancing, and crowd control, trust me when I say we have a million reasons more!
The greatest thing about the city is that it’s always evolving. This year, new resorts and immersive experiences are bustling with life and renewal. Inclusivity is key to the city’s expanding properties. Take a look a few new places you must visit.
You do not want to miss Santa Fe-based art collective Meow Wolf’s Omega Mart, the group’s second permanent installation, opening this year at Area 15, the world’s first immersive entertainment complex. Featuring work from international and local artists, Omega Mart is an interactive psychedelic art experience where participants explore a fantastical supermarket that isn’t all it seems to be. Take a group of friends and explore secret portals or simply escape into your own adventure. Seriously, if all supermarkets were like this we’d never leave!
We can’t wait to experience Circa Resort & Casino, the first resort to open in downtown Las Vegas in 40 years that fully merges gaming, accommodations, and other entertainment. Sports lovers will be amazed at the space, which houses the world’s largest sports betting area with three stories and a 78-million-pixel HD screen, new entertainment and gaming options, a multilevel pool amphitheater (yes, please!), and an indoor/outdoor 8,400-square-foot Legacy Club on the 60th floor of the hotel tower. Wine and dine like it’s always your first time, darling.
A new queen is in town, ladies. Virgin Hotels Las Vegas is opening this year with a new sophisticated desert modern vibe that invites you in and makes it impossible to leave! Not only does the property have a five-acre pool oasis, but it also offers great dining options like Nobu by chef Nobu Matsuhisa and MB Steak by David and Michael Morton. Plus the brand is introducing an upgraded mobile app, Lucy, so everything, including TVs, room service, thermostats, even opening and locking your door, can be controlled through a “touch-free” experience.