Construction workers at Resorts World Las Vegas, the $4-plus-billion casino resort currently under development on the Strip, have completed another important task to prime the luxury property for its planned summer 2021 opening.
The resort’s gigantic sign has recently been installed on its facade, according to a tweet on Resorts World Las Vegas’ Twitter page.
The process took a month to complete, it also became known. The installation of the letters marked another important step toward the finalization of the luxury integrated resort that will join an already rich portfolio of Resorts World-branded properties operated by Malaysian casino and hospitality giant Genting Group.
Our letters are up and we’re doubling down on Summer 2021. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the month-long installation: pic.twitter.com/AYyGKOZq1w
— Resorts World Las Vegas (@ResortsWorldLV) July 13, 2020
Earlier this month, the property unveiled a behemoth 100,000-square-foot LED screen with a fireworks show. The screen is one of the largest LED building displays in the US and is located on the resort’s West Tower. It includes 3,552 individual LED panels.
It is 294 feet high and 340 feet wide. The display took more than seven months to install, property officials revealed. It is one of several LED screens that Resorts World will feature when it opens doors next summer. When this happens, the property will offer more than 200,000 square feet of LED content.
On Track for Summer 2021 Launch
Resorts World said on Twitter than now as the property has its letters up, they are doubling down on their planned 2021 opening.
Late last month, the property offered a first look at its Hilton and Conrad hotel rooms. When it opens doors for visitors and guests next year, Resorts World Las Vegas will feature 3,500 hotel rooms and suites.
Under a multi-brand partnership with hospitality giant Hilton, Resorts World will integrate three of the latter’s premium hotel brands, with those being Hilton Hotels & Resorts, LXR Hotels & Resorts, and Conrad Hotels & Resorts.
Aside from 3,500 rooms spread across three luxury brands, Resorts World Las Vegas will also feature a 117,000-square-foot casino with slot machines, table games, private salons, a poker room, and high limit areas.
The resort will offer an extensive food and beverage portfolio with a wide range of cuisine – from authentic street food to Michelin-starred dining experience – and concepts that will be entirely new to the Las Vegas Strip.
Other facilities at the property will include a 222,000-square-foot pool complex with nine different pool experiences, a state-of-the-art theater with capacity for 5,000 people that will be hosting A-list residencies and corporate events, 350,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space, distinct nightlife concepts, and more.
Resorts World submitted in early June plans to become a stop in Elon Musk’s planned Las Vegas Convention Center Loop underground transit system. Property officials said that the “proposed Resorts World Las Vegas passenger station would provide convention guests and visitors with a rapid and seamless experience” between the Las Vegas Convention Center and Resorts World Las Vegas.
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