If you are looking to be among the very first to experience the only Las Vegas resort pledged "to deliver an authentic Asian lifestyle experience," you no longer need to wait until the official grand opening on Dec. 3.
The Los Angeles Times confirms the entire, built-from-scratch resort will open its doors at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 19. You can also stretch out your visit and stay the night, with king and double rooms available for a pricey $499 per night. Beginning Dec. 5, the basic rate drops back down to $188. In addition to bragging rights, hotel guests will receive a mountains or Las Vegas Strip view, Sothys bath amenities plus complimentary tea in-room.
The resort had been hinting on social media that eager customers looking for their first glimpse inside should "come by after Saturday! You may be in for a surprise!"
While Lucky Dragon has shared little of their interior design, a new photograph previews the debut-ready interior of daily lunch and dinner option Pearl Ocean. The restaurant will feature all-day dim sum carts and a "live seafood room," where guests can "select live exotic seafood flown in daily to be prepared in both traditional and modern culinary styles."
Lucky Dragon's dining portfolio will also include the Phoenix, the resort's 60-seat fine-dining Chinese restaurant, Dragon’s Alley, serving street food inspired by Asian night markets and the 24-hour Bao Now, offering dim sum, soups, rice and noodle dishes designed to go.