More signs that Las Vegas is making a comeback, Caesars Entertainment brings two of its resorts on the Las Vegas Strip back seven days a week.
Starting on Monday, March 15, Planet Hollywood Resort returns to daily hotel reservations, while The Linq opens up its hotel reservations to seven days a week starting on Monday, March 22. Previously, the hotels accommodated weekend stays only, while the gaming floors operated 24/7 since the properties reopened in 2020.
“With Governor Sisolak’s recent announcement, we are encouraged Las Vegas will continue to rebound beyond expectations. Spring break, the big college basketball tournament, pool season, and more are around the corner, and we can’t wait to see more friendly faces on the casino floor,” says Sean McBurney, regional president of Las Vegas operations for Caesars Entertainment, in a press statement.
At Planet Hollywood Resort, all gaming and the race and sports book are open daily, along with Gordon Ramsay Burger, Extra Lounge, PH Shiver Frozen Cocktails, Café Hollywood, Earl of Sandwich, and Starbucks.
All gaming and the race and sports book reopen daily at the Linq as well, as do Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar, Nook Express, Hash House A Go Go, 3535, Purple Zebra, Re:Match Bar, Catalyst Bar, and Influence, the pool at the resort.
The news comes The Palazzo reopened its hotel last week after more than nine months of closing for midweek stays and four months of accepting no reservations. On March 5, MGM Resorts reopened Mandalay Bay, the Mirage, and Park MGM seven days a week.