As the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians moves closer to taking ownership of what will be its second hotel-casino, the Palms in Las Vegas, the California tribe continues to redefine its first in Highland, California.
Officials with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians offered details about its plans for the Palms for the first time since announcing a $650-million deal to buy the property in May.
“DiscoShow” is set to open at Linq Hotel on New Year’s Eve 2022.
Station Casinos has asked a federal appeals court to overturn a National Labor Relations Board order forcing the company to bargain in good faith with the Culinary Union.
A Marriott spokeswoman confirmed the hotel chain “recently reached an amicable settlement with the hotel’s owner that has resulted in Marriott exiting the project.”
Dolby Live is in, Park Theater is out as the name of the venue at Park MGM.
Spiegelworld, which arrived in Vegas a decade ago as a plucky underdog production troupe, has plans for a new show at Linq Hotel’s Glitterloft, inside the former Imperial Palace sports book.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board’s recommendation to approve the acquisition of Great Britain’s Gamesys Group will help Bally’s bid to expand to an omnichannel operation.
Two separate job fairs are slated to take place this week in Las Vegas.
The man, who recently moved to Las Vegas from Hawaii, won $109,732 at the California Hotel.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority board will consider selling land at Las Vegas and Elvis Presley boulevards to finance convention hall renovations.
While big slot machines captured most of the attention of participants at last week’s Global Gaming Expo, some of the smaller products were packed with technology.