When it comes to Resorts World, two numbers are nearly impossible to overlook.
There’s 4.3 billion, the amount of dollars it took to get to Thursday’s opening. And 10, the number of years that have passed since the most recent new megaresort opened on the Strip.
Dig a little deeper, though, and you’ll find some more numbers that help tell the story of the year’s biggest debut.
Average number of workers on site each day
Amount of structural steel, in tons, used to develop the resort
Number of bolts used
Amount of concrete poured, in yards
Number, in linear feet, of post-tension cables used
Number of seats inside the Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas
Number of speakers
Distance, in feet, between the farthest seat and the stage
Number of albums sold by headliner Celine Dion
Number of bodies of water on the property, which breaks down to the main three-pool complex, the family pool, the Bimini Pool with hot tub, the Cabana Pool and the adults-only VIP pool combo that includes the Strip’s only infinity pool
Number of cabanas around those pools
Amount, in square feet, of water
Size, in square feet, of the pool area
Retail and dining
Size, in square feet, of retail space
Number of retail experiences, led by Fred Segal, Judith Leiber Couture and Hervé Léger
Number of food stalls in the interactive Famous Foods Street Eats
Number of bars and lounges
Number of hidden speakeasies
Number of signature restaurants
Number of casual eateries
Number of spots dedicated to ice cream (Craig’s Vegan and Aubi & Ramsa, which serves “boozy” flavors)
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