LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — Caesars Amusement introduced the reopening date of the Rio Hotel & Casino Thursday.
Rio will reopen its doorways Dec. 22 at 10 a.m. Rio is Caesars Entertainment’s ultimate resort in the US and Canada to reopen following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The hotel portion of Rio will only be open Thursday via Monday, but the gaming floor will be open seven times a week, in accordance to a news release. The lodge part will open up seven times a 7 days for the holiday getaway time, from Dec. 23-Jan. 3, 2021. Self parking will be no cost and valet will not be open, Caesars Enjoyment said.
The house will also resume with some stay amusement, as Penn & Teller are set to hit the stage. Caesars Amusement reported a functionality plan will be introduced at a later date.
“The past nine months have been filled with issues, as well as possibilities which include the merging of our two gaming businesses to form the new Caesars Amusement,” said Anthony Carano, President and COO of Caesars Enjoyment. “We understand the outstanding work it has taken to reopen our resorts and get us to this critical milestone, and we appear ahead to welcoming our Staff Customers and Attendees again to Rio with their health and basic safety nonetheless top rated of head.”
Rio will also debut a recently branded William Hill Sports Ebook on reopening day.
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