Wynn Resorts has scuttled its lagoon project but is restoring its 18-hole Tom Fazio designed golf course that has been closed since December 2017, according to a report from the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
In an era of mergers and endless merger rumors, with Marriott International and Starwood Hotels & Resorts perhaps at its peak, one possibility reported by the New York Post includes the two top names in Las Vegas and Atlantic City—Caesars Entertainment Corp. and MGM Resorts International.
Caesars Entertainment Corporation is on the search for a new president and chief executive officer. The company announced that Mark P. Frissora will step down from Caesars after three years in the role. Frissora will remain on board until February 8, 2019.
Geoconda Arguello Kline, from Culinary Workers Union, Local 226 and UNITE HERE International Union, talks about negotiations with Las Vegas casino hotels.
MidAmerica casino resorts no longer have to gamble when it comes to attracting meeting professionals. Whether it’s a mutiflag salute for our troops, fire pits on stage or an underground rave party, gaming properties are betting the house that they can compete with any big-city counterpart.
The East Coast’s major players are increasingly looking to wine, dine and wow groups in this ever-expanding regional market.
Valley Forge Casino Resort is located in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. Meetings Today spoke with Lani Baird to get an inside look at the property and what it and its surrounding area can offer up for visiting groups.
Native American gaming resorts have come a very long way, so much so that they are now on par with their high-end counterparts in major gaming destinations like Las Vegas and Atlantic City, as well as top-tier resort destinations overall.
Eastern Pennsylvania’s Sands Bethlehem casino resort has been purchased by Wind Creek Hospitality, an affiliate of Alabama’s Poarch Band of Creek Indians, from Las Vegas Sands Corp. for $1.3 billion.
When it comes to hospitality, Mohegan Sun aims for the stars. Midway through my walking tour of the property last November with John Washko, vice president, exhibitions and convention sales, he directed my eyes upwards as we approached Wombi Rock.