As Las Vegas works towards getting back on their feet from the COVID-19 quarantine, they have some exciting news. A brand new, first-ever, adults-only casino resort is coming to Sin City. You’ve heard of swim-up bars, but get ready for a swim-up amphitheater.

That’s right, the gigantic swimming pool will boast a big screen and 777 rooms. Circa Resort and Casino is 1.25 million-square-feet, set to open on December 28th. Downtown Las Vegas is getting a new family member, promising modern luxuries and cutting-edge technology. But they’ll also pay homage to LV history. That is, with Vegas Vickie in their lobby (you know, the famous neon-kicking cowgirl).

  • 6 temperature-controlled pools on different levels, two spas, 337 lounge chairs, 30 private cabanas, and 38 daybeds
  • Rooftop pool, aka the pool amphitheater (134ft x 41ft), on the fifth floor, operating all year round fitted with 14-million-pixels. Now you can watch all the football games and other sports in grand style
  • 71-degree tapered tower
  • 3-story stadium-style sportsbook with 78-million-pixel high definition screen for up to 1000 guests
  • 1,350 slots and 49 table games

And if those weren’t enough, you can get your grub on at the premium steak and seafood offerings from a few different places. Barry’s Downtown Prime, Project BBQ, and Victory Burger & Wings Co. Entertainment, food, and oh yes, travel. A fully integrated ride-share hub will be available at the ‘Garage Mahal‘. Boasting high-tech design and thoughtful features make it the most convenient parking venue in the city. Let’s see!

The first five floors of amenities and parking hub will complete on October 28th, which is two months ahead of schedule. As 2020 has thrown the city numerous curveballs this year, the resort CEO and developer, Derek Stevens, is motivated.

“Once, Las Vegas held a certain mystique as this fabulous place where only grown-ups could play. Call us old-fashioned, but we think adults need some of that mystique back in their lives.” – A Resort Tweet

What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas. But with this new casino and resort, it promises to let adults have fun for the first time, the right way, without their kids. Just this once.

If this doesn’t sound exciting to you, just check out the images below for a preview. So, anyone going to Vegas yet?