A new resort and casino is coming to Las Vegas, but you better leave the kids at home.
Circa Resort & Casino plans to be the first-ever adult-only, 21+ casino-resort in Las Vegas history.
Providing incredible luxury amenities, but also pays homage to Las Vegas’ history with its vintage glamour style and “old-school hospitality.”
As a special tribute, the resort will be the home of Vegas Vickie, possibly the most iconic neon signs from the Strip, in their lobby.
The resort houses 777 rooms in a uniquely tailored, 71-degree tower designed by Steelman Partners and Circa’s Director of Design and Architecture, Alice O’Keefe.
Each room is decked out in minimal, but still vintage Vegas aesthetic with plenty of space, including standard rooms, bunk-bed rooms, and gigantic suites — some rooms are furnished with their own dining tables and in-room wet bars.
But the real perks ar throughout the resort.
Guests can play throughout the resort’s two-story casino, (Circa will be home to the world’s largest sportsbook), a three-story stadium with a 78-million-pixel high-definition screen that can be seen on multiple floors of the casino.
Circa Resort & Casino will house a truly unique pool amphitheater.
All year long, guests can catch the biggest games and major televised events on the 14-million-pixel screen while relaxing in Circa’s six temperature-controlled pools and two spas.
Large groups can book a Super Cabanas, hosting up to 50 guests.
Circa will also offer some unique dining experiences, such as:
Saginaw’s Delicatessen (a family-style deli), Victory Burger & Wings Co., Barry’s Downtown Prime (a high-end steakhouse), and Project BBQ (a local Carolina-style barbeque food truck).
The resort was originally planned to open in December 2020, but progress was effected by Covid-19 and the company has recently announced it will be opening its first five floors and parking garage to guests as soon as October 28, 2020.
“Sometimes life throws you curveballs, and 2020 has been an unpredictable year for the entire world.”
said CEO and developer Derek Stevens.