In order to combat COVID-19, Caesars Entertainment is looking to reduce its debt, and has partnered with 60 charitable organizations, including the Las Vegas Food Bank, SHARE Village, and Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada. The HERO volunteer program, made up of Team Members, donated more than 370,000 hours of service to nonprofits in 2019. In 2019, this program has donated nearly $2 billion to organizations.
The company recently announced multimillion-dollar plans to renovate and upgrade the historic Riviera Hotel. While most of the casino is renovated, the original main entrance, the porte-cochère, and the main casino will remain. In addition, the Rio will re-open its restaurants and nightclubs. In addition, Caesars Entertainment is constructing a new convention center at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino.
Besides the casino’s historic landmarks, Caesars Entertainment’s multimillion-dollar investment in Horseshoe Las Vegas is also impressive. It is part of the storied line of Las Vegas resorts operated by Caesars Entertainment. The company has invested in gaming technology, the casino floor, and entertainment by partnering with the world’s best entertainers. A new project, the Horseshoe, will open in late 2017.
The LINQ, one of Caesars’ most iconic landmarks, is a prime example of this. The Las Vegas Strip is just a few feet away, so guests will find everything they need in the LINQ. And if you are looking for a spot to play blackjack, don’t miss out on the casino at Planet Hollywood. Aside from this, the LINQ will be an important part of the business in the city.
The redevelopment of the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino will allow the resort to expand its presence in the area. The multimillion-dollar project will also improve the resort’s image and its image. As a public company, Caesars is committed to a healthy and innovative future, and it has always been a major contributor to the city’s economy. Its latest development will make it even more appealing to tourists and the business will benefit from the expansion.
Caesars Entertainment has been struggling to hire enough housekeeping and guestroom attendants to meet its needs. The company reported a net loss of $233 million during the third quarter, and has plans to sell off the real estate of one of its hotels on the Las Vegas Strip early next year. The Caesars Palace, Harrah’s Las Vegas, Flamingo, Bally’s, Planet Hollywood, and the RIO all have experienced some of the most challenging times in the history of the world.
The RIO All-Suite Hotel & Casino will receive a multi-million dollar renovation. The renovation of the Rio will give the resort a new, ancient Roman look. The casino will also add new gaming tables and electronic roulette. The hotel will have a bacchanal buffet and a bakery by Dominique Ansel. The resort is planning for an extra-vaganza concert in December.
In the city, Caesars Entertainment is committed to continuing to enhance the city’s cultural heritage. The company’s headquarters is in downtown Las Vegas. In addition, the company’s studios are located near the Rio and Eldorado Resorts. Its production studio has an impressive array of equipment and has produced numerous movies, including Jason Bourne’s The Hangover and Dreamgirls.
During the holiday season, Caesars Entertainment is distributing frozen turkeys and cookies to its team members. In addition to these generous gestures, the company also plans to distribute holiday cookies to all of its Team Members. The company will also resume gaming and hospitality operations at the Rio. This is a huge deal for the casino industry. At the end of the year, it will be difficult for anyone to keep their spirits up.
Caesars Entertainment plans to make its Las Vegas hotels more modern. This includes remodeling the main entrance, porte-cochre, and casino. The company will continue to open the same number of restaurants and bars as before, but it will limit the number of restaurants in the resorts and close the Bacchanal Buffet, among others. Another example is the High Roller observation wheel in the Linq Promenade, which will stay open and be open longer hours.