Malaysian giant Genting Group, which specializes in gambling and hotel business, offered a look at the project of its newest resort with a casino, which is currently being developed in the Northern part Las Vegas Strip. The announcement promises an exciting technological miracle combined with modern and traditional Asian vibes in every corner of the establishment.
To see how successfully the current visualization will be implemented, it will be possible to assess the summer of 2021 with the opening of a luxury resort. Previously, the complex planned to open its doors at the end of 2020.
Resorts World Las Vegas will operate under the Genting brand. The facility is estimated to cost $4.3 billion and will include a 110,000 – square – foot casino that will feature:
- game tables,
- halls for big players,
- private gaming salons,
- poker room,
a 14,000-square-foot entertainment area where there will be racing, sports betting and entertainment.
The resort's two connected towers, West Tower and East Tower, hold 3,500 rooms and suites. Accommodation options will also include luxury villas and penthouses with individual lobbies.
Resorts World in Las Vegas will also host:
- meeting and banquet facilities with an area of 350,000 square feet,
- a 220,000-square-foot pool complex with seven pools, including a 1,800-square-foot infinity pool overlooking the Las Vegas Strip,
- Spa, 27,000 square feet,
- a wide range of bars and restaurants.
- The resort's catering options will include everything from street food to Michelin starred restaurants.
A mixture of modern and traditional
The new Genting hotel will combine traditional and modern architecture with Asian motifs and advanced technology, and will provide guests with world-class services.
The resort will have a 50-foot diameter video sphere that will display more than 6,000 square feet of led content. Led content will also be shown on the hotel's two towers. The West tower will have a 100,000 square foot led screen, one of the largest in the world, and the East tower will have a 19,000 square foot screen.
Resorts World's Las Vegas offering will also include a 5,000-seat state-of- the- art theater to accommodate corporate events, as well as a 75,000-square-foot night and day life concept.
Genting said of the latest addition to its real estate portfolio:
From the lush outdoor pool oasis with vibrant accents and textures to the interior color palette of warm gold and cream shades. Each space will have its own personality and will be equally attractive and exciting.
The new design
Recently presented visualizations showed an updated version of the original plans of the institution. Resorts World in Las Vegas was forced to implement these changes after the company was sued by Wynn Resorts for copying its leading establishments Wynn Las Vegas and Encore, which are located directly across the street from where Genting is building its resort.
Wynn Resorts filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against its competitor late last year. The company claimed that the Genting Megacomplex is strikingly similar to its resorts. According to Wynn Resorts, the rival stole the design of Wynn Las Vegas and Encore's signature facade, as well as horizontal stripes between floors and bronze glazing.
We wrote at Casinoz that Genting denied the claims at the time and said her establishment would be "dramatically different" from Wynn Resorts' ownership. In January, the two companies settled the dispute as the Malaysian gambling and hospitality operator promised to make the necessary changes to the resort's design to avoid any further legal problems.
Earlier this year, Genting said that design updates were unlikely to lead to delays in the opening of Resorts World in Las Vegas scheduled for late 2020. However, on Thursday, the company said that the launch of the mega-resort had been postponed to the summer of 2021.