That new tower taking over the skyline in Downtown Las Vegas, Circa Resort, has now started to take reservations for its October 28 opening date. Only one catch; No Kids allowed. Only adults 21 and over can come and play in Derek Stevens newest attraction. With its two-story casino, “pool amphitheater” and worlds largest sportsbook. Not to mention its the nine-story parking garage dubbed “the Garage Mahal”
Standing at 459 feet tall and have 777 hotel rooms and suites, its the newest resort to open in the Las Vegas Valley since The ill after Lucky Dragon opened in 2016 (and closed in 2018). Its the first built from the ground-up resort in downtown Las Vegas in decades.
When word leaked out about the “No Kids Allowed” policy, Derek messaged out “Circa was expensive to build and we couldn’t afford the arcade LOL,” – Stevens said his other properties downtown — D Las Vegas and Golden Gate — would continue to allow guests with children. And I will say they are more family-friendly prices than Circa!
Derek Stevens, along with his brother Greg, own two other downtown casinos, D Las Vegas and Golden Gate. In 2016, the Stevens purchased the nearby Mermaids Casino and the Glitter Gulch strip club, both of which closed later that year. The entire block was demolished in 2017. They also purchased a 2-acre site between the Plaza Casino and the Main Street Station to build their parking structure.
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