Caesars To Reopen Bally’s Las Vegas July 23

Caesars Entertainment Corporation has announced plans to begin operations at Bally’s Las Vegas on July 23, after positive re-openings at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas.. The Company has reopened, as previously reported, the gaming floor and other facilities at The LINQ Hotel + Experience, as well as The LINQ Promenade, High Roller Observation Wheel, FLY LINQ and Eiffel Tower View Deck.

Tony Rodio, CEO of Caesars Entertainment said: “We continue to see solid customer interest in visiting Las Vegas this summer and, as a result, we are pleased to announce the reopening of Bally’s Las Vegas gaming, hotel, restaurants and other amenities on July 23rd.

“We have capped hotel occupancy at our other reopened Las Vegas properties and believe that opening another casino resort, rather than increasing hotel occupancy caps, better supports our enhanced focus on health and safety at this time.”

The following amenities will open at Bally’s Las Vegas:

Food and Beverage

  • Burger Brasserie
  • Bucca di Beppo
  • Bally’s Food Court
  • Tequila Taqueria
  • Lobby Bar
  • Sully’s Bar
  • The all-new Indigo Lounge, overlooking the casino floor.
  • Shiver Bar
  • LaVazza


  • Blu Pool

Previously, the company announced it had suspended fees in Las Vegas for paid self-parking.

Bally ‘s resumption of business follows Caesars’ reopening of regional casinos and hotels around the country , in addition to the above-mentioned Las Vegas properties. In line with customer demand, regulatory requirements and any additional health and safety considerations, Caesars will open its remaining Las Vegas properties.

Bally’s Las Vegas will also follow the previously announced improved guidelines on health and safety that draw on the Company’s current strategies and procedures in those areas. Caesars management focuses on the well-being of staff members, visitors and the community, and aims to create an atmosphere of improved sanitisation protocols and physical distancing activities.

Greater regular washing and sanitisation are among improved health and safety procedures. For all staff, Caesars have introduced a health screening system. Team members and guests are required to wear masks at all Caesars properties which are made available by the Company.