Resorts World Las Vegas Breaks Ground

Resorts World Las VegasThe Genting Group has broken ground on the first Las Vegas Strip development in nearly a decade: Resorts World Las Vegas (RWLV).

The China-themed property aims to provide cultural attractions, varied cuisine and entertainment options when it opens, currently projected for mid-2018. The property will include three hotels; multiple restaurants featuring a variety of authentic, regional Chinese cuisines; over 100,000 square feet of gaming space; numerous retail offerings; and a nightlife venue. Additional details on amenities being offered at RWLV will be released throughout the construction process.



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