Las Vegas Reopening Hotel Rates for June 4

It is official: Las Vegas casinos may reopen on June 4, barring an unforeseen circumstance.

Resorts have been floating reopening dates that started with April 17 arrivals. The date was pushed back several times. Hotels canceled reservations that were impossible to keep due to the COVID-19 Las Vegas shutdown. The data was used to gauge interest in the hotels.

I covered what the prices looked like for May 1 here. There were significant changes in both directions between the May 1 rates and the ones currently posted for June 4. 

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There will be several noticeable differences for guests returning to casinos. There are Nevada Gaming Control Board policies that restrict the number of players at a table game. The cap is six players for craps, four for roulette and poker and three for other table games. Slots will also be spaced out with every other machine turned off or reconfigured to allow for proper social distancing.

There will also be policies like temperature checks at doors and limits to the number of people in an elevator. Employees will all wear masks. Patrons will be encouraged to do so.

Below are the rates for the grand reopening weekend as shown on each hotel’s website. The first number is the rate for Thursday, June 4. The second is for Friday, June 5. Resort fee and tax are not included. Aria, Excalibur, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, Main Street Station, Mirage, Park MGM and Tropicana are not accepting reservations at this time.  

Las Vegas Strip Reopening Rates

  • Bally’s: $35/$75
  • Bellagio: $139/$249
  • Caesars Palace: $99/$149
  • Circus Circus: $23/$72
  • Cosmopolitan: $152/$216
  • Cromwell: $99/$149
  • Flamingo: $35/$75
  • Harrah’s $35/$75
  • Linq: $35/$75
  • MGM Grand: $49/$99
  • New York-New York: $30/$89
  • Nobu: $129/$179
  • Paris Las Vegas: $55/$105
  • Planet Hollywood: $49/$109
  • Sahara: $58/$84
  • Strat: $21/$94
  • Treasure Island: $55/$76
  • Venetian: $134/$187
  • Wynn: $110/$136

The casinos below are in downtown Las Vegas. The first rate is for Thursday, June 4. The second is for Friday, June 5. Resort fee and tax are not included. There is no resort fee at Four Queens. 

Downtown Las Vegas Reopening Rates

  • Binion’s: $45/$79
  • California: $26/$68
  • Downtown Grand: $30/$80
  • El Cortez: $29/$69
  • Four Queens: $49/$99
  • Fremont: $53/$120
  • Golden Gate: $21/$69
  • Golden Nugget: $69/$129
  • Plaza: $30/$86
  • The D: $30/$79


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