COVID 19 Is Reportedly Sucking the Viva La Viva Out of Las Vegas

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In the shadow of Covid-19, Las Vegas is on its own down hill losing streak.

Las Vegas casinos have open for months now, are a likely hotbed for the spread of COVID-19.

Las Vegas Casinos, hotels and shows which last year generated $60 billion (£48 billion) in tourist revenue are either almost empty or shuttered.

The entertainment mecca of the Strip, which attracted 49.5 million people in 2019 from around the world is neglected and deserted.

A 150ft-tall replica of the Statue of Liberty is wearing a face mask, while no one is clamoring for a selfie

The best hotels in Las Vegas have to meet some high standards, considering how much competition they’re up against. Guests looking for an upscale experience won’t have any difficulty finding posh accommodations. Las Vegas’ best hotels take luxury seriously, offering beautifully appointed, spacious rooms as well as amazing amenities and attractions.

Richard Branson Buys Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Vegas

Here’s a list of the best hotels in Vegas

WYNN
BELLAGIO
THE COSMOPOLITAN
THE PALAZZO RESORT HOTEL & CASINO
FOUR SEASONS HOTEL
WALDORF ASTORIA
DELANO
GREEN VALLEY RANCH RESORT AND SPA
PALMS CASINO RESORT
RED ROCK CASINO RESORT AND SPA

VEGAS TRIVIA

What businessman lived in the Desert Inn for so long that they asked him to leave and instead of leaving, he just bought the hotel. Howard Hughes
What was the first hotel built on what is now the Vegas strip? The Flamingo
What is the oldest hotel in Vegas? Golden Gate