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Vegas Is Open and Here's What You'll Find

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In early June 2020, Las Vegas masked up and officially re-opened casinos, hotels and other things to do, despite many mainstay attractions, like shows, remaining closed. As a city known for its nightclubs, parties and 24/7 buzz, imagining it in today's world, peaks one's curiosity. 

What is a socially distanced Las Vegas like? 

According to The Points Guy, it's quite a bit different. 

"I will say most of the time in the city, I felt I could safely get away from crowds of people, even in the casinos. I felt especially safe at my hotel, the Elara, a Hilton Grand Vacations Club, where there was plenty of space, signs and hand sanitizer. It was far enough off the strip that I felt safe; plus, there is no casino."

— Clint Henderson, Senior News Editor, The Points Guy


Read the full story.


9 ways Las Vegas is different in the age of COVID-19

The Points Guy, August 31, 2020





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