Resort World | Unforgettable land-based gambling

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The Resort World Las Vegas is getting ready for a grand opening, offering some of the most advanced technologies Nevada has yet seen. The doors to the cosmic-like experience of gambling are expected to open on June 24, 2021.

Resort World | Unforgettable land-based gambling
View of The Resort World Las Vegas. Image: rwlasvegas.com

The finished exterior is cooking up anticipation for the locals and those planning a trip to Sin City. Perhaps flying over to Macau to see such wonders won’t be necessary after all.

Resort World is built right near the Zouk nightclub that isn’t open until July of 2021. Still, the combination planted on the strip already created an attractive location that’s impossible to miss — especially being that both buildings have massive digital screens pouring over the facade. Simply put, the first glance already gives off promises of extravagant entertainment and an opulent stay. So get your bucket list out; you will want to jot this one down.

Take a peek inside the resort

We will get to the casino details in a moment. But visiting the gambling site without a walkthrough of the resort would be a grave mistake. Resort World doesn’t just promise excellent casino entertainment - the stay itself will be one for the books.

Although Resort World isn’t due to open up quite yet, we have already gathered some information that will allow you to take a first glance at what the marvelous construction has to offer. You will find 3,500 stylish guest rooms, suites, villas, and palaces spread across 66 floors of the Resorts World. Unsurprisingly, many of the Hilton, Conrad, and Crockfords stay options in the resort are already booked out.

You will also have a chance to view some of the most popular shows and concerts in a theater that hosts up to 5,000 individuals. The massive avenue is currently awaiting a Miley Cirus grand opening concert on July 4, 2021, followed by scheduled performances by Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, Luke Bryan, and more.

What would a hot summer trip to Vegas be like without a pool? The seven massive chilled pools will be a hot topic this summer, offering luxurious cabanas, crafted cocktails, and plenty of room to splash around.

The dining scene is no less impressive, offering more than 40 restaurants with food of all styles and cuisines. And of course, you will find loads of other forms of entertainment such as shopping and clubs. But the upmost fascinating aspect of the resort is the interactive concierge technology called Red that will allow you to make requests and purchases in every corner of the resort. You will also have an opportunity to check out incredible touchscreen LED displays that will offer a wide variety of services.

Now, the casino

Are you ready for 117,000 square feet of gambling entertainment? Enroll in the Genting Rewards program and enjoy 1,400 slots, a VIP casino lounge, 117 table games, Sportsbooks gambling, 30 Poker Rooms, and more. What’s even more exciting is you have the opportunity to visit the Sky Casino on the 66th floor, where you can take advantage of more secluded, luxury gambling time.

So what new technologies are incorporated into the massive casino? Let’s start with convenience. The Resorts World Mobile App, created by a company called JOINGO, will allow you to join Genting Rewards and make payments at the casino without any additional payment methods.

Simply link your card to the app, and you will be able to take advantage of betting without any extra steps. Don’t have a card on hand? No problem. You can also use PayPal, and other e-wallet methods. Also, those carrying around cash can deposit it at the Resort’s ATM, and it will go straight to the registered account.

Cashless wagering is the new way to go. This technology will also allow you to create login details that you can use at the slots and other gambling games without even needing to pull out your phone. Could it get any easier? It can. You will also discover a new technology called a “Smart Table,” which uses RFID-embedded that will aid in providing exceptional accuracy for the sake of fairness and accuracy for players. This also eliminates the need for a ticket redemption center, allowing players to use cashout vouchers on sight. Not only is it convenient, but it will accurately track the progress of each game.

This 4.3 billion dollar project offers a breath-taking, futuristic concept fused with luxurious aspects that visitors look for upon arrival to Vegas. The Resorts World became a hit before it even opened, and it will be exciting to see elements we haven’t yet discovered once the doors open.

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