Repurposing older hotels is becoming more and more common
Fine art in casino resorts has become a dynamic part of the entertainment experience
Innovative architecture and design is vital for success in the competitive Las Vegas nightclub scene
Flat gaming revenues encourage tribes to look beyond the casino for growth
How design influences choice, increases efficiencies and elevates the dining experience
Design plays a critical role in each of the three pillars of the customer experience—food, service and atmosphere.
Casino Design’s annual interview session with the world’s top architects, designers and builders of gaming projects around the world.
Potawatomi Hotel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City, Sioux City, Iowa
City of Dreams, Manila, Philippines
Platinum Tower, Hard Rock Biloxi, Biloxi, Mississippi
Casino Gran Via, Madrid, Spain
Seneca Buffalo Creek, Casino Buffalo, New York
Rx Boiler Room, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada
Miami Valley Gaming Racetrack & Casino, Lebanon, Ohio
The LINQ, Las Vegas, Nevada
Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park Northfield, Ohio
Graton Resort & Casino Rohnert Park, California
Harrah’s Lounge and Lobby Bar, Atlantic City, New Jersey
How can designers help owners battle the saturation issue?
Return on investment determines non-gaming amenities
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Cuningham Group Architecture
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Lifescapes International, Inc.
Hnedak Bobo Group
M. Malia & Associates
Purchasing Management International
Thalden Boyd Emery Architects
YWS Design & Architecture
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