In the modern casino resort, entertainment is turning the tables for more profitability.
The Vegas shopping experience spans everything from kitschy souvenirs to Armani, Versace and Valentino. Here’s what Las Vegas gets right about retail—and what’s working at other resorts.
How new revenue management technologies use customer intel to create actionable business strategies
New ways to maximize ROI at the dayclub, nightclub and pool
A great uniform affirms brand identity, complements a resort’s design, and brings its story to life
Nationally known franchises have made a strong showing in casino F&B. People know and trust the brands. And so do operators.
Rhythm City Casino, Davenport, Iowa • Cuningham Architecture
Harrah’s Ak-Chin, Maricopa, Arizona • Thalden Boyd Emery
Imperial Pacific, Saipan • Steelman Partners
Wynn Palace, Macau • Wynn Resorts
Plainridge Park Casino, Plainville, Massachusetts • JCJ Architecture
Crown Towers Perth, Perth, Australia • YWS
Choctaw Grant Casino Resort, Grant, Oklahoma • Hnedak Bobo Group (HBG)
Hall of Treasures, Lake of Dreams, Crane Dance Resorts World Sentosa • Singapore Entertainment Design Corp.
Tropicana Casino & Resort, Atlantic City • SOSH Architects
MEBar at Morongo Casino Resort and Spa, Cabazon, California • Bergman, Walls & Assoc.
Olympic Park Casino, Tallinn, Estonia • Meelis Press
Lucky Dragon, Las Vegas, Nevada • Ed Vance & Associates
Casino Style expands its focus on non-gaming amenities in today's casino resort
Tom Cantone changed the dynamics of casino entertainment in Atlantic City in the 1980s, and he’s still doing it today at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut.
Cuningham Group Architecture
Entertainment Design Corp.
Gary Platt Manufacturing
Hnedak Bobo Group
Patir Casino Seating
Purchasing Management International
Thalden Boyd Emery
A dozen experts give their views on non-gaming amenities, marketing, millennials and more
Caesars Palace was the first themed casino and an innovator of non-gaming attractions