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Is spring break sold out? This is what it’s like in Orlando, Cancun and Las Vegas by Adrienne Jordan of The Points Guy

The pandemic hit most destinations and travel industries quite hard, and Las Vegas is no exception. In 2020, Las Vegas experienced its lowest visitor volume since 1989, with only 19 million guests, down 55.2% from 2019. However, many businesses and casinos in Las Vegas are welcoming people looking for a place to spring break. According to Casino.org, Circa Resort owner Derek Stevens says his March bookings are soaring, most likely due to confidence in the vaccinations happening across the country.

 

Coronavirus pandemic slapped Las Vegas in a lost 2020 by Richard N. Velotta of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“Now it seems we’re on another upswing and there’s optimism again in the Las Vegas orbit. But the last year has been a unnerving and unpredictable ride. That new resort did open – Circa in downtown Las Vegas – but with a restricted number of celebrants attending the opening… So now, it’ back to optimism as coronavirus test positivity rates fall and the number of vaccinations rise. What’s next on our economic roller coaster? There’s good reason to be positive if we’re listening to what tourism experts say.

 

Las Vegas already climbing back with nearly 40 shows by John Katsilometes of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“The city’s reopening is leading to some celeb sightings. Las Vegas Raiders Coach Jon Gruden was at Barry’s Downtown Prime steakhouse at Circa Las Vegas. So was Buffalo Bills offensive tackle Dion Dawkins (separate tables). WWE heavyweight champ Bobby Lashley was in the house Friday night, easily recognizable as he carried his title belt into the kitchen for a photo opp with Chef Barry Dakake.

 

Las Vegas room rates shoot up during March Madness tournament by Bailey Schulz of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“There are plenty of reasons sports fans are choosing to travel to Las Vegas to place their tournament bets. Pool season is starting to pick up, and the city has some of the most grandiose sportsbook offerings in the world, from the 30,000-square-foot sportsbook at the Westgate near the Strip to Circa’s stadium-style sportsbook in downtown Las Vegas.

At Circa, rooms start at $399 this Saturday, up $100 compared with rooms last weekend, according to the company’s website. The tournament promises to bring plenty of business to the downtown property and its three-story sportsbook. ‘We are reaching full occupancy across all properties,’ said Angela Ciciriello, spokeswoman for sister properties Circa, the D Las Vegas and the Golden Gate.

 

Change of Scene: Nevada Serves Up New Resorts, Attractions, Outdoor Fun by Yahoo Finance

Also new and notable in Las Vegas: Circa, a newly built, 777-room resort in downtown Las Vegas, boasting six pools on three levels and three stories of sports betting.

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