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Circa in the News | 3-18-21 to 3-24-21

Circa in the News 3-18-21 to 3-24-21

 

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Las Vegas casino owner Derek Stevens reflects on grim 2020, points to hopeful 2021 by Jaclyn Schultz of Fox 5 Las Vegas

Stevens shared on his experience through the shutdown, including the turbulent times of 2020, launching Circa and now welcoming vaccinated tourists. ‘Spring is in the air, and spring means hope. The crowds that come in are so excited for March Madness, for the spring weather and things coming back,’ he said. ‘Las Vegas is coming back and you’re gonna see it.’

 

First Friday street event returns to Downtown Las Vegas April 2 by Geoff Carter of Las Vegas Weekly

“That being said, the rewards of April’s First Friday event speak for themselves. There will be works from featured artist Eric Vozzola, whose recent works can be found at Meow Wolf, Area15 and Circa; a site-specific art installation by Jef Logan, displayed in Boulder Plaza; Custom Pizza Truck, the largest mobile pizza operation in the country, serving up pies as fast as you can eat them; two stages of continuous, acoustic and small-amp live music and more. And it probably goes without saying that the Arts District’s galleries, shops, bars and restaurants should all be open for business, and awfully glad to see you back.

 

March Madness returns to Las Vegas with a big splash at Circa by Mark Davis of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“A few thousand visitors dived into March Madness in the Stadium Swim area inside the Circa in downtown Las Vegas on Friday. The NCAA Tournament men’s tournament, which was canceled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, tipped off with its first full slate of games Friday. The Circa, downtown’s newest resort, opened to business last fall. The Circa says Stadium Swim has a 4,000 person capacity across 337 chaise lounges, 30 private cabanas and 38 day beds. The area features six pools and a 40-foot HD screen. And the weather was near perfect for Stadium Swim – sunny with light winds and a high of 80 degrees. The Stadium Swim pool deck has been open to guests since October.

 

Pool season ready for big splash at Las Vegas casinos by Casino City Times

“The country’s largest pool destination for sports lovers – Stadium Swim at Circa Resort & Casino – brings the party 365 days a year. Featuring six temperature-controlled pools, two swim-up bars and a 143 x 40 foot, 14-million-megapixel LED screen, the pool amphitheater plays the day’s hottest games and televised events. Guests can enjoy live music from DJs and other special guests in one of 30 cabanas, or a super cabana hosting up to 50.

 

TIMELAPSE | Stadium Swim at Circa in downtown Las Vegas by Yahoo News

“A timelapse video of people at Circa’s new Stadium Swim in downtown Las Vegas Friday morning.

 

Smoke-Free, Adults-Only Concepts Taking Hold at Las Vegas Casinos by Larry Henry of Casino.org

Two hotel-casinos have staked out positions as adults-only properties, banning anyone under age 21 from the site, except in designated restaurants. These are Circa Resort in downtown Las Vegas and the Cromwell Las Vegas on the Strip. Some experts believe the adults-only concept will work better at smaller properties than at the megaresorts that have massive hotel towers and thousands of guest rooms. Circa and the Cromwell both have fewer than 1,000 rooms.

 

Las Vegas Casinos Seek Road to Recovery After Year-Long Slump by Larry Henry of Casino.org

“Circa Resort owner Derek Stevens even recently extended a welcome to spring breakers booted off the Miami area’s crowded beaches over COVID-19 concerns. Circa is the first hotel-casino built from the ground up in downtown Las Vegas in 40 years. It opened last year during the pandemic.

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