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Circa serious about enforcing adults-only rule by Paul Szydelko of Travel Weekly

“When the 777-room Circa Resort & Casino opens this year, it will not only be the first newbuild to go up in downtown Las Vegas in four decades, it will also be the first hotel-casino in the city catering only to those over 21 years of age.


Under-construction Circa accepting reservations for sportsbook by Bailey Schulz of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“Downtown Las Vegas’ newest casino, Circa, is now taking reservations for its sportsbook, claimed to be the largest in the world once it opens later this year. The 1.25 million-square-foot resort casino, set to open Oct. 28, will feature a stadium-style sportsbook with a three-story, 78-million-pixel screen. The space can fit up to 1,000 fans, according to a Tuesday news release. Guests can reserve a spot at the sportsbook day of or in advance, with pricing varying by occasion.


10 Things Happening In Post-Lockdown Las Vegas by Marc Meltzer of Play USA

“Construction on some of the most anticipated Las Vegas projects is still in full swing. These include Circa, Virgin, Resorts World and Allegiant Stadium. The casino at Circa opens on October 28 while the hotel is taking reservations beginning December 28 — just in time for New Year’s Eve.


Circa starts taking reservations for three-story sportsbook by Matthew Seeman of Publication

Circa’s doors won’t open for another three months, but you can still secure your spot in line for the sportsbook. The new downtown Las Vegas casino-resort announced it has started taking reservations for what it bills as the world’s largest sportsbook.


Gaming has bigger role for Vegas visitors, new survey report says by Richard N. Velotta of Las Vegas Review-Journal

“Bagger said there were fewer visitors with children, another indication that more adult pursuits are being sought. ‘That number hadn’t moved for seven years, around 8 to 10 percent,’ Bagger said. ‘Now, it’s 5 to 6 percent. It’s definitely a more adult-oriented visitor, the mainstay of Las Vegas.’

That evidence might also support Derek Stevens’ recent announcement that when his Circa resort in downtown Las Vegas opens in October, that no one under 21 will be admitted. Efforts to ban children at Las Vegas resorts in the past have failed, but Stevens seems determined to offer a fully adult atmosphere.


Circa Resort and Casino in downtown Las Vegas reveals ‘pool amphitheater’ by KTNV Las Vegas

When Circa Resort and Casino opens its doors in downtown Las Vegas on Oct. 28, it will debut Stadium Swim, what it describes as a ‘multi-level destination pool amphitheater.’ Stadium Swim will overlook both downtown Las Vegas and the Strip, and it will have a massive 135 x 41-foot, 14-million-megapixel LED screen for watching sports and other types of entertainment, the casino says.

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