Resorts World Las Vegas, the US$4 billion integrated resort being built by Malaysian gaming giant Genting Berhad, is on track to open in late 2020.
According to Las Vegas Review-Journal, development of the ambitious property is making solid progress with a representative of the company stating it will be a “tech-forward, innovative and inclusive resort … with a bold, fresh take on hospitality to the Las Vegas market with exciting new experiences, one-of-a-kind culture and seamless guest service.”
Located on 87-acres at the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip, the 59-story IR was topped off in August. There are reportedly around 1,500 construction workers still on site. When complete, RWLV will comprise more than 3,400 hotel rooms across three hotel towers and a gaming floor covering 100,000 square feet. The Chinese-themed resort will also boast a 30,000-square foot lake surrounded by a Chinese garden.
As reported by Inside Asian Gaming, Genting subsidiary Genting Malaysia has been touted as a potential candidate to run casino operations at RWLV in order to bolster the latter’s share price.