The Plaza Hotel and Casino in downtown Las Vegas will reopen to guests Sept. 1 after an extensive overhaul of the 40-year-old property.
The Plaza’s rooms have been refurbished with new wall coverings, furnishings, floors and fixtures, all purchased at a discounted price from the halted Fontainebleau project on the Strip.
The Plaza website is taking reservations for the reopening, with rates starting at $44 for a standard room, but as high as $119 for some weekends in September.
Prior to its grand reopening, the Plaza will host a soft opening on Aug. 24 for its casino.
I understand needed to maximize public relations, but I’m so tired of two tiered openings I didn’t even want to pass this info on. OK, I’m done venting.
The rooms will be with new furniture and the hotel will be with a new restaurant as the kinda famous Firefly won’t be re-opening for a very sensible reason.
Firefly owner John Simmons said last week the restaurant wasn’t “making any money.”
Bottom line for a business is to make money. I’ll just have to visit the Firefly around the block from me next time I have a hankering for Sangria.
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