- # VegasSmart campaign aims to ensure locals and revelers have fun but keep safe by wearing masks
- Las Vegas is committed to the safety of the revelers, employees, and residents
- Mask wearing treated as a mandatory requirement in Las Vegas
- Many facilities, venues, pools, and attractions continue to reopen
With or without the pandemic, Las Vegas remains a destination for your perfect getaway and one that represents adult freedom.
All the fun and entertainment is getting back to the city but this time with a different twist. #VegasSmart is a marketing campaign aimed to ensure that Las Vegas operates with fewer but mandatory rules. The campaign sees wearing masks as one of the rules.
Mandatory wearing of masks
A Friday, June 26, event held at McCarran International Airport saw all the arriving passengers at the Terminal 1 baggage claim provided with Las Vegas branded masks by the local entertainers. The city is committed to ensuring the safety of the travelers, employees, and residents is given the utmost priority and sees the wearing of masks as one of the steps to achieve this.
The campaign continues to remind the revelers and locals that the city is doing everything possible to ensure everyone feels the Las Vegas vibe and as the city strives to achieve this, everything is being done smartly. #VegasSmart continues to champion for; wearing masks (mandatory), washing and sanitizing of hands, and keeping a safe distance.
Speaking of the measures taken, Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, stated that the city aimed to welcome back the visitors to a fun, healthy, and safe environment. ‘The mask mandate is a necessary and smart step on behalf of Governor Sisolak to make sure we continue to share the world-class experiences you can only find in Las Vegas,’ he said.
While things may look slightly different in Las Vegas, the major top-notch services and dream destination is still the same.
Pools, eateries, venues, and major attractions opening
More and more facilities, venues, pools, and attractions continue to reopen for all the visitors. For the pools, some new protocols have been placed including seating with half capacity. Where possible, guests are advised to reserve lounge chairs, daybeds, and cabanas in advance. July 2, will see the opening of LIQUID Pool Lounge at Aria Resort & Casino and WET REPUBLIC Ultra Pool at MGM Grand.
You can also experience great delicacies, refreshing cocktails, and also daybed and cabanas rentals. Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will also ramp up its pool experience with food services, bottle service, and live DJ setup.
Drinks and food will also be served at different facilities in Vegas. Try out Spritz breakfast and lunch dishes and cocktails at the new Spritz Restaurant & Bar at the Venetian Resort Las Vegas. Elio at Encore Las Vegas gives guests a taste of the new Mexican cuisine with steakhouse classics available at Bugsy & Meyer’s Steakhouse at Flamingo Las Vegas.
The new KAMU Ultra Karaoke at the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas provides a cocktail program with delicacies such as Korean fried chicken and kalbi tacos.
For outdoor activities, the High Roller Observation Wheel at The LINQ Promenade stands tallest for amazing views of the Strip. Slotzilla situated at Vegas downtown provides high-flying zipline to the visitors while you can experience the adrenaline rush at
The STRAT Hotel, Casino, and SkyPod thanks to the world’s highest thrill rides in place.
As you can see, Vegas is all about giving you fun and an experience like never before. Only this time that health is paramount and #VegasSmart advises every person to follow the set guidelines including the mandatory mask guidelines to ensure everyone stays healthy while having fun.