Caesars Entertainment announced that its property, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, has resumed hospitality and gaming operations.

Caesars Entertainment has announced that its property, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, resumed hospitality and gaming operations.

It is the company’s last property to reopen since the pandemic.

The opening adhered to the Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and the Nevada Gaming Control Board directives.

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino general manager Steve Ellis said: “It is an important day for the Rio as we finally end a long nine-month closure and reopen the final Caesars Entertainment property in Las Vegas to guests.

“However, and arguably even more importantly, reopening means we welcome back our incredibly talented Rio Team Members.

“Their patience and tenacity through this difficult time make this moment even more special, and we thank them and Dreamscape, the new owner of the property, for the smooth transition as we begin to entertain our guests again.”

At the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, the hotel will be able to accommodate weekend stays from Thursday to Monday.

Additionally, the gaming floor will remain open all days of the week.

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino features 2,522 all-suite hotel rooms, which includes Samba suites and the Palazzo Villas with a private entrance.

The property also provides its guests with facilities such as KISS by Monster Mini Golf, as well as dining and bar experiences that includes VooDoo Steak, Hash House A Go Go, KJ Dim Sum & Seafood and iBar.

The self-parking will be free for all the guests, while valet parking will not be available.