The changes at the former LVH continue as another show has closed at the property as the property becomes the Westgate Las Vegas a timeshare property with a casino; The latest show to close is the Las Vegas Tenors which follows past shows that have closed recently Comedy After Dark and MO5AIC. As of right now that leaves the property with two shows The King which is an Elvis tribute act with Trent Carlini and Raiding The Rock Vault. It will be interesting to see how far the new owners will go in cutting costs and if the two remaining shows remain open, apart from being a timeshare resort the property also does a large convention business because of its location next to the Convention Center. The convention goers might want to see a show when staying at the property so having some kind of show option might be a good idea but running five or six shows might not be worth the cost. As the transition from full hotel resort to timeshare resort we will have to see what other changes the Westgate Las Vegas makes in future months.
A 1.6 acre lot at the intersection near the home of the Raiders, Allegiant Stadium at Polaris Avenue and Russell Road has sold to a Scottsdale based Diversified Partners for $10.8 million. The...
MGM Resorts International has announced that it is hiring 400 for various positions for the pool season including lifeguards, cabana attendants and retail.