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  • Las Vegas hotels are lavish and live large and often are offered at competitive prices in the double digits.
  • Many casinos and hotels have reopened following the novel coronavirus — we rounded up the best cheap hotels in Vegas, with updated information on new COVID-19 policies.
  • Our hotel selections are rated four stars and higher and are based on our own travels, top Trip Advisor reviews, Booking.com ratings, and priced under $120 per night in slower seasons.

Las Vegas is filled with eye-popping entertainment and attractions — and plenty of potential ways to drop a boatload of cash. But that doesn't always extend to your hotel. Sin City can be the perfect place to score truly luxurious lodging for a price so low it could seem like a typo.

Now, as travelers emerge from lockdowns in response to the novel coronavirus, those discount prices are also increasingly appearing in a bid to lure guests, coupled with stringent new cleaning policies, and flexible refund and cancelation policies.

And if you're wondering if it's safe to travel, it's important to understand the risks associated with travel, and hotels specifically. Remember, without a vaccine, there is no firm guarantee and it's crucial to follow guidelines from organizations such as the CDC and WHO, and wear a mask, wash your hands, and maintain social distancing. Additionally, consider your own level of risk, and whether you're traveling from or to a hotspot, so as not to increase the rate of infection. 

As such, expect the entire travel experience to look different. In Las Vegas, in order to reopen, casinos were required to submit plans outlining social distancing and hygiene measures to the Nevada Gaming Control Board, and casino floors now feature masked entertainers, handwashing stations, plexiglass barriers, and temperature checks.

If you're considering spending the night, you'll want to be up to date on new policies put in place from major hotels, which we've outlined below. Expect temperature checks, social distancing, contactless check-in, thorough guest room and public space cleaning, and new rules around dining and leisure. As of right now, the state of Nevada also requires face coverings or masks to be worn in public areas. Because the pandemic situation is constantly evolving, you may want to read up on hotel cancellation policies, too.

Hopefully, these policies will help you sleep easier. The cheap prices will certainly aid that effort, too. Because Vegas resort operators make a huge chunk of their profits down on the casino floor, where the house always has the advantage, cheap room rates attract guests who then spend their money on slots and tables.

But cheap doesn't mean dismal. The city sets a high bar for accommodations at any price, even for a two-figure price tag — yes, well under $100, and in many cases under $50. Beware when booking though, as a resort fee could inflate that rate much higher. I've seen rooms for $50 per night with an $80 daily resort fee. Of course, in high season or during big events, all rates are subject to change and starting price points can soar.

We rounded up the best affordable hotels in Las Vegas based on the following criteria:

  1. Hotels are rated four stars or higher, with a prime location on or near the Las Vegas Strip, and priced under $120 per night.
  2. Hotels are beloved by guests with top reviews on Trip Advisor, excellent Booking.com, and Hotel.com ratings — and based on our own past stays. Be sure to read our accompanying reviews.
  3. Hotels feature sophisticated, spacious, and super glam rooms you'd expect in Las Vegas, even at the standard entry level.
  4. Hotels include worthy amenities and features such as destination dining, alluring pool scenes, and incredible entertainment.

These are the best affordable hotels in Las Vegas for under $120 per night, sorted by price from low to high.

  • Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
  • Planet Hollywood Las Vegas
  • Sahara Las Vegas
  • Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
  • Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas
  • Caesars Palace Las Vegas
  • Signature at MGM Grand
  • Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas
  • The Venetian Resort Las Vegas
  • Aria Resort & Casino

Want to splurge instead? These are the best luxury hotels in Las Vegas. 

Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Book Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino starting at $26 per night

Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is one of the oldest hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, but thanks to a full recent renovation to tower guest rooms, it feels brand new again.

The hotel is a member of Caesars Entertainment and is one of the most affordable hotels on the Las Vegas Strip, with prices as low as $31 for a midweek stay in low season, though rates can typically rise $100 to $150 on a weekend, which is still a huge bargain.

We stayed in and reviewed a King Resort room while attending one of the busiest trade shows of the year and were impressed by the generous size, comfort, and cleanliness, as well as the access to an on-site monorail station. 

Trip Advisor Ranking: 71 out of 279 hotels in Las Vegas

Hotels.com Rating: 8 out of 10

Pros: One of the cheapest hotels in Las Vegas with newly renovated rooms in a central Las Vegas Strip location, with a monorail station, and close to the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Cons: While new, the hotel isn't as glitzy as some of the huge Las Vegas Strip resorts.

COVID-19 status and policies: This hotel is currently open and accepting reservations. As a member of Caesars Entertainment, Bally's is following the same policies as all Caesars properties, which include:

  • Social distancing at gaming tables, slot machines, restaurants, and more, with restrictions around congregating in groups.
  • Guests are being asked to frequently wash hands for a minimum of 20 seconds and hand sanitizing stations are also available.
  • Employees will wear masks that cover their nose and mouth, and guests are strongly encouraged to do so as well.
  • The facility will be frequently cleaned, focusing on high-touch areas throughout the property.
  • Front desks have been arranged to allow for appropriate social distancing with special markings to identify the appropriate distance between guests.
  • Team members, including guest room attendants, will not enter occupied rooms, and guest deliveries will be dropped off outside the guest room door.
  • Salons and spas will adjust schedules between clients to allow time to clean and disinfect surfaces.
  • Exercise machines will be cleaned and disinfected between use and mobile fitness equipment (dumbbells, mats, etc.) have been removed.
  • At the pool, seating will be cleaned and disinfected between guests, and cabanas and lounge chairs have been rearranged to allow for appropriate social distancing.
  • See more info here.

Read Business Insider's full hotel review of Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Planet Hollywood Las Vegas

Book Planet Hollywood Las Vegas starting at $33 per night

With nice rooms available squarely in the two-figure range, Planet Hollywood over-delivers on value. We also enjoy staying here for how electric the energy feels within the hotel. The casino floor always feels lively, and there is top-tier dining from the likes of Gordon Ramsay, and designer stores at the Miracle Mile Shops, all on-site.

Planet Hollywood is also a great spot to just chill out. The Spa by Mandara is excellent and the pool boasts dozens of cabanas and the only Vegas pool with a wave machine. 

Trip Advisor Ranking: 35 out of 279 hotels in Las Vegas

Hotels.com Rating: 8.4 out of 10

Pros: Excellent location right in the center of the Las Vegas Strip for easy exploring.

Cons: While the rooms appear nice, some negative online reviews cite the cheapest options are in need of renovation. Book an upgraded room to avoid this risk.

COVID-19 status and policies: This hotel is currently open and accepting new reservations.  A member of Caesars Entertainment, Planet Hollywood is will follow the same policies, which include:

  • Social distancing at gaming tables, slot machines, restaurants, and more, with restrictions around congregating in groups.
  • Guests are being asked to frequently wash hands for a minimum of 20 seconds and hand sanitizing stations are also available.
  • Employees will wear masks that cover their nose and mouth, and guests are strongly encouraged to do so as well.
  • The facility will be frequently cleaned, focusing on high-touch areas throughout the property.
  • Front desks have been arranged to allow for appropriate social distancing with special markings to identify the appropriate distance between guests.
  • Team members, including guest room attendants, will not enter occupied rooms, and guest deliveries will be dropped off outside the guest room door.
  • Salons and spas will adjust schedules between clients to allow time to clean and disinfect surfaces.
  • Exercise machines will be cleaned and disinfected between use and mobile fitness equipment (dumbbells, mats, etc.) have been removed.
  • See more info here.

Sahara Las Vegas

Book Sahara Las Vegas starting at $34 per night

After a stint as the SLS Las Vegas, this property has returned to the building's original roots as the Sahara Las Vegas. As part of the rebrand, the property underwent a $150 million revamp, including an updated casino, renovated hotel rooms and corridors, an upgraded spa, and a new hotel lobby.

We reviewed the entry-level rooms and found them to be well-appointed, sleek, and offered at a stunning bargain with rates regularly available well below $50 nightly. It's also one of the most convenient places to stay if you have business in or near the Las Vegas Convention Center. I even spotted prices as low as $60 during big events such as CES, proving deals can be found even at busier times.

Trip Advisor Ranking: 89 out of 279 hotels in Las Vegas

Hotels.com Rating: 8 out of 10

Pros: Newly renovated rooms with a convenient location right near the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Cons: While new, the hotel isn't as glitzy as some of the huge Las Vegas Strip resorts and some rooms have a few quirks that need fixing.

COVID-19 status and policies: This hotel is open and accepting reservations. New policies include:

  • All hotel guests will have their temperature checked prior to check-in.
  • In addition to using specialized, CDC recommended disinfectants, the hotel is applying an EPA registered, anti-microbial surface protectant to high-touch items like door handles, gaming chips, elevator buttons, and slot machine panels.
  • Complimentary masks are available on property.
  • Guest rooms have been thoroughly disinfected with special attention paid to areas of high contact areas.
  • Fresh linens are laundered locally to ensure the best quality of cleaning products and proper water temperature. Linens are never co-mingled with those of other major resorts.
  • Once a room is inspected and deemed cleaned to specifications, it will be considered sealed until the guest checks in. An amenity kit with protective items will be made available to all hotel guests.
  • During their stay, guests can use contactless virtual concierge services to request additional amenities, fresh towels, and trash removal.
  • Players of live table games will be asked to wear cloth facemasks and to step away from the game if they want to smoke. There will also be increased sanitization of table rails, chairs, dice, and chips in addition to changes in procedures to minimize player touching of cards.
  • Hand sanitizer will be readily available for all. Guests can expect additional space between slot machines and may request a machine to be sanitized.
  • Restaurants have eliminated reusable menus, utilize single-use items, and seating is limited to permit appropriate distance between guests.
  • The resort will increase the amount of outside air brought into the ventilation system to "turn over" inside air more quickly, and replace air filters on a regular basis.
  • Markers will note the distance guests should keep between other people not in their group and smaller areas will limit the number of guests.
  • Plexiglass shields will be used and staff will wear masks and undergo temperature checks.
  • All pool areas are deep cleaned and the layout will be updated to include social distancing guidelines and proper space between guests. Guests are encouraged to reserve an area ahead of time.
  • See more info here.

Read Business Insider's full hotel review of Sahara Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Book Paris Las Vegas starting at $36 per night

As the name implies, rooms at Paris Las Vegas feel European-inspired, with a fashionable color palette, Versailles-inspired fixtures, and chic marble counters. Plus, there's plenty to do on-property that makes staying here especially exciting, including dining at Gordon Ramsay Steak, or 110 feet above the Strip in the Eiffel Tower Restaurant.

We suggest relaxing by the Soleil Las Vegas pool to enjoy a view of the tower, or get pampered at the full-service Voie spa and salon.

Trip Advisor Ranking: 62 out of 279 hotels in Las Vegas

Hotels.com Rating: 8.2 out of 10

Pros: Low prices for a property with a fun, exciting reputation and a center-strip location in the middle of all the action.

Cons: Critics point out a lack of variety with slot machines and a ho-hum buffet, though expect changes to the latter given the pandemic.

COVID-19 status and policies: This hotel is currently open and accepting reservations. A member of Caesars Entertainment, Paris Las Vegas follows the same policies as other Caesars properties, which include:

  • Social distancing at gaming tables, slot machines, restaurants, and more, with restrictions around congregating in groups.
  • Guests are being asked to frequently wash hands for a minimum of 20 seconds and hand sanitizing stations are also available.
  • Employees will wear masks that cover their nose and mouth, and guests are strongly encouraged to do so as well.
  • The facility will be frequently cleaned, focusing on high-touch areas throughout the property.
  • Front desks have been arranged to allow for appropriate social distancing with special markings to identify the appropriate distance between guests.
  • Team members, including guest room attendants, will not enter occupied rooms, and guest deliveries will be dropped off outside the guest room door.
  • Salons and spas will adjust schedules between clients to allow time to clean and disinfect surfaces.
  • Exercise machines will be cleaned and disinfected between use and mobile fitness equipment (dumbbells, mats, etc.) have been removed.
  • See more info here.

Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas

Book Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas starting at $52 per night

Palms Casino Resort recently completed a massive property-wide $690 million renovation with newly revamped rooms and suites available at shockingly low prices. Standard rooms can be booked for as low as $52.

When we stayed here, we felt downright pampered in our guest room, which came with a striped marble bathroom, deep soaking tub, and 65-inch TVs. The Palms is also home to a restaurant from famed chef Bobby Flay, and a brand new spa which sprawls over three stories. Plus, the buffet is only $17, a fraction of what it costs elsewhere.

Trip Advisor Ranking: 114 out of 279 hotels in Las Vegas

Hotels.com Rating: 8 out of 10

Pros: Gorgeous rooms and suites are available for extremely cheap prices, with plenty of amenities, food and drink on-site. 

Cons: This property is not located on the Strip. It's an easy ride, but won't be walkable. Additionally, the $39 daily resort fee will inflate otherwise cheap nightly rates.

COVID-19 status and policies: Palms Casino Resort is currently closed, and does not currently have an expected reopening date at this time.

Read Business Insider's full hotel review of Palms Casino Resort Las Vegas

Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Book Caesars Palace starting at $74 per night

Caesars is one of the Strip's older properties, but it's always iconic and attracts bold-faced names and ventures. Recently, that includes Lisa Vanderpump's Vanderpump Cocktail Garden restaurant, as well as celebrity chef spots from Gordon Ramsay, Bobby Flay, Guy Savoy, and Nobu Matsuhisa, and of course, the Mariah Carey residency at the 4,100-seat Colosseum at Caesars Palace theater.

There are 4,000 guest rooms in six towers, many of which have been smartly renovated with marble bathrooms and flat-screen TVs, which we reviewed to highlight how they've adapted to COVID. Pro-tip: upgrades here cost just dollars and can make a huge difference.

Among our favorite features here — although not always the best thing for a budget-minded trip — is the attached Forum Shops mall, as well as the glam pool deck.

Trip Advisor Ranking: 29 out of 276 hotels in Las Vegas

Hotels.com Rating: 8.2 out of 10

Pros: Excellent quality celebrity-backed dining and entertainment, plus the Forum Shops mall.

Cons: Caesars is iconic, but it's far from one of the strip's newest properties and can feel quite crowded when the casino is packed. If you're looking for a relaxing hotel, consider another option from this list.

COVID-19 status and policies: Caesars Palace is currently open and accepting reservations. New policies include:

  • Social distancing at gaming tables, slot machines, restaurants, and more, with restrictions around congregating in groups.
  • Guests are being asked to frequently wash hands for a minimum of 20 seconds and hand sanitizing stations are also available.
  • Employees will wear masks that cover their nose and mouth, and guests are strongly encouraged to do so as well.
  • The facility will be frequently cleaned, focusing on high-touch areas throughout the property.
  • Front desks have been arranged to allow for appropriate social distancing with special markings to identify the appropriate distance between guests.
  • Team members, including guest room attendants, will not enter occupied rooms, and guest deliveries will be dropped off outside the guest room door.
  • Salons and spas will adjust schedules between clients to allow time to clean and disinfect surfaces.
  • Exercise machines will be cleaned and disinfected between use and mobile fitness equipment (dumbbells, mats, etc.) have been removed.
  • At the pool, seating will be cleaned and disinfected between guests, and cabanas and lounge chairs have been rearranged to allow for appropriate social distancing.
  • See more info here.

Read Business Insider's full hotel review of Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Signature at MGM Grand

Book Signature at MGM Grand starting at $89 per night

The Signature is an all-suite hotel set back from the MGM Grand's main resort and casino but is still easily accessible to it by fully indoor walkways. There's no casino on-site at the Signature, which means the crowd is less rowdy, and the hotel feels peaceful. Rooms are quiet, yet still walking distance to the action.

We once used the Chase Sapphire Reserve card to book here and scored extra perks such as free upgrade, late checkout, and complimentary food and beverage credit. Spacious suites include spa baths, flat-screen TVs, separate sitting areas, balconies, and impressively outfitted kitchenettes for an apartment-like experience. 

Trip Advisor Ranking: 33 out of 279 hotels in Las Vegas

Hotels.com Rating: 9 out of 10

Pros: Luxe suites with high-end kitchenettes that are a respite from the frenetic pace of the Strip's casinos and party atmosphere.

Cons: Though it's fully connected to the MGM Grand, it can be a long walk and some might view the location away from the main Strip, or lack of casino lobby as marks against it.

COVID-19 status and policies: This hotel is currently open and accepting reservations. New policies follow MGM's 'Seven-Point Safety Plan' and employ the following measures:

  • Employee screening, temperature checks, and COVID-19 specific training.
  • Employees will be required to wear masks; Guests are strongly encouraged to wear masks, and in some settings where physical distancing is more difficult and/or barriers do not exist, will be required to do so. Masks will be provided, free of charge.
  • A physical distancing policy will be implemented, with floor guides serving as reminders. For areas where physical distancing presents challenges, plexiglass barriers will be installed, or other measures will be used to reduce risks.
  • Standalone handwashing stations designed by MGM Resorts conveniently located on casino floors.
  • Contactless check-in is offered through the MGM Resorts App to minimize interactions.
  • Guest room attendants will wear masks and gloves while cleaning and will change gloves between guest rooms. Rooms and public spaces are cleaned based on CDC guidance, and electrostatic sprayers will be utilized in many large public spaces to apply disinfectant efficiently.
  • Amenities and venues are limited, with digital menus available to view on personal mobile devices via QR codes in restaurants. To minimize groups congregating, guests will receive text message notification when their tables are ready.
  • Days and hours of operation at all venues will vary.
  • See more info here.

Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas

Book Vdara Hotel & Spa at ARIA Las Vegas starting at $89 per night

Another central, non-gaming option, Vdara is located adjacent to Aria at CityCenter and is a totally smoke-free and casino-free property. This makes it a great option for those who prefer to focus on work, relaxing, or traveling with kids in tow.

The all-suite property has amenities like kitchenettes with microwaves, stove tops, fridges, and cookware. Add an additional $50 per night and bring your pup along, too. We stayed here and recommended it as a solid option when you want to be near CityCenter in spacious rooms without the casino bustle.

Trip Advisor Ranking: 47 out of 279 hotels in Las Vegas

Booking.com Rating: 8.8 out of 10

Pros: Vdara is an all-suite, smoke-free property that might feel less chaotic, and cheaper than Aria, while still enjoying easy access to its amenities.

Cons: If you want to be able to smoke and gamble right downstairs, you'll want to stay elsewhere.

COVID-19 status and policies: This hotel is open and accepting reservations. New policies follow M Life Entertainment's 'Seven-Point Safety Plan' and employ the following measures:

  • Employee screening, temperature checks, and COVID-19 specific training.
  • Employees will be required to wear masks; Guests are strongly encouraged to wear masks, and in some settings where physical distancing is more difficult and/or barriers do not exist, will be required to do so. Masks will be provided, free of charge.
  • A physical distancing policy will be implemented, with floor guides serving as reminders. For areas where physical distancing presents challenges, plexiglass barriers will be installed, or other measures will be used to reduce risks.
  • Standalone handwashing stations designed by MGM Resorts conveniently located on casino floors.
  • Contactless check-in is offered through the MGM Resorts App to minimize interactions.
  • Guest room attendants will wear masks and gloves while cleaning and will change gloves between guest rooms. Rooms and public spaces are cleaned based on CDC guidance, and electrostatic sprayers will be utilized in many large public spaces to apply disinfectant efficiently.
  • Amenities and venues are limited, with digital menus available to view on personal mobile devices via QR codes in restaurants. To minimize groups congregating, guests will receive text message notification when their tables are ready.
  • Days and hours of operation at all venues will vary.
  • See more info here.

Read Business Insider's full hotel review of Vdara Hotel & Spa

The Venetian Resort Las Vegas

Book The Venetian Las Vegas starting at $112 per night

This five-star Las Vegas Strip resort can quickly go above $100 in busier seasons, but if you travel midweek or in winter, you might find a rate right around $100 (before the daily fee, however). For a high-end hotel with 80 restaurants — including Thomas Keller's Bouchon — a glittering casino, the Grand Canal Shoppes, and a pool deck that covers 1.2 acres, that's a tremendous value.

All rooms are suites, and huge, starting at 650 square feet. We've stayed here often for work, as the Venetian connects to the Sands Expo & Convention Center, and enjoyed luxuriating in a suite with a sunken sitting area, dining table, and two high-def TVs. Each also has a luxurious bathroom with an oversized soaking tub, separate glass-enclosed shower, and marble counters. Guests are also granted access to the Canyon Ranch Spa Club gym.

Trip Advisor Ranking: 31 out of 279 hotels in Las Vegas

Booking com Rating: 9 out of 10

Pros: Sprawling, all-suite resort with access to some of Vegas' best attractions, entertainment, and dining, all located on-site.

Cons: While luxurious, the Venetian is not as posh-feeling as its newer sister property, the Palazzo, which also tends to be more expensive. And while you might snag a rate as low as $100 at Venetian, it's likely to be higher most times of the year.

COVID-19 status and policies: This hotel is currently open and accepting reservations. New COVID-19 safety precautions promise to meet or exceed the requirements of the CDC and include:

  • The use of thermal scanners as you enter the resort to detect raised temperatures.
  • Face masks are worn by all hotel and restaurant staff. 
  • Free masks are available to guests at thermal scanning stations at every entrance.
  • The frequency of cleaning and disinfecting has been increased in all public spaces, focusing on high-touch surfaces such as door handles, escalator and stair handrails, and elevator buttons.
  • Visitors are encouraged to wear personal face masks and gloves at the resort.
  • Guests and staff must practice physical distancing and maintain a distance of at least six feet to help minimize risk.
  • In every suite, guests receive a "personal care" amenity kit that includes hand sanitizer, sanitizing wipes, two pairs of gloves, and two personal face masks. Gloves and masks are replenished daily. Strict cleaning and disinfecting standards place more emphasis on high-touch items like TV remotes, door and furniture handles, and control panels. Disinfectant sprayers and more are being added to cleaning practices.
  • Pool seating has been arranged to allow for six feet of space between every family or couple. In addition, swimming pool surfaces are treated with an anti-viral/anti-bacterial treatment daily. Routine cleaning of pool decks, lounge chairs, and restrooms has been increased.
  • All restaurants and bars have reduced seating to provide spacing between tables and chairs. Single-use or online menus are used to minimize risk. 
  • See more info here.

Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas

Book Aria Resort & Casino Las Vegas starting at $118 per night

Located on the Las Vegas Strip within the CityCenter complex, Aria is a glittering curvilinear property with a 150,000-square-foot casino, 16 restaurants, and more than 4,000 rooms. Opened just a decade ago, rooms still feel brand new with fully tricked-out tech. A one-touch room control system operates features like lighting and climate control, and I've felt pretty pampered by making those changes without even having to move around the room.

Plus, Hakkasan Group's Jewel nightclub is located here, as is a huge spa with 62 treatment rooms, and three pools including the Liquid pool club for grown folks.

Trip Advisor Ranking: 68 out of 279 hotels in Las Vegas

Booking.com Rating: 8.7 out of 10

Pros: High-end technology-driven rooms with a central Strip location.

Cons: Some people complain of pricey food on property, which can cumulatively counter bargain-priced rooms.

COVID-19 status and policies: This hotel is currently open and accepting reservations. The hotel's new policies follow MGM's Seven-Point Safety Plan and employ the same measures and include:

  • Employee screening, temperature checks, and COVID-19 specific training.
  • Employees will be required to wear masks; Guests are strongly encouraged to wear masks, and in some settings where physical distancing is more difficult and/or barriers do not exist, will be required to do so. Masks will be provided, free of charge.
  • A physical distancing policy will be implemented, with floor guides serving as reminders. For areas where physical distancing presents challenges, plexiglass barriers will be installed, or other measures will be used to reduce risks.
  • Standalone handwashing stations designed by MGM Resorts conveniently located on casino floors.
  • Contactless check-in is offered through the MGM Resorts App to minimize interactions.
  • Guest room attendants will wear masks and gloves while cleaning and will change gloves between guest rooms. Rooms and public spaces are cleaned based on CDC guidance, and electrostatic sprayers will be utilized in many large public spaces to apply disinfectant efficiently.
  • Amenities and venues are limited, with digital menus available to view on personal mobile devices via QR codes in restaurants. To minimize groups congregating, guests will receive text message notification when their tables are ready.
  • Days and hours of operation at all venues will vary. 
  • See more info here.

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