Caesars Entertainment Reveals First US Non-Gaming Hotel

Last year, Caesars Entertainment announced it would license two luxury hotels and a beach club in Dubai in partnership with local developer Meraas. Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai and Caesars Bluewaters Dubai opened in late 2018 as the company’s first non-gaming resorts. Now, the gambling operator has revealed that it will soon be opening its first non-gambling hotel in the United States of America. The hotel will be located in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Caesars Entertainment Reveals First US Non-Gaming Hotel

The CEO of Caesars Entertainment – Mark Fissora released a statement saying that their new ‘lifestyle’ hotel will be named Caesars Republic Scottsdale. He added that this new hotel represents the progress they are making as a company to expand their non-gaming corporation to greater heights.

Caesars Republic Scottsdale

The high-end hotel has been described as the desert variation of Miami Beach. This is as a result of its vibrant nightlife scene, restaurant, hotel and its fame of having many spas per capita compared to any other city in the US.

Arizona has legalized for casino gaming, however; Caesars being a commercial operator won’t qualify to operate. Only tribal gambling is allowed in Arizona. It is important to note that Casino Arizona situated at the Indian Bend properties.

Caesars has also recently emerged from an expensive and messy bankruptcy process which threatened the brand’s entire existence. The group is now focusing more on growth by decreasing its operations in the realm of gambling.

Overview

In 2018, Caesars Entertainment stated that they would be licensing two hotels and beach clubs in Dubai and this will be working with an indigenous developer – Meraas. The hotels – Caesars Bluewaters and Caesars Palace Bluewaters opened late last year as the company’s very first non-gaming resorts. It’s clear that Caesars Entertainment has been making huge waves of late, and at Casino US, we will do our best to keep you posted on the latest developments.