New Hot Spots Coming to Las Vegas in 2016

 As the year comes to a conclusion, many people all over the world are looking forward to a fresh start. The 2016 year allows for new changes and improvements, and the Strip is no exception to this concept. Many projects and renovations are being planned for the new year that will hopefully give the Strip a boost in tourism.

Here are a list of projects, either in the works or planned for 2016:

W Hotel at SLS

The SLS has been the new up and coming hot spot on the Strip this past year and looks to expand its image. With many celebrities making appearances at the popular Foxtail nightclub is attracting more visitors to the north end of the Strip. The W Hotel on the Strip at SLS is scheduled to be completed in the third quarter of 2016. The existing 289 room tower will be renovated to include a W living room the trademark look of the W Hotel brand. The new hotel will include WET, an exclusive outdoor pool and bar area.

Lucky Dragon

PENTA Building Group announced an Asian-themed resort that will be built on Sahara Avenue just west of the Las Vegas Strip. This boutique hotel will house a spa, authentic Chinese restaurants, bars, gaming areas and shops. As of now, the project is scheduled to be completed by August 2016.

Las Vegas Arena

The $375 million dollar project will be housed over 16 acres behind the New York-New York and the Monte Carlo. Construction began in May of 2014 and is scheduled to be completed early 2016. The 20,000 seat arena will host The Killers and Wayne Newton on April 6 for the very first event of the arena. There are plans to construct shopping centers that will lead to the entrance of the arena.

Big changes are coming to the Las Vegas Strip this coming year and we are excited to welcome all visitors they will be attracting. Las Vegas is the perfect destination for a private getaway or corporate retreat for your business. Whatever the occasion for your visit, Las Vegas Destination Management can plan the perfect events for you.

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