Non-gaming Hotels Open in Las Vegas During Casino Closures

Hampton Inn HotelWhile major casino-hotel properties in Las Vegas were forced to closed their doors for a minimum of 30 days in an effort to fight the coronavirus outbreak, there are still some non-gaming lodging options open for business in the valley.

If you’re looking for a good place to rest your head, take a look at the list of hotels that are still open currently, including their meal offerings. Note: None of the following hotels charge a resort fee or internet fee as well.

 

Courtyard Marriott Las Vegas South

5845 Dean Martin Drive

702-895-7519

Grab-and-go breakfast available

 

Fairfield Inn & Suites Marriott Las Vegas South

5775 Dean Martin Drive

702-895-9810

Grab-and-go breakfast available

 

Hampton Inn by Hilton Las Vegas North Speedway

2852 E Craig Road

702-655-0111

Complimentary breakfast available

 

Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas Strip South

7830 Las Vegas Strip South

702-453-7830

Breakfast to go available

Dinner to go available

 

Holiday Inn Express Las Vegas South

5760 S Polaris

702-736-0098

Grab-and-go breakfast available

 

Home2 Suites by Hilton Las Vegas Strip South

7740 Las Vegas Strip South

702-710-7740

Complimentary breakfast available

 

Residence Inn Marriott Las Vegas South

5875 Dean Martin Drive

702-795-7378

Grab-and-go breakfast available

Kitchens in rooms

 

Springhill Suites Las Vegas North Speedway

2910 E Craig Road

702-522-9200

Complimentary breakfast available

 

Towneplace Suites Marriott Henderson

1471 E Paseo Verde Pkwy

702-896-2900

Grab-and-go breakfast

Full kitchens in rooms

Coronavirus Shutdown Shakes Casino Industry

In what’s a first for the Entertainment Capital of the World, the Strip has gone quiet amid the closure of major casino operations on the Las Vegas Strip and beyond.

“I’ve never seen how a casino shuts down in my 35 years working on the strip,” said a Treasure Island employee. “Only when they open up.”

Another local dealer, a 25-year industry veteran, said that the last and only time the casinos in Las Vegas closed was after the JFK assassination, and the dealer added that it “was for one day.”

Tuesday evening, Gov. Sisolak ordered for a statewide shutdown of nonessential businesses, which included casinos and gaming properties.

The announcement gave the state’s casinos around six hours to halt their gambling operations, which includes over 5,400 table games and 160,000 slot machines.

Current Businesses Open in Las Vegas

With the COVID-19 outbreak growing stronger every day, people are being encouraged by the government level to remain indoors and participate in social distancing.

If you must be out in public, it’s recommended that 6 feet of distance be maintained between you and another person.

Right now, the businesses that remain open to the public are all businesses deemed as essential businesses.

Those businesses include healthcare services, grocery stores, supermarkets, hardware stores, convenience & discount stores, gas stations, laundromats, dry cleaners, and essential stays in hotels to name a few.

If you happen to be visiting Las Vegas during the coronavirus closures and are looking for something to do that doesn’t go against social distancing guidelines, there are some nature options to explore, including Red Rock Canyon and Lake Mead.