LAS VEGAS – When MGM Resorts reopens its last shuttered property on the Strip, guests won’t be able light up cigars or cigarettes at card tables or slot machines.
Park MGM and NoMad will reopen Sept. 30 as the only smoke-free resort on Las Vegas Boulevard.
The properties will have three designated smoking areas:
“As we looked toward our reopening,” Park MGM COO Anton Nikodemus said in a statement, “we identified an opportunity to be responsive to recurring guest demand for a fully non-smoking casino resort on the Strip.”
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Amid the contagious illness that’s killed almost 195,000 people across the country, smoking inside casinos
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