What’s new in Las Vegas 2020?
Here watch a video by yellow productions that showcase what’s new in Las Vegas 2020. You will find Las Vegas’ newest hotels, attractions, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment for your trip in 2020.
New Hotels that you can explore; some new coming up and few old ones with new names
- The Hooters Hotel is now the OYO Hotel
- The SLS Las Vegas is now the Sahara
- The Stratosphere is now the Start Richard Branson has purchased the Hard Rock Hotel and it is undergoing a make-over to reopen as a Virgin Hotel- Opening date is expected to be in Fall 2020 with 1504 rooms.
Resort Fees and Parking in Vegas strip
The Wynn and the Encore no longer charge for parking but they have quietly raised the resort fee to be $45 night at the same time.
New Attractions in Vegas
- Wynn will again reopen Golf Club
- The Eifel Tower at Paris has a new light show
- The VOID at Grand Canal Shoppes
- The Ice Bar has the Linq Opening sometime in 2020 will be Kind Heaven at the LINQ Promenade. It’s described as a 360 omnichannel entertainment venue where you will encounter the best of Southeast Asian culture through a multi-sensory technology experience.
New Restaurants to visit
Chick-Fil-A @ Planet Hollywood Smith & Wollensky has returned in the Venetian’s Grand Canal Shoppes. The Crack Shack @ Pwhat’s new iark MGM The Alley & The X-Pot at the Pallazo New Shopping Dynamic Pricing The Gift Shop at the Excalibur has no prices on their items and the prices fluctuate based on how busy the hotel is. W
I Love Sugar @ The Linq Promenade Entertainment R.U.N by Cirque du Soleil in the Luxor
The 7th show by Cirque du Soleil is a live action thriller with a cinematic storyline with lots of stunts, technology, and multimedia. It’s like an action film come to life. Christina Aguilera residency at Planet Hollywood Her “The Experience” concert series is scheduled to run through March 2020. 3 shows each in February and March.
Jimmy Kimmel’s Comedy Club at the LINQ Comedic performances everyday except Monday and Wednesday with a goal of capturing the spirit of “Classic Vegas.” Tickets start at $29 and include a drink. Happy Hour from 4-7pm with $3 beers.
Atomic Saloon Show at the Venetian
The team from Absinthe” at Caesars Palace has opened a new show Inside the Grand Canal Shoppes, this show is described as “Blazing Saddles meets America’s Got Talent, meets Westworld” Donny and Marie Osmond have left the Flamingo, and it will be replaced by RuPaul’s Drag Race Live. Woo!
Raiders Stadium construction is still continuing across the I15 from the Mandalay Bay and is expected to open in August 2020, and it now officially has a name called the Allegiant Stadium.
Also, tunneling is in progress underneath the Las Vegas Convention Center to build a futuristic people mover brought to you by Elon Musk’s Boring Company.
The autonomous tesla like vehicles should be operating by the end of 2020.
Opening in 2020 will be the Drew with the Las Vegas Strips first JW Marriott hotel.
Resorts World, one of the most anticipated new hotels coming to Las Vegas has pushed back it’s opening date to the Summer of 2021 with 3,500 hotel rooms. They’ve also dropped the Asian theme. But expect a huge 220,000 sqft swimming pool.
Opening in 2021 will be Las Vegas’s newest concert venue, the MSG Sphere. Being built by New York’s Madison Square Garden. Located behind the Venetian, the Sphere will have one of the world’s largest LED screens and is expected to cost $1.2 Billion dollars to build and instead of using masses of speakers, they will “beam” audio directly to each seat.