Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Tag: Resorts

Virginia set to legalise casinos and sports betting

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Virginia lawmakers approved legislation to allow five large resorts in the state early last month, with operators still pursuing sites despite the industry coming to a standstill in recent weeks.

Marina Bay Sands to employ up to 700 new workers

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The Marina Bay Sands casino resort is looking to boost its 10,000- strong workforce in order to meet a target of 11,000 employees by the end of 2019. In a press release, Marina Bay Sands said that it would offer 700 job positions at a job fair held at the property’s Sands Expo and Convention Centre on 23 February. The company...

Baha Mar drives tourism growth as Rosewood hotel opens

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The launch of a Rosewood-branded hotel in late May has completed the $4.2bn Baha Mar integrated resort’s phased opening. The resort now operates a total of 2,300 rooms, suites and villas, in addition to the largest casino in the region and other amenities. The 237-room Rosewood Baha Mar is the third hotel to open at the resort, joining The Grand Hyatt...

Resorts World Manila to add Okura brand Hotel

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Travellers International Hotel Group has signed an agreement with Tokyo-based Hotel Okura Co. to operate the new hotel under the premium Japanese brand at Resorts World Manila (RWM). The 191-room hotel will be constructed inside the RWM casino complex and is expected to open in Q4 2018. The two companies also agreed to construct another 13-storey hotel with 380 rooms in...

Japan’s regions already preparing their bids to develop one of two resorts

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Pre-empting what many are seeing is a done deal, Japan’s regions are already preparing their bids to develop one of two resorts.   So Japan may be joining the international gaming zone - and not before time many observers believe. But the process has a complicated path to navigate - not just in the political corridors, but outside in the local...

Indian state of Andhra Pradesh considering casino-resort projects

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There may currently be six projects on the table, but southeastern Indian state Andhra Pradesh  will have to amend its gambling law to give them the go-ahead.   Casino operators are eyeing at the recently bifurcated (split) state of Andhra Pradesh as fertile ground for casino-resorts with the state government presently weighing-up seven proposals for gaming venues. While casinos in India are...

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