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Bellagio undergoing facelift - for 70 million dollars!

Tags: bellagio, black friday, las vegas, refurbishment.
Posted on 25 August 2011 by "T".

Money keeps on rolling in the gambling capital of the world, Las Vegas. And still there are no signs that Black Friday has harmed the poker scene over there since, for example, the 2011 WSOP saw many record fields and cash games - all over town - were running hot around the clock. Apart from that many poker rooms are doing well right now, the hotels and casinos (many of them offers poker tournaments and cash games) are also doing very well. As a result of the good financial times in Vegas lately new hotels and casinos are being built while some are being refurbished for huge amounts.  

One of the latest hotels to undergo a facelift is the classic Bellagio on the strip. The owners of Bellagio have invested $70,000,0000 to refurbish 2500 rooms in the main building. 500 of the rooms are already finished and in use. Every room has mattresses in Kashmir and a 40' flatscreen TV. If everything goes according to the plan the refurbishment should be done mid December.

 


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2 comments on "Bellagio undergoing facelift - for 70 million dollars!"

 B1gfoot25/08/2011 15:52:16 GMT
It sounds like a lot, but over 2500 rooms, its not that much, they could have bought FT instead, and that would have went real well for them, every FT player who goes to Las Vegas would stay at the Bellagio.
 SuperNoob26/08/2011 11:59:26 GMT
black friday has helped the land casinos, they are definitely getting more people than before. 70 million is a lot of money to be spent on casino, gonna take some time earning that back.

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