Las Vegas welcomed a record 41.1 million visitors in 2014, approximately 1.4 million more visitors than the previous high of 39.7 million set in 2012.


The 2014 year-end statistics, released by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), point to continued recovery for Las Vegas tourism with increases in all of the key visitation indicators.


In other developments, the Strip's newest nightclub, Omnia, will open at Caesars Palace on March 12, while Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips is scheduled to open at The LINQ promenade this spring.


Meanwhile, The Genting Group has unveiled its finalised plans for a $4billion dollar integrated resort development named Resorts World Las Vegas. Construction began last year with the resort opening in multiple phases.


Specifically, the first phase of opening (early 2016) will include 3,000 hotel rooms, 22 luxury villas, a retail village, more than 30 restaurants and bars, an aquarium, a live entertainment venue and an observation deck offering views of the Strip.

Closer to 2017, the development will then add three new hotel towers, a large-scale attraction, a theatre, convention centre, water park, movie theatre and a bowling alley.


For further information visit www.genting.com and www.visitlasvegas.co.uk

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