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Circa to become Las Vegas’ Lone Adult-Only Casino/Hotel

Circa to become Las Vegas’ Lone Adult-Only Casino/Hotel

In a divergence from the family-friendly image many Las Vegas resorts have adopted in recent years, Circa Hotel and Casino announced via social media that their resort will be accessible only to adults over the age of 21. The announcement, which surprised many Vegas watchers, came just days after owner Derek Stevens announced Circa’s casino and restaurants will open to the public on October 28th, 2020, followed by the hotel on December 28th.

A majority of patrons reacted positively to Circa’s 21+ policy on Twitter, applauding the resort for restricting access to adults only. After all, most visitors don’t enjoy tripping over strollers or sharing hotel amenities with raucous children. There is no sight more depressing than watching a kid stand wearily in a casino walkway while mom frantically pecks the spin button on a slot machine. Fortunately, we’ll be able to avoid that scene at Circa.

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While we look forward to the adult-only atmosphere at Circa, it’s the unique amenities that really get our blood pumping. Differentiating itself again from casino peers, Circa will boast a 2-floor casino accentuated by the largest sportsbook in all of Vegas. The enormous 3 story sportsbook will also be home to a VSiN broadcast studio.

Circa’s rooftop pool deck doubles as an amphitheater complete with a 125 foot TV screen. In another Las Vegas first, the new resort will offer a dedicated rideshare pickup/dropoff location in their “Garage Mahal” parking ramp. Vegas Vickie will also return to Fremont Street and be incorporated into the resort’s design.

Below are additional renderings of Circa:

Courtesy of Circa Las Vegas
Street View of Circa from the Fremont Street Experience – Courtesy of Circa Las Vegas
Circa’s Sportsbook which will also be home to a VSIN studio – Courtesy of Circa Las Vegas
Circa’s rooftop pool deck – Courtesy of Circa Las Vegas

We are already losing sleep in anticipation of opening night at Cira. The fact the experience will be kid free makes it even sweeter.

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Friday 3rd of July 2020

Finally, an adult casino for adults! I've always wondered what kind of horrible parent thinks it's a good idea to bring kids of any age to Vegas. Take your brats to Disney or any of the other kid places around the country. On top of that, they're casinos, if you don't like smokey, seedy places where degenerates gamble, smoke and pick up ladies of the night... go somewhere else. If you complain about me smoking, I'll keep lighting up until you leave.

Bob Cameron

Tuesday 23rd of June 2020

Thank You for revitalizing historic Fremont Street... WoW! Spectacular design, masterfully integrated into downtown. My next 'staycation' will be at The CIRCA... Spectacular...!


Monday 22nd of June 2020


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