Rio Hotel & Casino sets Dec. 22 reopening

Caesars Entertainment will open its last remaining shuttered Strip property on Dec. 22 when the Rio opens at 10 a.m. Dec. 22, the company announced Thursday.

The hotel will accommodate weekend stays, Thursday through Monday, while the gaming floor will be open seven days a week, according to the news release.

“As the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino prepares to resume operations on December 22, this marks the final Caesars Entertainment resort to reopen in the U.S. and Canada,” said Anthony Carano, president and COO of Caesars Entertainment. “The past nine months have been filled with challenges, as well as opportunities including the merging of our two gaming companies to form the new Caesars Entertainment. We recognize the incredible effort it has taken to reopen our resorts and get us to this important milestone, and we look forward to welcoming our team members and guests back to Rio with their health and safety still top of mind.”

Amenities that will open

Entertainment: Penn & Teller – Performance schedule to be announced at a later date. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit

Restaurants: All-American Bar & Grille , Hash House A Go Go , Starbucks (near the hotel elevators), VooDoo Steak and Sports Deli.

Bars and lounges: Shutters Bar , iBar , Purple Zebra Daiquiri Bar, Race & Sports Book Bar, Masquerade Bar

Gaming : William Hill Race & sports book , Keno, slot machines, table games

Retail: Rio Logo

Additionally, Rio will debut the newly branded William Hill Sports Book on reopening day, with new customer offerings that include self-service sports betting kiosks.

Guests can save up to 20 percent on their next stay at Rio with Caesars’ Fall Savings Sale from Nov. 2-23, for select travel dates through September 2021. This hotel offer is based on availability and cannot be combined with any other offer. Offer code: FALL20.

7 days a week during holidays

During the holiday season, Rio will also accommodate hotel reservations seven days a week Dec. 23 through Jan. 3, 2021. Self-parking at Rio will remain free for all guests, but the valet will remain closed.

The Rio has implemented Caesars’ new health and safety protocols, which enhance its existing plans and practices in these areas. All Caesars properties are focused on the well-being of team members, guests and the community.

For more information on the company’s health and safety protocols, visit

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