The former Lady Luck casino in Downtown Las Vegas will reopen November 12 as the Downtown Grand.
CEO Seth Schorr said the refurbished hotel and casino was accepting room reservations as early as October 27.
The property opened in 1964 and closed in 2006. It has undergone a $100 million renovation of 634 hotel rooms, and will include about 600 slot machines and 30 table games. The property expects to hire 800 people.
“We have been working hard on this project for several years, and we are very excited to invite our neighbors and guests to enjoy the experiences we’ve created,” Schorr said.
The property’s owner, CIM Group, has invested “north of $200 million” in both in the Downtown Grand and the surrounding Downtown neighborhood, Schorr told the Las Vegas Review-Journal.