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Lucky Dragon hotel slated to open in 2016 in Las Vegas

In a recent move The Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino is scheduled to open in late 2016 in Las Vegas, which will the first casino development launch in the city for six years. This resort which is operated by the Las Vegas Economic Impact Regional Centre and Lucky Dragon LP, is said to be specifically targeted at the Asian market, with signage in Chinese and English, multilingual staff and a range of Asian food & beverage offerings, and the city’s only tea garden. Lucky Dragon is set to offer 800+ job offerings in the city and on Thursday the property which is situated on Sahara Avenue just west of Las Vegas Strip, announced the launch of its website which will also serve as a portal for job seekers.

Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino’s website will feature current open position and people can browse available positions and submit an application.  Currently applications are invited for the property’s eateries, security, payroll, and finance and information technologies.  In near future the website will soon handle room bookings.

This luxurious hotel will feature 204 rooms and suites along with a casino which will emphasis on popular Asia games such as baccarat and pai gow. As per the plans this casino will feature 37 table games and 300 slot machines. The resort plans to offer their guests an Authentic Asian lifestyle experience.  In order to boost customers to this property here in May, Hainan Airlines received approval to operate three direct weekly flights from China. As per the current plans Hainan Airlines is expected to use its 213 seat, 787 passenger jet which at full capacity means 33,000 inbound Chinese passengers at full capacity.

.” David Jacoby, chief operating officer for the resort, said:

“This whole place has been very specifically feng shui’d, from the colour patterns, to the carpets, to where the seats are, to where the cash is. There will be no fourth floor in the hotel – that’s a superstition similar to what we have in the United States with the number 13. There’s no number 4 anywhere on the property”.

Union Gaming said:

“First, direct flights would allow Chinese travellers to spend more time in Las Vegas and ultimately spend more money. Second, incremental flights and carriers would likely follow suit after the first three flights begin. We believe the first direct flights into Las Vegas could just be the tip of the iceberg as it relates to direct service between Las Vegas and China.”

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