This page attempts to track what’s going to open, what isn’t, and when. This is a very fluid situation with a lot of moving parts so I apologize in advance if I get something wrong or don’t have it posted ten seconds after it is made public.


  • All major casinos are allowed to be open but not all are. See specific casino updates below.
  • All major casinos are offering free self parking.  Valet parking is available at some hotels but not all and some are charging for it, but not all.
  • Per the state of Nevada, masks are required for everyone in public, indoors and outdoors if you are unable to be at least six feet away from the nearest person.  Masks may only be removed while actively eating or drinking.  This means you must wear a mask at all times in the casino, malls, stores, attractions, and so on; while outside walking on The Strip if there are crowds of people around you; while outside at the pool unless you are in the water; and so on.
  • Hotels must operate at a reduced capacity so not all rooms will be available in hotels that are open
  • Casinos are only allowed to have up to 50% of their occupancy limit and will limit gaming – every other slot machine will be inactive, stools in front of inactive machines removed, no more than 3 players at blackjack and other card tables, no more than 4 players at roulette, no more than 6 players at craps, and no more than 4 players at poker tables. Gathering to watch at tables and slots will be prohibited. Cocktail service will be available.
  • Restaurants may be open but may only seat 50% of their occupancy, must keep tables at least 6′ apart, and dine-in will require reservations.
  • Bars (including those in restaurants) are open again as of 9/21/2020 but have social distancing and mask requirements in place. 
  • Pools may open but not all are. Fewer lounge chairs and cabanas are available and they are spread out more.
  • Salons and fitness centers are allowed to open but not all are. Social distancing measures will be enforced.
  • Retail outlets may be open but must restrict capacity and enforce social distancing protocols.
  • Showrooms and most entertainment venues are NOT open.
  • Saunas and spas are NOT open.
  • Nightclubs are NOT open.


As indicated above, many of the properties that are listed as “open” below are not operating at 100% capacity or have everything open.  Many restaurants are still closed or operating with reduced hours and limited menus, many shops are still closed, showrooms are closed, and nightclubs are closed.  Check with each individual property for details.


There is less to do in Vegas now – fewer restaurants, bars, and stores and no shows or nightclubs. Luckily there are still plenty of attractions to keep you busy in Vegas. All of the ones that are open are operating at limited capacity and with social-distancing restrictions and many have reduced the hours and/or days they are open.  Check websites or call first before visiting.