Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by winner, Jan 6, 2015.
does MGM own any properties downtown
RESORTS (Las Vegas)
MGM Grand Las Vegas
The Signature at MGM Grand
Delano Las Vegas
New York - New York
Gold Strike Tunica
MGM Grand Detroit
Don't forget the resort that started it all, Circus Circus.
And also Slots-A-Fun which they don't like to admit.
Yeah, I took that list from the mLife site . . . . didn't check it carefully
I think MGM kicked Circus Circus and Slots-A-Fun out of their player's club when they started MLife. I still use my old Mirage player's card from before the merger with MB and always surprised that it works.
Well circus is not a part of mlife's players club right? So that may be why you missed it...
No CET either.
I find that interesting that they both have chosen to not get a finger in that market too.
Maybe they should buy the Las Vegas Club
A few years ago, CET bought Binion's. Binion's owned the WSOP. CET sold Binion's and kept the WSOP.
I thought slots-o-fun was demolished.
Nope still there. Craps and blackjack tables are gone. Just some slots and beer pong. I don't get it.
They didn't demolish Slots a Fun, they just ruined it.
The cookie cutter management style they employ generally won't work downtown. But if the boutique concept is here to stay, it would make sense to renovate a downtown property for the next one.
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