LAS VEGAS (AP) — The owner of two casino resorts in Las Vegas has announced that it will temporarily prevent hotel booking at one of its resorts.
The Las Vegas Sands Corporation said Monday that it would temporarily close all hotel rooms at The Palazzo. The hotel stopped accepting weekday reservations in July.
Reservations will be offered exclusively at the company's Venetian hotel through at least Dec. 23. Most of The Palazzo's restaurants and bars will remain open.
Its casino will stay open, but there will be limited table games available. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports spokespeople for the company did not respond to how the new measures would affect employment.