The Mirage in Las Vegas to see big changes via Hard Rock International
Hard Rock International wants to close The Mirage and renovate the entire three-wing hotel and casino. The company will invest billions in improving and making the property larger starting in late 2023 or 2024.
Nevada's Gaming Control Board recommended approval of the Hard Rock's 1.08 billion acquisition of The Mirage from previous owners MGM Resorts International. BetMGM will continue to manage the property's race and sportsbook. If all goes well, Hard Rancher will become the first iGaming company operated by an Indian Tribe to offer its services on the Strip.
The Mirage in Las Vegas will expand from 3.044 rooms to 3,640 rooms under the Hard Rock brand if the sale is approved by the Nevada Gaming Commission on December 22. The casino will be expanded from 94.000 square feet to 174.00 square ft and the convention space from 200,000 feet and 283,00 sq ft.
The Mirage in Las Vegas is going to see big changes via Hard Rock International. Cirque du Soleil’s Beatles-themed “Love” show will keep at the property. It is not known what will happen to the volcano once it is replaced.
The Mirage in Las Vegas will be expanded and improved. It will reopen in 2025 or 2026. All previous employees will have their jobs back. New employment opportunities will arise with the expansion of the former hotel & casino.
Hard Rock International is expected to obtain a Las Vegas license and complete regulatory obligations required for this acquisition in the coming days.