Lucky Dragon announces plans for gaming area expansion
10 Feb 2017
"We are very excited about the growth of our VIP segment and know these changes will be for the long term benefit of Lucky Dragon and all of our guests," said Dave Jacoby, chief operating officer of Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino. "The early adoption of our rolling chip program has been very encouraging, and we're fortunate as a young property to have such a positive response to our unique high-end offerings."
As part of the property changes to even better service this segment, Dragon's Alley will have a short-term full closure to make room for the new Dragon's Alley noodle bar. Additionally, the current main dining space inside Dragon's Alley will be repurposed as the expanded space for the highly acclaimed Pearl Ocean. The space currently housing Pearl Ocean will be redesigned to accommodate the additional VIP table games. Offering the best dim sum in Las Vegas, Pearl Ocean will remain open 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Monday - Thursday and 10 a.m. – 11 p.m. Friday – Sunday through the renovation of Dragon's Alley.
In addition to the new gaming space, the resort currently boasts two high-end gaming areas: The Emerald Room, located on the ground floor of the property, and the ultra-luxurious, second-story VIP Gaming Lounge. Both offer Macau-style gaming and the same amenities that will be available in the new gaming space, including private banquet dining options, a relaxing lounge, full cash and cage services and 24-hour butler service. The rolling chip program is an exciting way for baccarat players to be incentivized for each bet they make and is currently available in The Emerald Room and VIP Gaming Lounge.
Additional information on the expansion of the high-end gaming area and the reopening of Dragon's Alley noodle bar will be announced at a later date. For more information on Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino, visit the website.
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