Las Vegas’ Circa Resort & Casino Opens Hotel Tower

LAS VEGAS—Circa Resort & Casino in Downtown Las Vegas has officially opened its 777-room hotel tower and rooftop lounge, Legacy Club. Paying tribute to Vintage Vegas through its design and old-school hospitality, these new amenities mark the official completion of Circa’s construction.

“They say to save the best for last, and when you visit our hotel tower and Legacy Club, you’ll see that’s exactly what we did,” said Derek Stevens, CEO of Circa. “Circa is now home to some of the most stunning hotel rooms and suites in all of the city and watching Las Vegas light up before your eyes from Legacy Club is one of those ‘wow’ moments you have to experience for yourself.”

Built in collaboration with McCarthy Building Companies Inc., Tré Builders, Steelman Partners and Alice O’Keefe, Circa’s director of design and architecture, Circa’s 71-degree tower provides some of the best unobstructed views of the city, according to the property. Standing at 458-ft. tall, the hotel tower and Legacy Club round out Circa’s offerings, which include the world’s largest sportsbook; a 365-day/year pool experience, Stadium Swim; several original F&B concepts; and a two-story casino, all of which opened Oct. 28.

Housed inside the tallest hotel tower north of the Strip, Circa’s rooms and suites offer views of Las Vegas Blvd., Stadium Swim and the Valley’s surrounding mountain ranges. Using an Art Deco aesthetic both in style and furnishings, the rooms were inspired by Downtown’s history and art scene and include works curated by DAC Art Consulting. Featured artists include Jelaine Faunce, Deidra Wilson, Schinn Loong, Sarah Scherf and Adolfo Gonzalez with Yesco.

Each of Circa’s standard rooms are equipped with a mini refrigerator; tablet for booking reservations at the sportsbook, restaurants and Stadium Swim; and a control panel for the room’s light settings. Select rooms incorporate built-in Inova beds, which can be pulled down from the wall and transform the living space with an extra bed.

The 360-degree Circa Studio rooms feature a king-size bed placed in the center of the room surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows and amenities, transforming the space into a loft experience.

Suites
Circa’s suite collection spans from 822- to 1,612 sq. ft. The one-bedroom accommodations feature living rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, lounge-style furniture, a black quartz dining table, 65-inch HDTVs and full wet bar with refrigerator.

For a retro Vegas trip, Circa’s high-style Bunk Bed accommodations are available in 713-sq.-ft. pads and 1,362-sq.-ft. suites and include living rooms with a wet bar and refrigerator, a charger port for each bed, couches with views of the skyline and a full dining area. Suites and pads feature two bunk beds to sleep four people and large bathrooms.

At the top of the hotel tower, Circa’s six Founders Suites, measuring at an average of 1,831 sq. ft., are two-bedroom suites including a bar with its own refrigerator and flat-screen TV located adjacent to floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as an entertaining space with ample seating, a second flat-screen TV and electric fireplace. Art installations, upgraded finishes, a signature scent and separate powder room complete the experience.

Legacy Club
Sitting sky-high on the 60th floor of Circa’s hotel tower, the indoor/outdoor 8,400-sq.-ft. Legacy Club delivers 360-degree views of Las Vegas complemented by craft cocktails, an upscale lounge, an outdoor terrace with fire pits and “electro swing” music.

The club’s entryway houses a series of custom metal busts of iconic Vegas pioneers and legends including Jackie Gaughan, Benny Binion, Jay Sarno, Kirk Kerkorian, Sam Boyd, Steve Wynn, William Bennett, Bob Stupak, Barron Hilton and Howard Hughes, as well as Frank Fertitta, who will be added in the coming weeks. Adorning the walls is an artistic collection of painted portraits of each of the legendary gentlemen, as well as a black-and-white photograph of Las Vegas power couple Mayor Carolyn Goodman and Oscar Goodman.

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