December 18th - 22nd

Downtown Las Vegas' Golden Gate Casino to remain closed for 5 days in December

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Downtown Las Vegas' Golden Gate Casino is scheduled to remain closed for five days this month, from December 18th to December 22nd. The 122-room property on the corner of Main and Fremont Streets is set to temporarily close for a carpet replacement on its casino floor, according to officials. 

An official statement on Thursday said: “The property will celebrate the reopening with an open bar bash on December 23rd from 6:00 PM– 8:00 PM, along with the return of its annual Santa’s Helper contest.” Additionally, the hotel’s booking portal does not show availability for room reservations from December 17th through December 27th.

Golden Gate, which is the oldest downtown casino, is a 117-year-old property located on Fremont Street. It is owned by Circa owners Derek and Greg Stevens. 

According to Las Vegas Review-Journal, the development comes as Circa Hospitality Group and its subsidiaries, which include Golden Gate, Circa, and D, face a potential class-action lawsuit accusing the resort operator of failing to disclose fees and taxes required on comps offered through its loyalty program. As per the lawsuit, the class action could involve more than 10,000 people, including those who visited the resorts and signed up for the Club One program.

Members who filed the lawsuit claimed that they were assessed fictitious fees or taxes whenever they attempted to use complimentary points to purchase food and other offerings at three affiliated hotels.

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