Horseshoe’s arrival on the Las Vegas Strip ‘a significant moment’

Horseshoe Las Vegas

Caesars Entertainment has officially debuted the grand opening of its Las Vegas Strip-based revamped Horseshoe Las Vegas property, which comes complete with a range of updates.

The operator confirmed an intention to bring the Horseshoe casino brand back to Las Vegas last year via a transformation of its Bally’s property, with a series of similar rebranding exercises subsequently spanning numerous states.

To commemorate the occasion, Jack Binion, whose family opened the original Horseshoe in downtown Las Vegas, presented a special horseshoe from his family’s ranch to Caesars’ leadership.

“The arrival of Horseshoe on The Strip marks a significant moment for Caesars Entertainment, the Horseshoe name and the entire destination,” said Jason Gregorec, SVP and General Manager of the property. 

“Not only are we excited for guests to experience the redesigned resort and its latest offerings, but we are also proud to reintroduce the historic gaming brand to Las Vegas.”

Among the fresh additions to the facility is a World Series of Poker hall of fame poker room, with the 4,900-square-foot space offering 18 tables with refreshed furniture and equipment.

The WSOP room also intends to honour the sport’s most legendary players with a hall of fame exhibit, which will be added to the space in the coming months.

In addition, the tournament will return to Horseshoe Las Vegas and Paris Las Vegas from May 30 to July 18, 2023, for its 54th annual edition.

The 2022 tournament saw 197,626 entrants from more than 100 countries with a record breaking $347.9m total prize pool.

Furthermore, in addition to a range of additional food and beverage outlets, the Strip-based venue also features The Arcade, a 7,000-square-foot venue that features more than 80 supersized games.

Caesars now operates 10 Horseshoe properties throughout North America, following the completion of the year-long transformation.