The last Las Vegas Strip resort to open is now back in business.
The Cromwell Las Vegas started welcoming visitors again after a long closure since mid-March.
The Caesars Entertainment owned hotel-casino is the first to change to an adults-only resort on the Las Vegas Strip, and open only to guests 21 and over.
It is also one of the smallest on the Strip, with 188 rooms and a 40,000-square-feet casino.
The opening sees 350 employees get their jobs back, and management says it hopes to bring more staff back as business picks up.
“It’s a moment that’s been over six months in the making,” said Senior Vice President and General Manager Ken Janssen.
During the closure it was used as a base for the CBS dating show Love Island.
The Cromwell will have a ‘continued emphasis on enhanced health and safety protocols,’ it said.
It follows the opening of Circa Resort & Casino a day earlier, which is the first entirely new resort built in downtown Las Vegas for decades.
Circa is also an adults-only property.