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Las Vegas' newest hotel Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino to open late 2016

The first ground up casino development in Las Vegas for six years, the Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino, is set to open late 2016, and become the city’s first resort delivering an authentic Asian cultural experience on the Las Vegas Strip.  

Lucky Dragon will be a community gathering hotspot for international and Asian visitors, locals and anyone looking for the most authentic Pan-Asian food in town. The resort is set to appeal to the Asian market with signage in both Chinese and English, multilingual staff and the city’s only indoor/outdoor high-end tea garden and lounge. All aspects of the hotel and casino’s design have been influenced by the rich traditions of Asian culture. Designed by architects Ed Vance & Associates and the interior by Lee Cagley Design, with consultation on cultural authenticity by Feng Shui master Lin Huang at Qi Gallery.

RESTAURANTS - One of Lucky Dragon’s key elements will be its collection of restaurants, designed to be among Las Vegas’ most authentic Pan-Asian dining destinations. Jewel Kitchen will be the only show kitchen in the city that extends directly onto the casino floor and will serve as the hub of Lucky Dragon’s culinary action.  A night market will emulate the vibrant street food markets of Asia, and will serve an ever-changing menu of dishes including regional delicacies, fresh and live seafood, dim sum, barbecue and boba tea.

A dim sum restaurant will feature live exotic seafood flown in daily and will be among the finest dim sum served in North America, and a new fine dining restaurant will boast a menu of rare Chinese and Asian delicacies to attract the region’s most discerning palates. The 60-seat restaurant will feature a private balcony and an extensive wine list.

HOTEL - With 204 total hotel rooms, Lucky Dragon will offer a boutique accommodation experience, which will include 23 standard suites averaging 625 square feet. The top floor of the hotel will feature a luxurious 1,300 square foot penthouse suite offering panoramic views of the Las Vegas Strip, and a formal dining space suitable for catered meals, events and private parties.

TEA GARDEN - Lucky Dragon’s tea programme will be among the most specialised in the city. Served in the hotel’s indoor-outdoor tea garden and lounge area, the concept will be helmed by Las Vegas’ only tea sommelier. Offerings will include teas sourced directly from generations-old farms throughout Asia, as well as varietals sold nowhere else in the city. For guests to full immerse themselves in the tea experience, custom-built Gongfu tables will allow them to experience the traditional Chinese tea ritual ceremony. The tea garden will feature a delicate waterfall, oak trees and a shoreline swimming pool.

SPA - A 4,500 square-foot spa will focus on reflexology treatments and also feature four traditional treatment rooms, including one wet treatment room and one couple’s room. The spa will offer a full range of scrubs, massages, acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicines and total relaxation techniques.

Booking for Lucky Dragon will be available this summer.

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