MegaSports Tour: Circa Resort And Casino

Only Players’ Callie Bundy had an exciting experience visiting the Circa Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, which is the first adult-only casino in Las Vegas. Circa aims to honor old Las Vegas while creating a new experience. It opened in October 2020 and it has quickly gained a reputation as one of the best places to go in Sin City.

One of the highlights of the Circa Resort and Casino is the Mega Bar, which has the longest bar top in Nevada. This bar offers a unique drinking experience and it’s a great place to socialize with other guests. Another impressive feature of the casino is its massive sportsbook, which is the largest in the world. It is a three-story stadium-style sportsbook with a 78 million-pixel screen. It’s a must-visit for sports fans.

Another exciting area in the Circa Resort and Casino is the Stadium Swim, located right outside. This area has several pools and massive TVs, making it the perfect place to enjoy a day in the sun while watching your favorite sports team play. The Stadium Swim is open all year round, so guests can enjoy it no matter when they visit.

The Legacy Club is a must-visit spot as well in the Circa Resort and Casino. This club is known for its specialty cocktails and fantastic views. You can get a stunning panoramic view of the Las Vegas skyline from the roof-top club. Bundy had a great time at Circa and it is definitely a place worth visiting if you find yourself in Las Vegas.

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