Which iconic hotel will close later this year?

When it comes to travel, certain places are must-sees And everyone knows them. If you go to New York, everyone wants to see the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building. You’re not going to Paris, and not see the Eiffel Tower. If you’ve been to Los Angeles, you’ve probably driven by and seen the Hollywood sign. These are just now some examples of places and things everyone should see when traveling to these destinations. If any of them were to close, many would be devastated that they would not see and experience them. There are also certain hotels with history around the world so many are looking forward to staying outdoors, and an iconic hotel near Idaho is closing its doors for good this year.

Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas permanently closed

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Credit: Justin Wang on Unsplash

The historic Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas has announced that this will happen will close permanently this summer. The hotel has been in Las Vegas for 34 years and is best known for its volcanic eruption front side, and also being home to the long-standing show Siegfried and Roy. The hotel closes on July 17 and admits visitors some time for a last stay this summer. If you have never stayed at the Mirage: it has a beautiful pool with waterfalls, is centrally located on the strip and is Also home of Cirque du Soleil with Beatles music.

What happens to the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas?

Credit: Tobias Smietana on Unsplash

Credit: Tobias Smietana on Unsplash

Once the hotel is being closed, it will be renamed and reopen in 2027 as Hard Rock Las Vegas. Hard Rock will pay all Mirage employees a severance package estimated at $80 million to help them. Hard Rock will seek to provide world-class entertainment, innovation and hospitality. There is no word datum about what, if anything, the hotel will keep from the Mirage.

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like you am someone who enjoys staying at the iconic hotel, or maybe you’ve never been there but you want to go, there’s still time this summer. Book a trip today and enjoy the Mirage again before it’s gone. For more information about the closure, make sure that click on the link above.

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