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Wynn Resorts is finishing up preparations for an iconic casino to open soon in the UAE.
Hotelier Middle East reported that Wynn Resorts CEO Craig Billings described the proposed project as “bigger than Wynn Las Vegas.”
It will be the first casino in the UAE. The casino is scheduled to debut in 2026 on the dormant Dream Island on Ras Al Khaimah’s Marjan Island, and will occupy a space of about 18,500 square meters.
The project is said to be double the size of Wynn’s Las Vegas property, making it among the ten biggest in the world.
Billings claimed that Wynn resort would be fully “licensed to conduct gaming” when it opens.
The casino will include a 1,000-room hotel, a spa, and an upscale shopping mall.BKM/ Expat Media
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