Boyd Gaming unveils new Suncoast Hotel & Casino renderings

March 21, 2024
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Several aspects of the property will be updated with a modernized look.

Boyd Gaming has released renderings and plans for its latest project to renovate Suncoast Hotel & Casino.

The latest updates are part of a building plan that began last year, with the addition of a new William B’s Steakhouse and a High Limit Room on the casino floor.

Additions to Suncoast will include a new sportsbook near the casino’s east entrance, which is scheduled to open “by this coming football season.” Sports betting fans will be able to view games on large, high-resolution and wrap around LED screens.

The company also plans to build an electronic bingo room adjacent to the casino floor with easy access to the main parking garage walkway.

The casino floor at Suncoast will receive a facelift as well. The company said the new casino floor will have a “modern look and feel” with the redesign.

Boyd said plans are in the works for a 70-seat contemporary raised center bar, designed to “modernize the look and feel of the property as guests enter through the porte cochère doors.”

Company VP of Operations Steve Schutte took a moment to discuss the company’s ongoing commitment to supporting the community.

He commented, “We have been proud to serve this neighborhood for nearly 25 years now, and we want to make certain that the Suncoast keeps improving and evolving with this community.

“The all-new Suncoast Hotel and Casino will begin a new chapter in this property’s great history as we create an enhanced and modern gaming experience for our friends and neighbors in the Summerlin and northwest Las Vegas communities.”


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