Caesars Entertainment: Some attractions, amenities remain open; buffets close

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LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Caesars Entertainment is closing “several outlets” through April 9, including buffets, but some attractions and amenities will remain open. The closures were attributed to impacted business operations.

The company also announced it will adjust hours of operation for open activities, including the High Roller and Eiffel Tower Experience.

Caesars noted outlets still operating include casino floors and some restaurants, bars, pools and retail businesses.

“For those open outlets, we are following the recommendations from public health officials by limiting capacity and providing social distancing of guests in restaurants, bars and gaming floors,” a spokesperson said in a statement.

Buffet operations were suspended company wide as coronavirus concerns mount. The Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace is temporarily closed for a planned, multi-week renovation.

For a full list of restaurants, bars and retail stores still open across Caesars’ properties, click here.

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