LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — After being closed for more than five months, MGM Resorts International reopened the Mirage to the public Thursday morning.
8 News Now interviewed Niklas Rytterstrom, The Mirage President & COO.
Mirage, which ushered in the mega-resort era in Las Vegas in 1989, closed in mid-March, along with other Nevada gaming properties, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The resort also reopened the Dolphin Habitat and Siefried & Roy’s Secret Garden. The iconic volcano attraction and show erupted once again on Thursday night.
The Mirage is one of the last MGM Resort International properties on the Las Vegas Strip to reopen. The following properties on the Strip remain closed: Tropicana, Park MGM, Planet Hollywood, Cromwell and the LINQ.
The resort will follow the same safety protocols as other MGM resort properties.