The Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino has announced a grand opening date of Dec. 3.
The property will celebrate with a firecracker show, a lion and dragon dance, and the world's largest traditional Kung Fu tea service.
Lucky Dragon promises to deliver an authentic Asian lifestyle experience.
One unique feature of the property will be Dragon's Alley, which will resemble an Asian night market. TYhe lantern-lit space will be open for breakfast and late-night dining and will feature a rotating menu of regional delicacies, fresh (and live) seafood, dim sum, succulent barbecue, boba tea and much more.
The Pearl Ocean will set a new standard for dim sum in Las Vegas. A live seafood room will allow guest to select exotic live seafood flown in daily to be prepared in both traditional and modern culinary styles.
The menu at Phoenix will feature cutting-edge culinary trends throughout modern China. Kurobuta pork, deer tendon, abalone and countless other rare and expertly prepared delicacies will be available.
Cha Garden is an indoor/outdoor tea garden and lounge area. Led by Las Vegas’ only tea sommelier, Cha Garden will feature an extensive list of tea sourced directly from generations-old tea farms throughout Asia.
Bao Now will provide fast and delicious meals and snacks 24 hours a day. They will serve simple dim sum, soups, rice, noodles, congee, boba tea and other dishes.
The nine-story hotel will offer 203 rooms, including 23 suites; 24,500-square-feet of casino space with emphases on stable games; a pool designed to create an oasis garden escape; a spa with four treatment rooms; and staff and signage to accommodate guests throughout Asia as well as English-speaking guests.
The resort will begin to accept reservations Oct. 1.