Resorts Casino Hotel in AC Unveils Plan to Welcome Back Guests
On March 16, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy ordered Atlantic City's casinos to shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Almost 3 months later, those casinos are preparing to re-open and one of them, Resorts Casino Hotel, has recently unveiled its plans for welcoming back guests.
In a press release, Resorts says it has "developed a Play Safe, Work Safe plan to responsibly welcome back guests and team members."
The plan includes the installation of new technology that Resorts says will improve the air quality inside the resort, as well as the cleanliness of the property. Plexiglass barriers similar to ones seen at grocery stores and other retail outlets throughout the state have also been installed within the hotel and casino.
Resorts will also require employees to take part in mandatory health screenings and temperature checks to ensure the safety of both its guests and team members.
Hotel guests at Resorts will be able to utilize mobile express check-in and check-out. Plus, hand sanitizer stations and hand wipes will be available throughout the complex.
Inside the casino, several measures will be taken to ensure that guests are social distancing. This will include limited seating at table games and spaces between operating slot machines. (Meaning, "every other slot machine will be available for play.")
Resorts says it "will be ready to welcome guests back when the state indicates that we can open."
Resorts Casino Hotel is part of Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment (MGE). MGE currently operates 9 resorts in the United States and abroad.