Resorts World Catskills, New York’s largest commercial casino resort with the closest proximity to Manhattan, celebrated its Grand Opening last month, marking the completion of the critical first phase that marries the luxury experience with entertainment and gaming.
Headlining the festivities was a performance from legendary comedian and producer Jerry Seinfeld, whose signature stand-up routine was the inaugural performance in the RW Epicenter, an intimate 2,500 seat event center. The weekend-long celebration also featured a Grand Opening Gala attended by hundreds of VIP guests from throughout the region, including celebrities Phil Simms, Neil Patrick Harris and Adrian Grenier.
Resorts World Catskills is an all-season integrated resort destination that features more than 100,000 square feet of Las Vegas style gaming including 2,150 slot machines and over 150 live table games, according to press materials. In addition to its expansive gaming area, the casino resort also includes 10 varied bar and restaurant experiences, a 332 all-suite hotel, which includes garden suites, penthouse suites and two-story villas, the Crystal Life Spa, two fitness centers and the 2,500 seat RW Epicenter. The exclusive third floor VIP gaming area is designed for top-tier players and features a private lounge. Valet and complimentary self-parking in the covered garage and outdoor lots are available.