Lucky Dragon hotel-casino, one of the most popular gaming options near the Las Vegas Strip, has announced reduction in staff and a temporary closure of entertainment options – restaurants and gaming options due to reconstruction.
Along with Cha Garden, the hotel and gift shop will remain open during the reorganization process. It has recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. A Lucky Dragon representative wrote in a press statement, "While this is a difficult decision, this reorganization paves the way for Lucky Dragon to establish new partnerships that will enhance the property's long-term positioning and provide a better guest experience. We would like to thank our outstanding colleagues for their many contributions, hard work and dedication to the resort."
According to the officials, the reconstruction will open a new opportunity for the group. Looking for new partnerships, hotel-casino is also looking forward to enhance the property’s long-term positioning. The officials also thanked colleagues for their hard work, contributions, and dedication to the resort. They added that the laid-off staff will have the opportunity to rejoin the Lucky Dragon team within six months – when gaming and additional restaurant operations resume.
Kaleb Edwards, a dealer at the Lucky Dragon, said: "We had hints, and you know we had warnings, so it was kind of obvious that was going to happen. You got a manager who was let's say was just managing for VIP. He is now a manager for Food & Beverage, VIPS, and slots." As per a food and beverage consultant for Lucky Dragon, Joe Muscaglione, the best professionals were hired for their positions. The players who are looking forward to redeeming their gaming tickets and chips can do so at the front desk of the hotel.