The Ho Chunk Casino and Resort is opening to the public in early 2019.
The hotel will feature a 360-degree glass window with an interior that will feature 360-degrees.
The entire complex will feature 24,000 square feet of gaming space.
It will also feature a “Cabana Room” with an indoor pool and sauna, a private dining area, a 24-hour concierge, a “hotel bar,” and a casino lounge.
It also will have a “sports bar” with 24 sports bars, a food court, a bowling alley, a roller rink, and a bar.
The casino is expected to open in early 2020.
Ho Chunks Casino and Resorts will also have a rooftop bar.
“The Ho Chunky is going to be a world-class hotel in every way,” Ho Chuckie Chairman and CEO Jeff Loehrs said in a statement.
“Our vision is to bring our guests the best entertainment in the world, with the most unique casino experience.”
The hotel is expected have a total capacity of 20,000 people.
The company will have approximately 15,000 rooms and suites, with an average occupancy rate of 80%.
The casino will also offer gaming services, including slot machines, roulette, and craps.
“The Ho-Ching is a new world in Las Vegas, and it’s our mission to be the best casino in the land, no matter where you are in Las Vegas,” Ho-Clunk Resort CEO and Co-Chairman Jeff Loesch said in the statement.
The resort is expected be a major draw for tourists to the Las Vegas Strip, which is expected in 2020 to have the highest occupancy rate in the United States, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Ho Chi Minh City-based company, founded in 1969, will operate the resort for 20 years.
The project was approved in 2017 by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
The board is expected issue a final decision on the project in 2019.
Ho Chi-Minh City’s location in the Las Vega Valley and the surrounding communities are in a region known for its tourism and entertainment industries.
The region’s tourism industry has been growing at a rate of 10% annually over the past decade, according a report by the International Monetary Fund.
The tourism sector in Nevada is estimated to have more than $8 billion in annual revenue, with nearly 60,000 jobs in the tourism industry, according the Nevada Tourism Infrastructure and Economic Development Corp. In addition to Ho Chi Mo City, the resort will also be home to other hotels and resorts in the Ho Chi Delta region.