In The News: William F. Harrah College of Hospitality

Las Vegas Review Journal
June 5, 2020

Las Vegas is returning to its value destination roots during the coronavirus pandemic, with hotels offering free parking, waived resort fees and discounted room rates to bring tourists back to Nevada.

Las Vegas Review Journal
June 5, 2020

Las Vegas is returning to its value destination roots during the coronavirus pandemic, with hotels offering free parking, waived resort fees and discounted room rates to bring tourists back to Nevada.

KSNV-TV: News 3
June 4, 2020

Tomorrow, resort property owners hope the sights of an empty Las Vegas Strip will all be a distant memory as the state's economic engine will begin slowly turning again.

Casino.org
May 28, 2020

The casino buffet has been an integral part of the Las Vegas experience for decades. But COVID-19 is threatening to put a fork in the Strip amenity staple.

Casino.org
May 28, 2020

The casino buffet has been an integral part of the Las Vegas experience for decades. But COVID-19 is threatening to put a fork in the Strip amenity staple.

Eater - Las Vegas
May 26, 2020

Don’t put a fork in buffets quite yet. Their attraction for tourists make them a sure bet to return. UNLV professor Amanda Belarmino, who teaches strategic management at the William F. Harrah College of Hospitality, tells News 3 LV that buffets could swap out the free-for-all for a butler approach to getting food, with dishes brought to the table and fewer seats to maintain social distancing.

KSNV-TV: News 3
May 26, 2020

It's as "Las Vegas" as Elvis impersonators or drive-thru wedding chapels: the All-You-Can-Eat buffet.

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 26, 2020

When they open June 4, Las Vegas Strip casinos are almost certain to take steps to protect the health of workers and guests.

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 26, 2020

When they open June 4, Las Vegas Strip casinos are almost certain to take steps to protect the health of workers and guests.

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 21, 2020

Younger gamblers aren’t known to be heavy spenders, but they could be the driving force behind the gaming industry’s recovery.

El Tiempo
May 20, 2020

Casino companies have been characteristically cautious about when (and if, and in what form) they could reopen buffets after the coronavirus shutdown, but it appears that most will remain on the sidelines, at least for a time.

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 20, 2020

Casino companies have been characteristically cagey about when — and if, and in what form — they might reopen buffets in the wake of the coronavirus shutdown, but it appears most will hold off, at least for a while.