Aliante Casino + Hotel is promising a “new day” when the property’s owner takes over management from Station Casinos this week.
The North Las Vegas resort-casino announced today it will mark Thursday’s shift in management with promotions around the theme “A Brand New Day” and a new player loyalty card.
Station Casinos opened the property in 2008.
In November 2011, Aliante Gaming LLC took over ownership, while Station continued to manage the resort.
On Thursday, Aliante Gaming formally takes charge.
The 200-room hotel and casino, which sits on 40 acres in the Aliante master-planned community at Aliante Parkway and Interstate 215, is a four Diamond AAA-rated resort.
Terry Downey, general manager, said changes include a new mix of live entertainment, promotions, new restaurants and a new player loyalty program.
The new player loyalty program, called Aliante Players Club, honors current players’ status levels by matching them with a new equivalent tier status.
Players can pick up their new loyalty cards beginning at 10 a.m. Thursday at the rewards center.
The first promotion will begin at noon Thursday, with a 10X play lasting all day.
The casino also will introduce an all-paper, all-day bingo hall with a blackout progressive starting at $10,000.
The race and sports book will offer an extensive betting menu, along with some exclusive prop bets not found elsewhere.
Aliante is introducing three new restaurants: Bistro 57, described as having “a lively and modern atmosphere inspired by the flavors of Europe,” The Salted Lime, a margarita bar and restaurant, and Medley Buffet, which will serve offerings from around the world