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Volume 24 Issue 3
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Sister casinos elevating Laughlin entertainment

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January 2024

LAUGHLIN, NV — Nestled along the vibrant banks of the Colorado River, the Aquarius and Edgewater Casino Resorts in Laughlin, Nevada, are elevating their status as premier destinations for entertainment and leisure. With a series of exciting developments and a rich array of offerings, these sister properties are not just gambling havens; they are becoming cultural hotspots, offering a diverse blend of entertainment, dining, and luxury accommodations.
Aquarius Casino Resort, recognized as the largest hotel in Laughlin, boasts 1,906 rooms and suites spread across two 18-floor towers. Offering breathtaking views of the Colorado River and the Laughlin Strip, the resort is more than just a place to stay. Its extensive facilities include a fitness center, a resort pool, and tennis courts, all designed to offer a luxurious escape to its guests. Complementing these amenities, the resort hosts a variety of room packages, such as the Bed and Breakfast Special and the Duet Coffee & Wine Special, tailored to enhance the visitor experience.
Edgewater Casino Resort, situated on the Colorado River, complements its sister property with a blend of relaxation and excitement. Housing a world-class casino and resort-style amenities like a pool, spa, and fitness center, Edgewater offers guests a perfect mix of leisure and thrill. Its accommodations are equipped with modern conveniences, ensuring a comfortable and enjoyable stay. With room packages like the PT’s Express Room Special and the Point Multiplier program for True Rewards members, Edgewater caters to a diverse range of preferences and tastes.
On the entertainment front, both resorts have lined up a series of remarkable events. The Edge Pavilion, formerly known as the E Center at the Edgewater Casino Resort, has become one of Laughlin’s top venues for live entertainment and special events, featuring intimate seating and state-of-the-art sound and lighting. Upcoming performances include renowned acts such as Larry the Cable Guy, The Clairvoyants, and Air Supply. Similarly, the Laughlin Event Center, adjacent to the Aquarius Casino Resort, offers a large outdoor space capable of accommodating up to 11,600 guests, with upcoming headliners like Thomas Rhett and Jason Aldean.
Dining experiences at these resorts are equally noteworthy. Aquarius Casino Resort invites guests to indulge in a variety of culinary delights. Options range from the casual River Rock Pizza & Pasta to the more upscale Stockman’s Steakhouse, known for its prime cuts and gourmet dishes. Edgewater Casino Resort complements this with its own range of dining options, including the celebrated Hickory Pit, which offers a fine dining experience, and PT’s Express, perfect for quick and tasty bites.
Beyond the conventional casino experience, the properties have invested in creating versatile spaces for various events. The Edgewater Casino Resort’s meeting facilities encompass over 37,000 square feet, suitable for a wide array of events from conventions to weddings. The Edge Pavilion, in particular, offers a large space for trade shows, concerts, and other events. These versatile venues, combined with professional planning services, make the resorts ideal locations for hosting memorable events in Laughlin.
The Aquarius and Edgewater Casino Resorts in Laughlin, Nevada, are redefining the leisure and entertainment landscape. With luxurious accommodations, an exciting array of dining and entertainment options, and versatile venues for events, these resorts offer a comprehensive experience beyond the traditional casino environment.

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