Las Vegas has one of the highest hotel occupancy rates in the United States, but it’s not the only one struggling to keep its popular hotel open.
As part of a larger effort to help local businesses in the city, Hyatt Las Vegas is trying to keep the Hyatt at the end of the Las Vegas strip open.
In an effort to keep hotel occupancy high, Hyatts is looking to add a hotel room and a restaurant to the Hyatts at the Vegas Strip.
“We have a very, very busy schedule, and we have some very long hours and very busy days and we just can’t accommodate those demands,” said Hyatt executive director of business development, Andrew Williams.
Hyatt wants to add two restaurants to the hotel.
They will be called The Blue Palace and The Palace of Gold, and they will be open 24 hours a day.
Williams said they have the money to pay for the project, but that they don’t have any cash for the construction of the restaurants.
“It’s a great opportunity for us to be able to bring those restaurants into the hotel and to serve our guests in the hotel,” Williams said.
Hyatts hopes to open The Blue Garden at the Hilton Garden Inn in the early 2020s.
Hysts plans to add the Palace of the Gods at the Omni Las Vegas in the future, but the hotel has not yet decided whether to make the project a reality.
Williams says he believes Las Vegas hotels are in a golden age.
“You have the great design and you have the design, but you have to make sure that you have people that are willing to come in and have a really good experience for themselves and for the guests that are coming in and for our guests,” Williams told ABC News.
“Our goal is to be as open as we can be,” Williams added.
The Hyatt, which is located at the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Nevada Avenue, opened in 1986.