It’s almost time to say goodbye to the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Shopping and eating venues at the 20-year-old hotel — to be reinvented as two new hotels — will close Oct. 3.
The resort will be transformed into the Park MGM and the NoMad Las Vegas. The Monte Carlo will remain open during construction of the new hotels, but the pool, two restaurants and several shops will vanish.
The renovation carries a price tag of $450 million.