Following the $135m sale back in August, Hooters Casino & Hotel will undergo a makeover and become the new OYO Hotel & Casino Las Vegas from today.

The rebrand includes 657 brand new hotel rooms across the 19-storey property, which will now be managed by OYO’s partners, U.S hospitality firm Highgate, while Paragon Gaming will still continue to act as the operators for the 35,000-square-foot casino.  

Reservation info for guests will not change, nor will the club reward schemes that were in place prior to the sale. However, points acquired with Hooters previously will automatically be transferred over to OYO’s new Rewards Club scheme.

Fortunately, the official on-site Hooters restaurant will not be affected by the change of ownership, so guests can still look forward to great food, cold beers, sports action, and of course, the signature best of the breasts service that can be found throughout all of their franchises.

OYO also confirmed they will be looking to put additional amenities in place and offer new, exciting experiences to visitors. These new attractions are yet to be revealed, but one can only hope they’re as pleasing to the eye as what the old casino was known for.    

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Thomas McCoy was born in Bethesda, Maryland and studied finance at the Kogod School of Business at American University in Washington D.C. before heading to New York and a job as a forex trader on Wall Street. Successful enough to launch his own, online forex trading platform, Thomas has long had a keen interest in the places where the worlds of finance and technology meet. As a prolific blogger, Thomas considers himself an expert on cryptocurrencies, casino asset restructuring, and emerging technologies set to change the way people do business.