Caesars to reopen Louisiana casino under its Horseshoe brand
After over two years of being non-operational, Caesar’s establishment in Lake Charles, Louisiana is soon going to be welcoming guests again. Having originally been shut down because of the pandemic and Hurricane Laura, the casino and hotel has undergone extensive renovations, including a name change from its former Isle of Capri brand.
Scheduled to open on the 12th of December, the brand new Horseshoe Lake Charles will feature an expanded 5500 square meter property, with over a thousand games to play, such as slots and table games. It will have over 250 hotel rooms and a kitchen that will soon be led by the famous Gordon Ramsay when the celebrity chef’s steakhouse opens midway through 2023 at the casino.
Additionally, the establishment will feature an official World Series of Poker room, where it is expected to host a number of the league’s events.
A number of members have been invited to the opening of the property on the 12th, with the ribbon cutting ceremony kicking off the day at noon. Throughout the day, it is going to host a number of celebrity guests, celebrating the long-awaited opening of the establishment. At the end, the day will be concluded with a firework show.
Reservations for the rooms at the hotel are already open on Caesar’s website.