Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino has launched its website, LuckyDragonLV.com. The new website currently features news about the property and an online employment center.
In conjunction with the website launch, the property is now accepting applications for positions throughout the organization. Lucky Dragon will fill over 800 positions prior to opening later this year. The resort will be the first in Las Vegas to have a focus on Asian culture.
“We are proud to advance the hiring process with this important step of opening up our online employment center to hospitality professionals worldwide,” said Lucky Dragon’s Chief Operating Officer Dave Jacoby. “We look forward to sharing frequent updates on our progress and additional details of our resort’s unique Asian offerings through our website.”
Eventually, the site will handle hotel room bookings and provide additional information about the property’s culinary offerings, gaming, special promotions, entertainment, retail and more.
The positions that are being hired for are now live and will be updated frequently along with the rest of the website. Lucky Dragon is seeking staff multilingual in English and Chinese, as well as other Asian languages. Positions will be available across all departments including casino operations, food and beverage operations, information technology and more.
Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino is Las Vegas’ first casino resort designed from the ground up to create an authentic Asian cultural and gaming experience. The resort, located at the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, is scheduled to open late 2016. Features of the property include a nine-story hotel with 204 rooms, of which 24 are suites; 27,500 square feet of casino space with an emphasis on table games including Baccarat and Pai Gow as well as slots, a high limit gaming area known as the Emerald Room and a luxurious VIP gaming parlor; a pool designed to create an oasis garden escape for hotel guests; a spa with four treatment rooms including reflexology and acupuncture; an indoor-outdoor Tea Garden featuring an extensive list of tea curated by Las Vegas’ only tea sommelier; five Asian-inspired restaurant concepts; and staff and signage to accommodate guests from throughout Asia as well as English-speaking guests.