Genting’s new Resorts World Las Vegas resort, under construction on the Las Vegas Strip, will feature an entertainment complex with nightlife, entertainment and dining options under a partnership with Singapore’s Zouk Group.
The 100,000-square-foot entertainment complex will include a Zouk nightclub, the famous brand acquire by Genting Hong Kong in 2015.
The space also will include a social gaming bar, RedTail, which will offer shared plates, premium beer and cocktails, with club games such as beer pong, darts and pool; and Fuhu, which Genting plugs as an “unexpected twist” on contemporary Asian cuisine.
“Resorts World Las Vegas aims to reinvent the traditional integrated hospitality experience in Las Vegas across every sector, including nightlife,” Resorts World Las Vegas President Scott Sibella said in a press statement.
“With over 29 years of experience in the nightlife industry, the Zouk brand is proud to make its debut at Resorts World Las Vegas, in a destination considered by many to be the entertainment capital of the world,” Zouk Group CEO Andrew Li said.
“When Genting Hong Kong acquired Zouk in 2015, it was always the plan to build this lifestyle portfolio under the Genting Group, so this partnership with Resorts World Las Vegas is the next transition,” Zouk Group CEO Andrew Li told The Straits Times in Singapore.
“There’s almost 30 years of history, brand DNA and legacy with Zouk, and we can bring something special to this already quite momentous project.”
Zouk is owned by Lim Keong Hui, son of Genting Chairman K.T. Lim. The younger Lim resigned as co-CEO of Genting Hong Kong in September and a few days later bought Zouk from the Hong Kong division.