By J.D. Morris – Las Vegas Sun
When SLS Las Vegas opens its doors to the public at midnight, gamblers will step into a casino that’s much more intimate than the oceans of slot machines and table games that dominated major Strip resorts in years past.
The amount of gaming space at SLS is relatively small — about 60,000 square feet, making it closer in size to the boutique Cromwell than, say, the Bellagio. The old Sahara, which was gutted to become SLS, had a casino that was about 80,000 square feet large, and there are several Las Vegas resorts with casinos of 120,000 square feet and larger. (READ THE FULL ARTICLE)