The Cromwell casino and hotel on the Las Vegas Strip reopened Thursday as an adults-only venue.
Only people 21 years and older will be permitted inside the hotel and casino, but younger people will be allowed in The Cromwell’s Giada restaurant.
The Cromwell closed in March when numerous other Las Vegas casinos and businesses shut down.
It was the last Las Vegas Strip resort to reopen, KLAS-TV reported.
Some venues that are not on the strip, including the Palms and the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, remain closed with no scheduled reopening dates.
The Cromwell opened in 1979 as the Barbary Coast.
In 2007, it reopened as Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall and Saloon before again reopening in 2014 as The Cromwell.