Floyd Mayweather has found a new favorite spot in Las Vegas. The boxing world champion was seen hanging out with Circa Resort & Casino’s developer & CEO Derek Stevens two nights in a row (November 4 and November 5) at Stadium Swim, the property’s year-round pool amphitheater. Stadium Swim is the country’s largest pool destination for sports lovers – and now star athletes too. Featuring six temperature-controlled pools, two swim-up bars and a 143 x 40 foot, 14-million-megapixel LED screen, the venue always plays the day’s hottest games and televised events. Officially opened as of October 28, Circa is truly a fan’s paradise as it is also home to the world’s largest sportsbook, Circa Sports, boasting a 78-million-pixel screen and stadium-style seating.
About Circa Resort & Casino
Circa Resort & Casino delivers an all-new integrated resort concept to the heart of Downtown Las Vegas. Las Vegas’ first adults-only casino, Circa introduces a new legacy that turns up the good times to eleven and burns bright with the original spirit of Vegas. Combining the best of Las Vegas service in a modern, state-of-the-art setting, Circa is designed for guests to live large in the now, make the most of life’s fleeting moments and create new memories through an exhilarating, multi-sensory experience. The first ground-up casino-resort in Downtown Las Vegas in 40 years, its larger-than-life amenities include the world’s largest sportsbook; Stadium Swim, a year-round pool amphitheater; two-story casino; eclectic restaurant and bar concepts; Garage Mahal, a high-tech transportation hub; an expansive local art collection and more. Circa’s 777-room hotel tower will open on December 28, 2020. Visit circalasvegas.com or follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @circalasvegas to stay up to date.