Saipan Vegas Resort turns one


The Saipan Vegas Resort celebrated its first anniversary and their recent expansion with a two-night event that catered to families, adults, and teens alike.

To commemorate its first successful year, Saipan Vegas Resort held a movie night and a local concert free, both free of admission, over the weekend.

Saipan Vegas Resort is a budget-integrated resort that combines gaming with a golf course.

According to Saipan Vegas Resort general manager Gus Noble, they put up a movie night and a concert because they wanted to celebrate turning one by having fun with the community they have been serving for the past year.

“This was our first anniversary and we wanted to give back to the community a little bit and have some fun… We wanted to give them something to [look forward to],” he said.

Noble said the highlight of the past year was the opportunity for the company to grow, expand their business on Saipan, and being a part of and contributing to the community. Saipan Vegas Resort takes pride in its 100 percent local hired staff.

“It’s been a good year…we first built 50 hotel rooms. These are prefab, modular hotel rooms and now we’ve built another 48 so we have [nearly] 100 rooms,” he said.

Saipan Vegas Resort will soon be offering promos for their gamerooms and more.

Noble urges the community to check out Saipan Vegas Resort because they strive to provide their guests with a great time, a great venue, and Saipan hospitality.

Kimberly Bautista | Reporter
Kimberly Albiso Bautista has covered a wide range of news beats, including the community, housing, crime, and more. She now covers sports for the Saipan Tribune. Contact her at

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