Guests at the Gran Hotel in Las Vegas are enjoying some relief from the new administration, after the U.S. government announced it was giving the hotel $7 million in subsidies to build a wall along the Mexican border.
According to Bloomberg, the administration will make a payment of $5.5 million to the hotel on Feb. 15.
That’s $1 million above the amount the city’s tax agency approved last year to finance a project that would connect Las Vegas and Mexico through a “permanent and secure” wall.
The hotel, which was established in 1920, is a luxury hotel, with a bar, pool, spa, and a bowling alley, among other amenities.
It also serves as a popular tourist destination.