Hotel owners are getting a boost from the Trump administration

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.