Cabela’s to launch ‘dream resorts’ in Las Vegas and Hawaii as well as in other parts of the U.S.

Cabelas is to launch “dream resorts” in Las Vegas and Hawaii.

The luxury retailer, which also operates the luxury hotel and golf course at the Mandalay Bay resort, said the locations will begin in 2019 and “provide access to the world’s most exciting and exotic experiences.”

The company also said the resorts will offer a range of amenities, including a fitness center and spa, a casino, an art gallery, a resort-style banquet hall and the world-class entertainment venues.

The resorts are expected to open in 2018.

The company said the “world-class amenities” will include “a high-end dining experience, a fitness facility and spa,” an art museum, the world famous “Festival of the Living Arts,” a shopping mall, an entertainment complex and a water park.

“These are the most unique, most exciting destinations in the world and we’re committed to providing them to our customers for as long as possible,” Cabelans CEO Dan Stulberg said in a statement.

The announcement comes after Cabel’s announced it would be bringing in new jobs at the hotel in 2018, citing a need to diversify its workforce.