Wynn Resorts, the Wynn Vacations, KingsMill Resort and Scoottsdale Resort will close due to a virus outbreak, according to a statement from the company.
The statement, obtained by ESPN, says that all properties are closed for now and that the company is working with the local authorities to ensure the safety of the guests.
The Wynn resort in Scottsdale, Ariz., has been closed since March 29.
Kingsmill, in the town of Scootsdale, is scheduled to close Jan. 7.
The resort was scheduled to open Jan. 9, the same day that the resort closed its doors for the second time.
The company’s website states that there is no indication of the extent of the virus outbreak.
The Scootssdale resort is scheduled for a Jan. 17 opening.
All three resorts in Arizona, including Kingsmill and Wynn, are scheduled to reopen Feb. 18.
Wynn said in a statement that “we have taken appropriate action to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and we will continue to work closely with local authorities in an effort to prevent further outbreaks.”
The statement added that “as we have reported for several months, this is a highly contagious virus and we are working closely with the authorities to maintain our safety and security.”
Wynn and the resort were the top-rated hotels in the country last year and are known for their luxurious resort stays.
The hotels closed in April after about a year of operation.
A spokesman for the Arizona Department of Health said that there was no immediate evidence of a new coronaviruses in Arizona.
ABC News’ Matt Kretzmann contributed to this report.