MGM Grand in Las Vegas Will Redesign All Guest Rooms and Suites by 2012

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas revealed this week the designs for its new guest rooms and suites. The $160 million remodel includes all 3,570 guest rooms and 642 suites in the hotel’s main tower and should be completed by September 2012. The initial set of redesigned rooms will be finished by the end of November 2011.

Scott Sibella, president and COO of MGM Grand, said, “Our new rooms complement MGM Grand’s incredible collection of accommodations. This is one of many exciting announcements on the horizon, all of which solidify MGM Grand’s position, not only as an entertainment destination, but as a premier hospitality experience.”

The new guest rooms were created by the team at MGM Resorts International Design and will include such amenities and designs as: warm earth tones, floor-to-ceiling headboard walls, a dresser with a fully stocked mini-bar and media connectivity hub, a flat-screen HD TV, and energy-efficient lighting and lamps. The suites will features colors ranging from royal plum to red and azure blue, with multiple seating and dining areas, large flatscreen TVs and spacious master bedrooms.

The newly remodeled room and suites will also go along with MGM Grand’s commitment to sustainability, and include: LED lighting, improved thermostats and solar shades to better manage temperature and guest comfort, upgraded faucets and showers, and bath amenities that are 100 percent biodegradable.

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