New Room Designs at The Mirage

 

The Mirage will undergo this quarter a $110 million room and suite redesign, which promises to blend stylish luxury with contemporary comforts.

The resort’s 2,765 Deluxe and Tower Deluxe accommodations will reflect upscale living through multi-sensory design that will feature an overall neutral color scheme offset by pops of color, metal and wood. Fabrics will also emphasize texture more than pattern.

Other additions will be new pillow-top mattresses, 42-inch LCD TVs, iPod/MP3-compatible clock radios and new office spaces.

All Deluxe King and Deluxe Queen rooms will also receive upgrades. Visit www.mirage.com.

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