Vdara Hotel at CityCenter Now Accepting Reservations

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CityCenter in Las Vegas is now accepting reservations for Vdara Hotel, which is scheduled to open October 1. Vdara is an all-suite hotel presenting a non-gaming, smoke-free and sustainable environment.

Physically connected to Bellagio and adjacent to ARIA Resort & Casino, Vdara will offer access to all of the entertainment, gaming, shopping, dining and nightlife at CityCenter and in Las Vegas. Designed by RV Architecture, LLC, led by Rafael Viñoly, the 57-story Vdara has a distinctive crescent shape and unique skin. The Vdara Health & Beauty is a 16,000-square-foot, two-level wellness spa, salon and fitness complex. Martin Heierling, the innovator behind Bellagio’s AAA Four Diamond restaurant Sensi, will serve as executive chef for all of Vdara’s food and beverage offerings, including Silk Road, a modern trans-ethnic restaurant; Bar Vdara, an eclectic lobby lounge; the Sky Pool & Lounge; and Gourmet Grocer. Vdara will also have 10,000 square feet of contemporary conference space and will be able to host social and banquet functions for up to 400 guests in an upscale boutique hotel setting. Nightly rates range from $159 to $2,000.

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Photos courtesy of CityCenter Land, LLC

Reservations can be made for October 1 and beyond via www.Vdara.com or 866-745-7767.
Vdara will be the first of CityCenter’s developments to debut, followed by Mandarin Oriental and Crystals retail and entertainment district in early December. CityCenter’s grand opening celebrations will culminate with the launch of ARIA Resort & Casino December 16.

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