The Bellagio Begins $110 Million Reno of Spa Tower Rooms, Suites

Bellagio Las Vegas has revealed details of the $110 million transformation of all rooms and suites within its Spa Tower, delivering contemporary accommodations inspired by Italy’s Lake Como.

Following the resort’s recent remodel of more than 2,500 guestrooms in its main tower, the Spa Tower redesign, which encompasses 819 guestrooms and 104 suites, is slated for completion in October, with the first collection of rooms available for guest stays beginning July. Designed by New York-based interior design atelier Champalimaud Design in partnership with MGM Resorts International Design Group, the Spa Tower suites will have sophisticated design elements, custom furnishings and art influenced by high Italian style and couture, while color palettes draw inspiration from Lake Como and the Alps.

Suite corridors with midnight blue doors and handmade Italian light fixtures will set the tone for the arrival experience, while the suites will have neutral-colored wall coverings, custom furnishings and accent pieces in colors inspired by Northern Italy. Bedrooms will sport tufted cream-colored curved headboards, soft uplighting, custom TV armoires in a sycamore wood grain and floral touches. The living areas will offer curvilinear sofas, benches and chairs, with bathrooms incorporating vanities integrated with lighted mirrors and white marble surfaces, besides motion-sensor lights.

The King Rooms and Double Queen Room will include marble floors, custom furnishings, illuminated bathroom mirrors with mother-of-pearl inlay, and a separate soaking tub and shower.

In 2024, resort-wide guestroom enhancements will culminate with the redesign of the Bellagio Tower’s approximately 400 suites. Crafted by Chicago-based interior design firm The Gettys Group in partnership with MGM Resorts International Design Group, Spa Tower guestrooms will mirror the Bellagio Tower’s recently remodeled rooms. 

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