Flamingo Las Vegas Bunk Bed Rooms to Debut February 2019

Starting February 1, 2019, families and large groups traveling together can stay in one of Flamingo Las Vegas’ 14 Bunk Bed Rooms. The new accommodations are part of the second phase of the resort’s room renovation, totaling a $156 million investment to date.

The new Bunk Bed Rooms offer two queen beds, each with its own overhead full-size bunk. Guests who want more space than the 515-square-foot rooms have to offer can choose to stay in the Bunk Bed Suite. At 1,000-square-feet, the accommodation includes a parlor with oversized lounge furniture, a kitchenette and a bedroom with a similar setup to the Bunk Bed Rooms.

Flamingo Las Vegas’ current 976-room renovation comes after its first 1,270 rooms and suites project, finished this past April. When work on the second phase finishes at the end of December two-thirds of the property’s room product will be either new or remodeled in the past two years.


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Located at the center of the Las Vegas Strip, the Flamingo resort offers more than 3,500 guest rooms and suites. The property includes a 15-acre pool and wildlife habitat that includes waterfalls, island vegetation, tropical wildlife, three pools and gardens. Flamingo Las Vegas is operated by a subsidiary of Caesars Entertainment Corporation. In 2018, Caesars has renovated 3,737 Las Vegas rooms as part of a long-term effort that has seen over 15,500 of its 23,150 rooms renovated since 2014.

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