Hotels and resorts all over Las Vegas have upgraded with renovations to their guest rooms, meeting spaces, restaurants, spas, and more. Here is the latest.
Tuscany Suites & Casino
Tuscany Suites & Casino unveiled renovations to its guest rooms and suites as part of a property-wide enhancement. The $5 million project, which kicked off in 2015, is now complete, showcasing new furniture, carpeting and bathroom vanities.
The newly designed rooms include touches that reflect a modern take on the Tuscany region of central Italy, personally selected by the property’s owner, Brett Heers. The refreshed guest rooms also include an updated color palette and design, environmentally friendly lighting fixtures, new artwork, desk space for business travelers, additional power outlets, and faster in-room Wi-Fi.
The Westin Las Vegas
The Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa, located steps away from the Las Vegas strip, has completed major renovations, transforming into the city’s newest non-gaming, non-smoking option. Under the management of Crescent Hotels & Resorts, the casino floor has been removed to make way for Jake & Eli, a culinary experience and lobby bar concept, as well as new and upgraded meeting spaces.
The hotel has added four new meeting rooms, located off the lobby, increasing its capacity by 20 percent. The rooms come with custom catering options including a private buffet, menus from Jake & Eli, and a dedicated pre-function space, making this area a spot for large and small businesses or social groups.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas announced that the REVIV IV Wellness Spa, a global wellness provider of signature IV therapies and booster shots, will open on property in the Spring of 2018. The third Las Vegas location will offer both guests of The Cosmopolitan and locals the opportunity to receive IV wellness therapy designed to treat a variety of common ailments including dehydration, inflammation, vitamin deficiencies and the after effects of a night out in Las Vegas.
REVIV will offer signature amenities of the IV wellness lounge including full body massage chairs, private and group treatment areas with televisions and iPads, views of the Las Vegas strip, aroma therapy and beverages. Treatments will be available in either a private treatment room onsite or in-room for guests staying at The Cosmopolitan.
Monte Carlo Resort and Casino
Famous Los Angeles-based chef Roy Choi will come to Las Vegas in the fall of 2018 with the debut of a Koreatown-inspired concept inside the Monte Carlo, which is currently being rebranded as the Park MGM. The soon-to-be-named restaurant will be a celebration of L.A.’s Koreatown district.
MGM Resorts is currently outfitting the Monte Carlo with a remodeled lobby, restaurants, meeting spaces, and guest rooms, along with the new name, Park MGM. The transformation is scheduled for completion in March 2018.
Harrah’s Las Vegas
Harrah’s Las Vegas has completed a $140 million renovation project, which includes 1,622 modern new guest rooms and suites in its Valley Tower, as well as seven-day-a-week free, live entertainment and a new lobby bar and casino floor.
The interiors of the reimagined Valley Tower guest rooms emphasize warm tones of gray and purple accents. Purple fabric and blue sitting chairs complement the room’s cream décor, dark wood accents and contemporary fixtures. Oversized vanities offer backlit mirrors and bars, while suites have ceramic dark plank tile.
Located on the ground floor of the Valley Tower, the resort now has a new lobby bar with 12 gaming stations, seating with charging stations and an image of the iconic “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign. The resort’s recent renovations also include a completely remodeled casino floor and a new Starbucks near the Carnaval Court Bar.
El Cortez Hotel & Casino
The historic hotel in downtown Las Vegas has begun renovating 73 of its Tower Rooms with new interior décor and artwork designed to represent the hotel’s location and history. The renovated rooms, set to debut in late summer 2018, plan to offer a modern design blended with a touch of Spanish Colonial style. Highlights of the redesigned rooms include vintage Las Vegas-inspired artwork, black and white floor tiles, traditional style rugs, carved wood details and modern accent furniture.
In the hallway, guests will find a full-size monochromatic mural of the Downtown Las Vegas skyline with a pop art graphic layered atop, along with an abstract interpretation of the hotel’s famous sign spanning the length of the hallway.