South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa, located on Las Vegas Blvd, 10 minutes south of The Strip, has announced a $40 million remodel plan to all guestrooms throughout the property’s three towers. The renovations, which includes 2,049 rooms and 84 suites will see the addition of new furniture, luxury flooring, crown molding, and minibar and bathroom upgrades.
The first phase of the redesign, which will begin in April 2018, will be completed by September 2018, with 100 rooms currently available for reservations beginning in May 2018.
The three-year project will refurbish one hotel tower each year and is scheduled to be completed by September 2020. By the end of 2018, more than 630 newly designed rooms will be available for guests (subject to a $10 upgraded room fee compared to non-upgraded rooms). The guest rooms offer a refreshed look with new Bernhardt furniture, such as beds, dressers, night stands, chairs, sitting tables, and lounge chairs with an ottoman. In addition, the guest rooms offer lamps with power and USB ports, functional desks for business executives and a new color palette.
Additional property-wide improvements include:
- Costa del Sur Spa and Salon, which received more than $500,000 upgrades for updated treatment stations, new services, manicure/pedicure stations, hair stations and a new make-up station
- A multimillion-dollar professional bowling tournament plaza in partnership with the United States Bowling Congress
- Priefert Pavilion, a multimillion-dollar arena expansion project with two new climate-controlled indoor equestrian arenas
- Zenshin Asian Restaurant, a contemporary Asian cuisine destination led by Chef Terence Fong
- New digital display boards in the hotel’s Showroom, Sports Book, Race Book and Arena and Equestrian Center
- The Grandview Lounge, which now has a new look, and upgrade technology and lighting systems
- A cutting-edge sports broadcasting studio for Las Vegas Stats and Information Network, located next to the Sports Book; it’s the first multi-channel network dedicated to sports gambling information