Bellagio in Las Vegas this week unveiled redesigned guestrooms that are the result of a US$70 million remodeling project that started in June.
Created by MGM Resorts International Design Group, the rooms feature three distinct color palettes: indigo-and-silver, green tea-and-plum and amber-and-butterscotch. All the new rooms aim to reflect an updated, elegant feel pairing modern conveniences with the warmth of home.
Other unique details in the rooms include botanical macro-photographic images created exclusively for the hotel, benches at the end of each bed, an ergonomically designed desk space, LED lighting, organic carpeting and furniture made from eucalyptus, which is renewable.
“We want guests to feel inspired from the moment they step off the elevator,” said Randy Morton, president and chief operating officer of Bellagio. “The incredible combination of vibrant yet warm colors, beautiful botanical imagery and the overall crisp ambiance should set the tone for a very special experience.”
Bellagio expects all 2,568 resort rooms in the main tower to be redesigned by mid-December.