Las Vegas Marriott Completes $4.3M Guestroom Renovation
Tuesday January 14th, 2014 - 2:33PM CBG
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LAS VEGAS—Las Vegas Marriott has just completed a $4.3-million guestroom renovation. Additionally, the hotel has transformed two hospitality suites on the second floor into 600 sq. ft. of new meeting space.
“Our company has a focus on the Millennial consumer—the person seeking spaces as expansive as their imagination, who can mix work and personal time seamlessly, and who seeks a property that meets personalized experiential needs, whether it be the latest technologies, an ambiance of serenity, or a location in the center of it all," stated Keith Gamberg, general manager of Las Vegas Marriott. "As a result, our redesign appeals to these guests who gravitate toward substance and style plus a boutique-like feel, and calm ambiance that is just off the craziness of the Strip."
The 278-room boutique-style hotel, which features all-suite guestroom accommodations, is a non-gaming property located just two blocks from the Las Vegas Strip.
The guestroom renovation encompassed the following elements: new RFID lock systems, addition of in-room safes to accommodate iPads, laptops, smartphones, etc., replacement of coffee tables with brown leather ottomans and addition of outlets on all lamps and nightstands to accommodate charging of multiple electronic devices.
Tags: Marriott • Las Vegas Marriott • Hospitality • Brands • Architecure & Interiors • Construction/Renovation •
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