LAS VEGAS—Bellagio has begun the remodel of all 403 suites in the resort’s main tower here. This marks the final phase of an approximately $165-million investment into the newly designed rooms and suites that began in 2011.
After redesigning 2,568 resort rooms in the Bellagio Tower in 2011, the resort followed up with a remodel of all 928 resort rooms and suites in its spa tower in 2012. The completion of the remaining suites in the Bellagio Tower is expected by February.
“We want to ensure that all of our guests enjoy the same exquisite luxury and design. Bellagio is known for the world over, no matter which room or suite they may choose,” said Randy Morton, president and COO of Bellagio. “A great deal of thought went into every element of these spaces and we’re thrilled to begin the final phase of this project.”
The suites will offer refined furnishings with high-style surfaces such as lacquer and exotic wood graining, as well as fabrics influenced by modern fashion. Key design elements and color themes will be consistent with the recently unveiled suites in the spa tower, along with a new color palette of spring greens and Dragonfruit pink meant to promote rejuvenation of the spirit.