MGM Resorts‘ Las Vegas property, the Bellagio, will undergo a $110 million renovation of its Spa Tower’s rooms and suites, bringing “contemporary amenities influenced by Lake Como in Italy.”
The redesign of the Spa Tower, which includes 819 rooms and 104 suites, will be completed in October following the resort’s recent renovation of more than 2,500 rooms in its main tower. The first batch of accommodations will be open for guest stays starting in July.
Ann Hoff, President and COO of Bellagio, said, “Bellagio’s commitment to providing unparalleled accommodations, experiences and service to our discerning guests from around the world is a hallmark of our brand promise.”
The Bellagio Spa Tower Suites, designed by New York-based interior design firm Champalimaud Design in collaboration with MGM Resorts International Design Group, will feature high-end design features, custom furniture and artwork.
Winston Kong, partner at Champalimaud Design, said: “We wanted to create a residential aesthetic with the sense of timeless luxury that is uniquely Bellagio. We found inspiration in the colors of the surrounding flora of Lake Como and the classic style of the building’s architecture.”
The Spa Tower redesign offers a variety of suite types, including Salon Suites, Bellagio Suites, Penthouses, two-bedroom Bellagio Suites and the 100-foot Executive Hospitality Suites with billiard lounges and home theater areas for entertainment.
Additionally, rooms in the Spa Tower will be designed to resemble those in the newly redesigned Bellagio Tower by interior design firm The Gettys Group of Chicago.
Sobre o Bellagio
Inspired by European villages, the Bellagio Resort & Casino overlooks a blue Mediterranean lake with fountains promoting a magnificent water show. The property has several options not only to receive visitors at a high level, but also to amuse and entertain all player profiles.