Bellagio, a wholly-owned subsidiary of MGM Resorts International, is set to invest $40m to renovate all of the rooms and suites in the resort’s Spa Tower in Las Vegas.
According to MGM Resorts, the Spa Tower remodel will cover 819 guest rooms and 109 suites, including the chairman and presidential suites, following a $70m redesign of 2,568 guest rooms in its main tower in 2011.
The project will begin on 19 August 2012 and is expected to be completed by December 2012.
Bellagio president and COO Randy Morton said the renovation will broaden the company’s selection of luxury accommodations.
"The new designs and layouts of the suites are exquisite and complement the contemporary ambiance we’ve created throughout the resort," Morton added.
The Spa Tower features a wide range of suites, including the 850ft² Salon Suites, the 1,000ft² Bellagio Suites, the 1,500ft² penthouses, the 1,900ft² two-bedroom Bellagio Suites, and the 4,000ft² chairman and presidential suites.
As part of the renovation, Bellagio will introduce three new 2,500ft² suites, each of which will feature a billiards lounge and separate home theatre living area.
Renovated resort rooms in the Spa Tower will be available for reservation in early September 2012, and the new suites will be available from November 2012.
The new Spa Tower resort rooms, which have been created by MGM Resorts International Design Group, will be consistent with the three designs represented in Bellagio’s main tower, said the hotel operator.
Image: Bellagio will invest $40m to renovate the Spa Tower. Photo: PRNewsFoto/MGM Resorts International