Casino resorts in the Las Vegas Strip have become massive that when a gambling firm completes a renovation project, it is time to redo it again. MGM Resorts International announced it would spend $110 million to renovate its iconic casino resort on the Strip.
The gambling firm will remodel the Spa Tower Rooms and suites of its Bellagio resort casino. According to sportsbook pay per head reports, MGM recently renovated over 2,500 rooms in Bellagio’s main tower.
The resort’s fountains inspired the new renovation project. The new designs took inspiration from the flow of water, nature’s beauty, and the light reflections seen during sunrise and sunset. Also, the newly renovated rooms will have an oversized shower, a built-in closet, dual sinks, and an activity table.
Iconic Casino Resort to Undergo Renovation
According to bookie pay per head sources, the Spa Tower redesign involves around 800 guest rooms and 100 suites. It will be completed by October. Also, the first rooms will be available for guests in July 2024.
MGM Resorts hired Champalimaud Design for the renovation. Also, they will work with MGM Resorts International Design Group. High Italian couture and style will also be incorporated into the Bellagio Spa Tower suites. Also, the natural vibrancy of Lake Como and the Alps inspired the color palette.
According to Discount Pay Per Head sources, the Spa Tower renovation project will include several suites. These include Salon Suites, two-bedroom Bellagio Suites, Bellagio Suites penthouses, and Executive Hospitality Suites. Also, they will have billiards lounges and home theater living areas for entertainment.