Bellagio, Las Vegas to begin $40-million redesign of Spa Tower

Bellagio started the remodeling of all 928 rooms and suites in the resort's Spa Tower. Following Bellagio's $70-million redesign of 2,568 guestrooms in its main tower in 2011, the Spa Tower remodel will encompass 819 guestrooms and 109 suites, including the Chairman and Presidential suites.

The $40-million project is expected to be completed by December 2012.

In addition to the Resort King and Resort Queen guestrooms, the Spa Tower features a range of suites including the 850-square-foot Salon Suites; the 1,000-square-foot Bellagio Suites; the 1,500-square-foot Penthouses; the 1,900-square-foot two-bedroom Bellagio Suites; and the 4,000-square-foot Chairman and Presidential suites.

Additionally, as part of this remodel, Bellagio will introduce three new Executive Hospitality Suites created with entertainment and technology in mind. The 2,500-square-foot suites each will feature a billiards lounge and separate home theater living area.

Created by the MGM Resorts International Design Group, the new Spa Tower Resort Rooms will be consistent with the three designs represented in Bellagio's main tower. The Resort King Rooms will feature an indigo and silver combination or a green tea and plum palette, while the Resort Queen Rooms will have an amber and butterscotch motif.

Inspired by the villages of Europe, the AAA Five Diamond Bellagio overlooks an 8 ½-acre lake with fountains performing an aquatic ballet choreographed to music and lights. Within Bellagio are dining experiences including two AAA Five Diamond restaurants, Julian Serrano's Picasso and Le Cirque from the renowned Maccioni family. Bellagio is also home to a collection of luxury retailers. Bellagio is a wholly owned subsidiary of MGM Resorts International.

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