Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas to unveil complete guestroom renovations

Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas will ring in the New Year with a complete renovation of all its 424 guestrooms and suites, slated to be complete by Dec. 17. This design project was inspired in part by the Art Deco period, so that to be featured in the new Four Seasons guestrooms are bespoke furniture translations of vintage designs; and elsewhere, furnishings and metal hardware that recall high fashion.

Features in the renovation include polished ribbon mahogany and cream lacquer finishes, and silver leaf and nail head accents. Also in use are high-contrast, polished materials. Meanwhile, unconventional color pairings compliment large pieces of modern art that were scouted specifically for the location and often commissioned to suggest a private residence collection.

Four Seasons’ guestrooms and suites are located on floors 35 to 39 of the Mandalay Bay tower, offering views of the Las Vegas Boulevard or the surrounding desert landscape through floor-to ceiling windows. The hotel’s suites offer panoramic views of the Strip or the Las Vegas valley.

Additional design highlights include: a multi-media hub on all TVs, as well as convenience outlets in lamp bases for easy charging of multiple personal media devices; a desk and an ergonomic chair at each work space; sofas with pull-out sleepers in all suites; backlit in all bathrooms, while suite bathrooms feature integrated TV screens; custom designed faucet sets and bath hardware, and the use of frameless glass shower enclosures in polished chrome; and classic marble flooring and vanity tops.

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