MGM Resorts International Design Group redesigns Mandalay Bay

Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino announced the final phase of its resort-wide transformation with the redesign of more than 3,000 guestrooms and suites. The approximately $100-million remodel includes more than 3,000 guestrooms and suites. The project, done by the MGM Resorts International Design Group, is expected to be completed by spring 2016.

The Resort King will have a cobalt and white color scheme. Meanwhile, the Resort Queen rooms will have either a ruby and latte combination, or lavender and mocha. A centerpiece for the room, each bed will be framed by a mural onyx-inspired wall. All rooms will also have a minibar, Keurig coffee machine and a flat-screen HD TV.

The new Resort Collection rooms will have a work area with a glass desk, seating and task lighting. Functional details will include an electrical outlet on each lamp for bedside and tableside recharging. The rooms will also offer views of the mountains, the city skyline or Mandalay Bay's 11-acre pool and beach.

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The Suite Collection has one- and two-bedroom suites for entertaining. Featuring jewel tone fabrics accented by natural wood and stone, each suite will have multiple seating and dining areas. The media and living area will include a table for gatherings.

There will also be one- to four-bedroom suites in the Luxury Collection. These will have newly designed décor complemented by amenities such as floor-to-ceiling windows and dining and bar areas.

Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is a resort set on 120 acres on the Las Vegas Strip. The resort offers three hotel experiences: Mandalay Bay with 3,211 rooms and suites; Four Seasons Hotel, a AAA Five Diamond hotel-within-a-hotel, offering 424 rooms and suites; and the Delano Las Vegas. Mandalay Bay is a wholly owned subsidiary of MGM Resorts International.

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