MGM Resorts International Design Group remodels Bellagio’s rooms and suites

Bellagio completed the remodel of the final 403 suites in the resort’s main tower. This marks the conclusion of an approximately $165-million remodel that began in 2011 and encompassed all 3,933 of the resort’s rooms and suites.

The new look was created by the MGM Resorts International Design Group.

The Bellagio’s redesigned suites now offer new furnishings with high-style surfaces such as lacquer and wood graining, as well as fabrics influenced by modern fashion. Key design elements and color themes are consistent with the remodeled suites in the Spa Tower, along with a new color palette of spring greens and dragonfruit pink. The new color scheme was chosen to promote rejuvenation of the spirit.

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Some rooms and suites at the resort include views of the fountains of Bellagio, while the remainder look out on the Spring Mountains to the west of Las Vegas. Rooms at the property include a bedside iHome docking station, laptop-friendly nightstand safe and automatic drapery and sheer controls. 

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