MGM Resorts International Design Group showcases Bellagio's Spa Tower rooms

Bellagio completed the remodel of all 928 rooms and suites in its Spa Tower. Additionally, the resort introduced three new Executive Parlor Suites designed with entertainment and technology in mind. The 2,500-square-foot suites each have a billiards lounge and separate home theater living area inviting guests to host events.

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

For sustainability, the newly remodeled resort rooms incorporate environmentally responsible elements, including energy-efficient lighting in corridors and guest rooms providing 60 percent greater efficiency; organic carpeting primarily made from wool and furniture made from eucalyptus, both renewable resources; a new double towel bar in the bathroom for increased ability to dry and reuse towels; and a 180 percent improvement in air circulation from the previous room.

 

In addition to 819 Resort King and Resort Queen guestrooms, the Spa Tower has a selection of more than 100 newly redesigned suites including a new class of 2,500-square-foot Executive Parlor Suites. These suites provide a space for entertaining and socializing, while maintaining a sense of privacy and luxury. This suite has an open plan spotlighted by a billiards table with a dedicated media lounge adjacent to the main room. These suites also offer a range of entertainment options, including an Xbox and Blu-ray Disc player and a one-touch Creston remote system to control all technology.

The $40-million Spa Tower remodel began in August 2012. This marks the conclusion of the hotel’s redesign of all 3,387 resort rooms which also included the recent $70-million Bellagio Tower remodel.

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