Patrick Jouin, Sanjit Manku design lounges atop Delano Las Vegas

Rivea and Skyfall Lounge by chef Alain Ducasse opened atop Delano Las Vegas, a luxury hotel on The Strip. For the two venues, Ducasse worked with French-Canadian design duo Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku.

Mirroring the design of yachts in Venice and the vibe of the Riviera coast, Rivea has cozy corners, mahogany banquettes and a palette of maritime blues and yellow accents. The restaurant has a “Wave Wall”, which contains hundreds of glass pieces that mimic the water. The restaurant also has a 50-seat private dining room called Rivea+, which has 180-degree views of The Strip through floor-to-ceiling windows. Also available are custom-made light fixtures said to represent the constellations found in Las Vegas’ night sky.

Meanwhile, Skyfall Lounge’s décor is dominated by deep purple, red and honey gold accents and cloud forms hanging overhead. Every seat in the room has views of the Vegas skyline. There is also an outdoor patio.

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Rivea and Skyfall Lounge are located on the 64th floor of Delano Las Vegas. 

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