Borgata Hotel renovates public spaces and Fiore Suites

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, an MGM Resorts Luxury Destination, invested more than $14 million to add a lobby bar and adjacent VIP check-in, as well as redesign over 300 Fiore Suites.

Borgata also recently debuted a new sports entertainment venue, Moneyline Bar & Book, and nightlife experience, Level One Cocktail Bar & Lounge, reflecting a $12 million investment.

The Architect of Record (AOR) for all five projects is Nelson.

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Per project, the interior designers are: Floss Barber Inc. for the VIP check-in; Avenue Design for the lobby bar; Nelson for Moneyline Bar & Book; also Nelson for the Level One Cocktail Bar & Lounge; and MGM Resorts Design & Development for the Fiore Suites.

The all-new lobby bar and complementary VIP check-in has three large-screen televisions, coffee service featuring Lavazza products, and a curated tapas and cocktail menu.

The interior design by Avenue Design and architecture by Nelson Worldwide will present a fresh take on classic Art Deco with undertones in a polished speakeasy ambiance. Featuring illuminated custom wood and brass details, the bar will be surrounded by lounge seating upholstered with velvet fabrics in deep jewel tones. On weekends, the venue will transform into a piano bar.

The redesigned Fiore Suites will take inspiration from Borgata’s coastal surroundings. As designed by MGM Resorts Design & Development with architecture by Nelson Worldwide, the suites will be outfitted with a custom entertainment center featuring stone countertops, gold-dusted sconces and USB charging ports. A series of blues and neutrals will envelop the suite’s furniture pieces. A total of 312 Fiore Suites will be redesigned by early 2020.

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