The Paris Las Vegas is investing more than $92 million this year for a renovation project that includes the revamp of an additional 1,600 guestrooms (to bring the total of updated rooms to 2,900) and the all-new Voie Spa & Salon just as it celebrates its platinum anniversary.
Following the first two renovation phases of 1,300 hotel rooms in 2016, the resort plans to complete the final phase guestroom renovations in May (the additional investment for these rooms totals more than $86.8 million). Created by KNA Designs, all 2,900 renovated guestrooms and suites combine classic European elegance with modern flair.
With splashes of burgundy complementing the brown-and-white color palette, the new Burgundy Rooms will have a king or two queen beds, a 55-inch flat-screen TV, full-size desk and custom accent pieces. The bathroom will have a marble counter, a bench seat, a shower with a glass enclosure, along with a rain shower head with hand-held wand.
Some key highlights of the refreshed suites include a separate living area with a wet bar, a marble bathroom with a whirlpool tub, views of the Eiffel Tower and the option for a total of four queen beds through connecting rooms.
A 25,000-square-foot facility, the all-new $3.75-million Voie Spa & Salon was reportedly inspired by journeys throughout regions of France.
Paris Las Vegas also debuted a new Eiffel Tower light show, inspired by the Eiffel Tower's illuminations in France. The enhanced lighting offers a recurring show featuring synchronized and choreographed twinkling and colored lights for visitors to enjoy nightly on The Strip. In partnership with Vision Sign Inc., Paris Las Vegas installed approximately 300 color washing light fixtures and more than 800 white strobe lights on the tower's exterior.
Paris Las Vegas first opened on September 1, 1999, complete with a 541-foot-tall Eiffel Tower in front, a half-scale replica of the Paris, France landmark. It remains the tallest reproduction of the original. The high-altitude attraction consists of 5,000 tons of wielded steel.
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