Las Vegas Strip Resort gets a makeover

Las Vegas is a city of bright lights and attractions, so to compete with the business on the Strip, casino resorts need to be state of the art.

Twenty years might not seem like a long time in the history of most buildings, but for a casino, that’s enough to make a building old.

So it’s a good thing for Wynn, 17 (WYNN) – Get Wynn Resorts, Limited Report Las Vegas, the facelift the casino is currently going through is expected to be completed in June 2022.

The nearly 2,700-room casino resort is redesigning its suites, rooms, elevator lobbies and resort tower hallways.

“As customers’ needs and tastes evolve, we are constantly advancing details that not only meet but exceed their most discerning tastes,” Todd-Avery Lenahan, President and Chief Commercial Officer of Wynn Design and Development and Head of Redesign told Travel Weekly.

“Our redesigned rooms are both warm and dramatic, intimate and sophisticated. The rooms are designed to be your personal space while we welcome you and are designed to be a respite, an exhale at the end of your day.”

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Lenahan is behind the design of the Delilah supper club at Wynn Las Vegas, the Cocktail Collection on the Lake of Dreams as well as the Wynn Las Vegas’ new restaurant, Casa Playa.

Las Vegas finds its groove

Wynn won’t be the only major resort to carry out work on its properties.

Currently, Fontainebleau Las Vegas, a project that has been on a nearly 20-year odyssey, continues its slow journey toward a late 2023 opening. Additionally, Caesars Entertainment (CZR) – Get the report from Caesars Entertainment Inc. decided to rebrand its Bally Casino into its Horseshoe brand, a decision which was prompted by Bally’s Corporation BALY wanting to use that name on a revamped Tropicana.

These moves all happen at the same time as two NBA-ready arena projects are underway in the city, while a deal for a Les Vegas Strip stadium for the Oakland Athletics seems inevitable.

If that wasn’t enough for major construction (and Las Vegas has many smaller, but still great projects underway), the city also has the Mirage’s pending name change to Hard Rock. This will likely involve the demolition of the famous Mirage Volcano (despite efforts to derail this project).

That’s a jaw-dropping amount of construction, even for a city as dynamic and ever-changing as Las Vegas. Now a new project has emerged that may not be quite as flashy, but may in fact be more important to all casino operators on the Strip including Caesars, MGM Resorts International (MGM) – Get the MGM Resorts International ReportWynn Resorts and the Other Big Players.

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