Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino has announced the final phase of its resort-wide transformation with the upcoming redesign of guestrooms and suites.
Created by the MGM Resorts International Design Group, each of the designs for the new rooms and suites will feature vibrant colors and bold statement pieces.
“Mandalay Bay has undergone a remarkable evolution over the last few years,” said Chuck Bowling, president and chief operating officer of Mandalay Bay. “These new rooms and suites will round out a dynamic resort experience complete with world-class dining, high-energy entertainment and nightlife, and premier meeting and convention space.”
Featuring bright, natural designs and color palettes with modern furnishings, the new rooms will offer comfortable spaces ideal for guests in search of a retreat during their stay. Splashes of texture and color have been integrated into lush fabrics and warm curtain patterns to create a bright and airy atmosphere.
The Resort King will feature a cobalt and white color scheme where the softness of the curtains will accentuate the curves of the carpet. The Resort Queen rooms will have either a ruby and latte combination or lavender and mocha. Creating a bold centerpiece for the room, each bed is framed by a mural onyx-inspired wall. All rooms will feature a fully stocked minibar, Keurig coffee machine, and a flat-screen HD TV, openly displayed and visible throughout the room.
The new Resort Collection rooms will feature a work area with a spacious glass desk, modern seating, and task lighting. Functional details include an electrical outlet on each lamp for easy bedside and tableside recharging. The experience is highlighted by views of the mountains, the city skyline, or Mandalay Bay’s famed 11-acre pool and beach oasis.
The Suite Collection offers one- and two-bedroom suites. Featuring jewel tone fabrics accented by natural wood and stone, each suite will feature multiple seating and dining areas. The media and living area will include a large table for guests to gather and socialize, whether for business or pleasure.
Guests seeking the ultimate indulgence can select from the many one- to four-bedroom suites in the Luxury Collection. Featuring newly designed décor complemented by amenities such as floor-to-ceiling windows and dining and bar areas, these suites will ensure that each guests’ stay feels like a well-deserved escape.
The approximately $100 million remodel includes more than 3,000 guestrooms and suites. The project is expected to be completed by spring 2016.