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  • MGM Grand Unveils New Guest Room and Suite Designs

    Daniel Fountain
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    Recognized worldwide as the ultimate Las Vegas entertainment destination, MGM Grand MGM Grand has revealed designs for its new rooms and suites.

    Now underway, the $160 million remodel includes all 3,570 guest rooms and 642 suites in the hotel’s main tower and is expected to conclude by September 2012. The initial set of redesigned rooms will be complete by the end of November 2011.Grand Guest Rooms
    Featuring warm, yet vibrant designs and colour palettes with contemporary furnishings, the new room and suite designs create comfortable and functional spaces within a sophisticated setting.

    Created by the talented team at MGM Resorts International Design, the remodelled Grand King and Grand Queen guest rooms showcase a stylish combination of interior finishes and accents, creating a modern sensibility with an inviting ambiance.

    Warm earth tones throughout each room set the stage for a relaxing environment, with splashes of vibrant colours carefully integrated into plush fabrics, striking artwork and playful carpet patterns. The Grand King rooms feature a tangerine and bronze palette while the Grand Queen rooms incorporate fuchsia, platinum and charcoal to create an inspired colour expression.

    Floor-to-ceiling headboard walls, accented by patterned fabric blocks above each bed, are flanked by mirrors on both sides, creating a dramatic visual as soon as guests enter the room.

    Providing a streamlined focal point within each room, the dresser features spacious storage as well as a fully stocked mini-bar and media connectivity hub. Located above this centrepiece is a flat-screen HD television, openly displayed and visible throughout the room.

    For guests who come to play but also need to work, the new rooms feature a spacious desk with ergonomic seating and task lighting. For those moments of relaxation, either two plush armchairs or a sofa will be placed adjacent to the window, to welcome in natural light by day and view the bright city lights by night.

    New energy-efficient lighting and lamps will be carefully positioned throughout creating a residential feel with convenient, functional details including an electrical outlet at each base for easy bedside and tableside recharging.

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    Daniel Fountain / 10.12.2011

    Editor, Hotel Designs

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