Even a AAA Five Diamond resort needs a makeover once in a while. The Bellagio unveiled a fresh, elegant collection of newly redesigned rooms this week. Each of the three distinct color palettes was carefully created to further enhance the guest experience at one of the world’s most iconic resorts.
The rooms, created by the team at MGM Resorts International Design Group, have an updated, elegant feeling that pairs modern conveniences with the warmth of home. Three designs create a distinct sensibility based on the colors and patterns used throughout each concept. The Resort King Rooms feature either an indigo and silver combination or a green tea and plum palette while the Resort Queen Rooms welcome guests with an amber and butterscotch motif. All three designs also are offered with the popular Lakeview option overlooking the Fountains of Bellagio.
The three color schemes incorporate the essence of Bellagio through botanical macro-photographic images displayed in the rooms and guest hallways, many of which were created exclusively for the hotel.
Providing a streamlined and contemporary focal point within each room, the dresser and connecting mirrored wardrobe are made of a deep, rich eucalyptus wood topped with a marshmallow smoke stone. Within this centerpiece, guests will find eight spacious drawers, a fully stocked mini-bar, a tray of snacks and novelties and a media connectivity hub.
The new rooms are more functional as well with benches at the end of each bed, brighter lighting in the bedroom and bathroom and a full-length mirror in the foyer. An ergonomically designed desk space and chair as well as two plush armchairs offer moments of relaxation.
Wach of the redesigned rooms features the luxurious new Bellagio at Home mattress, developed by Serta. The cashmere-covered mattress provides continuous support and temperature adjustment throughout the sleep cycle, making guests feel as comfortable at Bellagio as they would in their own home.
The rooms also offer a 40-inch mounted flat-screen television, a bedside iHome docking station, a centralized media hub designed to accommodate a variety of digital devices, electrical connections on the bedside lamps and a laptop safe in one of the nightstands.
Most importantly, the newly remodeled rooms incorporate environmentally responsible elements including: LED lighting in corridors and guest rooms providing 60 percent greater energy efficiency, organic carpeting primarily made from wool and furniture made from eucalyptus, a new double towel bar in the bathroom for increased ability to dry and reuse towels and a 180 percent improvement in air circulation from the previous room.
Bellagio began the $70 million remodel in June and anticipates all 2,568 resort rooms in the main tower will be complete by mid-December.