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With over 2,500 guestrooms in the main tower already refreshed, Las Vegas’ fountain-famous Bellagio is turning its focus to the 819 guestrooms and 104 suites that make up its luxurious Spa Tower, which will receive a top-to-bottom reno to the tune of $100 million. Work will continue through October, but a group of rooms will be ready to welcome your clients by early July. The Bellagio Tower will also receive a deep facelift of its 400 suites, slated to be completed by 2024.

“Bellagio’s commitment to delivering unparalleled accommodations, experiences and guest service for our discerning guests from around the world is the hallmark of our brand promise,” said Ann Hoff, president & COO of Bellagio, in a press statement. “The Spa Tower’s beautiful and luxurious new suites and guest rooms will reinforce our position as one of the hospitality industry’s premier destinations.”

An Insider’s Look at Bellagio’s New Digs

The new Bellagio Spa Tower suites will be everything your Las Vegas-loving clients have come to expect from this Five Diamond resort. The design takes its cue—as does the resort itself—from the natural palette of Northern Italy (think garnet, indigo, azure and a pale rose beige, among others), imbuing the custom furniture, curved sofas and tufted headboard.  The deluxe bathrooms will offer guests every amenity against a backdrop of white marble and motion sensor lights. It’s the soft, luxurious landing any client seeks after a day immersed in the City of Entertainment.

The Spa Tower’s redesign will touch all suite types, including the 850-sq.-ft. Salon Suites; 1,000-sq.-ft. Bellagio Suites; the 1,500-sq.-ft. Penthouses; the 1,500-sq.-ft. two-bedroom Bellagio Suites; and the 2,500-sq.-ft. Executive Hospitality Suites that come with their own billiard lounges and theater living areas.

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