The Silverton Casino Hotel in Las Vegas is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a $45 million renovation, as announced Tuesday.
Silverton officials stated that, as part of the "reimagining," the property will feature 300 “rustic-luxe” guest rooms and suites with three distinct “design stories," each with its own “curated style, decor and spirit”. The themes include:
Cowboy Kitsch Collection: rooms featuring "a quirky blend of rustic chic with tasteful modern accents."
Rustic Modern Collection: rooms featuring natural, aged and weathered furnishings, "with the sense of natural warmth of the outdoors."
Livin’ Lodge Collection: rooms inspired by "the elegant Rockies glam design and the legendary cattle baron homes found in the West."
According to the casino owners, the design was inspired by its sister property Hotel Drover, a Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel, which opened in 2021 in the Fort Worth Stockyards, Texas. "Just like Hotel Drover, the Silverton designs include rich details with intentional and eye-catching touchpoints," the company says.
“This was an opportunity to creatively reinvent our entire hotel operation in Las Vegas. While we are keeping aspects of our lodge theme that our guests have enjoyed over the years, our new rooms and suites will envelop our guests in a new spirit of rustic elegance, providing a unique Las Vegas hotel experience," said Silverton CEO Craig Cavileer.
In preparation for the renovation, Silverton stated in a press release that the hotel and adjacent Sway pool deck will be out of service beginning in early August and scheduled to reopen in early 2023. However, the entire resort - including the casino, restaurants, aquarium, Veil Pavilion, Johnny Rockets, Starbucks and Bass Pro Shops - will remain open during the construction.
In addition to the Las Vegas renovation, Silverton is expanding its brand to Pahrump Nv., where it is set to build the new Silverton Ranch Casino, anchored by Marriott Springhill Suites. The project is expected to break ground later this year.
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