To be completed by Dec. 2022

Las Vegas' MGM Grand to remodel 700 rooms of its Studio hotel tower

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MGM Grand announced the remodeling of 700 rooms of Studio Tower (formerly known as the West Wing), one of its hotel towers. In the announcement, gaming and hospitality giant MGM Resorts International said that "the rooms will reflect a retro desert feel with mid-century modern design and décor aesthetic." The rooms are expected to be available later this year.

MGM Resorts Design Group partnered with Los Angeles-based Avenue Interior Design for the remodeling. The company said they "drew inspiration from the mid-century design style of Palm Springs, incorporating a desert palette of fresh pinks and chartreuse greens with clean lines and soft shapes."

The rooms will feature rounded window seats, enlarged headboards, and curated artwork. The bathrooms will have space-saving barn doors, an illuminated vanity, marble shower floors, and new chrome fixtures. Completion of all rooms is scheduled for December 2022, with the first collection of rooms available for guest stays in late October 2022. 

Rendering of a  remodeled hotel room at the MGM Grand

Michael Neubecker, president and chief operating officer of the MGM Grand, said in a statement: "We wanted to make a fresh statement with our new Studio Tower rooms by creating a relaxing atmosphere that appeals to not only leisure travelers here on vacation, but also our business travelers looking for a refreshing reprieve after a long day of meetings."

"With this remodel, we found innovative ways to enlarge spaces and upgrade amenities while adding modern conveniences so our guests can truly enjoy a comfortable sanctuary during their stay," he added.

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