The Flamingo Las Vegas has announced plans to remodel over 2,000 of its hotel rooms, which will give the resort a more modern, stylish feel. This project is part of an overall renovation and rebranding of the property.
“Flamingo has established itself as a one of the Strip’s original resorts with a classic nostalgia reminiscent of vintage Las Vegas casinos,” said president of Flamingo Las Vegas Rick Mazer. “The upgraded rooms will build upon the elements that Flamingo is most known for while bringing a completely new energy to the property for an unforgettable Vegas experience.”
About 500 of the updated rooms are expected to be available for guest check-in at the Flamingo on January 2. The first 100 rooms with the renovated design, which includes hardwood floors and wood furnishings, were completed last Friday.
“We had a lot of good feedback from guests,” said Karie Hall, the Flamingo’s vice president of hotel operations, of the rooms designed by Westar Architects of Las Vegas. “The rooms are actually very masculine in nature. The rooms have more of a residential feel.”
The renovation of all 2,307 rooms will cost $10 million and is expected to be completed by May of next year.