The Las Vegas Marriott has completed a $4.3 million renovation with the millennial consumer in mind.
“Our company has a focus on the millennial consumer—the person seeking spaces as expansive as their imagination, who can mix work and personal time seamlessly, and who seeks a property that meets personalized experiential needs, whether it be the latest technologies, an ambiance of serenity, or a location in the center of it all,” says Keith Gamberg, general manager of the hotel. “As a result, our redesign appeals to these guests who gravitate toward substance and style plus a boutique-like feel, and calm ambiance that is just off the craziness of the Strip.”
The 278-suite hotel’s renovation includes French doors separating the bedroom from the living room in 200 of the suites; new bathroom lighting; amenities from the luxury Asian spa brand THANN; a richer color palette with tones of gold, brown, and red; new headboards with a snakeskin-like padding; outlets in lamps and nightstands; brown leather ottomans replacing coffee tables; in-room safes; and upgraded WiFi.
The renovation follows the refurbishment of the restaurant and lobby, which took place a little over a year ago, and will continue with a renovation of the ballroom this year.
Rates start at $179 per night for a king room. For more information, visit marriott.com/hotels/travel/lasst-las-vegas-marriott. For more on Las Vegas, see What’s New in Las Vegas from the January 2014 issue.