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After nearly two decades in development and under construction, the Fontainebleau brand will finally arrive on the Las Vegas Strip on Wednesday, December 13th (pending regulatory approvals).
The 67-story Fontainebleau Las Vegas, which is the tallest occupiable building in Nevada, will feature 3,644 rooms and suites, 36 first-to-market restaurant concepts, a 14,000-square-foot fitness center, and a 55,000-square-foot Lapis Spa. Additional amenities will include a 96,500-square-foot luxury boutique retail district, a six-acre pool district, 550,000-square-feet of customizable, indoor-outdoor meeting space, 150,000 square-feet of gaming space, and a nightclub called LIV that includes LIV Beach experiences (these are named after the sister property in Miami Beach).
The rooms and suites will feature a color palette of blue and silver water tones with dashes of coral-pink, accented by mercury-glass mirrors and brass details. They will also feature floor-to-ceiling windows with stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Fontainebleau Development Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Jeffrey Soffer, said:
For almost 70 years, the Fontainebleau brand has challenged boundaries and expectations. With Fontainebleau Las Vegas, we have transcended aspiration and set the stage for a new era of luxury hospitality defined by innovation, sophistication, and opulence, with an inextricable link to our roots at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. This building represents a remarkable new chapter in our storied legacy and will be a beacon for those seeking to indulge in the unforgettable.”
Anthony’s Take: I have long looked at this building being constructed and sitting vacant. I’m glad to see that the recent fire didn’t cause more damage and can’t wait to check it out. The Miami Beach location is iconic and this new addition will certainly be welcome in Las Vegas.
(Image Credits: Fontainebleau.)
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