NATIONAL REPORT—Hotels around the country are upgrading their offerings, including a $40,000-a-night suite in Las Vegas.
Palms Casino Debuts Sky Villas
As part of the current $620-million renovation of Palms Casino Resort—the largest in Las Vegas history—the hotel recently debuted its completely remodeled Sky Villas, Sin City’s most expensive stays at $20,000-$40,000 a night.
The one and two-story Sky Villas all have cantilever pools, which jut out over the facade of the hotel and offer unrivaled views of the Las Vegas strip.
The six Sky Villas have been completely redesigned by Bentel & Bentel Architects to offer some of the most luxurious (and expensive) hotel accommodations in the world, according to the hotel.
The villas join other recently renovated venues within the hotel including APEX Social Club, Camden Cocktail Lounge, Scotch 80 & Unknown Bar in addition to a collection of artwork including pieces from Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, KAWS, Damien Hirst, Revok, Takashi Murakami.
Palace Station Completes Two-Year Modernization
Las Vegas’ Palace Station has debuted its $192 million-dollar modernization.
The two-year revamp included a renovation of its entire casino floor as well as its hotel guestrooms and suites, and the addition of a new resort-style pool area, a nine-screen movieplex and new restaurants such as Boathouse Asian Eatery, bBd’s (Beers Burgers Desserts)and the re-conceptualized Feast Buffet, and more.
The 21-story hotel tower has 575 newly renovated hotel guestrooms and suites influenced by a modern style with a color palette infused with natural earth tones. Amenities within each guest room include a mounted 55-inch flat screen TV, headboard reading lights and bathrooms with quartz countertops and walk-in stone showers.
Milwaukee Fairfield Inn & Suites Transformed
Milwaukee Fairfield Inn & Suites was recently completed a $1.5 million renovation.
Led by Chicago-based design and architecture firm Zimmerman Weintraub Associates (ZWA), the project included the complete transformation of the 103 guestrooms, each of the public spaces, as well as all hotel corridors with new furniture, flooring, lighting and new artwork installations.
The hotel in the heart of Downtown Milwaukee is situated in the historic 1924 Straus Building. The redesigned space offers guests and travelers alike a new downtown industrial-chic gathering space steps from the bustling restaurant, theater and art scenes,” according to ZWA. Adorned with contemporary accommodations and elements, firm’s design creates a contemporary narrative with a stylish urban warehouse lobby reminiscent of Milwaukee’s rich past. After experiencing the energy of Milwaukee’s burgeoning downtown scene, guests can relax in chic accommodations and comfortable guestrooms.