MGM details $80 million rebranding of The Hotel to Delano Las Vegas

MGM Resorts International released details Wednesday about the $80 million transformation of the The Hotel into the Delano Las Vegas, which includes remodeling all aspects of the 1,100-room nongaming hotel into a boutique-style luxury property.

The transformation began this month and the renovations are scheduled to be completed by September. The change is a collaboration between MGM Resorts and the Morgans Hotel Group, which owns the Delano brand.

Changes include new designs and furnishings to the property’s guest rooms and suites, including redesigned hallways and corridors.

The property’s public spaces the property’s restaurants will also be changed to include a new lobby area, 3940 Coffee + Tea, which is a new 24-hour coffee bar; and a new restaurant concept on the lobby level. The hotel’s bar and lounge area will also be remodeled under a new name, Franklin, and will feature nightly entertainment.

The current Mix on the property’s 64th floor, will be renamed Rivea and serve French and Italian cuisine from chef Alain Ducasse.

Contact reporter Howard Stutz at hstutz@reviewjournal.com or 702-477-3871. Follow @howardstutz on Twitter.


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