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Las Vegas South Point Hotel and Casino will go through a renewal phase.

US.- South Point Hotel Casino and Spa has unveiled a US$40 million remodelling plan for its Las Vegas property throughout the company’s three towers. This includes 2,049 rooms and 84 suites featuring new furniture, luxury flooring, crown molding, mini refrigerator and bathroom upgrades. The first phase of the redesign, which will begin in April 2018, will be completed by September 2018.

The three-year project will refurbish one hotel tower each year and is scheduled to be completed by September 2020. By the end of 2018, more than 630 newly-designed rooms will be available for guests at a US$10 upgraded room fee. The guest rooms offer a refreshed look, with new Bernhardt furniture such as beds, dressers, night stands, chairs, sitting tables, and lounge chairs with an ottoman. In addition, the guest rooms will offer lamps with power and USB ports, functional desks for business executives and a new colour palette.

“We live in a city that is continuously evolving, and we are always looking for opportunities to improve our guests’ experiences to set us apart from other properties,” said Ryan Growney, General Manager of South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa. “The last five years have consisted of a lot of exciting development projects that we strongly believe create a unique experience that only we can offer, and we are excited to unveil our new room upgrades, which we believe our guests will really enjoy.”