Resorts World Las Vegas has revealed a first look at the 3,500-room resort’s luxury accommodations with design plans for its Hilton and Conrad guestrooms. In February, Resorts World Las Vegas and Hilton announced a deal integrating three Hilton brands: Hilton Hotels & Resorts, LXR Hotels & Resorts, and Conrad Hotels & Resorts. The $4.3-billion resort will be operated by Resorts World Las Vegas.
The Conrad guestrooms were designed by West Hollywood-based KNA Design. Each one of the 550-square-foot rooms creates a connection between contemporary appeal, luxe amenities, and curated art. The rooms carry a bright color scheme with bold textures and a mixture of metal and organic contrasting elements. The theme of fluidity is carried throughout the guestrooms with wave-patterned carpeting and drapery. An expansive wood wall in the entry foyer provides a wardrobe and private bar accented with gold geometric details.
Wilson Associates designed the Hilton Las Vegas guestrooms (shown). From a primary color palette of deep blue, gold, and neutral cream tones, to rich textiles dotted with geometric, free-flowing patterns and statement artwork, the Hilton deluxe collection exudes a residential feel.
Rendering: Courtesy of Resorts World Las Vegas