29 OCTOBER 2018
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A major redesign of rooms and public spaces is being planned at the former Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Las Vegas following its rebranding as a member of Hilton’s iconic luxury Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts division.
Known as the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas Hotel & Residences, the property is now operated by Hilton Management Services with the 18-month refurbishment scheduled to begin early next year.
Hilton Luxury & Lifestyle Group chief Martin Rinck said: “Las Vegas continues to be one of the world’s most celebrated and exciting cities and the new hotel, featuring our trademark commitment to ‘True Waldorf Service’ will be the perfect environment.”
With 389 guestrooms, including 58 suites, and 225 residences, the non-gambling and non-smoking property is in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, steps from world-class shopping and entertainment and next to the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena.
For meetings and events, the hotel offers 12,000sq ft of function space with natural lighting within each meeting room, with the Waldorf Ballroom three floors above Las Vegas Blvd featuring a walk-out balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows featuring views of the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding desert landscape.
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