23 years in the making, Fontainebleau Las Vegas will feature 3,644 rooms, 36 restaurants, and 150,000 square feet of gaming space.
Miami Nights is officially taking up a permanent residency on the Las Vegas strip.
In an announcement made earlier this week, Fontainebleau Las Vegas said they will officially opens their doors to the public on December 13 (regulatory permits permitting) marking the end of a nearly 23-year long battle to get the Miami, Florida inspired mega resort up and running.
“This building represents a remarkable new chapter in our storied legacy and will be a beacon for those seeking to indulge in the unforgettable,” Fontainebleau Development Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Soffer said in a statement Monday. “With Fontainebleau Las Vegas, we have transcended aspiration and set the stage for a new era of luxury hospitality defined by innovation, sophistication, and opulence, with an inextricable link to our roots at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.”
Now in the final stages of construction, Fontainebleau is the second newly built hotel to open in Las Vegas in the last decade and set across 25 acres, the behemoth resort will clock in at 67 stories tall and offer 3,644 guest rooms and suites when all’s said and done.
In addition to it’s imposing stature over the Vegas skyline, the resort will feature more than 150,000 square feet of gaming space, 36 restaurants and bars, a 96,500-square-foot luxury boutique retail district, 550,000 square feet of meeting and convention space.
Additional amenities will include a 96,500-square-foot luxury boutique retail district located on the first two levels of the resort as well as a six-acre pool district, and the forthcoming LIV and LIV Beach experiences.
A 14,000-square-foot fitness center and 55,000-square-foot Lapis Spa offering 44 treatment rooms as well as a purifying salt cave, healing infrared sauna and invigorating event sauna will also be a part of the on-site wellness amenities.
Men’s and women’s hydrotherapy lounges as well as a co-ed sensory room with communal healing water and 11 luxurious suites offering exclusive spa experiences are also in the works, according to the statement.
Among the 36 restaurant concepts slated to open in December include award-winning chefs and restaurateurs from Chef Gabriela Cámara of Contramar to Michelin-starred chefs Masa Ito and Kevin Kim behind New York City’s sushi counter Ito. Alan Yau, Evan Funke and David Grutman are just a few more of the names on the star studded celebrity-chef lineup.
“We are thrilled to introduce many of the world-class amenities we are recognized for in Miami alongside our new-to-market offerings at Fontainebleau Las Vegas,” Mr. Soffer. “All of these concepts,
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Traveler satisfaction with North American airports climbed this year despite numerous challenges from an ongoing pilot shortage to record passenger volumes.According to the J.D. Power 2023 North America Airport Satisfaction Study released Wednesday, overall satisfaction improved by 3 points to 780 on a 1,000-point scale. The rise was propelled by improvements in three key areas, including terminal facilities, food and beverage and retail service and baggage claim.The study, currently in its 18th year, examines overall traveler satisfaction with mega (33 million or more passengers a year), large (10 to 32.9 million passengers a year) and medium (4.5 to 9.9 million passengers a year) North American airports across six factors, including terminal facilities; airport arrival/departure; baggage claim; security check; check-in/baggage check; and food, beverage and retail.The big winners among North American airports were Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (800) Tampa International Airport (832) and Indianapolis International Airport (843), which ranked highest among mega, large and medium airports, respectively. 2023 marks the second straight year that Tampa and Indy have won their respective categories.
When the wooden gunboat Spitfire sailed into battle as part of a flotilla engaging British naval forces on Lake Champlain in 1776, she carried an unlikely crew: ragtag American soldiers with little naval experience, under the command of a swashbuckling patriot and hero, Brigadier General Benedict Arnold. Arnold, still years away from becoming the nation’s most infamous traitor, sacrificed several vessels in what would be called the Battle of Valcour Island, after one of the islands dotting the narrow, deep lake that stretches from Québec south along the New York-Vermont border. The clash ended in defeat for Arnold, but bought valuable time for the Continental Army.
Las Vegas is gearing up for its first-ever Formula One race on November 18 by building a temporary street track. In the lead-up months, as popular attractions are blocked by construction and scaffolding, some tourists regret the timing of their visits to the city.
Size matters in Dubai, home to the world’s tallest building, the largest water park, and just because it can, the world’s largest “frame.” Already chief among the other six emirates in hotel development, Dubai is charging ahead with yet more rooms.
When Fontainebleau Las Vegas makes its long-awaited debut Dec. 13, it will unveil Lapis Spa, a 55,000-square-foot refuge with unique amenities like a spa-within-a-spa, a European event sauna, a foot spa, décor that changes with the body’s circadian rhythms and one of the largest hotel gyms on the Strip.
When people talk about financial safety in Vegas, they’re usually talking about knowing when to walk away from the blackjack table. Recently, however, protecting your finances in Sin City has taken on a whole new (and even more serious) meaning. Over the past few weeks, some of Vegas’s biggest hotels and casinos were hit by a group of hackers who brought down gaming machines, disrupted websites, and stole a variety of personal guest and employee data at both MGM and Caesars, according to TechCrunch. The breach affected properties not only in Vegas, but the companies’ holdings around the world.
As the temperatures dip in the transition to fall from summer, airfare prices are also cooling down with deals available within the United States and around the world. Travel booking site Hopper recently shared its “Fall Shoulder Season Report,” providing insight into discounts as we head into fall. Domestic flights to New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Orlando all average under $200. Each city is seeing prices at least 24 percent lower than the same ticket over the summer.
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