Flamingo Las Vegas debuted 14 new Bunk Bed Rooms, along with one of the largest dedicated Bunk Bed Suites in the U.S., as part of the second phase of the resort's room renovation, totaling a $156 million investment to date. The Bunk Bed Rooms are expected to welcome their first guests on Feb. 1, 2019.
The current phase of the 976-room renovation follows the recent completion of the resort's first 1,270 rooms and suites in April with an initial $90 million investment. Once the second phase is complete by the end of December, two-thirds of the room product at Flamingo Las Vegas will be new or will have been remodeled in the past two years.
"Conveniently located at the center of the Strip, Flamingo Las Vegas has transformed group travel by offering spacious and upscale bunk bed rooms and suites," said Eileen Moore, regional president of Flamingo Las Vegas. "These new accommodations allow guests to socialize together for the entire duration of their stay in a dynamic yet comfortable lodging environment."
The property boasts a 73,000-square-foot Corporate Conference Center and Executive Conference Center. The space includes a 20,882-square-foot Sunset Ballroom with 22-foot-high ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows, a smaller ballroom and the Red Rock Meeting Rooms feature configurable air walls that can create spaces for groups up to 1,200.
The upscale Bunk Bed Suite offers 1,000 square feet of space and consists of a 430-square-foot bedroom with two queen beds, each equipped with its own overhead full-size bunk, connected to a 550-square-foot parlor that includes a living area with oversized lounge furniture and a full kitchenette with a refrigerator.
The new 515-square-foot Bunk Bed Room features two queen beds, each equipped with its own overhead full-size bunk. The upgraded room also features modern decor paired with sleek furnishings in a spacious living area, 55-inch HDTV, a separate wet vanity area, bedside USB ports and a rain shower in a stylish bathroom. In addition to the generous sleeping space, the hotel's center-Strip location and classic Vegas feel brings more allure to this room.
Designed by Forrest Perkins, the Flamingo Las Vegas rooms feature contemporary, retro-chic designs that celebrate the resort's rich history, with vibrant hues of gold and bright pops of flamingo pink, keeping true to the resort's character and charisma.
In 2018, Caesars Entertainment has renovated approximately 3,735 rooms in Las Vegas as part of its strategic destination-wide room renovation plan, resulting in more than 15,500 renovated rooms since 2014. The company's total Las Vegas room inventory is approximately 23,150.
Information based off a news release from Caesars Entertainment.