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Mandalay Bay renovates its 3,000 hotel rooms and suites

Mandalay Bay is in the midst of a $100-million remodel that renovates all 3,000 rooms and suites at the 16-year-old resort.

MGM Resorts International Design Group revamped each of the rooms with sassy new colors and statement pieces. Look for modern furniture, new fabrics and curtain patterns for an airy feel.

The Resort King brings cobalts and whites with the curves in the carpeting mimicking the curtains. A Resort Queen room comes in either ruby and latte or lavender and mocha, with each bed surrounded by a mural onyx-inspired wall. These rooms now come equipped with a minibar, Keurig coffee machine and a flat-screen HD TV, as well as a glass desk and electrical outlets on each lamp. Guests can choose rooms with views of the mountains, the Strip or Mandalay Bay’s 11-acre pool and beach.

The Suite Collection offers one- and two-bedroom suites in jewel tone fabrics and natural wood and stone accents. Suites include dining areas, a large table and a number of places to sit.

The Luxury Collection brings one- to four-bedroom suites with floor-to-ceiling windows and dining and bar areas.

The remodel should be complete by spring 2016, but renovated rooms are already available for booking.

Rooms start at $76 a night.

Reservations: Mandalay Bay, (877) 632-7000


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