Caesars Launches $90M Makeover at Flamingo Las Vegas

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By the end of 2017, more than half of the company’s guestrooms in Las Vegas will have been upgraded. The renovation is expected to be complete during the second quarter of 2018.

By IvyLee Rosario

Flamingo Las Vegas
Flamingo Las Vegas

Caesars Entertainment Corp. is launching a $90 million revamp of 1,270 guestrooms at Flamingo Las Vegas. The makeover is expected to be complete during the second quarter of 2018. 

Beginning in August 2017, the guestrooms will be upgraded to feature contemporary and retro-chic designs with accents that touch upon the history of Flamingo as the centerpiece of the Las Vegas Strip. Designed by Forrest Perkins, the guestrooms will utilize gold and flamingo pink to emphasize the hotel’s character. 

The 3,500-key Flamingo Las Vegas celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2016. The resort features a 15-acre pool; wildlife habitat that includes waterfalls, island vegetation, tropical wildlife, three pools and outdoor gardens; shopping; a spa; golf; a fitness center; a business center; more than 1 million square feet of meeting space; and dining options such as Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Center Cut Steakhouse, Paradise Garden Las Vegas Buffet and Carlos’ n Charlie’s.

Caesars Entertainment upgraded more than 4,800 guestrooms at four of its resorts in 2016: Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Paris Las Vegas and Harrah’s Las Vegas. By the end of 2017, more than half of the company’s Las Vegas guestrooms will have been ungraded. The renovation project began in 2014. 

“Flamingo Las Vegas is an iconic resort filled with 70 years of rich history and unforgettable experiences,” said Bob Morse, president of Hospitality for Caesars Entertainment, in prepared remarks. “The renovated rooms pay homage to the property’s past, while also giving it a fresh and modern new look.”

Image courtesy of Caesars Entertainment Corp.

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