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Virgin Hotels Las Vegas to unveil new chamber and suite designs

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Posted at 2:25 PM, Sep 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-09-16 20:31:20-04

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas has unveiled plans for the property’s more than 1,500 chambers and suites.

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas and JC Hospitality LLC have recruited Studio Collective, an award-winning and highly sought-after design firm based in Los Angeles to collaborate on the design for the property’s chambers and suites.

An opening date for the revitalized property will be announced later this month.

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The chamber designs will celebrate the property’s modern desert ambiance, pairing a playful feel with the luxury and comfort that has made Las Vegas a tourist mecca. Chambers will be bright, featuring a neutral color palate with pops of whimsical touches, as well as warm and modern finishes. Perfect for work and play, chambers will be as functional as they are timeless.

They will feature over 1,500 chambers in three distinctive towers, Opal, Canyon and the all-suite Ruby Tower, offering a variety of guest experiences. The Opal Tower is conveniently located near the meeting and convention spaces. The Canyon Tower offers sweeping views of the Las Vegas cityscape as well as the property’s pool paradise and is located off the casino floor.

Guests in the Ruby Tower will enjoy a dedicated valet and exclusive check-in area before heading to their suite.

Each chamber will offer distinctive touches, exclusive to Virgin Hotels. Chambers (rooms) are designed to consist of two exceptional spaces separated by a privacy door, ideal for working, recharging, wellness and an overall better contactless experience.

The first space, “The Dressing Room,” includes a full vanity, makeup desk with well-lit mirror, an extra-large shower, complete with Red Flower toiletries, and a closet for two. Open the privacy door and guests will enter “The Lounge” with the brand’s patented ergonomically designed lounge bed, high definition TV, pedestal table and a cozy seating nook.

All chambers feature custom lighting on sensors that automatically illuminate when guests move. Select chambers will be dog-friendly, offering special amenities.

With the opening of the hotel, the brand is ushering in a new standard of hospitality with the upgraded mobile app Lucy that allows guests to have a truly “touch free” experience via mobile keys, controlling lighting, thermostats and TVs, ordering room service and the ability to check out, all from their own mobile device.

For future developments please visit their website.