Mandalay Bay Las Vegas unveils final phase of its $100 million redesign

The Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas has completed the final phase of its $100 million redesign, which updated more than 3,000 guestrooms and suites.

The MGM Resorts International Design Group crafted three distinct room collections marked by different color palettes and modern designs. The Resort collection offers guestrooms in cobalt and white, ruby and latte, and lavender and mocha color palettes.

All rooms are detailed with an onyx-inspired mural framing the beds. Modern seating, task lighting, and a glass desk are also fixtures. Jewel tone fabrics and natural wood and stone grace the resort’s Suite collection.

The the one- and two-bedroom suites also offer abundant seating and a large table. The Luxury collection includes lavish one- to four-bedroom suites with floor-to-ceiling windows, new décor, and stylish dining and bar areas.