From new names to new shows and restaurants, Las Vegas hotels will use the appeal of freshness to draw in visitors this year.
Las Vegas, Nevada (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
Many people use the New Year as motivation to improve themselves. Likewise, many Las Vegas hotels are looking forward in 2013 and making renovations or attraction changes that will improve how guests stay this year. From new names to new shows and restaurants, Las Vegas hotels will use the appeal of freshness to draw in visitors this year.
These 7 Las Vegas hotels are clearly on the rise and set to have a good year in 2013:
1. The Quad: Formerly the Imperial Palace, The Quad is undergoing a renovation of its public areas that will include an expansion of the hotels casino among other improvements. One of the cheapest Las Vegas hotels on the Strip, The Quad will continue to be a popular destination for thrifty travelers to Las Vegas in 2013 and may even be able to draw in a new crowd of curious clients. The Quad will benefit greatly when the much-anticipated Linq project opens next door at the end of the year. Unfortunately, The Quad will not be renovating the hotel rooms, so guests can expect Imperial-identical accommodations.
2. Caesars Palace: Fresh off a solid 2012 with a highly-reviewed buffet and a new Gordon Ramsay restaurant, Caesars Palace is already on the upswing at the start of 2013. The next move of the iconic Las Vegas themed-hotel is the opening of the Nobu Hotel in February. With design by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, the Nobu Hotel will be a unique Vegas offering that will draw in a steady crowd in 2013. Featured upgrades of the 181-room Nobu Hotel include a special minibar with Japanese beer, chocolate-dipped Pocky pretzels and more. Guests of the Nobu Hotel will also be able to order room service directly from the popular Nobu Restaurant!
3. Mandalay Bay: Cirque du Soleil will have a lot to do with the success of the Mandalay Bay Las Vegas in 2013. Before June rolls around, this Las Vegas Strip hotel will have a brand new Cirque production and a Cirque-inspired nightclub. The new show will be a Michael Jackson inspired production, similar but not identical to the internationally popular Michael Jackson Immortal. Showgoers will be able to continue the Cirque theme going at LIGHT nightclub, a joint effort of Cirque du Soleil and Vegas nightlife titan, Light Group. The Cirque nightclub and Michael Jackson show will be among the most unique Cirque Las Vegas offerings when they open in March and May, respectively, and will be a popular way to spend an evening in Las Vegas in 2013.
4. Downtown Grand: The Lady Luck Hotel has been doing nothing but occupying space since it closed in 2006. Renovations of the space have led to The Downtown Grand, which will open sometime in Spring 2013. This new downtown Las Vegas hotel will be fitted with new rooms, casino space, a pool, restaurants and more. As the downtown Las Vegas area continues to grow and gain popularity, new hotels like The Downtown Grand will experience the best parts of the regions recent rejuvenation.
5. Flamingo: No, the Flamingo is not renovating its hotel rooms, adding square footage to the casino or billing an internationally-renowned production that will kick off success at the start of 2013. The historic Bugsy Siegel Las Vegas hotel will have to wait until the end of the year for a bump when The Linq finally opens next door. The Flamingo's affordable room rates and prime location to one of Vegas' future hotspots will help the hotel have a successful year. But maybe not to its fullest potential until 2014...
6. MGM Grand: The MGM Grand Las Vegas is finishing up their Grand Renovation project as 2013 begins. Besides the gradual renovations of rooms and public areas, the MGM Grand is about to have a seriously grand nightlife experience in Hakkasan. The 5-story combination nightclub and restaurant will be a promising destination for the thirsty, hungry and ready to party. Hakkasan at MGM Grand Las Vegas is set to open in April 2013 and will set up a strong summer season for the iconic Las Vegas hotel.
7. Palms: Along with a shiny new website, the Palms Resort and Casino Las Vegas is currently in the process of completely remodeling guest rooms, the pool, casino and more. The biggest improvements at the Palms will be to the Las Vegas hotels sportsbook which is scheduled to open just in time for the Kentucky Derby in May. The Palms already boasts some of the most unique suites in Las Vegas (basketball, anyone?) and the improvements to the hotel sportsbook will draw in plenty of new and curious traffic this summer for major events like the 2013 NBA Finals.
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