Mirage Room Redesign

Media Contact: Rebecca Ingram Frisch
MGM MIRAGE Public Relations
(702) 650-7531



Dramatic New Room Décor to Blend Stylish Luxury with Contemporary Comforts

LAS VEGAS – After a multi-year transformation that added notable restaurants, exciting nightlife and The Beatles™ LOVE™ by Cirque du Soleil®, The Mirage once again will enhance its leading-edge position with a stunning $110 million room and suite redesign. Now underway and scheduled for completion by August 2008, striking new decor will offer an environment that is not only to be seen, but experienced through dynamic designs that will offer guests a home away from home.

From luxury amenities to modern furnishings, the resort’s 2,765 Deluxe and Tower Deluxe accommodations will reflect an ambiance of contemporary upscale living. A multi-sensory design will feature a neutral color palette accented with vibrant pops of color, cool metals and warm woods. Fabrics will emphasize texture more than pattern. Crisp linens will be joined with smooth suedes, silky microfibers and soft cottons. Custom-made draperies and carpeting will echo the sophisticated decor.

New Room Design

Each Deluxe and Tower Deluxe room will showcase one of four color schemes. Accommodations with king-sized beds will offer palettes featuring eye-catching accents of deep ruby or citrus-inspired orange while rooms with two queen beds will highlight shades of spicy saffron and bright mulberry.

Attention to detail will be apparent throughout with a special focus on comfort and ergonomic design. Each room will feature a pillow-top mattress, down comforter, feather pillows, 42-inch LCD television, iPod/MP3-compatible clock-radio, cordless phone and office chairs designed to provide maximum support and flexibility. Tucked away will be cotton robes, an iron, ironing board, hair dryer and private, in-room safe for added convenience.

New Room Design

Upon entering The Mirage’s Deluxe King accommodations, a cool marble foyer will lead guests to a sleeping area bathed in creamy whites and warm browns. An inviting bed, draped in soft linens and accented with a crisp top sheet, soft throw and colorful, furry bolster, will look just as beautiful made up as it will turned down. A brightly patterned chair-and-a-half also will provide comfortable seating.

Nearby, a curving-wood console will feature dresser drawers and a fully stocked minibar on one end and a desk equipped with a lamp, dual phone lines and high-speed Internet access on the other. Above, a flat-screen, wall-mounted television will offer easy viewing from any angle. Business travelers will enjoy a dedicated media hub that will allow computers, video iPod/MP3 players and game systems to be displayed on each room’s television.

Deluxe Queen accommodations will continue the theme of contemporary elegance, but through a richer color palette of cool tans and dark chocolates. Framed by tall, cushioned headboards, each queen bed will be dressed in crisp, white bedding and topped with fluffy comforters, patterned bed scarves and colorful bolsters. Just steps away, a comfy bench under the room’s picture window will provide the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the city sights. Guests who reserve this room also will find a console offering storage drawers, a business desk and minibar.

Tower Deluxe King and Tower Deluxe Queen accommodations will feature the same amenities as their counterparts along with additional armoire storage in the sleeping area and dual sinks, a well-lit vanity, relaxing spa tub and separate walk-in shower in the bathroom.

The resort’s indulgent suites – Petite, Hospitality, Tower and Penthouse – also will reflect a modern residential feel with clean lines, vivid color palettes and upgraded amenities ranging from his and her baths and wet bars to separate living and dining areas.

The Mirage, a AAA Four Diamond Polynesian paradise, opened in November 1989, setting a new standard of hotel excellence for Las Vegas and sparking a transformation that made Las Vegas one of the world's most popular resort destinations.