Genting Group’s US$4.3 billion Las Vegas integrated resort development, Resorts World Las Vegas (RWLV), has released first renderings of the design plans for guestrooms at its luxury Hilton and Conrad hotels.
RWLV announced in February a partnership with Hilton Hotels that will see three of Hilton’s premium hotel brands – Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Conrad and LXR – come together when the property opens in 2021. The partnership has been described as the largest multi-brand deal in Hilton’s history.
On Thursday, RWLV released renderings of two of the hotels, Hilton Las Vegas – designed by interior architectural design firm Wilson & Associates – and Conrad Las Vegas which has been designed by West Hollywood-based KNA Designs.
The company said it will also offer a “variety of luxury suites from each of the three Hilton brands suitable for every guest preference. This will include a grandeur collection of ultra-luxe accommodations as part of LXR Hotels & Resorts, Hilton’s impressive collection of one-of-a-kind resort brands found only in the world’s most alluring destinations.”
RWLV recently revealed it is also looking to build a passenger station and tunnel connecting its integrated resort with the Las Vegas Convention Center campus by utilizing SpaceX founder Elon Musk’s innovative transportation system.