Las Vegas property to raise Waldorf Astoria flag in late summer with plans for improvements and upgrades based on new brand touches
Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Hiltons (NYSE: HLT) iconic luxury hotel brand, today announced plans to convert the Mandarin Oriental on the Las Vegas Strip to the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas in August 2018. Waldorf Astoria will assume full operation of the property with plans to re-imagine and renovate the hotel with brand touches and improvements.
When the property opens as the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas it will be at the epicenter of the entertainment capital and the brands first property in the market. With elevated offerings alongside Las Vegas most sought-after attractions, the hotel will offer True Waldorf Service with Personal Concierges to ensure every guest enjoys thoughtful, intuitive and graceful service. Guests can also expect unforgettable experiences, including innovative dining concepts, spectacular views of The Strip from the hotels exclusive 23rd floor bar, helicopter rides, spa retreats and more.
We are thrilled to announce the addition of a Waldorf Astoria in the western part of the U.S., and in the heart of such a dynamic, internationally beloved city like Las Vegas, said Martin Rinck, global head, Luxury & Lifestyle Group, Hilton. Paired with the recently opened Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills and the brands recently announced properties in San Francisco and Antigua, the signing of Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas builds on the brands exciting trajectory and impressive growth story.
The propertys proximity to all of the incredible amenities of ARIA Resort & Casino including a state-of-the-art gaming facility offers guests convenient access to a signature Las Vegas experience while still providing the brands iconic True Waldorf Service. Located at 3752 S Las Vegas Blvd, the property is situated on the Las Vegas Strip and sits near some of the citys most exciting landmarks including the famed fountains of Bellagio, and is just steps away from the entertainment hub featuring ARIA, The Park and the 20,000 seat T-Mobile Arena.