Technology upgrades, improved signage and fine art are among the components of an ambitious $100 million renovation of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
The 2.1-million-square-foot convention center will remain open and fully operational during the work, which will be completed in phase by the end of 2024.
New Cat6A ethernet cables has been installed throughout the convention center as part of the overall transformation. Cat6A increases both the bandwidth and the speed of WiFi, resort officials said.
Eleven new dynamic digital walls measuring up to 24 feet by 13 feet are designed for brand placements, sponsorship opportunities and targeted event messaging.
The new design will complement tropical ambience of Mandalay Bay, resort officials said.
There will be whitewashed walls and ceilings, bold floral patterns featuring cerulean and coral tones and warm walnut accent walls.
The space will include new works by Kenyan photographer Thandiwe Muriu and multidisciplinary Canadian artist Sarah Anne Johnson.
Mandalay Bay is upgrading and adding amenities and experiences throughout the resort, including the remodel next year of all 424 rooms and suites at the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, which occupies the 35th to 39th floors of Mandalay Bay's tower; the addition of Flanker Kitchen and Sports Bar in the summer; and the complete redesign of StripSteak early next year.