MGM Resorts International will rebrand Water Club, the luxury hotel that is part of Borgata Hotel Casino in Atlantic City, N.J.
Following a $55 million redesign, the hotel will be renamed the MGM Tower, offering more than 700 reimagined guestrooms and new Vista Suites located at the tower's corners.
The 43-story Water Club will be renamed MGM Tower. Photo Credit: MGM Resorts
MGM said renovated guestrooms will have nautical design elements inspired by Atlantic City's Marina District.
"Light and airy guest rooms will feature bright yet warm décor with a nautical palette of neutral and blue tones accented with deep wood finishes embodying a sophisticated coastal feel," MGM Resorts said.
Each of the new Vista Suites will have an expansive living space, bedroom, two bathrooms and a spacious dining area.
Remodeled rooms in the MGM Tower will be available beginning in April with the project slated for completion by Memorial Day weekend.
The 32nd floor will have a 9,000-square-foot event space in the location of the former Immersion Spa.