The Fontainebleau Las Vegas casino resort is taking reservations ahead of a targeted Dec. 13 opening.
Located at the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, the 67-story hotel will make its debut with 3,644 rooms and suites, a six-acre pool area, a 14,000-square-foot fitness center and 150,000 square feet of gaming space.
The property will also be home to 36 food and beverage venues, including Ito, an omakase counter spearheaded by Michelin-starred chefs/restaurateurs Masa Ito and Kevin Kim; elevated Cantonese restaurant Chyna Club; and Mother Wolf, an extension of a Los Angeles-based Italian concept from chef Evan Funke. The hotel's F&B outlets are expected to start opening in December and will continue to roll out throughout 2024.
A rendering of the Great Dome reception area. Photo Credit: Fontainebleau Las Vegas
The Fontainebleau Las Vegas will import several elements from its sister property, the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, including that resort's high-end Lapis Spa. The 55,000-square-foot Lapis Spa at the Fontainebleau Las Vegas will have 44 treatment rooms and a variety of wellness facilities, including a salt cave, an infrared sauna and men's and women's hydrotherapy lounges.
Also, the Fontainebleau Las Vegas is expected to open LIV nightclub and LIV Beach day club experiences.
The completion of the Fontainebleau Las Vegas is long overdue. Announced in 2005, the hotel broke ground back in 2007. The site, however, faced multiple setbacks and ownership changes over the years. Fontainebleau Miami Beach owner Fontainebleau Development and Koch Real Estate Investments took over the project in early 2021 and pushed it toward the finish line with a fresh round of financing late last year.