South Point announces $40M upgrade plan for guest rooms
February 16, 2018 9:14 AM
by Robert Mann
The South Point Hotel Casino and Spa at the “tip of the Strip” on the southern portion of Las Vegas Boulevard has announced a $40 million upgrade plan for its guest rooms.
Starting in April, the property’s 2,049 rooms and 84 suites will begin a remodel featuring new furniture, luxury flooring, crown molding, mini refrigerator and bathroom upgrades. The first phase of the redesign will be completed by September.
The South Point has three towers and the three-year project will refurbish one hotel tower yearly with completion by September 2020.
By the end of 2018, more than 630 newly designed rooms will be available for guests for a $10 upgraded room fee.
“We live in a city that is continuously evolving and we are always looking for opportunities to improve our guests’ experiences,” said Ryan Growney, general manager of the South Point, in a statement.