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Elvis Presley Show Set To Rock The Vegas Strip

This December, CityCenter, the largest private development in United States history, is set to open in Las Vegas featuring an Elvis Presley Cirque du Soleil show and 6000 new hotel rooms.

Vegas City Center
Luxurious: CityCenter in Las Vegas

CityCenter is an unprecedented urban metropolis situated on 67-acres on the Las Vegas Strip between the Bellagio and Monte Carlo and the development will add an astonishing 6000 rooms to Las Vegas’ inventory of 140,000 rooms. 

Created with a vision to bring a new level of environmental consciousness to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, the development comprises five hotels and residential properties, each an icon of superb contemporary design.

There is Aria, a 61-story, 4,004 room gaming property that will feature the most technologically advanced suites in the United States. Guests will be able to personalise lighting, room temperature, music, wake-up calls, drapes and services with a single remote control. Guests can also ‘green’ their stay by indicating preferred light level and frequency of linen and towel changes.

Aria will also be home to the seventh Cirque du Soleil show in Las Vegas that will pay tribute to the life and music of Elvis Presley. The property will also be capable of hosting up to 5000 attendees for conferences in its 300,000 square feet of meeting space.

Aria will feature an impressive spa and salon, and a 300,000-square-foot pool deck. Guests will be spoilt with dining options from world-renowned chefs and restaurateurs including Masayoshi Takayama, Shawn McClain, Michael Mina, Julian Serrano, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Sirio Maccioni, Jean-Philippe Maury and The Light Group.

An iconic Mandarin Oriental is also opening at CityCenter. This 47-story tower will feature 400 hotel rooms and 227 private residences. Living spaces will be decorated with an eastern approach in a decadent selection of color palettes, materials and finishes.

Vdara is an all-suite, non-gaming and smoke free property is designed to be a sanctuary set amidst the excitement of the Las Vegas Strip. The crescent shape and unique skin of patterned glass will make it one of the most striking design statements in Las Vegas. 

Then there is the Harmon Hotel, the only CityCenter property not opening in 2009, which will be a member of The Leading Hotels of the World. 

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