Tropicana Las Vegas unveils the first rooms of its renovation
Hotel World Network,
Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 8:04:22 PM
Tropicana Las Vegas announced today that it will unveil the first of its newly designed hotel rooms and luxury suites in the property's 569- room Paradise Tower.
The new rooms are part of the $165 million transformation of the property, designed to capture the sultry South Beach vibe that will be at the heart of the new Tropicana Las Vegas. The luxury suites opened on May 17th.
This is the first completed major redesign at Tropicana Las Vegas since 1985. Tropicana Las Vegas will offer the newest hotel rooms in the city and the "best-in-class" hotel rooms in the mid-tier price range. Differing greatly from most of the traditional Las Vegas hotel rooms, Tropicana Las Vegas offers a bright, fresh, comfortable and casual setting accented by soft-colored furnishings. In lieu of heavy and dark drapery, white plantation shutters were selected to add abundant natural light. The room's original white decorative ceiling and canvas artwork commissioned from famed artist Aldo Luongo further emphasizes the residential quality of the space.
Friday, October 30, 2009 at 4:24:41 PM
Showbiz legend Wayne Newton, who'll be performing in Canada beginning next month, may be hanging it up after his current Vegas run.
In an interview with AP, Mr. Las Vegas says that the future of his career will depend upon how much it interferes with his home-life and raising his seven-year-old daughter.
His new 50th anniversary Vegas show, which opened at the Tropicana last night, is entitled "Once Before I Go" and has already set tongues wagging about the "Danke Schoen" hitmaker's possible retirement.
Tropicana Las Vegas kicks-off the New Year with WAR
Monday, November 24, 2008 at 10:42:14 AM
The Tropicana Las Vegas presents American Funk, Rock and R&B Legends - WAR - Tuesday, Dec. 30 at 8 p.m. in the Tiffany heater. Tickets are priced at $50 and $60 (all inclusive) and are available at the Tropicana Box Office.
WAR has entertained audiences for more than three decades with favorites: "Low Rider," "Why Can't We Be Friends," "Cisco Kid," "Spill the Wine" and many more. Spreading a message of unity and understanding, their repertoire of music proves ever timeless with continual success; WAR was recently nominated for induction into the 2009 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
In addition to an evening of classic music the Tropicana Las Vegas is also offering incredible room rates for the New Year's Eve holiday starting as low as $143 per night for three nights and $189 per night for Dec. 30 and Dec. 31.
"We are very excited to kick-off our New Year's Eve festivities with such an accomplished group of performers," said Tropicana Las Vegas Vice President of Marketing Randy Sears. "We're providing our guests with fine entertainment, affordable prices and the ideal Las Vegas Strip location to ring-in the New Year."
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