Resorts World Host Unique 4th July Fireworks Show
While Genting Group’s Resorts World Las Vegas won’t be opening before at least the summer of next year, this did not stop its operator from celebrating Independence Day with a fireworks extravaganza displayed on a 100,000 sq. ft. LED television screen perched atop its tower. Comprising 3,552 individual LED display panels, the massive TV will be one of the newest additions to the Strip’s highlight features once it opens its doors to guests next year.
But that’s not all because once open and in full operative swing, Resorts World will broadcast more than 200,000 square feet of LED TV content. This will be made possible by a host of displays in and around the premium-class property, including a 19,000 sq. ft. LED screen installed on the building’s East Tower, a 10,000 sq. ft. marquee, and a 50 ft. diameter globe displaying at least 6,000 sq. ft. of television-style LED content for everyone’s enjoyment.
Resorts World And Hilton Hotels
Genting also recently released the initial design plans for the guestrooms and guest suites at its Resorts World Hilton and Conrad hotels. Designed by Wilson & Associates and KNA Designs respectively, guest accommodations at the property will comprise of at least 3,500 luxury rooms and suites, each with a strong mix of contemporary appeal, luxurious amenities and art. The guest experience, so says the group, aims to inspire the entrepreneurial spirit of the globally connected traveler.
Resorts World in February announced the partnership with the Hilton Hotels Group. Three premium Hilton hotel brands will be represented at the venue, i.e. Conrad, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, and LXR. The brand association with Resorts World Las Vegas is thought to be the largest of its kind in the history of the Hilton Hotels group.
All 3,500 luxury rooms and suites will be part of the Hilton group’s Hilton Honors guest-loyalty program.
Noose Discovered In Tower
The development drew the world’s attention when Genting a couple of weeks ago confirmed having had discovered a noose in one of the towers. Primary contractor W.A. Richardson Builders, LLC, is said to have been the first point of contact when the noose was first discovered. Genting shortly after released a statement confirming that an investigation had been launched and the relevant authorities notified of the incident.
Genting at the time emphasised that its development would not tolerate any symbols for or acts of racism, and that it would continue to strive towards employing a diverse and inclusive workforce.