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Monday, November 1, 2010

VDARA HOTEL

The exterior was designed by Rafael Vinoly of RV Architecture LLC. The interior planning, architecture and design was by BBGM's New York office under Tony Machado's lead. Janie Horas was the Project Manager for Gensler. The Architect of Record ("AOR") was Leo A. Daly, with Lamberto Smigliani as Project Manager, while the Detroit-based firm Hamilton Anderson Associates was the AOR for the interior guest rooms. Peter Schroeder of Tishman Construction Corporation served as Senior Project Manager and Rick Lorimer was the Project Manager for Perini Building Company, the project's General Contractor. The Vdara was the first tower at CityCenter, and opened on December 1, 2009.The Vdara was the first of the six high-rises in the project to be topped out, on May 14, 2008.
The Vdara towers 57 stories above the Las Vegas Strip. All 1,495 hotel suites feature a gourmet kitchen, and many suites have a washer and dryer. The Vdara is one of the new generation properties on the Strip that has no theme and was built strictly as a luxury resort destination. It also contains no gambling casino, though some of the most famous casinos in the world are within a block or two of the entrance.
The name "Vdara" was thought up by the property’s original designers, according to Tara Russell, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Vdara. The "V" stands for "Vegas" and "ara" is meant to evoke other established high-end boutique hotels, such as the Aviara or Vicara.





31 comments:

Eferhilda said...

Love the picture of the bathroom!

ITS SHAUN'DRE said...

is that the one that focused the sun and horribly burnt a woman?

The Greater Spartan said...

Very nice indeed !

JRam said...

I like the style on that bath, it is very unique.

Rorschach Redemption said...

It's weird to see a 'no-theme' although 'opulent' can me considered a theme for this luxury.

comradejoker.blogspot.com/ said...

WOW look at that water!

Fuuuuuuuu said...

wow, that's unique!

About Insurance said...

that would be a nice place to stay

personalpalpiter.com said...

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amidoinitrite? said...

I would like to visit that hotel someday

Jackie said...

This is Awesome, keep it up !

thenitefalls said...

wow the last pic...the water looks so good :)

El Trombone said...

Another great hotel in a beautiful part of the world. I love it.

SWOOP! said...

Wow, if only I was rich...

Swift Love said...

omg, that hotel is spectacular

MacPCharmony said...

I like this

Insurance Maestro said...

WOW. I would love to stay in one of these.

DDX said...

Hard to choose which one I like better, Aria or Vdara.

/k/anadian!!EzAmH4LJIz said...

Man, it's like a day spa at God's.

befashionistic.blogspot.com/ said...

one day, I'll stay there :D

SC2 Strats said...

wow that looks fantastic.

AdPlusCommunications said...

what a nice bath!

YouNostalgiaYouLose said...

good read, most definitely

tortacular said...

ah.. that's random, keep it up.

RoodNverse said...

damn... that place looks fuking nice..

Insurance Advice Guy said...

i like this blog ^^

Seion said...

That bathing area looks ridiculously delightful.

i_love_weed said...

its so fukin nice

piter said...

The outer and inner look of the hotel is impressive and can easily attracts tourist at first sight. Its interior is even more amazing.

Hotel Gramado

Luxury Traveler said...

I wanna stay at the world's luxury hotels and enjoy a great holiday.

rubysinn said...

Wow! I would like to stay here..

Hotel in Bryce Canyon

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