Sky Villa Suites unveiled at Tropicana Las Vegas.
Reminiscent of a penthouse in Miami, Tropicana Las Vegas resort unveiled its new Sky Villa Suites – a key part of the resort’s approximate $200 million transformation that has touched every corner of the property including all 1,467 guestrooms, the casino floor and restaurants, and the Tropicana Theater. Located on the 20th floor of the Paradise tower, the suites offer breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip with floor-to-ceiling windows in an elegant and glamorous atmosphere.
Designed by Alex Yemenidjian and Annie Gevorkian, the Sky Villa Suites were created with an emphasis on modern glamour. These Las Vegas luxury suites include custom furnishings with white lacquered panels and Honey Birdseye and Anigre Lacewood highlighted with gold leaf. To give the suite added beauty and warmth, custom Golden Spider Natural Marble and luxurious carpet is used throughout. Cove lighting creates a soothing ambiance throughout the room. To accentuate the space with bold colors, specially designed abstract artwork is exhibited in the rooms.
These Las Vegas suites feature a master bedroom and bathroom with his-and-her walk-in closets and a stunning gold leaf headboard. The master bathroom has two walk-in steam showers with LED showerheads, private water closets, LED backlit mirrors, and a spacious whirlpool spa for two. The lavish whirlpool tub is wrapped in marble mosaic with a massage function, air jets with LED lights, a computer control panel, a TV and Kohler water filler from the ceiling. Each of these penthouse apartment-style suites also includes a wet bar, private spa/massage room and office.
The Sky Villa Suites utilize the latest audio-video technology anchored with state-of-the-art Creston Control Systems. The system provides guests with intuitive control including window covering position, light and temperature control, room service, music and TV control and touch-screen keypads. Guests can also enjoy Samsung HD LED televisions in rooms.