Fontainebleau Las Vegas celebrates grand opening with spectacular event

Fontainebleau Las Vegas celebrates grand opening with spectacular event

In a spectacular display of magnificence and entertainment, multi-billion casino-resort project Fontainebleau Las Vegas celebrated its grand inauguration earlier this week, on the night of 13th of December. The lavish, invitation-only event, attended by a number of VIP guests, set the stage for a new era of luxury and excitement on the iconic Las Vegas Strip, which is renowned for its world-famous gambling-friendly properties. The event commenced with a ribbon-cutting ceremony before the midnight unveiling of the $3.7-billion property, and it culminated in a joyous rendition of "Happy Birthday" for Jeffrey Soffer – the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Fontainebleau Development.

Surrounded by one and half dozen collaborators on stage, the top executive expressed gratitude for the exceptional teamwork that brought the massive project to fruition in less than three years.

The celebration started with Chinese dragon dancers, highlighting the global appeal of the new casino-resort. The list of notable guests included legendary singer Cher, actor & producer Aaron Paul, rock icon Alice Cooper and retired quarterback Tom Brady, adding an exceptional touch of star-studded glamour to the event.

Exuding high-end vibes, the grand opening party featured gorgeous models, live performances by two popular bands, and exciting casino games. The casino-resort’s allure was heightened by the presence of Steve Hill, the President and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA), emphasizing the close alliance between the operator and the Las Vegas Convention Center West Hall.

Anticipation reached a fever pitch as crowds gathered at the intersection of Las Vegas and Elvis Presley Boulevards to witness the grand launch of the new casino-resort. However, the operator abstained from fireworks, emphasizing the beauty of soaring towers, appealing fountains, and immersive entertainment offerings.

Explaining why it abstained from fireworks, Fontainebleau said, “Elegant entrances sometimes outshine flashy displays. Our allure lies not in fleeting pyrotechnics, but in the timeless beauty of our soaring towers, the exquisite dance of fountains, and the dazzling symphony of entertainment within.”

The new casino-resort offers a range of room prices, starting at $160 midweek and $400 on weekends before New Year's Eve. In spite of varied rates, demand is quite high, with limited availability before the Super Bowl weekend. Commissioner Tick Segerblom sees the new gambling-friendly property as the "Miami of the West," highlighting shared vibrancy & historical significance with its Miami counterpart, welcoming a new era of fascination in Las Vegas.

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