Third Tower Construction Begins at Marriott's Grand Chateau in Las Vegas
ORLANDO, Fla.—Marriott Vacation Club has announced the start of construction on the third tower at Marriott's Grand Chateau in Las Vegas. Maintaining the design inspiration of Southern France from the existing two towers, the 37-story, third tower will add 223 one-, two- and three-bedroom villas for a total of 643 villas at the property with occupancy beginning in mid-2014. READER COMMENTS
The third tower villas range in size from approximately 820 to 2,095 square feet. Each villa will typically feature mahogany stained furniture and armoires with backlit, frosted glass paneled doors and cabinetry and granite surfaces. Villas also have fully equipped kitchens, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and custom cabinets; living and dining areas; multiple flat-panel LED televisions with Blu-ray DVD players; washer/dryer; and complimentary Wi-Fi internet access. Three-bedroom villas can accommodate 10 guests.
"We're excited to begin construction on our third tower at this spectacular property in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip," said Lee Cunningham, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation,in an announcement. "Our Owners and guests around the world will enjoy these new villas and high-end amenities further enhancing their vacation experiences at Marriott's Grand Chateau," said Cunningham.
Adding to the existing amenities in the first two towers, the third tower brings on a lobby lounge that will offer cocktails and tapas, a billiards area with electronic game tables and a cafe that will serve Panini's, pastries, gelato and coffees. The fifth floor provides access to the property's second and larger pool with a built-in sun shelf and chaise lounges, a pool deck with two whirlpool spas, and a pool bar and grill.