The spread of COVID-19 around the world has changed a lot of things for just about everyone. Media is one of the less important things for most people. However, it seems to be changing how information is disseminated and consumed. The news cycle is shorter than ever as many are home more consuming that information. This allows a constant barrage of news. In turn, it also means that companies will release less information more often to make sure they receive the attention they deem as appropriate.
Virgin Hotels Las Vegas is one of the companies in Sin City that is constantly releasing information about the property. The new casino-hotel replacing the Hard Rock continues to share news about the property. Unfortunately, the property may not open before the year is over as planned.
You may recall Virgin Las Vegas recently announced its restaurant lineup.

Virgin Las Vegas Reveals Hotel Rooms

Today, we have a look at the hotel rooms at Virgin Las Vegas. Officially, the rooms are officially called “chambers.” Studio Collective, an award-winning design firm in Los Angeles is collaborating on the design for the property’s rooms and suites. As you’d imagine, the design feels very west coast influenced.
The hotel room designs will celebrate the Virgin Las Vegas’ modern desert ambiance. The room themes pair a playful feel with the luxury and comfort that has made Las Vegas such a popular tourist destination.
The hotel rooms at Virgin will be bright, featuring a neutral color palette with pops of whimsical touches, as well as warm and modern finishes. The design should make the chambers a great place for work or play.
“We drew inspiration from the surrounding desert landscape, which is reflected in our designs for the chambers,” remarked Adam Goldstein, design director and partner at Studio Collective. “Our vision combined with the Virgin Hotels and Curio Collection by Hilton’s signature amenities and hospitality will make the property a much sought-after destination in Las Vegas.”

Three Different Hotel Towers

Virgin Las Vegas will feature over 1,500 rooms in three distinctive towers – Opal, Canyon, and the all-suite Ruby Tower.
The Opal Tower is located near the meeting and convention spaces. The Canyon Tower offers sweeping views of the Las Vegas cityscape as well as the property’s pool paradise and is located off the casino floor. Guests in the Ruby Tower will enjoy a dedicated valet and exclusive check-in area before heading to their suite.
Inside The Virgin Las Vegas Rooms
Each room will offer distinctive touches, exclusive to Virgin Hotels. The rooms are designed to consist of two spaces separated by a door. This should make the rooms ideal for working, recharging, wellness, and an overall better contactless experience.
“We have worked with amazing partners to combine Virgin Hotels’ signature amenities and our new property design to make Virgin Hotels Las Vegas a one-of-a-kind destination,” said Richard “Boz” Bosworth, President and CEO of JC Hospitality, owner of Virgin Hotels Las Vegas. “There is a chamber to meet the needs of every traveler and we cannot wait for you to experience the comfort of our unique style.”
The first space, “The Dressing Room” aka bathroom includes a full vanity, makeup desk with a well-lit mirror, extra-large shower, Red Flower toiletries, and a closet for two.
“The Lounge” is the main area of the hotel room. This will come complete with Virgin’s patented ergonomically designed lounge bed. The rooms will high definition TV, pedestal table, and a cozy seating nook.
Rooms will include ample outlets for smartphones, computers or other electronic devices are found in various areas of the rooms. All rooms feature custom lighting on sensors that automatically illuminate when guests move.
Select chambers will be dog-friendly, offering special amenities. A recent tweet suggests there will be no added fee for a dog-friendly room. For reference, both MGM Resort and Caesars Entertainment charge guests who choose to bring along a dog.


Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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