New Superlative Hotels in Las Vegas – More Than 1,200 New Top Hotels in the Pipeline

Las Vegas, Nevada – 4 May 2016 – In the US, a new superlative hotel arises. Steve Wynn, the casino king of Las Vegas wants to expand its empire of resorts crucial now. In the glitter and gambling metropolis in the desert of Nevada, he plans a new hotel complex with no less than 1,000 rooms, nightclubs, trendy restaurants and a huge, man-made lagoon. This will even surpass ambitious hotel construction projects in Macao. Overall are currently more than 1,200 new top hotels and resorts in the pipeline in the United States. This data has been revealed by TOPHOTELPROJECTS, the specialized service provider in the exchange of cutting-edge information between clients and contractors in the international hotel industry.

Wynn Paradise Park

Wynn Paradise Park – New Casino Resort project with Crystal Lagoon revealed

Wynn Paradise Park wants to score with an artificial beach resort in the desert city: White sand beach and a promenade are planned at the artificial lake. Guests will have the possibility to try water skiing, canoeing and paragliding. Every night a firework should be fired off from the artificial island. The complex will also feature a spacious conference center, which will attract international conferences. The start of construction for the new major project is still open.

Project partner is Crystal Lagoon, which have already established a number of artificial lakes worldwide. The new goal now is to create the largest water park in the United States. The current plan covers an area of approximately one hundred Olympic fitting pools. In addition an equally spacious Golf Course is carefully planned by professionals.

In Las Vegas six other top hotels are currently being built, including a stylish W Hotel with 298 rooms, a new casino resort by Genting Group with around 3,500 rooms and the iconic Lucky Dragon Hotel Casino with 201 rooms and suites.

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