The renovation will bring a new exterior, casino floor, dining, and rooms while adding a spa (likely a new addition to Gansevoort's established Exhale brand) as well as an already much talked about rooftop pool experience. The 10th floor pool deck will be run by Victor Drai whose long-running nightclub, Drai's After Hours, will return "to its former location in the hotel's basement," according to USA Today.
Rooms at Gansevoort Las Vegas will start at $249 a night. A rendering shown below reveals accommodations with wood (or wood-like) floors, a brick-lined feature wall, a flat-screen TV, what looks to be a bedside smart panel for technology and a bright purple headboard and accent chair.
Additionally, Total Rewards members may be happy to hear the hotel-casino will finally be included in the program.
If Gansevoort is not a familiar brand for you, it operates two hotels in New York and another in Turks and Caicos. It's also hot among the celebrity set, attracting such stars as Beyonce, Prince, Brangelina, and more.
(PHOTOS: USA Today/Caesars Entertainment)