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Marriott announced they’re opening a new mega resort on the Las Vegas strip, where the unfinished Fontainebleau currently is, which will be called The Drew Las Vegas.
The property will have 4,000 guest rooms ands suites and be a combined hotel of a JW Marriott and an Edition, similar to their LA Live combination hotel of the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE and The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles.
Marriott International, Inc. and global development firm Witkoff announced today a plan to open a new resort at 2755 Las Vegas Boulevard South. Ushering in a new era of world-class hospitality, the integrated resort and casino to be named The Drew Las Vegas will debut the EDITION brand in Las Vegas and mark The Strip’s first JW Marriott. Anticipated to open in late 2020, the resort will feature nearly 4,000 rooms and suites as well as over 500,000 square feet of convention and meeting space. Once open, the hotels will be managed by Marriott International.
Two Blackbirds Hospitality, led by renowned hotelier and former Cosmopolitan CEO John Unwin, will oversee the launch and operations of The Drew Las Vegas. As an integrated resort, The Drew Las Vegas will be home to a broad offering including a casino, luxury hotels, together with convention facilities, entertainment, nightlife, retail and dining curated into one cohesive guest experience.
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