MGM MIRAGE today released the last of CityCenter’s residential offerings with the sales launch of The Harmon Hotel, Spa & Residences. Recently accepted as a distinguished member of The Leading Hotels of the World, The Harmon will be one of the most luxurious, high-quality boutique hotels across the globe with approximately 207 elite condominiums and an exceptional array of amenities.
The Harmon’s dynamic curving 47-story facade will provide residents with sweeping views of the world’s most dynamic boulevard when it opens in late 2009. With 400 hotel rooms and suites, and approximately 207 luxury condominiums, The Harmon will be a cocoon of comfort for stealthy chic insiders, those who are intimate with the good life, yet know better than to flaunt it. Luxury residences will range from nearly 1,000 to 3,700 square feet and be available as one- and two-bedroom flats and penthouses.
The Harmon’s modern, reflective exterior will give way to a world of indefinable sophistication that delivers the precise mix of privacy and profile to make it a classified, unambiguously stylized haven. Residents will have full access to all hotel amenities including the newest creation of international cultural icon Michael Chow with his first and only MR CHOW restaurant in Las Vegas, a stunning hair salon by world-renowned hair stylist Frederic Fekkai, a private lobby lounge for residents, other dining offerings, the most elite retail offerings in Las Vegas, a luxurious spa (with in-room services available), pool deck, valet parking and much more. The hotel’s pool deck will be perched 100 feet above The Strip providing full views of the world’s most dynamic boulevard below.
Residents will be cared for by a professional staff of experts whose primary goal is to remain one step ahead of the needs and desires of a discerning clientele. This superior commitment to service recently earned the boutique-style property a place among the world’s finest hotels and resorts as a member of The Leading Hotels of the World. To be selected for the coveted membership, The Harmon passed a meticulous inspection covering 1,500 separate criteria that define first-class service as a norm rather than an exception. In 2006 alone, more than 600 hotels applied for membership in The Leading Hotels of the World and a mere 42 were accepted.
CityCenter will feature a soaring 61-story, 4,000-room hotel/casino; two 400-room, non-gaming hotels; a 500,000-square-foot retail and entertainment district; and approximately 2,650 luxury residences.No tag for this post.