Get Ready for a Whole New Rio Las Vegas

The over 2,500-room casino-resort will be renovated under the Hyatt brand

By OTS Staff


For over 30 years, the Rio Las Vegas has been a major name in casino-resorts. Now, the property is being repositioned by Hyatt Hotels in a near-complete renovation. Dreamscape Companies and Hyatt entered into a franchise agreement to revamp the property.

Courtesy of Dreamscape Companies


The Deets:

• The more than 2,500-room Rio Las Vegas will be renovated into multiple Hyatt full-service brand flags.

• The public spaces such as gaming, retail, food and spa will undergo redevelopment.

One of the hotel’s existing towers is expected to become a 1,501-room Hyatt Regency, with rooms at 580 square feet.

• The hotel will also be renovated with over 220,000 square feet of function space.

No date has been announced yet for the renovations to take place.


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