CIRCUS CIRCUS UNVEILS NEWLY REMODELED GUEST ROOMS AND WELCOMES NEW ATTRACTION
LAS VEGAS (Feb. 22, 2012) – Enhancing the already fun, energetic experience at Circus Circus Las Vegas, the hotel recently unveiled a series of remodeled guest rooms and welcomed its newest attraction, The Chuck Jones Experience.
More than 1,900 guest rooms in the Casino and Skyrise Towers have been remodeled, offering guests a fresh selection of accommodations.
“The newly redesigned rooms embody the personality of Circus Circus and how we want our guests to feel during their stay,” said Don Thrasher, president and chief operating officer of Circus Circus. “We’ve incorporated modern touches and design elements while maintaining the classic comfort that keeps guests coming back to our hotel time after time.”
Contemporary jewel and earth tones welcome guests into the Casino Tower rooms. Nestled within the 15-story tower, these accommodations feature classic furnishings, pillow-top mattresses, 40-inch flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi Internet access. Guests also have the option of choosing a Large King room featuring an expanded seating area for added comfort.
Refreshed and rejuvenated, the rooms in the 29-story Skyrise Tower welcome guests with jewel tones, while providing easy access to the relaxation of the hotel’s pools and the excitement of The Adventuredome. For additional guest comfort, flat-screen TVs, pillow-top mattresses and Wi-Fi Internet access combine to create a memorable stay.
The remodeled rooms are part of an overall re-fresh at Circus Circus that also includes new wallpaper and carpet throughout the property.
In addition to the redesigned rooms, Circus Circus also recently welcomed The Chuck Jones Experience to its roster of on-site entertainment options. Guests are engaged with interactive exhibits, displays and learning opportunities as they travel through the art, life and mind of legendary animator Chuck Jones. As a four-time Academy Award recipient, Jones is best known for creating “Looney Tunes” and “Merrie Melodies” shorts, “Tom & Jerry” cartoons and the TV version of Dr. Seuss’ “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” along with many other animated classics. At The Chuck Jones Experience, special workshops and lectures on the art of animation, screenings of several Jones’ animated films and a never-before-seen collection of more than 250 drawings, doodles and paintings are sure to entertain visitors of all ages.
About Circus Circus Las Vegas
The hallmark of the 3,767-room Circus Circus Hotel, Casino and Theme Park in Las Vegas lies under the legendary Big Top, where celebrated circus acts perform on the Midway Stage as part of the world's largest permanent circus. The Adventuredome, America’s largest indoor theme park, offers five acres of climate-controlled fun for all ages. The Chuck Jones Experience provides fans of all ages with an extraordinary place to learn about the art of animation and discover their own creativity. Guests of Circus Circus may dine in a variety of restaurants including THE Steak House, rated the best steakhouse by Zagat and recognized a record 20 times in Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” awards, and Rock & Rita’s, where flair bartenders and live music enliven the scene. Circus Circus also offers newly remodeled rooms, a casino, wedding chapel, meeting and convention space and a 30-acre RV park. Circus Circus is a wholly owned subsidiary of MGM Resorts International™ (NYSE: MGM). For more information and reservations, visit www.circuscircus.com or call toll free at (800) 634-3450 or find us on Facebook and Twitter.
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