Flamingo Las Vegas Offers New Rooms 


Article by shaena engle

Photography by shaena engle and Flamingo

The iconic Flamingo Las Vegas has upped its game. The Caesar’s-owned property has renovated most of its 3,500 rooms and suites, expanded room space and added new design elements and a more modern décor.

The new rooms and suites were designed by Forrest Perkins and feature contemporary, retro-chic designs that celebrate the resort’s rich Las Vegas history. New rooms house sleek silver circular living area tables, a modern comfy coral couch, a contemporary dresser and large 55-inch HDTV.

Rooms include gold and beige hues with bright pops of flamingo pink and pretty flamingo artwork. Updated bathrooms include spacious showers and big bathroom vanities with plenty of counter space.

Also new are the Flamingo’s Bunk Bed Suites that are great for large families and include nearly 1,000 square feet of space. The suites include two queen beds in the 430-square-foot bedroom with each having a full-size bunk on top. The room is connected to a parlor that includes oversized lounge furniture and a full kitchenette.

In addition to new rooms, the Flamingo has opened its new Bugsy & Meyer’s steakhouse. The new restaurant, which takes the place of the old Center Cut, pays homage to Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel and Meyer Lansky, who opened the Flamingo back in 1946.

Located across from the Flamingo Wildlife Habitat, Flamingo’s new steakhouse houses a wide variety of dining options including a long oval shaped main bar with flamingo artwork; pretty patio dining surrounded by greenery; a main big dining room, private dining rooms and a raw bar.

The design is art deco and vintage Vegas. Diners enter through a bakery façade entrance and pass the dry-aged steaks in the meat cooler to the main bright dining room with sparkling chandeliers and flamingo murals. Also perched in the restaurant is a beaded flamingo made by designer James Adler.

Appetizers and starters include a spectacular seafood tower with lobster, Alaskan King Crab, shrimp and oysters; shrimp and lobster cocktail; oysters; beef tartare; crab cakes; lobster bisque; Caesar salad, heirloom beet and winter squash salad and a chopped salad.

Main courses include a large variety of wet aged and dry aged filets, prime New York and rib-eye steaks as well as a Tomahawk and prime rib cap all served with lobster, crab leg, scampi and scallop enhancements and béarnaise, hollandaise, chimichurri, bordelaise, bourbon peppercorn and truffle butter sauces.

Besides steak they also offer Wagyu short ribs, lamb chops, Scottish salmon, roasted chicken and scallops.

Sides include potatoes done four ways including a sea salt baked potato, potato gratin, potato puree and dirty fries. Mac and cheese, asparagus, mushrooms and Brussels sprouts round out the vegetables.

Before or after dinner, guests can head to the back of Bugsy & Meyers to enter the Count Room, a speakeasy-style bar with dark woods and a long sexy bar.

Whether you are visiting Vegas for the food, the history, or the expansive luxurious resort rooms; the Flamingo will fulfill any craving.

Book a room at 702.733.3111.

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