Mandalay Bay Completes $100M Remodel of Convention Center

Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino has announced the completion of a $100 million redesign of its 2.1 million-square-foot convention center. The project includes upgraded technology infrastructure, additional dynamic digital signage and a fresh design that complements the resort’s tropical-inspired brand.

Unveiled throughout the past two and a half years, the redesigned convention center has hosted a range of events and trade shows, including Shoptalk Spring in March 2024.

Mandalay Bay implemented technology upgrades, including the installation of Cat6A Ethernet cabling throughout the convention center. This advancement doubles the frequency of data transmission, enabling speeds up to 9,400 percent faster. The convention center now sports 11 dynamic digital walls, spanning up to 24 feet by 13 feet, strategically positioned for brand placements, sponsorships and targeted event messaging. Additionally, attendees can benefit from 20 double-sided, 55-inch mobile flexible display units, facilitating navigation to meeting rooms and events. RFID locks were installed on all meeting room doors and over 200 motion detection cameras have been placed throughout the space, too.

Conceptualized by the MGM Resorts International Design Group in collaboration with Dezmotif Studios, the contemporary design in the newly remodeled convention space incorporates enhanced lighting, streamlined signage and inviting seating areas. In addition to the redesign of all pre-function spaces, meeting rooms and ballrooms, Mandalay Bay’s exhibit space, spanning 1 million square feet, has undergone a transformation, including new paint, covered pillars and relocated strobe lights.

As part of MGM Resorts’ commitment to promoting diverse and underrepresented artists within its corporate Fine Art program, the Mandalay Bay Convention Center now showcases new works by several artists.

Mandalay Bay has announced new developments, including the recent remodel of all 424 rooms and suites at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas; restaurant openings, including Orla by Michael Mina and Caramá by Wolfgang Puck; and the debut of Swingers, the 21-and-over mini golf and cocktail concept from London and New York City, and Bob Marley Hope Road, an immersive experience honoring Bob Marley—both opening in late 2024.

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