IT'S TIME. MAJESTIC.
Come 2024, Majestic Las Vegas will be the world-class, non-gaming, luxury resort hotel that Las Vegas has been waiting for.
Located on over six acres directly across from the all new Las Vegas Convention Center, and just two blocks from the famed Las Vegas Strip, the $850 million, 620 foot tall contemporary architectural masterpiece is scheduled to commence construction in 2021 and be completed in 2024.
The first of its kind non-gaming, non-smoking, ultra luxury resort, developed by Lorenzo Doumani’s Majestic Resorts and designed by renowned architect Paul Steelman, will feature a branded 720 suite five star hotel, six extraordinary freestanding restaurants, 270,000 square feet of Corporate Sky Suites, and an all encompassing medical wellness spa and fitness facility that will be amongst the finest of its kind anywhere in the world.
Located on over six acres directly across from the all new Las Vegas Convention Center, and just two blocks from the famed Las Vegas Strip, the $850 million, 620 foot tall contemporary architectural masterpiece is scheduled to commence construction in early 2021 and be completed in late 2024. Sky Suite sales to commence January 2021.
In addition to its grandeur, location, and amenities, the Majestic will give both visitors and Suite owners a unique experience. Whether you are visiting for the latest convention, or a corporate suite owner, the Majestic of Las Vegas will be your home for one-stop-shop and showcase of your visit and experience.
Lorenzo Doumani has always been a bit of a rebel … and not just because he’s a native Las Vegan. The son of Las Vegas pioneer Edward Doumani, Lorenzo was immersed in the hospitality and development business from an early age, working every conceivable job at his family’s iconic El Morocco and La Concha Motels, designed by legendary architect Paul Revere Williams. In addition to learning the hospitality business from the ground up, he had a front row seat to the development process on the Tropicana and Golden Nugget, carefully studying and learning from such visionaries as Jay Sarno of Caesars Palace and Circus Circus, and Steve Wynn, his father Edward’s former business partner.