Designed by New York architects Bentel & Bentel, the latest addition to Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta’s Red Rock Casino Resort in Las Vegas looks set to bring the ultimate taste of luxury to the strip.

The Red Rock Penthouse suites range from between four to five thousand sq ft in size, and are consequently as open and lofty as they come. With private bars, powder rooms and bathtubs designed to accommodate as many bodies as possible - the suites have been built with party people firmly in mind.



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Bentle and Bentle, the architectural pair responsible for some of the most restaurant interiors in New York, were an obvious design choice for the Fertitta family’s latest endeavour. Their retake on MOMA’s The Modern restaurant, even won our coveted best restaurant award back in 2006.

The suites themselves have each been designed around an individual palette, using earthy materials including woods; lacquers and even hand cut abalone inlaid with crushed duck egg. 

Working fluidly alongside the subtle solidity of the space, transparent walls and fire tubes add to the openness of the suites.

Bentel and Bentel have designed the furnishings for all the penthouses, bar a few minor additions from design names including B&B Italia, Minotti, Fendi and Herman Miller.

The access areas to the penthouses mirror the interior glassiness of the suites. With translucent glazed walls, the spaces come straddled by the bright lights of Vegas and the mountainous Nevada landscape.

The ultimate Red Rock experience however, comes in the form of Suite One 80. Occupying the full width of the building, the sprawling space opens out onto a 430sq ft terrace, boasting 180º views of the entire city.