Now in its sixth year of service, The Chandelier, the three-level lounge at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, is about to undergo its second $1 million makeover.
Last year, the 3,305-square-foot casino floor space was renovated to reveal a more open-plan design, and now upgrades will be extended to level 1.5 and larger changes to level 2.
Working with an estimated construction budget of $1,120,000, the middle level space will receive new flooring, wall coverings, light fixtures and furniture. The current bar set-up will remain the same.
One floor up, level 2 will be making room for Eggslut customers being served a few steps away. The pedestrian walkway side of the lounge will be switched over to an open seating area with a new ceiling.
Like the lounge below, new flooring, wall coverings and furniture are on the way, with the largely forgotten five-seat bar on the north side finally removed to create space for customers dining on bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches.
Eggslut can only accommodate a dozen seated diners at its casual, counter service restaurant and combined with customers from Milk Bar, this level can become very busy with visitors looking for a place to sit and eat.
Not timetable for a completion has been announced, nor details of when the bars will be closed for construction.
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