The deluxe suite of the 62-story Hotel Viceroy Las Vegas was designed in a departure from fashion when architects Henry Behrendt and Charrian Buhler created their luxury hotel.
While all rooms in the hotel feature marble and recycled glass, the suite uses materials and imagery from the deep past.
The flooring is limestone, harvested from the Las Vegas Raiders football team’s historic Silver and Black Orange practice fields.
The custom Italian coffered ceilings were formed out of glass beads, composed of these beads on a 3-inch-thick glass band.
The palette of the plush seating choices has been created through color and lightness, allowing visitors to walk among the wall of rose avetranate.
Centrally placed panels of the ceiling and cupola are treated with colored dyes and measured to form abstract geometric patterns.
Fluorescent lighting fixtures have been placed on open surfaces in the room giving the natural lighting a color palette of light green, yellow and blue.
Visitors to the suite will find a theater equipped with 180-degree sound and luxury seating for 12 guests.
The boutique hotel is right next to the massive SLS Hotel.