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Hilton Worldwide announced a few short days ago that the future Virgin Hotel in Las Vegas will join the Curio Collection’s list of prestigious properties. This will happen in 2020 after major renovations to the property are completed. With more than 1,500 guestrooms and over 110,000 square feet of meeting and event space, the Virgin Hotel in Las Vegas will be the largest property in Hilton’s Collections Brand. The Virgin Hotel will replace the current Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas. The property located at 4455 Paradise Road will remain a Hard Rock Hotel until the renovations begin in early 2020. The resort will close for a short period of time and reopen as the Virgin Hotel. With the addition of the Virgin Hotel to the Curio Collection, the brand will have over 65 properties with more on the way around the world. As well as being part of the Curio collection, the hotel will also be part of Hilton’s famous Hilton Honors Program.

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Seth Teitelbaum

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