LAS VEGAS (AP) - MGM Mirage Inc. officials building the CityCenter complex on the Las Vegas Strip say rooms in three of its hotels will use advanced technology to let guests customize their room environment.
The company says guests staying at the $9.1 billion complex expected to open next year will be able to save settings for lights, the television, music and curtains, and have the room recognize them and adjust when the guest enters or leaves.
MGM Mirage Chief Design and Construction Officer Bobby Baldwin says the sophisticated technology will be used in the casino-hotel Aria, and non-gambling hotels Mandarin Oriental and the Harmon Hotel, Spa & Residences.
The complex also includes condominiums and a 500,000 square-foot
retail and entertainment center.
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