Atari’s Tech-Focused Las Vegas Hotel Will Be The Ultimate Gamer’s Getaway

Oct 21, 2020

Category: Living

Considering the immense popularity of professional sports, it’s unsurprising that the hospitality industry boasts dozens of restaurants, resorts, and hotels designed to specifically cater to sports-obsessed individuals. And as video games and esports continue to skyrocket in popularity, it’s equally unsurprising to see the video game industry follow suit with its own video game-themed offerings — one of the most noteworthy of which is undoubtedly the forthcoming Atari Hotel in Las Vegas, which we’ve finally gotten a closer look at via some newly released artwork and information.

The first in a new line of hotels scattered across the US, the Vegas location — which was originally announced in early 2020 — is being designed and developed by Scottsdale, Arizona’s GSD Group in conjunction with Gensler and features an unmistakable cyberpunk aesthetic both inside and out — looking more like something you’d see in a video game than an actual hotel. In addition to neon and LED-lit rooms, the hotel will also feature a plethora of video-game related entertainment including augmented and virtual reality experiences, modern and old-school arcades, and a host of other amenities. To learn more about what the Atari Hotels have to offer, or to join their membership list, you can check out the link below.

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