The 5,044-room MGM Grand wrapped up a $160 million room-remodeling project, including 3,570 Grand King and Queen guest rooms and 642 suites, all in the hotel's main tower. Completion of the project, which began in October 2011, is a major step in the resort's "Grand Renovation." The new, modern design incorporates environmentally responsible elements, such as LED lighting, improved thermostats and solar shades, upgraded faucets and showers, and biodegradable bath amenities. The Stay Well collection, which will be ready late this month, includes 42 rooms and suites redesigned with a wellness theme. These rooms will offer amenities such as wake-up light therapy to reverse jet lag, and shower water infused with vitamin C. Next spring, the property will debut the Hakkasan Las Vegas Restaurant and Nightclub, an upscale dining and club venue run by Angel Management Group. Hakkasan will replace the recently closed Studio 54.