Peter Arnell, Fontainebleau Chief Brand and Design Officer, was at the preview ceremony announcing the opening of the Hall of Excellence, a collaboration between Jim and Fran Gray as well as Tom Brady, featuring a unique collection of sports memorabilia. Arnell, who has created the museum's architectural and exhibition design, has been quoted as saying that they are effectively creating a museum within a hotel and that this addition is as authentic as the hotel.
Fontainebleau Las Vegas featured very special New Years Eve festivities including a live sold-out performance by Post Malone, a Times Square serenade by Paul Anka, Janelle Monáe performing at the newly launched Poodle Room and a rooftop fireworks celebration.
Upon its opening, Fontainebleau Las Vegas is receiving rave reviews for its success in evoking the look and feel of Fontainebleau Miami, with a design team led by Peter Arnell Design.
Fontainebleau Development President Brett Mufson says, “Together with our team and Fontainebleau Development’s Chief Brand and Design Officer Peter Arnell, we are working to ensure that we are executing on the vision our CEO, Jeffrey Soffer, set forth for the property."
The resort’s groundbreaking trajectory is being set in collaboration with David Collins Studio, Rockwell Group, and the ingenuity of Jeffery Beers International, championed by industry luminaries including Brett Mufson, Peter Arnell and Jeff Leatham.