Two broken windows still stare down at the rest of Las Vegas and it's a continuous reminder of the horrific event that occurred.
Many have wondered what will happen to the room that not only did the shooter kill 59 people and injure over 500, he also took his own life in. So what is to be done with a room that contained such evil and now contains sickening memories?
Via Hollywood Unlocked:
Sunil Atreya, who has worked with many hotels hospitality groups said he believes, the room will be gutted, refurbished and renumbered, at a minimum. Or it could be transformed into something else, such as storage space or a boardroom. He suggested that Mandalay Bay would likely refurbish the entire floor.
“What is extremely important for them to do right now is repair those windows. As long as those windows are gaping open, it’s a reminder of the event,” Atreya said.
“Security continues to be a top priority at all of MGM Resorts as our Security team is working tirelessly to protect the safety of our guests and facilities,” MGM Resorts spokesperson Debra DeShong said in a statement.
“MGM Resorts works consistently with local and national law enforcement agencies to keep procedures at our resorts up to date, and are always improving and evolving,” DeShong added. “We continue that close working relationship now during the ongoing investigation into this tragic incident.”
Everyone who was staying on the same floor has been, or is getting moved to new rooms so renovations can begin as quickly as possible.