Last week, the Fontainebleau officially announced that it will open its doors on December 13th. The nearly 25-acre property is located near the northern end of the Las Vegas Strip. According to the article, reservations are open for those looking to stay at the property. The resort is 67-stories and is the tallest occupiable building in Nevada. There are over 3,500 rooms and suites available with multiple amenities. The property includes a 14,000 square foot fitness center, 55,000 square foot spa, and a 96,500 square foot luxury retail district. Additional resort amenities include indoor-outdoor meeting space and 150,000 square feet of gaming space. Since the Fontainebleau was first announced in 2007, it has gone through multiple different owners, an unsuccessful rebranding before returning to one of the original developers, Jeffrey Soffer. Fontainebleau is looking to hire over 6,000 workers to prepare for their opening in December.