MGM Resorts International has unveiled the designs for the 74 suites that are due to feature in its coming $1.3 billion MGM National Harbor hotel and casino development just south of Washington, DC.

Scheduled to open during the fourth quarter in the Maryland suburb of the same name, the 308-room MGM National Harbor will feature 135,000 sq ft of gaming space alongside suites ranging in size from 588 sq ft to 3,210 sq ft and offering distinct locations, layouts and amenities for unique guest experiences.

“We spent a great deal of time conceptualizing our suite experience to ensure guests not only enjoy the level of luxury MGM Resorts International offers at our properties worldwide but also creates a seamless connection to our beautiful surroundings,” said Bill Boasberg, General Manager for MGM National Harbor. “I’m confident our guests will appreciate the thoughtful detail in every suite including towering windows with amazing views of the Capital Region.”

Developed by New York City-based design studio GAIA, the suites are being constructed from locally-sourced materials with MGM Resorts International stating that there has been “particular emphasis” on using “beautiful light-colored wood”. To save energy when guests are not present, each room will also be equipped with auto-adjusting temperature and lighting capabilities while bathrooms are to be integrated with custom polished-chrome water-saving fixtures as well as mirror-mounted LED lighting. In addition, every suite is to offer wi-fi and Bluetooth technology as standard so that guests may stay connected with their family, friends and business colleagues.

The two-bedroom Chairman Suites are set to be the largest offered at MGM National Harbor and will feature glass facades offering views toward Washington, DC, alongside a large living room, kitchen, bar, library, dining room and standalone oval bathtubs. Slightly smaller at 2,462 sq ft, the Presidential Suites will come complete with six-person dining tables and seating areas for social and business gatherings while additionally featuring all-glass walls for views over the Potomac River.

At 1,536 sq ft, the one-bedroom Capital Suites are to come complete with 75-inch high-definition televisions in their large living rooms while floor-to-ceiling windows will allow visitors to gaze into the center of Washington, DC. There will also be views from the similarly-sized Executive Corner Suites, which are to additionally offer four-person dining areas alongside plush round bedroom sofas.

Although smaller at 958 sq ft, the one-bedroom Corner Suites are set to be no less impressive with separate living rooms complete with televisions that will appear to be floating in air.

Wrapping up the suites will be the 797 sq ft and ADA-accessible King Suites, which are set to feature streamlined bathrooms complete with open showers, while MGM Resorts International declared that the 588 sq ft Executive Suites will offer the “cozy feel of an old-world sailing yacht with wood millwork throughout”.