CLIMATE FOR CULTURE
Foundation Room Las Vegas is more than great cuisine and a great view—it’s a place where Southern as well as Asian cultures live on and are celebrated.
The brainchild of Isaac Tigrett, a visionary, who in his youth was introduced to folk art by his mother, the Foundation Room is a tribute to world treasures; during a visit you’ll see wall paneling from the Kellogg estate, lighting fixtures and decor from St. Mary’s in London, discover the first work of Miami artist Pervis Young, paintings from Northern India, a Thai Buddha (it’s good luck to rub his ear) and so much more. The 12,000-square-foot space showcases more than a thousand antiquities.
Coupled with an international lounge and dinner menu featuring specialties from the areas represented in the décor, you’ll feel like you’ve traveled around the world and back in one visit—making it a destination worth checking off any bucket list.
Open from 5 pm nightly.