The Fox Sports Network will soon offer a new hotel bathroom renovation option to the company’s NFL coverage, with the remodeling of the Fox Sports Suite in downtown Las Vegas.
The Fox Sports suite in downtown Vegas, which was built in 2014, was renovated for the NFL coverage from mid-October to early December, according to a Fox Sports spokesperson.
The renovations were made using materials purchased from a contractor that also worked on the renovation of the MGM Grand, which is where the NFL’s Las Vegas stadium is located.
In the hotel room, the renovations will include a bathroom with a larger shower, a larger sink and a full-size tub, according the spokesperson.
It will be the second hotel bathroom to be renovated for NFL coverage in the past two years, according a spokesperson for Fox.
The first was the renovation at the Fox Plaza Hotel in the United Arab Emirates in October 2015.
The hotel room renovation will take place from November through March, and it is expected to be completed by March.
The team will also be renovating a locker room for the team, which will also open to the public this fall.
Fox Sports is a division of Walt Disney Co., which is owned by the Walt Disney Company.
The new hotel will have the capacity to accommodate 1,000 guests, and will also have access to the Fox Network studios, the studio team of Bill Simmons and Kevin Durant, the ESPN studio team, the Fox Studio and the studio crew, according an announcement from Fox Sports.
It also includes a full suite with private entrances, which includes a guest lounge, a kitchen, an indoor pool, a full bar and more.
The suite will also include a kitchenette.
The renovated Fox Sports suites have been in use since the late 1980s and the renovation will include an additional shower, additional sinks and a new wall, the spokesperson said.