The Las Vegas hotel room used in the deaths of 58 people will continue to remain unoccupied.
Stephen Paddock opened fire earlier this month from the corner suite on Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino’s 32nd floor before taking his own life, and the hotel says it will not rent the room again.
“This was a terrible tragedy perpetrated by an evil man. We have no intention of renting that room,” MGM Resorts International, which owns the property, said in a statement to the Las Vegas Sun.
It was not immediately clear whether the room will be used for some other purpose or be marked in any way with a remembrance of those who died on the concert grounds below the room.
MGM also owns those grounds across the street, where the Route 91 Harvest…