"The 5,044 rooms (including 751 increasingly plush suites) in the main building are mostly done out with art deco-styled furnishings, designed to evoke backlot bungalows from Hollywood’s glamor age. They manage it pretty well, too, though you suspect Clark Gable and Louise Brooks would sooner be down the street at the Wynn. A fourth-floor guest services desk functions as an additional concierge, a massive plus in this huge hotel. However, the real luxury is elsewhere on the lot. First to arrive was the Mansion, which contains 29 handsomely appointed and even more handsomely priced villas. In 2005, the hotel added 51 Skylofts, vast, chic two-story suites designed by Tony Chi that remain among the town’s more fashionable temporary addresses. And then there’s the Signature, a luxurious condo-hotel development with three 576-suite towers. Rooms have jacuzzi tubs and balconies; guests also get access to private pool areas, among other perks. Brand new on the scene are a handful of Stay Well rooms, complete with vitamin C shower water, aromatherapy and EMF protection. Only in Las Vegas… "
|Venue name:||MGM Grand|
3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||at E Tropicana Avenue|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 201|