This month gallery takes us to the MGM Grand, a staple on the Strip after 20 years. The MGM Grand is marked by its trademark lion on the corner of Las Vegas Blvd. and Tropicana Ave. Pull into the porte cochere at MGM Grand. The lobby welcomes guests with a round, open space and the MGM Grand’s iconic lion.
A Stay Well room at the MGM Grand features clean and healthy amenities. The shower head is infused with vitamin C. An aromatherapy cube sits on the nightstand. An air purifier can be customized in the room. A button for ultra-bright wellness lighting is shown in a bathroom mirror. An executive king suite features an open space with a workstation, flat screen TV and seating. The executive king suite living area features a large couch, ottomans and large windows.
An faucet with a video screen advertises a vape shop in the restroom. The master bedroom in the SKYLOFT has ample space, a plush king bed and a huge window. The master bathroom offers bathtub relaxation and comfortable robes. The MGM Grand provides Bvlgari bath products in the SKYLOFT room.
The SKYLOFT bathroom accommodates for two comfortably with a massive vanity and two sinks. Guests have their own exercise room just off the master bedroom. A SKYLOFT room includes a large living area, plenty of seating and a flat screen TV with tons of natural lighting. The dining area in a SKYLOFT room seats 8-10 people comfortably.
A living/gaming area in the SKYLOFT room includes a pool table and bright decor. This is seating abounds in the SKYLOFT. The SKYLOFT room has an open layout with spacious hallways. The SKYLOFT room has an assortment of teas available as well.
The two-story Skyline Terrace suite hosts a crisp, modern bedroom. The second bedroom of a SKYLOFT room holds two twin beds with a floor-to-ceiling window. The interior of a two-story Skyline Terrace suite has chandeliers, projected television and pristine interior decor. Check out the view looking down in a two-bedroom, two-story SKYLOFT suite.
The second floor of the two-story Skyline Terrace suite looks over a long, elegant chandelier. The two-story Skyline Terrace suite boasts a wide open terrace with seating for dining or lounging. The two-bedroom SKYLOFT terrace overlooks the Strip. Relax in a private jacuzzi with a two-bedroom SKYLOFT. Lauren Correia mans the front desk at the Grand Spa at the MGM Grand. A relaxation room at the Grand Spa is accented with candles and soothing tones.
A spa suite at the Grand Spa includes lounge chairs, robes, a bath and plants. Guests pass through a peaceful hallway at the Grand Spa. Chef William DeMarco leads the restaurant Crush on site. Crush offers sharing plates from small dishes to pizzas to meat entrees. Crush has an extensive wine collection as well. Tom Colicchio brings the quintessential Vegas steakhouse with Craftsteak.
Opt for Japanese at Shibuya. Meals can be served hibachi style here. Michael Mina elevates American comfort food at Pub 1842. Pub 1842 offers a revolutionaryself-service, beer-on-tap table.
The bar boasts a wide selection of beers and spirits from around the world. Pub 1842 keeps an impressive amount of beer on tap. You’ll know when you’ve reached the famous Joel Robuchon. Have a more sophisticated dinner in the elegant French setting.
The restaurant features a living wall with live plants. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon is intended to offer the same exquisite food with a more accessible atmosphere. Tapas are prepared in front of guests, who have the option of dining from a tasting menu. The dining area in Hecho en Vegas is festive and fun.
The Mexican grill and cantina showcases Sonoran food. Blizz Crepes offers a sweet and casual dining option. FiAMMA Trattoria & Bar offers Italian from chef Vincenzo Scarmiglia.
Opened in 2013, Hakkasan nightclub was an instant hit for Vegas nightlife goers and celebrities. MGM Grand’s casino is one of the largest in the world. The Grand Pool Complex has its own lazy river. The 6.5 acre complex hosts four pools, three whirlpools, waterfalls, and daybeds and cabanas. An outpost of Cristophe Salon of Beverly Hills is also on site.
Guests can view the Convention Center from their stay at the MGM Grand. Shops and entertainment can be found in what’s known as The District. Interactive activities are available like CSI: The Experience. Even the front desk entertains. Share your feedback with CBS in Television City, a consumer research facility.