MGM Grand Las Vegas

3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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from $47.00 / night

If you wish to stay at one of the most massive and most classic Las Vegas resorts, choose the MGM Grand for your next trip. This resort is so expansive that, when it was opened in 1993, it was the largest resort complex in the entire world. Since then, it has dropped to the third-largest resort globally, even with its 6,800 rooms. In addition to the hotel complex being expansive, the casino is equally large. The MGM Grand casino is the largest on the Strip and in all of Clark County (the county in which Las Vegas is located). At the MGM Grand casino, you can play slots from one cent to one thousand dollars, or easily find poker with one to two dollar no limit capitals. There are also MGM Grand specialized casino hosts to elevate your gambling experience. These hosts are professionals- with experience hosting high rollers and the typical Las Vegas tourist alike. Finally, the MGM Grand also has excellent attractions and shows. KA by Cirque du Soleil is one of the finest Cirque shows on the Strip, and you can also catch Jabbawockeez or a David Copperfield Magic Show. Whatever you wish to do, just contact the MGM Grand Concierge service to assist you with reservations.

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Tower 1 Bedroom Suite

1 King Bed 775 sq feet Layout - Bedroom, living room, and sitting area Relax - In-room massage available Internet - WiFi Entertainment - 40-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels and pay movies Food & Drink - Room service (limited) and minibar Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and bed sheets Bathroom - Private bathroom, separate bathtub and shower, free toiletries, and a hair dryer Practical - Safe, iron/ironing board, and laptop workspace; free cribs/infant beds available on request Comfort - Fresh bed sheets (on request), fresh towels (on request), and climate-controlled air conditioning Eco-friendly - Eco-friendly toiletries, recycling bin, and LED light bulbs Need to Know - Housekeeping on request, toothbrush and toothpaste not available Non-Smoking

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Swimming Pools at the MGM Grand Las Vegas

MGM Grand truly lives up to its “grand” name in the form of its massive pool complex. Coming in at just under seven acres, the MGM Grand pool deck is one of the largest on the Strip. It features four pools and a Jacuzzi, and MGM Grand is one of the few pool decks that features a lazy river. Rent your little ones a raft to enjoy for a pool day, or get one for yourself to relax in while you make your way around the loops. Don’t forget about the cabanas and daybeds available for rent, which can house groups of up to eight. Looking for more action? Wet Republic is a famous dayclub experience that is found at MGM Grand. World-famous DJs like Martin Garrix and Steve Aoki have graced the pool stage, and the food selections available at the pool are as large as the party. Pool season generally runs from March to October on the Strip. However, the main pool at MGM Grand is open year-round for 365 days of sun-soaked fun, and the rest of the pools are open from March to November. Visiting the pool is as easy as booking a room at MGM Grand, where guests have exclusive, complimentary swim access.

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Balcony Options at the MGM Grand Las Vegas

While there aren’t many rooms at the MGM Grand that have balconies, there is a room that has a terrace. This room, with 1,300 square feet of inside space, also has an additional 800 square feet of outdoor terrace space. This outdoor patio is furnished with a table and chairs for enjoying appetizers before a night out. You’ll love the open air feel, and sweeping views of the Strip. Indoors, this room is made up of two levels, has a dining area for four people, a wet bar, and a whirlpool tub. To book this room, call a Luxury Reservations Specialist.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

Take your furry best friend with you when you stay at the MGM Grand. The resort offers "Doggie Butler Services" for additional fees. The four-legged accommodation options include a 10-minute check-in to see how your canine companion is doing while you are away, dog walking and Buddy's Box, which includes three dog treats, two toys and a bandana. Bring up to two dogs, as long as their weight does not exceed one hundred pounds combined. You’ll also have to pay an added $100 per dog per night fee if you choose to stay in a room. Should you choose a suite, that fee rises to $150 per dog per night. Do not leave your pup unattended if not in a crate, and contact concierge services if you would like a dog sitter.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas is a Child Friendly hotel

It is not uncommon to see kids visiting the Las Vegas Strip. In fact, it’s typical to see families with strollers on the sidewalks, catching a show at the Bellagio Fountains, or eating ice cream. Many of these families choose to stay at the MGM Grand. Your family will enjoy the large rooms, as well as many activities within the resort. There are five pools within the complex, along with a lazy river that flows over 1,000 feet. You can also take your family to a show. KA is the Cirque du Soleil show that the MGM Grand hosts, and features a mix of amazing martial arts and dance. The floor even lifts up and turns, letting the audience see the staged fight from above.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas is a Four Star hotel

The MGM Grand holds a well deserved 4 star rating. This is thanks to many things, especially their dining options which include a 3 Michelin Star Restaurant – Joel Robuchon. The MGM Grand has plenty to keep their guests busy, such an entertainment and nightlife. MGM is home to veteran day club Wet Republic Ultra Pool, providing the ultimate pool party featuring world-renowned DJs.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas is a cheap hotel

MGM Grand is within an affordable range of pricing for rooms. However, for the accommodations and amenities you get with each booking, you could consider this hotel an excellent value for what you pay for. In other words, the rooms are so nice and the suites so luxurious, you won’t mind paying the affordable prices.

Grand King and Grand Queen rooms sit comfortably under $100 per night, and there’s even a Strip view option for each one. Upgrading to an executive suite might only cost a few dollars more, but the elevation in experience is worth the price hike.

MGM Grand offers a diverse lineup of entertainment and dining to cater to guests of all budgets and tastes. Jabbawockeez tickets start at attractive low prices and are a family-friendly choice, as well as TopGolf’s huge, awesome driving range. Or, choose from over two dozen restaurants and eateries, from TAP Sports Bar to the MGM Grand Buffet and the ultra-affordable food court. For more cheap fun, head out to the pool to make memories of splashing in the sun on the Las Vegas Strip.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas is a Family Friendly hotel

Bring the whole family along with you to the MGM Grand. There is so much to do here outside of your rooms, which are already the perfect size for many families. Older children, teenagers, and adults will love going to attractions at Jabbawockeez, which showcases masked dancers and special effects.

Topgolf is also nearby, which is really fun for the entire family. Adults will enjoy grabbing a drink at one of the many bars, while challenging the whole family to the best drive.

You may also choose to host a family event here, like a wedding. MGM Grand has many options for you to think about when planning something like this. From standard meeting rooms, to wellness based areas, each experience will be personalized to your group.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas is on the South of the Strip

MGM Grand is right in the area that could be considered the south end of the Las Vegas Strip, or the southernmost part of the middle of the Strip. The massive complex certainly makes you feel like you’re in the center of everything. However, you’re still close enough to quickly leave the Strip area if you’d like.

North of the MGM Grand sits a few smaller resorts, like Polo Towers by Diamond Resorts and Marriott’s Grand Chateau. Across Las Vegas Boulevard is New York New York, and Park MGM. To the south, you’ll find the Tropicana and Excalibur. Almost everything is within walking distance, so be sure you’re ready to walk.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas has rooms with Jacuzzis

Having a jacuzzi, or jetted tub, in your room is an amenity many travelers search for in a vacation. There are rooms at the MGM Grand with this added luxury. Some of these rooms include the Tower Spa Suite, literally named for its wonderful bathroom layout and comfortable robes and slippers.

You can also get a whirlpool tub at the Stay Well Tower Spa Suite, which is similar to the Tower Spa Suite, but with added cleanliness features. Finally, you can also get your time in a private jet tub by booking the Two Bedroom Stay Well Suite. This room is already glamorous, and the tub takes it over the top.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

Choose from many different varieties of rooms at MGM Grand. If you have only one guest with you, you may stay in the West Wing King Room. This room is perfect if you plan to spend a few nights jamming at Hakkasan Nightclub.

If you have two other people staying with you, stay at the Grand King Room. This modern room has large windows. To ensure you get a view of the Las Vegas Strip, choose the Grand King Strip View at booking.

Coming with three other people? You’ll all fit in the Grand two Queen Strip View Room. The red decor feels luxurious, as do the pillow-top mattresses. You can also get a Strip view in this room by booking the indicated Strip view room.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

If you are planning your first trip to Las Vegas, you probably want to make sure you have a room with one of the best views in the country. Or, if this isn’t your first rodeo, you may want to make sure you have a room with a view you love. Either way, the MGM Grand has rooms available for you to see the Las Vegas Strip.

The Grand King Room and the Grand Two Queen Room have views of the Strip. To make sure you have this option, choose the “Strip View” indicated room at booking. The other guaranteed Strip view room is the Two Bedroom Marquee Suite. Not only will you enjoy looking out of your floor-to-ceiling windows at the Strip, but you will also love 1,500 of amazing luxurious spaces.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas has Suites

If you want the full MGM Grand experience, stay in a suite. There are a few one bedroom options for you to consider at booking.

For instance, if you have up to three people traveling with you, you can stay at the Executive King Suite. This room is comfortable, with a business desk and pull out couch. If you have another person in your party, book the Two Queen version of this suite.

Another option for up to four guests is the Tower One Bedroom Suite. The suite’s bedroom is private, tucked away from the living area. A dining area for four is also available, as well as a large living area to recline in.

If it is just you, or one other person in your party, you may want to consider the City View Suite. While this suite only allows two guests, it’s one of the biggest suites. Consider it for a honeymoon or best friend trip.

The MGM Grand has a hotel within a hotel, and that is called the SKYLOFTS. The SKYLOFTS have five star ratings all their own, and there is a one bedroom option. This One Bedroom Loft has 1,400 square feet of luxury and personalized service.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas has Two Bedroom Suites

There are three two bedroom options at the MGM Grand. The first is the Two Bedroom Stay Well Marquee Suite. This room has all of the Spa features of a Stay Well room, with the added amenities of huge windows, two king beds, and a whirlpool spa tub.

Another option for a two bedroom suite is the Two Bedroom Marquee Suite with views of the Strip. This room is amazing, with a grand foyer, bathrooms for each bedroom, oversized furniture, and more.

You can also book a SKYLOFTS Two Bedroom Loft. This two bedroom has 3,000 square feet. One of the bedrooms has a king bed, and the other has two queens. Enjoy added luxury via an Immersion Steam Shower, Nespresso Machine, and Bvlgari Bath amenities.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas has Three Bedroom Suites

The only option for those looking for a three bedroom suite at MGM Grand must look to the SKYLOFTS. Their largest room has three bedrooms, two with king beds and another with two queen beds. This room will have you and your seven guests feeling like the highest rollers in all of Las Vegas.

Enjoy specialized service like laundry and pressing, shoe shines, room service, and turndown services. Your bathroom will have an Immersion Steam Shower, an Infinity Edge Spa Tub, and a heated towel rack. Multiple cozy seating areas designed around cool, modern furniture are in abundance.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas has Penthouse Suites

You may be considering booking a Penthouse suite at the MGM Grand. There is one Penthouse suite in the entire hotel, though this room is a great choice. Call ahead to check on availability, and to inquire for more information.

The Penthouse City View Suite has only one bedroom, but sits in a luxurious 1,250 square foot room. The room also has a dining area with seating for four. Prepare and pour guests drinks at the glamorous wet bar. Enjoy in-room delicacies that will make your mouth water.

After your day of Las Vegas fun, return to your opulent master bathroom. This bathroom has an oversized Roman tub, plush robes, and slippers provided for you to unwind.

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More About MGM Grand Las Vegas

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With an instantly recognizable emerald green facade and dazzling architecture, the MGM Grand Las Vegas has been an essential landmark of the Las Vegas Strip for multiple decades. Its cinematic appearance—combined with its record-breaking room count—make this resort one of the most recognizable resorts in America, if not the world.

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History

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Since December 1993, this casino has bookended the Strip at its Tropicana intersection. At the time of its launch, it was the largest hotel complex in the world, and remains the largest single hotel in the United States to this day. The MGM Grand is a fixture in Hollywood films, and even with the competition of T-Mobile arena just across the Las Vegas Strip, A-list talent is a constant presence at the MGM Garden arena.

Before the MGM Grand existed in its current form, it was a smaller hotel named the MGM Marina, a stone’s throw from McCarran International Airport, now the Harry Reid International Airport. This hotel closed in 1990, but its bones remain part of the MGM Grand today. The MGM Grand was initially conceived as a more family-friendly resort in the ’90s with a Wizard of Oz theme. Now operated by Blackstone and MGM Resorts International, with subsidiaries like Diaoyutai MGM in China, this massive hotel casino has since evolved.

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Today, it is a luxurious complex that often hosts the world’s biggest stars at the MGM arena, invites flurries of nightclub-goers and A-list talent to the Hakkasan club every year, and allows for leisure and decadence in equal measure.

Calvin Harris and Tiësto have semi-permanent residencies at the Hakkasan club, and the famous illusionist David Copperfield calls this resort home as well. Family-friendly Jabbawockeez, the incredible Kà by Cirque Du Soleil and even a Hunger Games exhibition make a stay at MGM an immersive experience, and this is all before we even get to the amenities, which MGM Grand has many. This includes five outdoor pools, outdoor fun in the form of TopGolf and an impressive spa and fitness center.

The Resort

Rooms and Suites

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If you think 6,852 rooms sounds like a world record, it is. Though it has been edged out by just two resorts in Asia, the MGM Grand continues to hold the record domestically as one of the largest single hotels in the country. Your standard fare hotel rooms feel anything but standard, with luxurious views and plush bedding. MGM’s suites contain spacious sections with 180-degree views of the Las Vegas Strip. Much like other resorts like the Sahara, the MGM has so much to offer.

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The Mansion

Ultra exclusive, ultra glamorous and an overall feast for the senses, the Mansion at MGM Grand is a legendary series of 29 residences boasting Tuscan touches and bedrooms that go up to four. Atrium villas have balcony views of the lush Mediterranean gardens below, and the best in dining is front and center at The Mansion. For qualified guests only.

Fresh by StayWell

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Sometimes the flashing lights of the Vegas Strip can overwhelm the senses, and the Fresh rooms at MGM have everything you need to recharge and regroup. Thanks to the employment of practices by Deepak Chopra and the Mayo Clinic, you can detoxify with air purification, circadian lighting and de-chlorification of your water.

MGM Grand Conference Center

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This conference hall boasts 850,000 square feet of space for affairs big and small, equipped with award winning customer service and three floors of space. The center features luxe ballrooms like the Grand and Vista ballrooms.

Ballrooms

Marquee Ballroom

90,000 square feet of wide open space makes the Marquee ballroom ideal for any style of big gathering, like banquets, trade shows and receptions. The Marquee ballroom comes equipped with access to the latest technological and catering services.

Studio Ballroom

Located in the heart of the MGM Grand, the Studio ballroom gives you 10,000 square feet of space conveniently located near the MGM’s shopping and retail area. With a 900 person capacity, the Studio ballroom is perfect for private receptions and corporate events.

MGM Garden Arena

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Madonna, Lana Del Rey and Garth Brooks are just some of the stars who have played at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. This stunning space holds a capacity of 17,000 people. It can serve as an exhibition space or a site for elegant ceremonies and dinners.

Pools

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The MGM Grand has significant bragging rights when it comes to their pool complex, at a stunning 6.5 acres of four separate sites of shimmering waters, whirlpool, and even  a lazy river. Eat, drink, lounge and take a few selfies at the cabana rentals, and be  sure to pack plenty of sunscreen for the intense UV rays of the Las Vegas summer sun.

The MGM Grand pools are a staple of any summer time stay at the MGM Grand, and with heat waves reaching the triple digits, you will want some TLC time underneath the waterfalls, with maybe a cocktail or two.

Cabanas and Daybeds

Make the MGM pool experience a personal, comfortable one, with a daybed or cabana rental. You can expect towel service, snacks, a generous beverage credit, personalized bottle service, views of the pool complex and flat screen TVs. These cabanas fit groups of up to eight.

Wet Republic Pool Parties

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An experience for the serious daytime partygoer, the Wet Republic Pool Parties at the MGM Grand are a memory making immersion, with the hottest DJs, decorated bungalows, signature cocktails and VIP bottle service. When in season, it is one of the hottest spots to be in town. DJs like Tiësto, Zedd, and Steve Aoki are just some of the Wet Republic names you could catch for a summertime celebration unlike any other.

Theaters

The MGM Grand has several theaters, each home base for an assortment of dazzling shows that attract thousands of guests every week. Among these are the David Copperfield Theater, with an intimate seating arrangement of just about 740 guests.

Kà by Cirque Du Soleil theater is an impressive, innovative theater that will blow your mind, should you be lucky enough to attend the show. This colorful ensemble is fortified with a theatrical, unique stage setup.

Parking

Parking for MGM Grand guests is part of the 24 hour parking fee and provides in and out privileges, which can be charged to your room.

Self parking and valet apply to this fee, and it can be used at MGM resorts throughout Las Vegas, allowing you the convenience to park wherever you choose at any MGM resort. For short term parking, the first hour is free, with a $12 charge for one to four hours, and $15 for four to 24 hours after that. There is an $18 fee for any parking over 24 hours. Nevada residents received complimentary parking for the first 3 hours and then are subject to the above rates.

Valet rates are as follows:  Zero to Two hours: $18 Monday through Thursday, $20 from Friday to Sunday. Two to Four hours: $20 Monday through Thursday, $22 Friday to Sunday Four to 24 hours: $26 Monday through Thursday, $30 Friday through Sunday Over 24 hours daily rate: $26 Monday through Thursday, $30 Friday through Sunday

Transportation

Executive Transportation is an MGM Grand partner, and they provide limousine service through the concierge for your convenience, right from the MGM Grand entrance. Avis Rental has a spot inside the MGM Grand, and Taxi assistance is available from the MGM Grand entrance as well. Don’t forget about the Las Vegas Monorail as well.

The Grand Salon

The Grand Salon at MGM Grand is available for anyone’s glam-squad needs. With mobile hair and makeup artists in the comfort of your room, as well as styling, updos, blow dry, keratin treatments and nail services.

Grand Spa and Fitness Center

This beautiful spa has eight treatment rooms, with saunas, facial therapies, whirlpools and a selection of massage treatments for those achy muscles and joints. Be sure to make a reservation, or even take advantage of in-room services.

Restaurants

If you are looking for a wide open selection of dining options, the MGM Grand continues its theme of bigger is better. Check out the following delectable restaurants you can enjoy at MGM Grand. With so many, you may have to come back for multiple trips to hit them all.

Tom Colicchio’s Craft Steak

This steakhouse is backed by Top Chef powerhouse Tom Colicchio, with award winning dishes sure to make your mouth water. Ingredients are sourced from family farms all around the country. In addition to delectable steak, you can also enjoy salmon, lobster, monkey bread dessert and delicious bourbon from the drink menu.

Crush

The famous Morton family created this American cuisine restaurant in a lively setting, boasting delectable dishes like an eight-ounce filet Mignon, Ahi Tuna and delicious flatbreads. Located at the heart of the MGM Grand, this one is a hard one to miss.

Morimoto Las Vegas

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This is a contemporary Japanese restaurant with a commitment to elegance and presentation. The sushi here is top-notch, as is the Buri Bop, which is yellowtail cooked to perfection on rice.

Nellie’s Southern Kitchen

Southern dining is at its best at Nellie’s, which gives you classics from the American heartland like fresh biscuits, pulled pork and chicken and waffles. You can find Nellie’s right in front of the MGM Grand Garden Arena entrance.

MGM Grand Buffet

For casual, simplified experiences for those of us with a bottomless appetite, MGM has a classic Vegas buffet that runs the gamut from fresh pizza to fresh vegetables, honoring everyone’s cravings.

Cabana Grill – Poolside Dining

Fresh dishes for the summer are available poolside at the MGM Grand, with sampler plates, tacos and sugar-conscious cocktails.

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Joël Robuchon

French cuisine is always a treat, and Joël Robuchon’s award winning menu means you are getting some of the best dining on the Strip. For the most educated taste palettes out there, Robuchon’s Five-Diamond taste. We are talking caviar, crispy frog legs and sauteed veal for the most refined foodies out there.

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

Here, the aforementioned luxe dishes are prepared right in front of you for an immersive, unforgettable and glamorous experience. Simply put, this is one of the best dinners on the Strip. READ MORE: Here Are Some Of The Best Restaurants On The Strip In Las Vegas »

Grand Wok Noodle Bar

This easy going-restaurant provides you with traditional Asian cuisine like wok-tossed noodles, various tofu dishes and black pepper beef.

International Smoke

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Ayesha Curry and Chef Michael Mina are powerhouse BBQ aficionados, with restaurants in Northern and Southern California, and now at the MGM Grand as well. Enjoy smoky meats and craft cocktails at this ultra-trendy eatery.

TAP Sports Bar

Grab a burger and a beer the American way at this casual, decked-out sports bar, perfect for football nights and special sporting events in town. Enjoy 60 flat-screen TVs playing every sporting event you can imagine, as well as the most savory beers on tap.

Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill

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Wolfgang Puck is a ubiquitous presence in the culinary world—and for good reason. He adds his signature touch at this casual bar and grill, with delectable pizzas, flat iron steak and tart linguini.

Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House

Emeril LaGasse brings Creole cuisine to Las Vegas and the Strip is richer for it. This fish house brings you amazing shellfish dishes, pork, steak and chicken options, as well as classics like gumbo and jumbo shrimp.

Avenue Cafe

For quick, on-the-go dining and breakfast on the Strip, the Avenue Cafe brings you retro style, sandwiches, burgers, fries and mimosas.

Pieology 

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Take control of your pizza pie by building your own dish here at Pieology.

Greek Sneek 

Healthy and savory dishes courtesy of Chef William DeMarco means you are getting the best gyros and baklava on the Strip, as well as native spirits and cocktails.

Bars

Ambra Bar

Grab some live music and incredible craft cocktails at this upscale Italian joint located in MGM Grand, complete with a funky, swirling orange bar that appears to be made of liquid.

Whiskey Down

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You will find over four dozen different bourbons, scotches and whiskeys at Whiskey Down, whether they be Irish, American or Canadian.

Losers Bar

Enjoy live country music and the best beers on tap at the Losers Bar, located in The District, where you can bump elbows with country fans and musicians alike.

32° (TEMPORARILY CLOSED)

There’s no bad time for a slushie in Las Vegas—especially during the summer months. Stop by 32° for “a taste of summer all year round.”

Fat Tuesday

You may have been living under a rock if you are unfamiliar with Fat Tuesday, but it’s never too late to enjoy their delicious daiquiris and other delicious frozen drinks straight from the Mardi Gras parade.

Centrifuge

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This hip bar is located in the casino and shaped like a circle for a 180° unique experience right in the heart of the MGM grand. Bumping the coolest beats and boasting an alluring art installation, it is the best place to enjoy a drink on the casino floor.

Lobby Bar

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If you are ready to hit the bar as soon as you walk into the MGM Grand, you can’t do much better than the Lobby Bar with its casual atmosphere and a lengthy list of cocktail options and specialty drinks.

Entertainment

Las Vegas thrives on luck, merriness and above all, A-grade talent, resulting in so many places to go on the Vegas Strip.

Shows

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Vegas is notorious for having a rotation of shows that always delight. Here is the current roaster of shows.

Shows at MGM Grand David Copperfield — See the household name of magicians, only at MGM Grand. Jabbawockeez — Experience dancing with sharpness and perfection like nothing you’ve ever seen before. Kà by Cirque Du Soleil — Cirque du Soleil presents a definitive story through stunning acrobatics and theatrics. Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club — See the man himself—along with hordes of other talent—at Brad Garrett’s self-named comedy club

Activities and Exhibits

The Hunger Games Exhibit 

The Hollywood Franchise gets a front and center exhibit at the MGM Grand, complete with an exploratory experience that includes stunning artistic recreations, top-of-the-line technology and highlighting of the famous costuming and set recreations from the film.

Virtual Reality at Level Up

Once you put on your goggles, you are transported into a mesmerizing interactive world of gaming that will blow your mind. Fight zombies, head off outbreaks and battle killer drones as you lose yourself in this immersive simulation.

Topgolf

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Work on your swing and show off for your friends at Topgolf, but don’t forget you can enjoy a beer while you do so.

Casino

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MGM Resorts M Rewards card gives you points for every dollar spent, and the more you play, the more you are likely to reap massive benefits from being a member. The formerly-named M Life program is an essential part of your wallet, so we highly encourage you to sign up and begin accruing perks. Be sure to get all the information about the M Rewards program by reading more about the MGM Grand casino.

Shopping

America!

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Whether you find the Las Vegas Strip to be a vital part of American history or not, there is no denying that history is constantly made on the Strip. Enjoy American memorabilia and unique gifts at this treasure trove shop of souvenirs.

CBS Television City

Get awesome, unique apparel from classic CBS TV shows here.

Essentials

Sundries, snacks and last-minute needs are what you’ll find here.

Front Page Newsstand

Conveniently located next to guest elevators, this shop has tobacco, newspapers, sundries, sodas and toiletries to keep you covered.

Grand and Company

Souvenirs, sundries and daily essentials are what you will find here at the Main Lobby.

Grand Sports

Get the coolest apparel for Vegas’s iconic sports teams like the Vegas Golden Knights and the Las Vegas Raiders.

Jabbawockeez Store

After seeing this phenomenal show, bring home some memorabilia and souvenirs from the Jabbawockeez store.

Kà Boutique

You will find a vast selection of Cirque Du Soleil memorabilia and souvenirs at this store.

Harley Davison

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Bikers, welcome to your oasis. Get all the hottest Harley Davidson branded gear here at the Harley Davidson Store, whether it be leather, shoes, belts and other assorted gifts.

Maceoo Paris

This luxury store is essential for the elegant, traveling male. Macceo boasts a selection of the finest suits, athleisure and fragrances—you can even make your own—along with dinner jackets, blazers and personalized tailors.

Misura

At Misura, you can find luxe menswear courtesy of renowned brands like Fossil, Under Armour, Tommy Bahama and Hugo Boss.

Nectar Bath Treats

You will find hand-crafted, artful bath and soap products to keep your skin in great condition during your stay at MGM—all with a cruelty free touch.

Pandora

Discover gorgeous, handcrafted jewelry at Pandora, perfectly suited for the innovative, elegant people in your life.

Paradiso

Find luxe designs by Ray Ban and Betsey Johnson at Paradiso, a trendy store that seamlessly does great business casual to swimwear all in one store.

Quiksilver

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Before you hit the pool, check out Quiksilver’s swimwear and summer attire.

Reviv

Long night? Fun night? Reviv is here to replenish your vitamins and minerals with hydrating IV infusions and energizing vitamin drinks to keep you in fighting shape.

Rocks The Jewelers

Find a beautiful, classic selection of jewelry and watches at Rocks.

The Beauty Shop

For the most essential beauty and skincare needs, check out the Beauty Shop for a quick rejuvenation and restoration.

Welcome to Las Vegas

Find the coolest, kitschiest souvenirs at Welcome To Las Vegas, with novelty items, apparel and decorative art.

The Future of MGM Grand

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2022 stands to be a huge year for the MGM Grand as the world slowly emerges from what has been an intense two years of restrictions and readjustments. Nick Cannon will bring his Wild ‘N Out Tour to the MGM Grand in June to kick off the summer, and the 2022 Grammys may even be bringing their ceremony to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in the spring after a postponement. This crown jewel of the Las Vegas Strip is not going anywhere anytime soon and travelers and locals alike are grateful for it.

 

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Rewards Program

MGM Resorts International’s MGM Rewards program is a loyalty program that offers benefits at all 10 MGM-owned casino properties in Las Vegas, Nevada. The MGM Rewards program contains two levels: M Life Rewards and M Life Rewards MasterCard.

M Life Rewards Elite Status

M Life Rewards members can earn status with the Mlife Rewards program through their play and stays at MGM-owned properties. There are five tiers: Sapphire, Pearl, Gold, Platinum, and Noir.

  • You start out in the Sapphire tier upon creating an account. This tier gets you mobile check-in and personalized offers and room discounts. When you create your account you also are now able to earn points that will get you comps and other things on the Strip.
  • The next tier is the Pearl tier and you need 25,000 tier credits to reach this level. You’ll now get 10% more points earned playing slots, an extension on when your points would expire from no activity, and a dedicated line at participating buffets. You also get access to all the Sapphire perks.
  • At 75,000 tier credits, you’ll now reach Gold tier. You’ll be able to experience everything Pearl has to offer along with an increased 20% bonus on points earned playing slots and a priority hotel check-in line at the front desk.
  • Platinum tier is obtained at 200,000 tier credits. You can reap all the benefits from the tiers below along with a now 30% bonus on points earned playing slots, priority access to valet and taxis, and an annual complimentary cruise on Royal Caribbean or Celebrity Cruises.
  • Noir is for the hot shots. This status is invitation-only and if you’re lucky enough to be invited, you’ll get 40% bonus on your slots played, guaranteed advance hotel and restaurant reservations, and complimentary limousine service to and from the airport to your hotel.

Earning M Life Points and Tier Credits

M Life is a little confusing when it comes to earning points or redeeming them. Each game gets you different amounts of points, then that will change based on what tier level you are, and for redemptions, it depends on if you’re local or traveling to Las Vegas and they run promotions all the time to give you opportunities for more comps.

Let’s explain the two types of rewards for M Life though.

  1. Base Points – this is what will earn you free plays at slots and video poker and also give you Express Comps, which can be used on hotel room charges, dining, or entertainment. There is no structure to earning or spending this as it depends on your status, where you’re located, and the promotions running at the moment.
  2. Tier Credits – this determines the elite status that you have within the M Life program. You get tier credits based on your play like base points, but also can earn tier credits when booking hotels and spending money on other non-gaming activities like dining and entertainment.

Players are able to track their tier levels and comps through the Mlife Rewards program online account (on the website).

The MGM Resorts properties that participate in the M Life Rewards program include Bellagio, Delano Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, The Mirage, Monte Carlo, New York-New York, Luxor, Excalibur, and Circus Circus.

You can also sign in to M Life Rewards and check your status anytime to see if you have access to special room rates and offers.

High Roller Areas

MGM Grand now has two areas where customers can play high-limit slots, tables games, and/or poker.

The first MGM Grand high roller area is located on the top floor of the casino near the sportsbook. The space holds around 10 tables, including blackjack, roulette, baccarat, mini-baccarat, and a craps table.

The second MGM Grand high roller area is located near the sportsbook and the rooms on level 8. The High Limit Room is located on level 8 of the MGM Grand. The room holds around 50 slot machines, including penny slots to high-limit slots that require a large bet.

Some of these games include Wheel of Fortune Millionaire, IGT Megabucks Diamond progressive, Wheel Of Fortune Hollywood Squares, and Jurassic Park.

Admission to the high rollers areas is offered on a first-come, first-served basis; there is no need to use Mlife Rewards cards or tickets for admission.

Casino Hosts

MGM Grand Las Vegas has a team of casino hosts that work to provide the best service for their high rollers, as well as their honored guests.

These hosts have many years of experience working in the MGM Resorts casinos. Hosts are available for guests who want to dine at a certain restaurant, reserve hotel accommodations, or receive show tickets.

MGM Grand hosts are available around the clock every day of the year. They provide high rollers with gambling information and help players who need assistance with their Mlife accounts.

Credit Lines

MGM Resorts International offers some of the best credit lines in Las Vegas.

Some MGM Grand properties offer credit lines at around $100,000 per customer. These casino hosts are able to increase or decrease these lines depending on their customers’ needs. High rollers are able to ask the casino hosts for an increase in credit or to have a line that they can use on several tables at once.

Credit lines are offered to customers based on their play. This play can be tallied through Mlife, which is MGM’s player rewards program. Customers using the Mlife card will have information stored so they do not have to keep track of every time they gamble.

The casino host can see everything these players have bet previously by logging into the account. The host can then approve the credit line increase after seeing that the customer has been playing for a while and is a valued part of the casino.

Rooms

MGM Grand features the sports lounge, Level Up. The sports lounge is located on Level 8 of the casino. The lounge features a number of large screens for football, baseball, basketball, and other sporting events.

There are several couches in the room that create social areas perfect for watching parties. Free chips and salsa are offered to customers while they watch games at this sports lounge.

You’ll also find the MGM Grand Poker Room, which has 28 tables and is one of the biggest poker rooms in Las Vegas. The poker room is open 24 hours a day and features low-stakes tables, as well as high-stakes tables.

Poker tournaments are held every day at the MGM Grand Poker Room. Customers can participate in No-Limit Hold ‘Em, Pot Limit Omaha, Seven Card Stud, and Seven Card Stud Hi-Lo Split games for regular events. The poker room also offers daily tournaments with buy-ins ranging from $75 to $1,500.

If you would rather play table games, there are plenty of options available. Table games offered at the MGM Grand include blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, Asian games, Three Card Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Casino War, Money Wheel, Caribbean Stud poker, Let it Ride Bonus Poker and Ultimate Texas Hold ‘Em.

With plenty of games to choose from, there’s always room for you at one of these tables.

Games at MGM Grand

Table Games

Long-time veterans and new table gamers can join together at the MGM Grand to enjoy the high-energy atmosphere and non-stop action. Here are some of the games they offer:

No-Limit Hold ‘Em

No-Limit Hold ‘Em is one of the most popular games that is offered at MGM Grand. This game is perfect for those who like to wager big and watch their chips stack up as they play. Players play against each other in this game and can wager any amount they like at any point when it’s on them.

In Texas Hold ‘Em, you get dealt two cards, which are called pocket cards. Everyone is dealt two pocket cards. Five community cards are shared by everyone as well. The players then decide which of their seven total cards they want to use to make a poker hand out of the five community cards and their own personal hole cards that nobody can see but them.

Pot-Limit Omaha

Pot-Limit Omaha is a game in which you’ll use four cards for your hand and the best five-card poker hand out of those four cards will win. Pot Limit Omaha is played with a minimum bet of one big blind and a maximum bet of three big blinds. This means that between you and your opponents, there must be at least one big blind.

Seven Card Stud

Seven Card Stud is a poker game in which you are dealt seven cards throughout the course of the game. You use those seven cards to make your best five-card hand. The game starts when each player is dealt two pocket cards. Then, three community cards are placed face-up in the middle of the table. This draw round is followed by a betting round, where players can wager or fold their hand. The next draw round consists of one card being dealt to each player, then another betting round.

The final draw round consists of a single card being dealt to each player, and then a final betting round. After the final betting round, there is a showdown where players combine their best five-card hands from the pocket cards and community cards in order to win.

Players who prefer high-stakes action will love the stakes that MGM Grand offers for this table game.

Roulette

Roulette is one of the most common games found at MGM Grand. The casino offers both American roulette and three-card European roulette. American roulette is your traditional game of chance, with 37 pockets on the wheel. Players are able to make their bets before the ball is dropped.

European roulette uses a single-zero wheel, making it easier for players because they know that there is only one pocket in which the ball can land.

Craps

Craps is one of the more complicated games at MGM Grand. Players have several choices when they sit down to play this casino favorite.

The basic bets in craps are Pass Line Bet, Come Bet, Don’t Come Bet, and a Field Bet. A Pass Line bet has a house edge of 1.4% while a Come Bet has a house edge of 2.7%. Don’t Come bets have a house edge of 1.4% and a Field bet has a house edge of 11%.

The best way to play craps is with an optimum strategy, which requires players to have incredible luck or be an expert at the game. In order to achieve optimum play, players must overcome the house edge and will only be successful with a few rolls of the dice.

Baccarat

This game is another favorite at MGM Grand. The game features three types of bets: Player, Banker, and Tie.

The player will be on the offensive during this game while the banker tries to make sure they do not lose their money. There are six hands players can make, including Player 0, Player 1, Player 2, Banker 0, Banker 1, and Tie.

With four hands in play at a time, the house edge is pretty low for this game with a House Advantage of 1.06%. The best way to play baccarat is to bet on the tie every time it is offered because that will give the player a house edge of 0.24%.

Pai Gow Poker

This is a popular casino poker game that requires players to make one high hand and one low hand from their seven-card hand. The best way to play this game is in a team with other players, because it allows for a number of strategies to be used. The game has a low house edge of 1.41%.

Slots

With options from penny slots to $1,000 a spin, MGM Grand has a wide selection of slots, video poker, and electronic table games.

Progressive Slots

Many of the slots at MGM Grand will offer a progressive jackpot in which players can win large amounts of money. Some of these progressive jackpots can reach over 1 Million Dollars.

High Limit Slots

MGM Grand has high-limit slots available for experienced players who are looking to have some fun while betting large amounts of money.

Electronic Table Games

If you are looking for a simple bet, MGM Grand has you covered with their electronic table games. These include Blackjack Switch, Casino War Classic, Double Exposure Blackjack, Let it Ride Bonus Poker, Pai Gow Tiles.

The house edge for many of these bets falls between 2% and 3%.


MGM Grand Las Vegas Reviews

4.3

Excellent

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Rated 4.3/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Very good luxury hotel. Close to Las Vegas Strip. Located near shopping areas with easy access to parking.

Location
4.1 / 5
2679 reviews
Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is a hassle. Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is a hassle. Near to downtown with good options for sightseeing. Standard parking prices. Near to public transport and the airport.
Service
3.5 / 5
3964 reviews
Acceptably professional staff and mediocre bar service. Reception, housekeeping and restaurant service were adequate. Acceptably professional staff and mediocre bar service. Reception, housekeeping and restaurant service were adequate. Good and friendly pool/beach service. Recreation staff is nice. Hotel security is ok. Room service could have been improved. Management should be more attentive. Valet service is ok. Booking process should be better organized. Concierge service is average. Shuttle service is ok.
Breakfast
2.5 / 5
135 reviews
Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional. Breakfast is reasonably priced, but not exceptional.
Comfort
2.5 / 5
1581 reviews
Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise. Room and bathroom sized adequately. Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise. Room and bathroom sized adequately.
Room
2.5 / 5
5925 reviews
Rooms are of average size, but badly-maintained and untidy, with complaints about the beds. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Rooms are of average size, but badly-maintained and untidy, with complaints about the beds. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Great balconies with great views, but there are complaints about the age of the rooms and the minibars. Substandard furniture, A/C, TV's and kitchenettes. Shower can be a problem.
Cleanliness
2.3 / 5
2747 reviews
Rooms, bathrooms and dining area all need more cleaning. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Rooms, bathrooms and dining area all need more cleaning. Moderately clean hotel facilities. Moderately clean pool area. Wellness & sports facilities could use better cleaning.
Value
2 / 5
1614 reviews
Value for money could be better. Food and beverages are pricey. Value for money could be better. Food and beverages are pricey. Acceptable breakfast prices. Free internet.
WiFi
1.8 / 5
87 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Free internet. Wifi quality could be improved. Free internet.

Good to know

  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Friendly service

Rated 3.7/5 based on reviews from families.

Recreation staff is nice.Wonderful sightseeing.

Location
3.8 / 5
364 reviews
Great location with excellent sightseeing. Parking is rare. Great location with excellent sightseeing. Parking is rare. Standard parking prices. Good access to airport.
Pool
3.5 / 5
227 reviews
Acceptable pools with some cleanliness complaints. Acceptable pools with some cleanliness complaints.
Service
3.2 / 5
590 reviews
Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping. Poorly managed with subpar restaurant service. Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping. Poorly managed with subpar restaurant service. Recreation staff is nice. Room service is average. Hotel security is ok. Concierge service is average. Booking process should be better organized. Valet service is ok.
Comfort
2.4 / 5
285 reviews
Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise. Large rooms with typical bathrooms. Poor beds, with complaints about A/C and noise. Large rooms with typical bathrooms.
Vibe
2.2 / 5
178 reviews
Atmosphere is friendly but the vibe is low. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere is friendly but the vibe is low. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Stylish hotel.
Breakfast
2.2 / 5
21 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Room
1.9 / 5
975 reviews
Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Spacious rooms with subpar beds and A/C. Outdated, rooms with poor cleanliness and maintenance. Spacious rooms with subpar beds and A/C. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Poorly-furnished with bad TV's, understocked minibars and unsightly kitchenettes. Shower can be a problem. Average view.
Value
1.8 / 5
260 reviews
Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced. Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced.
Cleanliness
1.8 / 5
471 reviews
Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Problems with cleanliness in rooms, bathrooms, and pool area. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
WiFi
1.2 / 5
15 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Recreation staff is nice
  • Wonderful sightseeing
  • Good access to airport
  • Friendly service

Rated 3.6/5 based on reviews from couples.

Luxurious Hotel.Good access to airport.

Location
4.2 / 5
194 reviews
Great location near the airport. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Great location near the airport. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Good restaurants & bars in the area.
Service
3 / 5
179 reviews
Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping. Recreation staff is nice. Service is acceptably professional but very friendly, with decent reception and housekeeping. Recreation staff is nice.
Comfort
2.7 / 5
163 reviews
Mediocre comfort, room sizes and beds. Decent-sized bathrooms, but noisy rooms and insufficient A/C. Mediocre comfort, room sizes and beds. Decent-sized bathrooms, but noisy rooms and insufficient A/C.
Vibe
2.4 / 5
93 reviews
Atmosphere is friendly but the vibe is low. Hotel could use some updating. Atmosphere is friendly but the vibe is low. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Stylish hotel.
Breakfast
2.4 / 5
13 reviews
Breakfast can be improved. Breakfast can be improved.
Room
2.2 / 5
443 reviews
Poorly maintained rooms, with substandard TV's, minibars, and kitchenettes. Rooms adequately-sized with alright beds and some views. Poorly maintained rooms, with substandard TV's, minibars, and kitchenettes. Rooms adequately-sized with alright beds and some views. Old, poorly maintained rooms with substandard A/C and furnishings. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Shower can be a problem.
Cleanliness
2.1 / 5
158 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Value
1.8 / 5
113 reviews
Value for money could be better. Value for money could be better.
WiFi
1.4 / 5
8 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Luxurious Hotel
  • Bad snacks
  • Good access to airport
  • Breakfast can be improved

Rated 3.5/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Location
4.1 / 5
45 reviews
Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy. Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy.
Service
3.4 / 5
58 reviews
Service is average, but very friendly. Decent reception and housekeeping. Service is average, but very friendly. Decent reception and housekeeping.
Comfort
2.6 / 5
31 reviews
Rooms adequately-sized and relatively comfortable but too noisy. Rooms adequately-sized and relatively comfortable but too noisy.
Vibe
2.5 / 5
21 reviews
Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Vibe is not too good. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive.
Room
2.4 / 5
107 reviews
Complaints about maintenance and cleanliness in rooms and bathrooms. Rooms look old, with poor kitchenettes, minibars and furniture. Complaints about maintenance and cleanliness in rooms and bathrooms. Rooms look old, with poor kitchenettes, minibars and furniture. Average-sized rooms with alright beds. Shower can be a problem.
Value
2 / 5
35 reviews
Value for money could be better. Value for money could be better.
Cleanliness
1.8 / 5
61 reviews
Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Bathrooms and rooms are untidy. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.

Good to know

  • Facilities in need of refurbishment
  • Bathroom needs cleaning
  • Rooms could be cleaner
  • Hotel could use some updating

Rated 3.5/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Beautiful architecture.Stylish hotel.

Location
4 / 5
44 reviews
Great location. Great location.
Service
3.2 / 5
63 reviews
Service is average, but very friendly. Decent reception and housekeeping. Service is average, but very friendly. Decent reception and housekeeping.
Vibe
2.6 / 5
22 reviews
Decent vibe. Hotel could use some updating. Decent vibe. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is not particularly attractive.
Comfort
2.5 / 5
27 reviews
Uncomfortable, noisy, average sized rooms with subpar beds. Uncomfortable, noisy, average sized rooms with subpar beds.
Amenities
2.5 / 5
34 reviews
Buildings are not very nice, with an unimpressive entrance, but the amenities are okay. Buildings are not very nice, with an unimpressive entrance, but the amenities are okay.
Room
2.1 / 5
99 reviews
Inadequately cleaned and maintained rooms and bathrooms. Old rooms with low rated beds, minibars and furniture. Inadequately cleaned and maintained rooms and bathrooms. Old rooms with low rated beds, minibars and furniture. Decent views and room sizes. Shower can be a problem.
Cleanliness
2.1 / 5
36 reviews
Rooms could be cleaner. Hotel facilities could use a good clean. Rooms could be cleaner. Hotel facilities could use a good clean.
Value
1.5 / 5
26 reviews
Value for money could be better. Value for money could be better.
WiFi
1.1 / 5
6 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Beautiful architecture
  • Stylish hotel
  • Complaints about WiFi
  • Food is a bit overpriced

FAQs about MGM Grand Las Vegas Hotel

Where is MGM Grand Las Vegas?

MGM Grand Las Vegas is found at 3799 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

Does MGM Grand have a hot tub for its guests?

Yes, MGM Grand features spa suites with whirlpool tubs.

Does MGM Grand have a buffet?

Yes, MGM Grand has a signature buffet. Read more to explore the best buffets on the Strip.

When does the MGM Grand pool open?

The pool at MGM Grand is open year-round, as one of the premier pools on the Strip. The lazy river is open seasonally.

How big is MGM Grand Las Vegas?

With over 6,000 rooms and over two dozen restaurants, MGM Grand is one of the largest resorts on the Strip.

What is near MGM Grand on the Strip?

MGM Grand is near other big-name hotels on the Strip such as New York-New York and OYO, as well as amazing attractions for travelers of all types.