Park MGM Las Vegas

3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Call +1-702-403-1761
4.4

Excellent

13,712 reviews

from $75.00 / night

At the convergence of modern luxury and boutique hospitality is Park MGM, one of the Las Vegas Strip’s most diverse resorts and the gateway to Toshiba Plaza and the iconic T-Mobile Arena.

Featuring 2,700 guest rooms and suites, as well as the acclaimed NoMad Las Vegas’ 293 rooms and suites, Park MGM is an experience that caters to travelers of all tastes. Park MGM is the Las Vegas Strip’s first smoke-free resort, which offers guests a healthier stay and a unique vibe unlike any other in the city. Exploring the hotel, guests will find a luxurious pool experience and an assortment of cabanas, lounge chairs, and daybeds to relax by the water. If you’re visiting with a large group, or you just want to live like a high roller, you can book The Park Bungalow for a luxury poolside experience.

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Swimming Pools at the Park MGM Las Vegas

Looking for a more intimate pool experience? Park MGM’s pools have you covered. There may be three pools on the grounds, but the cozy surroundings give off a homey vibe, being surrounded by trees and other thoughtful touches. This beautiful complex is decorated with leafy murals set against a white backdrop. After getting a Las Vegas Strip breakfast, take in the cool mint decor as you relax under umbrellas on your very own chaise lounge, available for rent seven days a week. Daybeds are an incredible value at Park MGM, including towel service and complimentary snacks to name a few. The food and beverage menu offers healthy options in addition to standard cocktails, which is a refreshing take on the traditional poolside indulgences. Grab a snack or drink from one of the two bars located around the pool. The pool bungalows can house groups and wedding brigades of up to 20 people, with all of the luxury extras. Guests of MGM Grand and The Signature at MGM Grand are also welcome to use the pools. NoMad guests can also use the pools in the off season, although that extension only Lockers and phone chargers are also available to all pool guests. Explore all three pools—and those at surrounding MGM properties—by booking a room at Park MGM.

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Park MGM Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

The hardest part about leaving home can be leaving our furry friends behind. Park MGM proudly boasts that it is “just as obsessed” with pets as you are. The hotel allows up to two dogs per room, with a maximum combined weight of less than 100 pounds, though you will have to pay a charge per dog, plus tax. Dogs are permitted in hotel rooms and suites, however, due to health code regulations, only service dogs are allowed in public areas such as restaurants, the spa, and pool – with the exception of guests that are just passing through these areas. Park MGM also offers Doggie Butler Services in which a hotel representative will spend some time with your pet while you are at a meeting or relaxing poolside. The Park MGM concierge will also arrange dog walking services if needed. Park MGM also provides guests with a designated Pet Relief Area outside, between the hotel and T-Mobile Arena.

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Park MGM Las Vegas is a Child Friendly hotel

Traveling with the family can be stressful, but Park MGM makes it easier for parents with attentive concierge services that can arrange child care and family friendly activities if needed. Further, the concierge staff can assist you with booking a tour for the family – are you interested in a helicopter ride over the Strip? All guest rooms and suites have wireless internet, and property-wide Wi-fi will allow your young ones to connect with their friends or favorite games on their devices. Park MGM also features three pools with poolside drink and dining service to accommodate the needs of you and your children. If you are coming to town with young ones, you’ll certainly want to treat them to Park MGM’s many restaurants and the exquisite Eataly Market, which offers more than a dozen authentic Italian Eateries and something for every taste.

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Park MGM Las Vegas is a Four Star hotel

Park MGM burst onto the scene in 2018 with a near-flawless lineup of dining and entertainment options to complement its redesigned rooms and amenities. The long overdue renovation and reimagining of the beloved but past-its-prime Monte Carlo transformed the guest experience in the best way possible, and now Park MGM serves as a luxury destination on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip.

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Park MGM Las Vegas is a Family Friendly hotel

While Las Vegas is known worldwide as an adult playground, Park MGM offers an easygoing stay – with luxury touches throughout – for families. In addition to outstanding concierge services that will arrange for child care, tours, and other activities, Park MGM is home to world-class entertainers that appeal to all ages. On any given night, you may grab tickets to see Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, or another resident headliner. And as the gateway to Toshiba Plaza, Park MGM is the closest place to stay if you’re attending a Vegas Golden Knights game at nearby T-Mobile Arena. There is a maximum of four guests per room, and rates are based on single/double occupancy. If you are traveling with more than two guests, regardless of age, you will be charged an additional fee per person/per night. Don’t forget to visit some of the best Las Vegas restaurants on the Strip to make everyone happy—food is a surefire way to guarantee a great stay at any Strip resort.

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Park MGM Las Vegas is in the Middle of the Strip

The Las Vegas Strip stretches for more than four miles through the center of the city, and as our Las Vegas Strip map will show you, it is in the middle where you will find Park MGM. Though many of the resort properties on this end of the Strip are older, such as MGM Grand, Tropicana Las Vegas, New York-New York and Excalibur, Park MGM – which debuted in 2018 – is the newest resort in the middle Strip. Not only does it boast the most up-to-date in-room and resort-wide amenities, it serves as the gateway to Toshiba Plaza, a dining, entertainment and social destination just outside of the iconic T-Mobile Arena. The arena’s debut in 2016 helped inspire the transformation of the outdated Monte Carlo into Park MGM, ushering in a new era of luxury and excitement in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip.

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Park MGM Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

Rooms at Park MGM are as homey as they come, with walls colored soft white and forest green, decorated with quaint paintings and pictures curated by Le studio be-poles, a niche creative studio based in Paris that is well-known for their sleek, modern works. The incorporation of their pieces at Park MGM’s rooms makes the spaces feel like the living room of a lifelong friend.

Booking options include rooms with one king bed and two queen beds, which await single guests and small-sized groups. Park MGM rooms are the standard selection, complete with cozy alcove beds and window seating. Of course, no hotel on Las Vegas Boulevard would be complete without accommodations offering views on the Strip, and Park MGM offers room with exactly that. This little slice of Americana viewed from a European-inspired room is a mix of atmosphere unlike any other.

In lieu of attention to detail and maintaining high standards of cleanliness and care, Park MGM proudly offers Stay Well amenities, which focus on the health and wellness of guests to the Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy clean air, simulations of sunlight and shower infusers to refresh and revitalize after travel time, whether guests are coming in across the country or across the street.

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

Millions of guests don’t travel to Las Vegas every year just so they can have views of the Spring Mountains. Sure, you can look west to the mountains outside of many rooms and suites at Park MGM, but we know that you want to see the Las Vegas Strip in all of its glory. Park MGM boasts thrilling views of the Strip, with Strip-view king rooms and Strip-view queen rooms available. If your room looks north, you will be greeted with views of Planet Hollywood, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, ARIA and several noteworthy Strip attractions. Views to south will show you New York-New York, Excalibur, and Tropicana, to name a few. Park MGM rooms also overlook the Strip’s iconic T-Mobile Arena, and though it is not on the Strip, you can also view Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, from Park MGM.

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Park MGM Las Vegas is a New Hotel to the Strip

For more than 20 years, the resort now known as Park MGM was operated as the Monte Carlo. In 2016, MGM Resorts International sought to reimagine the luxury hotel experience on the Strip, and announced that it would renovate and rebrand the Monte Carlo as Park MGM. Not only did this lead to a top-to-bottom renewal of the resort – introducing exquisite new dining options, world-class entertainment, and luxurious amenities – but it also inspired the redesign of the surrounding parking areas, which became the sports, entertainment, and social hub known as Toshiba Plaza. The hotel was officially renamed Park MGM in 2018, making it one of Las Vegas’ newest and most exciting hospitality experiences, and close to all of the exciting things to do in Las Vegas for thrill seekers.

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To enhance your relaxation, the Park MGM Spa includes massage, facial, and body treatments with an assortment of customizable perks and packages. Park MGM salon services include haircuts and blowouts, as well as color services and nail services. If you want to make sure you get in a workout while on vacation, you can enjoy the free weights, ellipticals, treadmills, and other equipment at the fitness center.

Because players gotta play, Park MGM has 102,000-square-feet of gaming space featuring more than 900 different games – from slots to video poker to roulette – and the most thrilling table games on the Strip. Whether you fancy Baccarat, Ultimate Texas Hold ‘em, Blackjack, Craps, Pai Gow Poker, or 3-Card Poker, you will find something to thrill you. The Park MGM casino also features high limit tables for Blackjack and No Commission Baccarat.

To accommodate the city’s always on-the-go business travelers, Park MGM boasts 77,000-square-feet of indoor and outdoor meeting space that is within walking distance from all guest rooms in the hotel. Further, the resort offers an innovative Ideation Studio, conference center, and the Madison Meeting Center – ideal for classroom training, product seminars, and workshops.

Park MGM is notable for its coveted restaurant lineup, which includes Los Angeles-based Chef Roy Choi’s Best Friend, Hogsalt Hospitality’s illustrious Bavette’s Steakhouse, NoMad Bar and Restaurant, and the 40,000-square-foot Italian culinary marketplace, Eataly.

An epicenter for entertainment on the Las Vegas Strip, Park MGM is home to the 5,200-seat Dolby Live (formerly Park Theater), the concert home for resident headliners Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, and Aerosmith, among other leading entertainers.

History

The late 1980s and early 90s were a time of upheaval for resorts in Las Vegas. An influx of adjustments made experiences a little more PG-rated On The Strip, and these changes would become a common thread throughout the first half of the decade. But with Luxor, Treasure Island, MGM Grand, and Excalibur attracting middle class families from all over the country, the Strip’s appetite for middle-class schmaltz was approaching its limit by the mid 90s. The Dunes Casino, acquired and then closed by Mirage Resorts in 1993, was demolished, leaving a wide open space for what would become the Monte Carlo, a Monaco-themed resort that struck a balance between Vegas kitsch and a more adult-oriented, classic resort-style amenities.

This formula worked for a very long time. Monte Carlo appealed to visitors that never really wanted Las Vegas to change, even if they may have appreciated the shift away from the sleaze that dominated much of Las Vegas’s identity in the 1980s. But as with many things on the Las Vegas Strip, every era recedes to make way for a new one. By the mid 2000s, the family friend aura of the strip gave way to a more adult-oriented, hedonistic one, and we need not look any further than the infamous “What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas” tagline to understand the message Vegas was happy to send during this time.

Needless to say, the Monte Carlo was due for a facelift by 2016, and that was exactly what MGM Resorts decided to do that year. Over the course of the following 2 years, Monte Carlo morphed into Park MGM, an upscale, stylish resort that resembles the atmosphere of a boutique hotel in Manhattan rather than a cheeky imitation of a French Riviera casino. Megastars Lady Gaga and Bruno Mars launched wildly successful residencies, a luxury boutique hotel called NoMad opened at the casino’s uppermost floors, new dining and entertainment was introduced, and Park MGM also managed to make history by being the first resort On The Strip to be smoke-free. And that is before we even get to the shopping, brand new spaces, and Eataly [more than these later]. All in all, a reinvention well executed.

The Resort

Rooms and Suites

Park MGM’s attention to detail is on full display in their resort rooms. These rooms offer fine touches and minimalist luxury, with artwork, bright spaces, stylish furniture and an intimacy not often seen On The Stip. And at 2,992 rooms in this hotel, there is no shortage of options for travelers who want the best room views, be it the striking, vast expanses of the Las Vegas Valley, or everyone’s [obvious] favorite, the iconic Las Vegas Strip. Rooms are about 400 square feet each, with convenient mini bars and
great views of the Strip.

Suites at Park MGM build on the lavish, European touches of the standard rooms, by nearly doubling the square footage and offering tasteful retreats for you and your group, ensuring an intimacy and comfort that will help counterbalance the intense energy of the Strip. These suites give you views of the Strip and the nearby T Mobile arena in all their glory, as you and your party indulge in the comfortable modernity of these suites.

Dog Friendly Rooms

Pets are welcome at Park MGM, and there are dedicated rooms for our four legged friends, even equipped with special menus to suit their needs. Up to 2 dogs are allowed, with a max combined rate of 100 pounds.

NoMad Las Vegas

One of the more unique things about Park MGM is the presence of its boutique hotel, NoMad Las Vegas. This boutique hotel provides a European style refinement unique to not just the hotel itself, but the Las Vegas Strip more broadly. Artwork that adorns the walls, walk in marble showers, hardwood floors, and pedestal bathtubs bring the South of France right to the Las Vegas Strip. For a far more unique, understated experience on the Las Vegas Strip, the NoMad boutique hotel has everything you need.

Staywell

The Mojave desert air, combined with the likelihood of lots and lots walking, exploring, and indulging means that sometimes, you need a bit of a reset. The StayWell rooms at Park MGM has just the remedy for those rough mornings. Deepak Chopra and the Mayo Clinic provide the methods and technology in these rooms, which include aromatherapies, a more health conscious menu, circadian lighting, memory foam mattress, and air purification.

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Conference Center

60,000 square feet of space for your group or party, in a unique setup that combines indoor and outdoor spaces to give your guests and/or colleagues a more tailored experience. This event hall is ideal for expos and entrepreneurial endeavors.

 

Madison Meeting Center

This room maximizes instructional potential with a more casual setup. Flexibility is key here, as this space can accommodate creative workshops, instructional settings, and production seminars.

Perfect spaces to assemble in Las Vegas

Ideation Studio

For an even more inspiring setup, the Ideation Studio at Park MGM is a setup that Inspires attendants to collaborate and create in a diverse setting, with 7,000 square feet of total space and 4 different rooms, each a different take than the last, and each accommodating groups of up to 24.

Dolby Live

This space inside Park MGM offers terrific views of The Park neighborhood and the Las Vegas Strip, equipped with 14,000 square feet of space and accommodations for banquet setups and receptions.

 

Pools

For long summer days and intense UV rays, Park MGM has it all covered. Equipped with 3 pools, 2 bars, and plenty of lounging spots, Park MGM can provide an escape within an escape with its plentiful pool amenities. Craft cocktails are available at your beck and call, and there is plenty of shade, whether in the form of personal cabanas or the classic, desert palms overhead.

Cool by the pool, in Las Vegas

Cabanas and Daybeds

The need for your own space is understandable, so Park MGM does not skimp on this when it comes to their pool lounging amenities. Lounge chairs are available for reservation, with special cushions. These can be reserved in pairs. Daybeds are a step up, with plush seating that is available by reservation for up to 4 guests.

Next, we have pod daybeds, located at Park MGM’s south pool. These can be reserved for 3 guests. Last, but certainly not least, Park MGM provides stylish, chilled out cabanas for reservation, so you and your friends can bask in the Mojave desert heat and kick back with some Frosè. These can be reserved for up to 10 guests.

 

The Park Bungalow

Consider this the cabana that the other cabanas at Park MGM are jealous of. The bungalow fits up to 10 guests and has all the amenities of a hotel suite, with 6 chaise lounge chairs, 2 umbrellas, a dedicated server, and a personal safe.

 

Dolby Live

Located on the casino floor, the Dolby Live theater at Park MGM is the site of modern icons, be it Lady Gaga or Bruno Mars. This 5,200 seat theater is equipped with a Dolby Atmos state of the art sound system, perfectly calibrated for a heart pounding, thrilling experiencing no matter what artist or show you get the privilege to watch. Phones are off limits in this theater, ensuring everyone gets to take in the show the way they were meant to.

You’ll go gaga for the talent on display!

Parking

Parking for Park MGM guests is part of the 24 hour parking fee and provides in and out privileges, and 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, with an $18 fee for any parking over 24 hours. Nevada residents receive complimentary parking for the first 3 hours and then 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 Mon-Thu, $22 Fri-Sun

Four to 24 hours: $26 Mon-Thu, $30 Fri-Sun

Over 24 hours daily rate: $26 Mon-Thu, $30 Fri Sun

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Transportation

Rideshare is available for guests at the North section of Park MGM. Proceed to the bell desk from the lobby and veer right, you will see the rideshare pickup area.

 

Spa and Salon

The spa at Park MGM is equipped with all the features of a classic, relaxing, therapeutic space. Hot stones, a hot tub, and custom body treatments for athletes, expecting mothers, and everything in between. Steam room, sauna, and jacuzzi are also available.

Hair and nail services are available at Park MGM’s salon as well, with a glass of Rosè on tap should you choose to partake.

Relax and unwind on the strip, Las Vegas

Fitness Center

Located on the second floor, all the bells and whistles are here: free weights, ellipticals, treadmills, along with yoga lessons and open spaces for custom workouts. Open 24/7.

 

NoMad Casino

An exclusive casino straight out of the French Riviera just for NoMad guests – with high limit tables and all the glamor of Las Vegas to make your stay one for the books.

 

Park MGM’s Art Program

One of the most special characteristics of the Park MGM is their dedication to the arts, and this resort has a stunning collection of curated art that adorns walls all over the casino, in addition to ceilings, floors, you name it. Artists come from all over the world, and there is a special highlighting of the majesty of the Nevada desert in many of these art pieces.

MGM Resorts International and Sydell partnered up with art studio Be-poles in Europe to commission pieces from established artists to give Park MGM an eccentric, curious flare. Check out pieces from David Hockney and Frank Plant in the casino and lobby areas.

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Restaurants

Eataly

Eat, shop, and get educated at Eataly, the largest multi-eatery marketplace of Italian cuisine you will find in the United States, with more than a dozen separate Italian infused eateries.

An eatery like to other, Eataly in Las Vegas. Flickr Photo by Tomás Del Coro

Bavette’s Steakhouse and Bar

French-inspired steakhouse Bavette’s has savory ribeyes and classic seafood, making this Chicago eatery a must when staying at Park MGM. A curated cocktail list tops it off.

All in on red…meat! Steak frites in Las Vegas. Flickr Photo by Sarah Stierch

NoMad Library

Inspired by the towering shelves of the NoMad New York Library, you’ll eat and drink in this luxurious, cinematic area, one of the most unique on the Las Vegas Strip.

 

Best Friend

Roy Choi developed Best Friend in an effort to bring the melting pot of the Los Angeles streets to the Las Vegas Strip, and as one of the On The Strip favorites, we can comfortably say he has succeeded admirably on this front. Kimchi, spicy pork, to cultural mish-mashes of all kinds, this is one of the more unique and satisfying dining experiences On The Strip.

Flickr Photo by Jonathan Konrath

Beerhaus

It’s a modern beer hall at Beerhaus, where inside and outside activities take place, and beer aficionados and casual drinkers alike can bump elbows. Enjoy meat and sausage, all hormone free.

 

BetMGM Sportsbook and Bar

Place your bets at the sportsbook and enjoy all the beer, nachos, and wings your heart desires.

 

NoMad Bar

Open late, the NoMad bar serves shareable plates and an exclusively curated cocktail list by none other than Leo Robitschek, who won “Best Bar in North America” and the #3 ranking in the world at the 2017 World’s 50 Best Bars.

Hop on over to Vegas for a nice, cold beer

Manzo

Inspired by the traditions of Italian butcheries, the finest cut meats and prime quality vegetables are the attraction at this restaurant, with a chianti and fiorentina menu with perfectly cooked steaks and regional pasta dishes.

 

Primrose

Brunch in Vegas is never a bad idea, especially when it comes with unlimited sparkling Rosè, fresh omelets, and shareable Mediterranean dishes at Primrose. This breakfast joint is perfect for those wanting to skip the normal morning routine while vacationing in Sin City.

 

La La Noodle

La La Noodle serves pan-Asian cuisine. Here, you can enjoy Lo-Mein, pork belly, and Dan-Dan Noodles here, as well as your classic appetizers like shrimp roll. La La Noodle has a bar and a cool 1980s soundtrack as well.

Delicious noodle dishes on the strip

Bars

On The Record

This conceptual bar/club is located inside of a record store just off the casino floor at Park MGM. First enjoy old vinyl in the On The Record shop, then dance the night away with friends or enjoy specialty cocktails under the Strip skylights.

 

Juniper Cocktail Lounge

This chic, laid back cocktail lounge specializes in gin, hence the name Juniper. In fact, this lounge has the largest selection of gin in the city. At night, enjoy bottle service and a DJ spinning beats.

Cocktails on the strip

Mamma Rabbit Mezcal

Mama Rabbit is a tribute to the vast variety of mezcals and tequilas from the country of Mexico, as well as Mayahuel, the goddess of fertility. This colorful, beautifully decorated bar brings the deep well of Latin American beauty to Las Vegas, with an extensive drink menu that centers around, you guessed it – tequila!

 

Entertainment

Casino

MGM Resorts M Life rewards card gives you points for every dollar spent, and if part of being On The Strip means partaking in some casino fun, your M Life rewards card is essential. We highly encourage you to sign up and begin accruing perks. Click here to check out more information about the M life rewards program.

Feel the excitement of the Roulette wheel in Las Vegas

Corner Store

For quick shopping for swimsuits, apparel, and watches, check out the Corner Store for last minute needs.

 

Shoppe

Get all the essentials here, from toothpaste to magazines, beverages, snacks, groceries, or anything else you may have forgotten to squeeze in your luggage!

Don’t hang around, get shopping on the strip

The Future

Las Vegas is on the cusp of reinventing itself from simply being a town of gambling, hedonism, cocktails and general troublemaking, to remaining all those things *and* a sports town on top of it! With Park MGM so close to not only the T-Mobile arena, home to the adored Las Vegas Golden Knights, but also to the Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, Park MGM’s proximity to ground zero of the Strip’s second 21st century renaissance makes it an essential stay for the future; after all, do not forget that Las Vegas will be the site of the 2024 Super Bowl!

Here at On The Strip, we love a Strip resort that makes efforts to stand out, and Park MGM is such a resort, so watch this space for continued developments on one of the most innovative resorts On The Strip.

Park MGM Las Vegas Reviews

4.4

Excellent

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Rated 4.4/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Very good casino hotel. Close to CVS. Close to restaurants and bars with nearby parking areas.

Location
4.5 / 5
2130 reviews
Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Great location. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Decent, but pricey, parking. Near to public transport and the airport. Good accessibility by car.
Service
3.9 / 5
1941 reviews
Service is friendly and professional, especially the pool/beach service. Average management, reception and housekeeping. Service is friendly and professional, especially the pool/beach service. Average management, reception and housekeeping. Room service is average. Great hotel security. Recreation staff is nice. Booking process should be better organized. Bar service is acceptable. Valet service is ok. Great concierge service.
Cleanliness
3.6 / 5
1766 reviews
Clean hotel facilities. Rooms and pool area moderately clean but bathrooms are poorly cleaned. Clean hotel facilities. Rooms and pool area moderately clean but bathrooms are poorly cleaned.
WiFi
3.1 / 5
48 reviews
WiFi is decent and okay-priced. Wifi quality could be improved. WiFi is decent and okay-priced. Wifi quality could be improved.
Comfort
2.8 / 5
1060 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.
Room
2.8 / 5
3183 reviews
Rooms and beds are adequate. Inadequate minibars in older, poorly-maintained rooms. Rooms and beds are adequate. Inadequate minibars in older, poorly-maintained rooms. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Substandard furniture, A/C, TV's and kitchenettes. Shower was ok.
Breakfast
2.7 / 5
77 reviews
Breakfast is decent but expensive. Breakfast is decent but expensive.

Good to know

  • Minibar can be a problem
  • Clean hotel facilities
  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Friendly service

Rated 4.1/5 based on reviews from families.

Great shopping.Near city centre.

Location
4.4 / 5
355 reviews
Great location. Great sightseeing, restaurants and shopping nearby. Great location. Great sightseeing, restaurants and shopping nearby. Decent, but pricey, parking.
Service
3.8 / 5
309 reviews
Service is professional and friendly. Management and housekeeping are decent. Service is professional and friendly. Management and housekeeping are decent. Room service could have been improved. Great hotel security.
Cleanliness
3.3 / 5
330 reviews
Bathrooms, dining area untidy; rooms relatively untidy. Clean hotel facilities. Bathrooms, dining area untidy; rooms relatively untidy. Clean hotel facilities.
Breakfast
2.7 / 5
12 reviews
Breakfast is average. Breakfast is average.
Room
2.4 / 5
576 reviews
Inadequate minibars in older, poorly-maintained rooms. Rooms and beds are adequate. Inadequate minibars in older, poorly-maintained rooms. Rooms and beds are adequate. Mediocre sized, poorly cleaned bathrooms. Substandard furniture, A/C, TV's and kitchenettes. Shower was ok.
Vibe
2.3 / 5
143 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. Hotel is relatively stylish. Hotel is fairly plain.
Comfort
2.2 / 5
169 reviews
Rooms of average size, but lacking in comfort, with noise issues and poor A/C. So-so beds and bathroom size. Rooms of average size, but lacking in comfort, with noise issues and poor A/C. So-so beds and bathroom size.
Value
2.2 / 5
133 reviews
Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced. Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced.
WiFi
2.2 / 5
5 reviews
Complaints about WiFi. Complaints about WiFi.

Good to know

  • Smoking area is not nice
  • Great shopping
  • Near city centre
  • Awesome pasta

Rated 4/5 based on reviews from couples.

Good access to airport.Professional service.

Location
4.6 / 5
220 reviews
Great location near the airport. Decent, but pricey, parking. Great location near the airport. Decent, but pricey, parking. Excellent sightseeing, restaurants and bars nearby.
Service
3.7 / 5
165 reviews
Friendly and professional service with decent reception and housekeeping. Friendly and professional service with decent reception and housekeeping.
Cleanliness
3.2 / 5
138 reviews
Cleanliness is lacking in rooms and bathrooms. Clean hotel facilities. Cleanliness is lacking in rooms and bathrooms. Clean hotel facilities.
Room
3.1 / 5
313 reviews
Large, reasonably clean rooms and comfortable beds. Rooms needing updating with poor quality A/C and minibars. Large, reasonably clean rooms and comfortable beds. Rooms needing updating with poor quality A/C and minibars. Bathrooms are large but with substandard cleaning. Poor quality TV's, furniture, and kitchenettes. Shower was ok.
Breakfast
3 / 5
11 reviews
Breakfast is average. Breakfast is average.
WiFi
2.3 / 5
7 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • Good access to airport
  • Wifi quality could be improved
  • Professional service
  • Hotel is fairly plain

Rated 3.9/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Wonderful sightseeing.

Location
4.4 / 5
58 reviews
Great location with excellent sightseeing. Great location with excellent sightseeing.
Service
3.7 / 5
37 reviews
Friendly service. Friendly service.
Cleanliness
3.5 / 5
33 reviews
Room cleanliness is acceptable. Clean hotel facilities. Room cleanliness is acceptable. Clean hotel facilities.
Amenities
3.1 / 5
49 reviews
Okay buildings with a less impressive entrance area. Unspectacular architecture. Okay buildings with a less impressive entrance area. Unspectacular architecture.
Comfort
3 / 5
44 reviews
Rooms adequately-sized and relatively comfortable but too noisy. Rooms adequately-sized and relatively comfortable but too noisy.
Room
3 / 5
92 reviews
Rooms and beds are adequate. Aged, poorly-maintained rooms with bad minibars and awful bathrooms. Rooms and beds are adequate. Aged, poorly-maintained rooms with bad minibars and awful bathrooms. Shower was ok.
Vibe
2.9 / 5
38 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Entrance area is not particularly attractive. Hotel could use some updating. Hotel is relatively stylish.

Good to know

  • TV needs to be updated
  • Parking should be cheaper
  • Entrance area is not particularly attractive
  • Wonderful sightseeing

Rated 4.1/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Location
4.4 / 5
39 reviews
Great location. Great location.
Service
3.9 / 5
32 reviews
Friendly service, and reception was okay. Friendly service, and reception was okay.
Cleanliness
3.7 / 5
23 reviews
Clean hotel facilities. Room cleanliness is acceptable. Clean hotel facilities. Room cleanliness is acceptable.
Vibe
2.8 / 5
17 reviews
Decent vibe. Stylish hotel. Decent vibe. Stylish hotel. Hotel could use some updating.
Comfort
2.6 / 5
26 reviews
Mediocre comfort, room sizes and beds. Deficient A/C and too noisy rooms. Mediocre comfort, room sizes and beds. Deficient A/C and too noisy rooms.
Breakfast
2.5 / 5
5 reviews
Breakfast is average. Breakfast is average.
Room
2.4 / 5
61 reviews
The bathrooms, A/C, and minibars are problems, with insufficient maintenance. Rooms and beds are adequate. The bathrooms, A/C, and minibars are problems, with insufficient maintenance. Rooms and beds are adequate.

Good to know

  • AC needs updating
  • Could be quieter
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
  • Rooms in need of an update

FAQs about Park MGM Las Vegas Hotel

Where is Park MGM Las Vegas?

Park MGM Las Vegas is found at 3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

Does Park MGM have a pool?

Park MGM has three pools, cabanas, daybeds and lounge chairs for guests looking to relax. See more pools on the Strip to splash around the resorts to your heart’s content

Does Park MGM have a buffet?

Park MGM does not have a buffet. For anyone hankering for buffet-style eats, there are several buffets on the Strip and worth visiting.

Can you smoke at Park MGM?

Park MGM is a designated non-smoking hotel. That being said, there are smoking hotels in Las Vegas, which are delegated to select floors and areas.