MGM Grand ticks every box – its top-rated Hakkasan nightclub, Wet Republic pool parties, and 15 restaurants are only the tip of the iceberg.
It’s all going on at MGM Grand, which holds the title for being the biggest hotel on the strip. Legendary pool parties hosted by world-famous DJs, a choice of 15 different restaurants and a swish spa are counted among its long list of highlights.
Although there’s not much reason to leave the hotel, when it comes to exploring further afield, you won’t have far to go. The hotel is centrally-located on the strip and is one of the stops on the monorail, too.
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Ka by Cirque du Soleil
Las Vegas is known as much for its immense shows and concerts as it is for its casinos. MGM Grand offers you one of the biggest shows going. Be thrilled by stunning visuals and breathtaking acrobatics at Ka by Cirque du Soleil in the purpose-built Ka Theatre.
Emeril's New Orleans Fish House
Enjoy the best of Creole cuisine down at Emeril's. As the name suggest fresh fish and shellfish dishes are the order of the day, but true to Creole style the menu also packs in steak and chicken dishes.
The pool area here really lives up to the Grand name. 6.5 acres is made up of four pools, a trio of whirlpools, waterfall cascades and even a lazy river.
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Worst Room Ever
I stayed at MGM Grand for a convention that I was attending there. The room that we had was on the 11th floor in the West Wing. I have never in my life stayed in a hotel room that looked as shabby as this one did!! When we first got off on the 11th floor to go to our room, the carpet down the LONG hallway was a nice floral and I could see into a few of the room that they were cleaning and the rooms looked nice. As we continued down the hallway we went over a little ridge in the hallway that seemed to connect two building. Because now the hallway was narrower and the carpet was no longer floral, but a dirty looking striped grey/brown. This dirty looking carpet was also in our room. The room was very small. The nightstands had been beaten up pretty good. There was a glass sink with 3 narrow shelves that you saw as soon as you entered the room. No counter to put your toiletries on. There was no tub, just a shower with a cement floor. The toilet was also behind a glass door with cement floor. The room reminded me of a dorm room!!There was no cold water at all that would come out of the sink, just warm to hot. I called the front desk about the room and they stated that this is what all the rooms look like in the west wing. If we wanted to upgrade to a nicer room we would have to pay more. No one ever came to fix the no cold water situation, even though several calls were made. This is a huge hotel!! It is very easy to get lost in! Check in and check out were very easy. Food was good, but nothing special. It was however very expensive. Cheeseburger, fries and a coke was $25. One small soft shell taco and a coke was $15. If you do stay here, make sure that you are not put in the west wing!More
Quick Vegas trip
My wife and I booked a room in the West Wing for our one night trip to Vegas. The room was cozy and clean, though it didn’t have a coffeemaker. The shower left much to be desired in terms of water pressure and heat. Otherwise, it was a good value given the low rate we paid for it.More
Classic Vegas-large mega hotel w/ lots of activities, casinos & restaurant/food court options. It's quite easy to get lost. Great location-easy walk to the T-Mobile Arena, Marshall's and the lively hotel strip.More
Good but a caos
The hotel room was nice, but not what we were expecting for a room in Vegas. The hotel is huge and loses a bit of what is supposed to be a 4stars hotel with all that confusion in the hall with the casino, shops and lots of people inside. To go from one side to another, for example restaurants to the swimming pool you probably have to walk a long distance. It was nice for one night, but I wouldn't recommend it for a true and longer experience in Las Vegas.More
The mgm grand would have been awesome about 15 years Ago... It's pools are awesome, great drinks etc... All in all its good for a budget price, and hopefully they will renovate soon. Buffet breakfast is good and plenty to do...ask in all its ok.More
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