As the most famous hotel and resort in Las Vegas, the MGM Grand is a must see when you visit the world famous Las Vegas Strip. Built on December 18th, 1993, the MGM featured a Wizard of Oz theme and an Emerald City look and feel that continues to hold today. In its inception, the MGM Grand had a family-friendly aesthetic, and a theme park was built to accompany the hotel with characters from the Wizard of Oz. The theme park closed in 2001, and the hotel underwent renovations to appeal to a more mature clientele. Some of the greatest events in sports and entertainment have occurred at the MGM Grand. From UFC title fights, concerts, and the historic Mayweather vs. Pacquiao bout, each month you can be certain that the MGM will give you an experience that few hotels in the world can provide.
- 171,500 Sq Ft Casino with more than 2500 machines and 139 poker and table games
- The main hotel building features 5044 rooms
- SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand, a AAA Five Diamond Forbes Five Star Hotel, occupies the top floors of the main building. This hotel has 51 lofts ranging from $2000 to 10,000 per night and is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World.
- The Three ‘The Signature at MGM Grand Towers’ Each have 576 suites ranging from $170 to $599 per night (designed by Bergman Walls Associates)
- The Mansion at MGM Grand with 29 Villas reserved for VIPS and Casino-invited guests range from $5000 to $30,000 per night
- Beachers Madhouse
- Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club
- Hakkasan Restaurant and Nightclub
- Hollywood Theatre (home to David Copperfield)
- Ka Theatre, home to Cirque Du Soleil’s production Ka
- MGM Grand Garden Arena (concert and sporting event venue)
- Wet Republic Ultra Pool – Day Club