MGM Grand Las Vegas Completes $160 Million Room and Suite Renovation

 

MGM Grand - Skyline Terrace Suite Balcony
MGM Grand - Skyline Terrace Suite Balcony

MGM Grand in Las Vegas completed its $160 million room and suite remodel in the hotel's main tower, marking a major milestone in the resort's "Grand Renovation."

The remodel, which began in October 2011, includes 3,570 Grand King and Queen guest rooms and 642 suites of varying types including the Skyline Terrace and Skyline Marquee Suites.

“Our newly redesigned accommodations set the stage for an incredible experience at MGM Grand and the positive response we’ve been receiving from our guests is extraordinary,” said Scott Sibella, president and COO of MGM Grand. “MGM Grand is home to The Strip’s finest entertainment and dining options; these stunning new rooms and suites complete the Las Vegas resort experience.”

The remodeled Grand King and Queen guest rooms were created by the MGM Resorts International Design team. For guests seeking additional space for entertaining and relaxing, a variety of newly redesigned one and two-bedroom suites are available, several of which feature expansive outdoor terraces.

MGM Grand also introduced its "Stay Well" collection featuring 42 rooms and suites, which includes more than a dozen amenities from wake-up light therapy that reverses jetlag to shower water infused with Vitamin C to promote healthy hair and skin. The rooms are available for reservation now and will be ready for guests in late October.

Scheduled to open spring 2013, Hakkasan Las Vegas Restaurant and Nightclub is an upscale dining experience combined with multiple nightlife components from Angel Management Group, one of Las Vegas’ preeminent nightclub operators. The venue will deliver an innovative concept evolving beyond Hakkasan’s original restaurant model, incorporating the best of dining and nightlife.

Visit: www.TheGrandRenovation.com.

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