The MGM Grand Hotel and Casino contains all of the Vegas energy and excitement under one roof. The hotel is fronted by a 45-foot-tall lion, the largest bronze statue in the United States and a tribute to the MGM film studio's legendary roaring-lion symbol. Once inside the lobby, guests are instantly enveloped by the thrill and excitement of one of the city's most dynamic resorts. Large viewing screens mounted behind the desk, tantalize guests with an endless array of entertainment possibilities, all available within the resort.
MGM Grand offers 5,044 guest rooms and suites in a 30-story emerald-green building. As you would imagine with this many rooms there are also many room categories, eleven in all, suiting every requirement and budget. Amenities include In-room safe, cable/satellite TV with pay movies, air conditioning, climate control, hair dryer, video-game console, iron/ironing board electronic check-out, and high-speed wired and wireless Internet access (surcharges).
Entertainment includes a lion habitat, headliners (e.g. Aerosmith, Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood, Nickelback and Tom Jones) and sports events at the Grand Garden Arena, a nude-female dance troupe from Crazy Horse in Paris, a re-creation of the 1970s New York dance club Studio 54, and the Cirque du Soleil production KÀ. Two pool complexes include outdoor pools, spa tubs, and cabanas. The MGM Grand also has two chapels for guests looking to get married or renew their vows.
With more AAA Diamond award-winning restaurants under one roof than any other hotel in the world, MGM Grand offers culinary choices to satisfy any palate. 10 fine dining restaurants, two casual restaurants and eight cafés and snack bars provide an array of dining choices offering a massive variety of foods from around the world, including; Cajun, Creole, Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean, and Vietnamese.
3799 Las Vegas Blvd SouthLas Vegas, Nv 89109