The MGM GRAND HOTEL is a 4 star hotel nestled in The Strip at the intersection of the E Tropicana avenue and the Las Vegas Boulevard.
Great looking outside & wonderful pool areaComment of B. Tamera , United States the 2016-08-06
Very nice. We stayed in the remodeled older part and it was superbly done. The hotel was full due to the Billboard Awards and music stars were everywhere with their entourages. Buffet was quite good with lots of variety. Stay away from room fridges as any weight movement will get ya billed. 1. Room was quiet. 2. Excellent window dressings. Like a cave during the day with the curtains drawn shut. 3. If you want hot water turn it on 15 minutes ahead of time. The extreme distance from the boiler to the older rooms and low pressure, (to save wasted water), makes for no fast way to shower with hot water. A trade off for the better to conserve.4. elevators were super fast. 5. Be careful of add on's room service was high and drinks bank robbery. 6. Best location in the town. 7. GREAT staff and no wait check out from the room TV set. 8. Wifi was the absolute best I ever had at a hotel.Comment of A. George , United States the 2016-05-22
Everything was great except poor lighting in room, poor layout in bathroom and only 3 drawers in room. Rest of hotel was excellent.Comment of D. Gary , United States the 2016-05-14
Booked a King Room, Grand Tower, Level 21 overlooking the airport as wanted to watch the planes. Great view, nice clean room, updated bathroom, good air cond, fast internet. Was bit noisy from all the Helicopters which fly over the north side of the building every 10 mins to the Heli-pad at the airport. Don't overlook the airport if you want a quiet room. The fridge could not be used to put your own drinks in it, they charge $50 if you remove any items. Check in was fast, ask for a high up room over looking the strip Levels 25-28 are best. You get free entry into Wet Republic if you are staying in the hotel for General Admission (non event nights), the drinks are extremely expensive ($19.50 for 1 x small margarita), $50 locker rental for the day. Take nothing with you if you can. The hotel is at the southern end of the strip, be prepared to walk alot if heading to other venues. There are lots of food choices which are not the cheapest and the Slot machines are very tight on the main floor, very little payouts. Staff really friendly, other guests were mixed ages, alot of younger crowd, bit noisy at night through the hallways. The river pool is great, rental for the tubes are $18 per day, bring your own. Carparking is free. Would definitly stay here again as it had a fun vibe.Comment of E. Darren , Australia the 2015-07-01
Beste hotel ever!Comment of S. Peter , Netherlands the 2015-05-24
Great hotel!Comment of O. Bessel , Netherlands the 2015-05-20
Great experience!Comment of V. Yavanna , Ecuador the 2014-08-27
Its was a surprise to see how big is it. The room was amazing and I really enjoyed itComment of E. Efraim , Israel the 2014-08-10
top dollar.... recommend to allComment of A. Paul , United Kingdom the 2014-08-05
Super sauberes hotel und sehr gute lageComment of L. Angela , Austria the 2014-07-27
superb!Comment of M. Sevastos , United Kingdom the 2014-03-13
Gutes Hotel, alles super organisiert. Kann man nichts falsch machen. Ist aber am Ende vom Strip.Comment of F. Joerg , Germany the 2014-03-02
"MGM Grand - Tower Spa Suite - OH YES!!!!"
My first time in Las Vegas was made so memorable simply with the Tower Spa Suite and service provided by the MGM grand. We picked this hotel due to the close proximity to the airport, the monorail access to all the other casinos, the room deal that we got and the fact that it was the one and only MGM Grand! It is MASSIVE! Everything from the casino floor to the lobby, to the shops, the sportsbook … absolutely everything! We stayed in a Tower Spa Suite, which does come as advertised. What you see in the pictures is really what we got! An immensely, wonderfully decorated, contemporary suite with a hot tub and enough room to live in for two weeks. Beds were comfortable and a good night’s sleep is guaranteed (if that’s what you’re looking for). Great storage space, swivel TV and grand sized bathroom (yes with that amazing hot tub). It was perfect for a couple and we couldn’t have asked for anymore. Be sure to ask for a room closer to the elevators, otherwise you’ll be walking forever to your room. It’s one of the world’s biggest hotels for a reason! In terms of shops for snacks and drinks and supplies, the hotel shops can be quite pricey. You can cut the cost of your trip by simply walking into the shop (Grand Canyon Experience) located just outside the casino. There’s an ice machine on each floor, safe is free, fridge is not. The casino floor is vast, so it pays to walk around a few times so you know the layout. I got lost one night and ended up blowing my bankroll on a blackjack & craps table because I couldn’t find my way out! The pool area is amazing, I reminisce about floating around in the lazy river, on a steaming hot day with an ice cold drink in my hand. That’s how Vegas should be! If you’re in need of help at any time, ask one of the many helpful lobby staff and they’ll happily assist you. I highly recommend that you see Cirque du Soleil’s ‘KA’ whilst you’re there, as well as dine at one of its many fine restaurants. The MGM Grand part of the strip is busy but very clean and feels very safe. It contains a large range of souvenir shops, food outlets and offers something for everyone. Overall, pound for pound, this is probably the best value hotel on the Strip. It isn’t the cheapest, but it’s not the most expensive. It’s 5* quality at a 3* price. And it’s the easiest hotel to get to other places in Vegas, with its own monorail station located downstairs and easy transport links outside. Las Vegas is a great place and you’ll need more than one trip to see it all. If I come back to Vegas, I’ll put the MGM Grand at the top of my list for sure (so long as there’s a good deal on).
Had such a fantastic belated Honeymoon to the MGM Grand and what a Grand Place it is. Cannot fault it. What a fantastic Hotel and time I had. Would love to go back. Hotel has so much to offer, not just a casino. Plenty of restaurants, shops and experiences to do
"MGM has risen to the top in Vegas"
Ive ben visiting Vegas for years and MGM is truly the best now. I used to stay at Wynn but MGM really has separated themselves from everyone. There is so much to do and so many options. Wet Republic is the best pool party and Morimoto and Hakkasan are 1st class.
"Stayed here dozens of times"
I can't believe I've never reviewed the MGM. Their West wing is very tired and the rooms show it. The new remodeled rooms are really nice and modern looking. I love the warm tone decor. The property is really big and seems like a city in itself but they've had a lot of construction and remodeling recently that has left certain parts a bit sad looking. They got rid of the rain forest cafe and there's little souvenir shop instead. Check in is usually pretty quick but it you're flying in be sure to take advantage of the check in counter the airport. They will check you and and your room is usually ready by the time you arrive. I've also requested late check out and have had no issues with that free of charge as well. They have a pretty big range of food from fast food and starbucks to more high end restaurants. If you're into night life, the club at the MGM is supposed to be one of the more popular ones. Overall its a nice property, i usually stay here or at any of the other Mlife properties. make sure you sign up for Mlife players club. They'll track your spending and gambling and you can get some nice rates and special offers.
"Nothing Grand Here But The Prices"
Stayed for 1 week to attend a friends wedding, there were 18 of us. On arrival and after a 10 hour flight we had to queue for 45 minutes in the hotel lobby only to be told our rooms were not ready. Unless of course we wanted to pay $20 per night for an upgrade, this on top of the $35 per night for hotel charges. We declined and left our bags with the porters and went to the pool to kill time. The pool area was excellent even with the 5 minute walk from the lobby to get there. Only gripe is there was only the one pool open as the hotel had events at two and another was closed. The hotel was huge, even when you are expecting big, if it's your first time in Vegas the size will amaze you. The casino area was fine except for the smoke from cigarettes and cigars which of course is now alien to Brits and some other European citizens. Prices in the bars was ridiculously high as was the stores and coffee shops dotted about the hotel. If you want supplies for the room such as beer, water, snacks etc, there are a number of shops/stores outside the hotel at a fraction of the prices inside the hotel. I'm no tightwad but $5 for a small bottle of water, $12 for a bottle of beer and $8 for a coffee is tantamount to highway robbery. On to the rooms, what can I say. We had a room on Floor 6 room 534. We called the corridor to the room The Green Mile as that's how long it seemed we had to walk to get to our room. A long dismal dated corridor which puts you in mind of the movie. The Shining, I was expecting a kid to ride out on a bicycle at any moment. "Red Rum" Entering the room we were extremely disappointed to find a basic, very basic room, dull decor, dull lighting, no fridge, no tea or coffee, no bottled water. It did have a TV and a large comfortable bed, the window you had to search for, ours was behind the bed hidden by a roll blind, when we eventually found it we had a wonderful view of the neighbouring buildings bare wall, hardly any light and literally nothing to see, needless to say the blind stayed shut. Shower and toilet again functional but basic. Nothing in this room encouraged you to spend time in it. Maybe that's the ploy. Some of our friends on the other hand were graced with free upgrades and had a fridge and windows that overlooked the town, oddly we checked in first and if you recall were told there were no rooms ready, the guys with the better rooms were behind us in the queue but were assigned these better rooms immediately. Luck of the draw I suppose. I've stayed in better rooms in Blackpool, I wouldn't recommend this hotel to anyone and I would never return. When you see the other hotels along the strip and compare it with the less than grand, believe me you will be disappointed if you have booked to stay here. Vegas itself is unique and worth the visit to satisfy a curiosity, we wandered around the other hotels which all looked lovely but equally as busy as the Grand MGM. A bit like Marmite, I would say if you don't gamble, don't go. There is nothing here to amuse you for more than a couple of days.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM