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.
Gute Lage. Riesen Hotel Anlage. PREIS FÜR DIE WET REPUPLIC PARTY IST EINE FRECHHEIT!! 175 USD pro Mann.Comment of B. Markus , Germany the 2017-05-07
I arrived in a very flustered state as i had a tour pick in under 45 mins. The consierge was amazing and extremly patient. I was offered a suite upgrade for a moderate price WOW. The suite was amazing and very comfortable. The swivel tv was great. The only downside was the key entry sometimes played up and the powerpoints were not suitably placed in the room. Unable to charge phone on sofa. I would throughly recommend another stay. Amazing experience.Comment of W. Chris , Australia the 2016-12-25
Great hotel lovely rooms and the noise was very minimal as it is on the main strip all staff very helpful and courteous. I would stay here again.Comment of L. Williamina , United Kingdom the 2016-08-16
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
"Ideal stay for Vegas - you never have to leave!"
Ideal location on the Vegas Strip. We were upgraded to a room in the Grand Tower for free as they only had ground floor standard rooms available in the west wing. Our room was lovely, very comfortable and spacious. The casino is huge and just fantastic! My first time in Vegas and I was blown away. The buffet was great, but only ate there once as we went out exploring other days. We also saw Cirque Du Soleil - KA - the one hosted in the MGM Grand and it was absolutely amazing! Can't recommend enough! Leaving the exit onto the strip, you're right in the middle of it all and it's so easy to get about with Uber having their own station at the MGM, and the tram stop. Apparently they also have a massive/awesome pool, but we didn't go to it so can't comment. Great stay!
"Very nice hotel"
I enjoyed my stay at the MGM Grand during the wedding conference that I was attending. Rooms are spacious, clean, and quiet. My only negative was that the room did not have a coffee maker and it was a long walk to the coffee shop and over an hour wait in line to get a cup of coffee at the Starbucks in the lobby.
"Lovely Hotel "
Plus: -Great value -Above and beyond best staff in every department from any hotel. Loyal employees with average of 20+ years employment. A great sign of a company treating employees well. Spoke with many employees from several departments; they advise that MGM promotes and offers better positions to it’s own employees first and gives excellent benefits. This makes me happy, and is clearly a reflection of the positive attitude of the staff. Top golf next door is excellent!! Room service food: was excellent, large portions, reasonable price, 24 hour room service; fabulous waitstaff Stay in higher floors. Lower floors rooms need refreshing. We were assigned a room on 4th floor and were dissatisfied. Hotel was EXCELLENT in putting us in a better room at no additional cost immediately. Excellent service. Room amenities are average. Refreshing that casino is not overly crowded. Many shops, events and opportunities on site for entertainment. Excellent 4+ star restaurants on premises. Miki Moto, Iron Chef restaurant is incredible!, Emeril’s and so so many other choices. Lots of bars, two dance bar. Huge huge huge hotel! So much to see. Lovely pool with many many cabanas or comfort pods available to purchase for day at poolside. LOVE the big movie light lamps in the rooms. So Hollywood! Quite a great style plus to my room! Also loved the retro cabinetry. Fabulous. Not crowded! Wonderful. Stayed at Bellagio last year. Lovely hotel but experience ruined by over crowded Miss: Not much ... No robes is a big miss Couches on both older room on 4th floor and nice new room on 26 were just stale. Ugly. Didn’t fit. Not attractive or comfortable. Should be replaced. Overall, it’s a very, very nice hotel of excellent quality with great value if you shop right. But it’s got too much “old Vegas” lingering, not in a good way. They seem to be revamping though. I’d go again.
"Fight and Concert"
Me and the wife went to the MANA concert at the MGM GRAND and it was Amazing the venue was impressive security was tight every single person was scanned and pat and this happen 7 days before the Vegas incident we were shock, the Hotel is one of the Best in the world and we had a nice time
"Excellent! Something for everyone"
Returning from my trip to Las Vegas and I felt the need to post a review to give account of my experiences and put a few tips for anyone considering a similar trip. My wife and i stayed in the MGM signature, which are self catering apartments attached to the MGM Grand. Only a short walk from our room to the strip we were perfectly sited to see all the attractions Vegas had to offer. The staff at the signature and the Grand were polite, curtious and very helpful. During our stay we tried the buffet which on the week days is reasonably priced... for Vegas. The food was nicely laid out and very tasty. I found the food prices to be some what expensive compared to where I live (A town along the coastline in essex) so if I was going to recommend a budget for food I would suggest around $50-$100 per person a day for food. Although I will say there are a load of cheaper options if you are happy to dine in restaurants away from the casinos. We tried a Denny's and found it was good value for money with plenty options for diners. On to the subject of money in general we found that you really need at least another $100 per person per day. This was based on doing a few activities and a bit of gambling (not too much though). Much of the gambling we did was on electronic roulette machines and the "one arm bandits". If you are novice like we were i recommend looking up how to play the games online. That said we visited a blackjack table on a quiet moment and the crupier was happy to guide us through the basics. A tip is to keep an eye on the minimum bet stated on both the tables and the machines. We found 1 cent machines which allowed to stay gambling for a long time on just a couple of dollars. This is handy if you want to have a drink. On the gambling floor servers are constantly walking the floor taking drink orders from those who are gambling. These drinks are essentially free as long as you are gambling. They do expect a tip which I found a couple of dollars is about the expected level. One night we were able to have constant drinks for only a few dollars while we sat gambling on the 1 cent machines. Before you think we are hardened gamblers (Which is very easy to get caught up) this was only a small fraction of our 7 day trip. Although iconic for gambling we found that there was loads to do if gambling isnt your thing or you fancy a break from wining (or losing). The casinos themselves are attractions with each, offering a different theme. I would say that most of them are worth a look. Our personal favourites where Caesars Palace and the Venetian. The Venetian in particular was a sight to behold. They have recreated Venice which even includes a gondalor ride. Although a little pricey, it was a really enjoyable experience, especially if you want to treat your partner (roses are even available for the ride). Caesars palace was everything you expect from the premium casinos you have seen on TV. The shopping in there was one of the best along the strip. Further out there is the stratosphere which I would say one of the more unique casinos. In case you are unaware of it it's a 350ft tower with a casino and shops on the ground floor and viewing platform, rides and a cafe on the top floor. I highly recommend going there just for the views of the area, this is great photo opportunity place. I'm obviously not of sound mind as I decided to pay for the ticket that included a go on all the rides at stratosphere (pretty scary!). Situated on the top of stratosphere tower there are 3 different rides each making use of the hight of the tower to increase the fear factor. Ride one was standard rotating ride however the main arm is moved over the edge of the tower before it starts it's rotations. Each rotation it speeds up and the smaller arms get further away from the main tower. Ride 2 is a open top carriage on a rail which tilts the carriage off the building which seems like you are about to fall off the edge before stopping you. Lastly ride 3 is jump seat tip ride, this launches you even higher into the sky. An experience for the adrenaline junkies especially ride 2 which I found to be the most scare inducing. Moving away from the main strip we visited Freemont street which is the old strip you may have seen in the old movies. This is an experience you really should do during your trip. We visited on a Saturday and I can whole heartedly say that is one of the places to party. There is plenty to see with live bands playing and tons of street performers there is plenty to see. While we were there we did the slotzilla zip line. This travels the extent of Freemont street and it was a great experience and highly recommend it. You will need to book ahead as it is very popular. In addition to this I suggest you take a look at the container park. This is comprised of metal shipping containers transformed into shops. It's a really nice area fully of shops and food places. I recommend Big Ern's BBQ while you are in that area. I can't mention Freemont Street without mentioning transportation. It's about a 20 min bus ride from the strip. The buses regularly pick up along the strip and travel either northbound towards the Freemont Strip or southbound towards the welcome to Vegas sign. We found the bus is great way to get about and it was reasonable priced. For those interested there are two types of buses that run this route the deuce or the SDX, both go to the same places but SDX has fewer stops. With regards to Freemont street the bus drops you off just outside the golden nugget and picks up outside the queens. If the party atmosphere of Freemont Street is not for you I recommend doing a Grand Canyon trip. We did one that included a trip to Hoover Dam, helicopter ride down the canyon and a boat trip along the Colorado river. This really is a must anyone visiting especially those who like to take photographs. I will say with our trip it was a little rushed as we had to do our helicopter Ride, boat trip and a trip over the glass walkway over the canyon in a short period of time as our tour bus only gave us short time to do all these activities. We would mention that if planning on doing the helicopter experience there was not much point in adding the skywalk on as you are not allowed to take any pictures. Staff can take pictures of you in amusing positions but these come at a price. During our time away we watched the Penn and Teller show at the Rio casino. Fantastic show and for those who are fans you get a chance to meet them afterwards and take selfies! So that sums up our trip to Las Vegas. It was a fantastic experience which i would recommend to anyone. Although it's not that family friendly as there is a lot of walking and the city does live up to its reputation as the sin city. For those considering it i recommend carry plenty water as it gets hot. We found the best/cheapest places for this are the ABC stores and CVS stores as they are 2 dollars cheaper that the casinos. It is expensive but don't let that put you off as there is something for anyone's budget. I highly recommend.
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