MGM Grand marks its major milestone as it announced today the completion of the resort’s “Grand Renovation.” The $160 million room and suite remodel, which began in October 2011, includes 3,570 Grand King and Queen guest rooms as well as 642 suites of varying types. Las Vegas’ ultimate entertainment destination remodel in the hotel’s main tower also includes the exquisite Skyline Terrace and Skyline Marquee Suites.
President and COO of MGM Grand Scott Sibella said, “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. 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 Grand Queen guest rooms creates a contemporary sensibility and an inviting atmosphere as the talented team at MGM Resorts International Design combines the interior finishes and accents in creating the modern style. One and two-bedroom suites are also remodeled for guests seeking an additional space for their entertainment and relaxation. Several of the rooms feature sprawling outdoor terraces with extensive views of the famous Las Vegas Strip.
MGM Grand is committed to the sustainability of the newly remodeled suites and rooms. The design incorporates the environmental-friendly LED Lighting, improved thermostats and solar shades which will manage the temperature better for the guest comfort, upgraded showers and faucets and 100% biodegradable bath amenities.
Apart from satisfying the guests through modern style and environmental-friendly rooms and suites, MGM Grand also knows how to take care of their guests. A STAY WELL collection is introduced for guests looking to take their wellness lifestyle when traveling. Each 42 selected rooms and suites include shower water infused with Vitamin C that helps in the promotion of healthy hair and skin and wake-up light therapy that reverses jetlag. Guests can reserve now and the rooms will be available in late October.
The highly anticipated opening of Hakkasan Las Vegas Restaurant and Nightclub in the spring of 2013 is also part of the MGM Grand’s evolution. Guests will have an upscale dining experience combined with numerous nightlife components from one of Las Vegas’ preeminent nightclub operators, Angel Management Group. The venue, where the iconic Studio 54 stood for 14 years, will deliver an imaginative concept evolving beyond Hakkasan’s original restaurant model combining with the best of dining and nightlife that will change the Las Vegas Market.