Las Vegas Hotel & Casino: With premiere accommodations, jaw-dropping entertainment, and five-star restaurants, the MGM Grand offers the ultimate Las Vegas experience. The hotel and casino opened its doors in 1993 as a Hollywood-themed resort, and has been thriving ever since.
With more than 5,000 guest rooms, The MGM Grand accommodates every lifestyle. The Marquee Suites feature a grand foyer, which separates two master suites, covering more than 1,500 square feet. For the ultimate in luxury, travel two floors up and submerge yourself in The Skylofts.
The MGM Grand provides something for every member of the family. The kiddos will enjoy the six- acre pool, complete with rivers and waterfalls, the Lion Habitat, and the wildlife extravaganza at the Rainforest Café. But, let's face it; while the MGM Grand caters to everyone, its finest attributes are best left to the adults.
The MGM Grand boasts some of Sin City's best dining options and features the only Joël Robuchon fine dining restaurant in the United States. Joël Robuchon at The Mansion earned the coveted AAA 5 Diamond Award for its traditional French cuisine. L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon takes a less intimate approach with its unique counter service. Watching the chef prepare your Steak Tartar while you sit back and enjoy a refreshing Tapa, makes for an unforgettable night.
Nobhill brings Pier 39 to the Las Vegas Strip as Chef Michael Mina imports only organic produce and poultry direct from San Francisco. Prefer meat and potatoes? Not to worry, award-winning chef Tom Colicchio serves up a fine cut of Kobe Beef at Craftsteak.
Additional restaurants include Emeril's New Orleans Fish House, Seablue, Fiamma Trattoria, and the Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill.
Guests can spend the night dancing under the luminescent lights of Studio 54or unwind at Tabú Ultra Lounge. Featured shows include Cirque du Soleil's KÀ and MGM Grand's Crazy Horse Paris.
For LxM Christina Stewart