Sitting at the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard, and looking more like a gigantic emerald than a hotel, the MGM Grand, also known as 'Maximum Vegas', is a massive entertainment package that will make your Las Vegas holiday unforgettable
If you’re not gambling, you’re not in Vegas; MGM Grand is home to the largest casino in the state of Nevada. Try your luck at blackjack, roulette, or baccarat, or just lounge around and enjoy sports action on one of the 60-inch plasma TVs.
One of the hotel’s entertainment centrepieces is “KÀ,” a Cirque du Soleil production featuring unbelievable acrobatics, lightning-fast martial arts displays, and state-of-the-art special effects that can only be described as “magical.” A feast for your eyes, “Crazy Horse Paris” celebrates the beauty of the female form through spectacular lighting effects and sensual choreography. The original Crazy Horse was a Parisian saloon known for featuring nude women in its shows.
The nightlife sizzles at MGM Grand. If you’re into red leather, chrome, and decadent cocktails, Rouge is the place for you. Boogie down at the legendary Studio 54 with its two storey bar, go-go dancers, and vivacious music. If you prefer to dance on tables, find your way to the Tabú ultra lounge. Other chic bars are Centrifuge, Zuri, and West Wing Bar.
Offering more than incredible nightlife and entertainment, the accommodation in Vegas is stylish and luxurious. You have a wide selection of dining options, including traditional French cuisine by “Chef of the Century” Joël Robuchon, and California beachfront creations by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck at the Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill.
Shop to your heart's content at the numerous high end boutiques, and relax in the Grand Pool Complex, with its 26,000 square metres of tropical paradise.