The Park MGM is an elegant casino hotel that offers a fresh take on the Vegas resort experience in the center of the Last Vegas Strip (previously known as the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino).
A collaboration between MGM Resorts International and Sydell Group, the Park MGM redefines what it means to stay and play in Las Vegas.
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The Park MGM is a whole new way to do The Strip, with self-service workstations located in the lobby with prompted messages that will guide you through the check-in process. That translates to a seamless way to get to your exciting plans even faster.
Choose from the Park MGM King and Queen Rooms, the Nightingale and Nighthawk Suites, as well as the Stay Well Rooms. The latter is loved for its ability to provide serenity for tired bodies. If you do not mind splurging, go for the studio at Hotel32 at the top of the hotel and enjoy excellent views that can only be seen from the 32nd floor.
Each guestroom at the Park MGM has its own collection of artwork, providing guests with the sense of a personal gallery with photographs, mixed media paintings, and found objects that draw inspiration from far-flung travels, bygone eras, and striking natural landscapes. The original artwork from commission artists and photographers Dimitri Coste and Clement Jolin, illustrator Alicia Galer, and mixed-media artist Beth Hoeckel offer unique perspectives on Las Vegas and public parks.
Other decorative artworks can be found around the property. For example, the casino cage showcases paintings by Claire Basler, the pool promenade is lined with over-life size wall reliefs by Frank Plant, David Oliviera’s wire sculptures are located in the high-rise elevator lobbies, and Richard Tuschman’s imagery can be found in each guest room corridor.
Whenever you need a break from all the gaming and entertainment, make your way to The Park. This is an expansive six-acre promenade for the best dining and entertainment experience. The popular attraction at The Park is known as the ‘Bliss Dance,’ which is a 40-foot-tall statue of a woman that comes alive at night.
What’s more, there are four restaurants at the Park, including the Sake Rok, Bruxie, Beerhaus, and the California Pizza Kitchen. At the hotel itself, visitors get to enjoy fine dining at Primrose, Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, La La Noodle, and many more.
Entertainment is available at the T-Mobile Arena and Park Theatre and the casino. Amenities at the Park MGM include room service and food delivery, a pool with lounge chairs, day beds, and cabanas, a salon, a spa, fitness center, concierge, a fine arts program, and much more.