MGM Grand Las Vegas Unveils $160 Million Guest Rooms & Suites Remodel

MGM Grand Las Vegas hotel today revealed designs for its newly redeseigned guest rooms and suites. MGM Grand is recognized worldwide as the ultimate Las Vegas entertainment destination and with its $160 million remodel will keep their look fresh.


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MGM Grand Las Vegas New Queen Room
MGM Grand New Queen Room

Underway this week, the $160 million remodel includes all 3,570 guest rooms and 642 suites in the hotel’s main tower and is expected to conclude by September 2012. The initial set of redesigned rooms will be complete by the end of November 2011.

“Our new rooms complement MGM Grand’s incredible collection of accommodations,” said Scott Sibella, president and COO for MGM Grand. “This is one of many exciting announcements on the horizon, all of which will solidify MGM Grand’s position not only as an entertainment destination, but as a premier hospitality experience.”

Featuring warm, yet vibrant designs and color palettes with contemporary furnishings, the new room and suite designs create comfortable and functional spaces within a sophisticated setting.

MGM Grand Las Vegas New King Room
MGM Grand New King Room

Created by the talented team at MGM Resorts International Design, the remodeled Grand King and Grand Queen guest rooms showcase a stylish combination of interior finishes and accents, creating a modern sensibility with an inviting ambiance.

MGM Grand Las Vegas Tower Spa Suite
MGM Grand New Tower Spa Suite

For guests seeking additional space for entertaining and relaxing, a variety of one and two-bedroom suites also will be redesigned, several of which feature expansive outdoor terraces with sweeping views of the famed Las Vegas Strip.

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MGM Grand Las Vegas Resort

In keeping with MGM Grand’s commitment to sustainability, the newly remodeled rooms and suites incorporate environmentally responsible elements including LED lighting; improved thermostats and solar shades to better manage temperature and guest comfort; upgraded faucets and showers; and bath amenities that are 100 percent biodegradable.

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