MGM Resorts in Las Vegas—Where Imagination Comes to Life

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Centered at the entertainment capital of the world lies MGM Resorts, a portfolio of resorts & casinos that have been redefining the Las Vegas Strip for decades. And they’re not done yet.

From distinctive room remodels to unparalleled entertainment offerings, each resort offers a new experience every time your clients come to Las Vegas…again and again.

Celebrating its silver anniversary in 2023, Bellagio Resort & Casino has unveiled a newly reimagined Spa Tower, designed to be a gateway to the Italian countryside, where a calming retreat created by design, art and light includes custom furniture and wall coverings, bold contemporary fine art, stately granite and marble details, and colors recalling the stunning mountain-scape and shoreline of Lake Como.

The MGM Grand continues its ongoing commitment to innovation with new Studio Tower rooms inspired by the mid-century style of Palm Springs, incorporating a desert palette of fresh pinks and greens along with wood floors, space-saving barn doors and carefully chosen artwork, not to mention additional shelving, recessed mini bars and open closets.

From desert chic to the towers of NYC, newly remodeled rooms at New York-New York blend city verve with contemporary loft comforts, featuring bold colors, new furniture and updated amenities including multi-use activity table/workstations, and in premier rooms, hard vinyl flooring and refrigerators.

Sports & Entertainment Capital

Once clients are renewed and refreshed by our incomparable accommodations, they’re ready to be immersed in a sports and entertainment scene that scores on every imaginable level.

The A-list of international superstars continues to top the marquees along the Las Vegas Strip as well as at venues like Allegiant Stadium, Dolby Live at Park MGM, T-Mobile Arena and The Chelsea theater at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, inspired by some of the world’s most iconic performance venues.

As if this weren’t enough, Las Vegas itself is picking up the proverbial ball and running with it, hosting thrilling competitions in football, baseball and Formula One racing.

In February 2024, the Big Game will touch down at the recently opened Allegiant Stadium, marking the first time for Las Vegas and the state of Nevada. Mandalay Bay makes it easy to get there—or to any event at Allegiant—with just a 15 minute walk to the stadium over the Hacienda Bridge. And if clients are at Luxor, Mandalay Bay is just steps away via an enclosed walkway through The Shoppes at Mandalay Place. Once at Mandalay Bay, clients can enjoy a variety of dining options like Retro by Voltaggio, Libertine Social, Stripsteak and Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar. Mandalay Bay also announced the upcoming inclusion of Swingers, an indoor mini golf experience for adults 21+ due to open in 2024.

Meanwhile, gentlemen will be starting their engines when the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix zooms into town Nov. 16-18 on a 3.8-mile track weaving past casinos and hotels at speeds of up to 212 mph. MGM Rewards will be offering ticket and room packages including grandstand seating with complimentary non-alcoholic drinks and food by Wolfgang Puck Catering, and premier hospitality access at the luxurious Bellagio Fountain Club which includes meet-and-greets with F1® ambassadors, unrivaled track and fountain views, exclusive entertainment, and a menu curated by celebrity chefs.

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