MGM RESORTS — The Suite Life

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One-Bedroom Lakeview Suite at Bellagio.

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Booking your clients at an MGM Resort destination is nice—but having them experience a suite at any of our hotels is even nicer. Some of the best suites in Las Vegas can be found at MGM Resorts hotels.

Sky Suites at ARIA Resort & Casino: The ARIA Sky Suites are the pinnacle of luxury. Each suite is a AAA Five Diamond, Forbes Five-Star retreat featuring stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip. Guests enjoy a private Sky Pool with luxurious chaise lounges and exceptional personal concierge assistance. The Sky Villa goes above and beyond with personal Butler Service to accommodate every comfort available.

One-Bedroom Lakeview Suite at Bellagio: If there’s one thing your clients are going to want to see during their stay, it’s The Fountains of Bellagio. The one-bedroom Lakeview suite offers 2,075 square feet of open living and dining space, master bedroom and couples’ baths—one featuring a steam shower, the other a soaking whirlpool tub. And of course, the most spectacular views of The Fountains of Bellagio.

Reef Suite at Mandalay Bay: Guests take in magnificent views of the Mandalay Bay Beach or majestic mountains from the floor-to-ceiling windows. The suite comes with complimentary access to the Spa Facilities and Foundation Room; however, once you walk in and savor the essence of what Mandalay Bay has to offer, you may not want to leave your room.

Tower Spa Suite at MGM Grand: Designed for both entertaining and relaxing, this private oasis features an enormous living area ideal for hosting a party or relaxing in style. When the festivities have ended, the decadent, whirlpool spa tub will help your clients unwind.

The Nightingale Suite at Park MGM: With a Las Vegas Strip view, this suite has all the amenities of the Nightingale Suite plus a front row view of the lights of the Las Vegas Strip. The room has two queen-size beds with luxury linens, bedside chargers for your phone or computer, an art gallery wall curated by Le Studio be-poles plus a wet bar, window seating for four, with a large cocktail table and comfy leather chairs that can be used for working, dining, or hosting friends. When it’s time to rest, there are blackout curtains, too.

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