Visiting the MGM Grand Casino Las Vegas
Visiting the MGM Grand Casino Las Vegas is an experience to remember. The building itself is a massive icon in the centre of Vegas. The MGM Grand is owned by MGM Resorts International, they are one of the largest casino companies in the world.
Not surprisingly, this MGM Casino is one of the main public areas of the hotel complex. It has as much, if not more gaming space as any other resort casino in Las Vegas.
The great thing about MGM is their loyalty program. By using the facilities you are automatically gaining generous rewards. The idea is to keep you coming back.
The Gaming Experience
The Casino itself has more than 2500 gaming machines. Most of them are state of the art video slot machines. You can also play video poker and other electronic table games.
The high rollers have a dedicated area where the machines can be played for up to $1000 a spin. The minimum stake in the high roller area is $5. There is a full range of progressive slots starting with groups of linked machines and increasing up to networked slots. Some are networked to video slots in the other MGM casino resorts. Hitting the jackpot at MGM can be a life changing experience. Slot tournaments are run on a regular basis.
The table area in the Casino has 130 games including all the popular ones. Blackjack, Bacarrat and Craps have many dedicated tables. There is also a large poker room that caters low to mid stakes starting at $1. It is known for its low starting stakes and is very popular for that reason.
It is also known for sport betting. There are 60 screen racing setups, seating for many guests and there are skyboxes available for larger parties. It is easy to get caught up in sports betting mania here in the state of the art facilities. The horse racing is very popular amongst guests.
The hotel has accommodation to suit all budgets. The starting is just $79 a night. There are a lot of options.
The main hotel offers 4,293 standard rooms from $79-$499 per night. There are 751 suites from $250 to $2,500 per night. The suites have varying degrees of luxury.
The top two floors of the hotel are dedicated to Skylofts, there are 51 of them at a starting cost of $2,000 per night ranging up to $10,000 per night.
If that’s not posh enough for you, you can stay in one of the villas the MGM Mansion ranging from $5,000 to $30,000 per night.
There are plenty of accommodation options at the MGM Grand Casino Las Vegas.
It is the second largest hotel in Las Vegas and lives up to its name, grand. Entertainment events here are huge ranging from the Cirque du Soleil, the Comedy Club, Sporting Events to the David Copperfield Theatre.
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