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A Look Inside the New Park MGM in Las Vegas

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Jul 9, 2018 1:04:03 PM

Park MGM_LobbyPhoto: Park MGM/Patrick Michael Chin

The Park MGM is earning rave reviewings as the newest resort on the Las Vegas Strip. Renovated from the Monte Carlo in a partnership between MGM Resorts International and the Sydell Group, the property has been given a top-to-bottom makeover in a busy location near the T-Mobile Arena, CityCenter and other attractions. 

All of the regular rooms have been given an upgrade with a charming, quirky boutique-style feel. Accent walls, bedroom furniture and bathroom tile are highlighted with sharp colors like bold red or deep marine green. Virtually every room has either views of the Strip to the east or the Spring Mountains to the west.

The restaurants are proving to be a big draw, even for people not staying at the hotel. Bavette's is a dark and seductive steakhouse with tender prime cuts from Chicago stockyards. Primrose, on the other hand, is a light and breezy casual dining spot with a lush garden patio that overlooks the pool.

If you're sticking to drinks, stop by Juniper Cocktail Lounge. The lobby bar is great for people watching on the casino floor and has a well-stocked spirits selection that includes the largest gin collection on the Strip. The cocktail menu itself features a combination of inventive new creations and classics prepared with a hand-crafted touch. 

ParkMGMSouthPoolPCPatrickMichaelChinPhoto: Park MGM/Patrick Michael Chin

The pool complex is divided into three swimming areas. It disregards a rowdy dayclub atmosphere in favor of an easy family-oriented environment with music playing at a comfortable volume. Padded lounge areas and cabanas are often protected from the glare of the overhead sun, offering comfort and relief during the triple-digit heat of summer. The poolside menu doesn't have any dramatic surprises, but includes a nice combination of beer, wine, cocktails and snacks. 

Business travelers will be happy to see the Park MGM has 77,000 square feet of conference and event space. That includes the Madison Meeting Center, an intimate flex-area for up to 50 people with a pantry and customizable areas for classroom training, seminars and other functions.

That's not all. A few more renovations are still in the works for the new Park MGM. In the upcoming months, the resort will add Eataly (an Italian dining and retail hybrid), an Asian restaurant concept by Roy Choi and the NoMad hotel-within-a-hotel geared toward the high-end luxury traveler. A retro-inspired nightclub and lounge called On the Record will open by New Year's Eve. It's clear to see that Park MGM is just getting started as the hottest new resort on the Vegas Strip. Book your next flight to Las Vegas with Cirrus Aviation Services and see what all the excitement is about. Call 702-472-9714 to make plans today.

By Rob Kachelriess

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