We visited Las Vegas and this hotel for New Year's Eve 2008. Although the three towers of this property make it appear sizeable like the other Las Vegas behemoth hotels, it felt more like a boutique hotel. Every member of the staff that I encountered was very pleasant and professional. Check-in was a snap since there was no line. We had a Junior Suite in Tower 3 without a balcony, but it was everything that I requested, especially the higher floor with a Strip view. If it were not for the new Planet Hollywood tower being built next door that blocks some of the landscape and more interesting buildings, the views would have been spectacular. The room was well maintained, large with tasteful décor and even equipped with a small kitchen. Housekeeping was amazing and nonintrusive. The only glitch was that sometimes the internet connection was spotty. This hotel is perfect if you want luxury but don’t want to deal with the throngs of tourists. If you are so inclined, take advantage of the MGM Grand Spa next door – it was wonderful. When you schedule a service, you are given full access to the spa and facilities. The atmosphere is very serene – I only wish that I had scheduled services beyond the fabulous Express Mani Pedi and spent more time there. The only major detractor for staying at The Signature is the long trek (from Tower 3 where we were ) to the MGM Grand casino and Monorail. In spite of the beauty and amenities of this hotel, if you are like my fiancé and need to be close to the “action”, you might be better off in another hotel that is closer to the strip and at least has gaming in its own lobby. As for me, it was a very nice stay.