Park MGM Las Vegas

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Meet Park MGM, a fresh take on the Vegas resort experience in the center of the Strip. Here we're all about what's fresh, Park MGM is smoke-free. This is the kind of place where outposts of established excellence—like Eataly and The NoMad Hotel, Restaurant and Bar—sit alongside exciting new ventures we call our own. A poolside restaurant conjures the South of France, and a bodega-style bar and eatery brings the best of LA’s food scene to the desert, courtesy of Chef Roy Choi. Enjoy flair without the formality at Bavette’s and savor a handcrafted cocktail at Juniper Cocktail Lounge. Try your luck at the table of your choice, or with a brew and a bite at BetMGM Sportsbook & Bar. Kick back in a cabana or cool off in one of three pools. When the sun goes down, linger over drinks on the terrace—at Primrose, La La Noodle or our club On The Record. Park MGM is located next to the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena and is home to the 5,200-seat Dolby Live.
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Valet parking
Wifi
Pool
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Casino and Gambling
Evening entertainment
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Paid public parking on-site
Paid wifi
Hot tub
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Shallow end in pool
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast in the room
Snack bar
Vending machine
Poolside bar
Nightclub / DJ
Car hire
Taxi service
Business Center with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Photo copier / fax In business center
Spa
Couples massage
Foot massage
Full body massage
Hand massage
Head massage
Light therapy
Manicure
Massage
Neck massage
Pedicure
Salon
Steam room
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Concierge
Convenience store
Currency exchange
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Shops
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun umbrellas
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
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Telephone
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Iron
Laptop safe
Wake-up service / alarm clock
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Park MGM Las Vegas garners applause for its smoke-free policy and prime location, according to guests who also enjoy the variety of dining options nearby. While some travelers find the rooms outdated and missing basic amenities, the hotel's central position near key attractions does earn consistent praise. However, reviewers caution about noise disturbances from events and the street. Opinions on service and value are mixed, with commendations for cleanliness but grievances over housekeeping inconsistency and surprise fees.
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dmarchuleta2018 wrote a review Sep 2022
Colorado Springs, Colorado3 contributions36 helpful votes
Hotel's Favorite
Pretty much moms last tip she will not be able to travel any more. This was her favorite place to go. Wanted her to have one more trip before she got worse. Thank you for all you did. She was upset she did not win.
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Date of stay: August 2022
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ScVan wrote a review Jan 2020
Calgary, Canada10 contributions17 helpful votes
This was our second stay at Park MGM and we would definitely stay here again. The entire hotel has been renovated, although I'm not crazy about the room decor, the green carpet in particular. Having said that, the rooms are clean, comfortable and spacious, and the bathrooms are very nice.

We managed to get find a vacation package that offered a dining credit ($30/night per room), making the value of our stay even more attractive. There is a list of participating restaurants across all MGM properties to choose from, then simply charge the bill to your room. We returned to Eataly in the Park MGM more than once as the panini, pasta and pizza (all made from scratch) were excellent and reasonably priced.

Coffee is very expensive on the Strip, with most Starbucks charging $6+ for a brewed coffee. And with the only corporate store on the strip at the Grand Bazaar now closed, there is no location to redeem Starbucks rewards to receive free coffee aside from the ones at Fashion Show mall. We ended up bringing a travel kettle (rooms here don't have kettles) and a bag of coffee ($20 total, equivalent to 3 coffees) with us and making our own coffee all week.

Another benefit to the Park MGM is the location. It's centrally located in the centre of the Strip so it's easy to walk to any casino. The Park, the outdoor eating and entertainment area between the Park MGM and New York New York, is also worth visiting. It's a breath of fresh air in the concrete jungle, with water features, plenty of trees, and cobblestone paths. We ended up walking outdoors most of the time as the smoke in the casinos can be overwhelming.

Overall our stay at the Park MGM was very enjoyable!
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from Lea-ParkMGM, Guest Experience Specialist at Park MGM Las Vegas
Responded Jan 24, 2020
Hello there and thanks so much for coming back to us! We're glad to hear that you had yet another great experience with us. You definitely scored a sweet deal with the travel package- so glad you could enjoy all we have to offer. Thank you again for being with us and we look forward to creating new memories with you again soon.
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Travis928 wrote a review Jan 2020
Whitesville, Kentucky166 contributions137 helpful votes
We paid the extra $10-$15 a night to get a room with a strip view. Though we could see the City Center hotels, we could not see Vegas Blvd. That's not what I had in mind when paying the up charge. The window shades were electric and controlled by a switch on the wall which made it nice. The room was clean and well maintained, no issues at all.
The casino had a good selection of slots including Willy Wonka, Flintstones, and Lampoons Vacation that we enjoyed playing. Also, any time night or day there were plenty of $10 blackjack tables available. My only issue with this place was, that you had to walk through Eataly(the food court) in order to walk through the front door. There's no open foyer or anything, you just have to zig zaq through tables, chairs, and the crowds of people to even get through there. I feel like there should be another entrance ON Las Vegas Blvd that does not require you to walk through their food court.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Response from Lea-ParkMGM, Guest Experience Specialist at Park MGM Las Vegas
Responded Jan 23, 2020
Hi there Travis. Thanks so much for being with us. We appreciate the feedback you shared about the entrance to Las Vegas Blvd. Although there is an alternate route by the lobby leading into the Park Area, we can understand how this can be an inconvenience. We're glad that your overall stay was a positive experience and we hope you'll visit us again soon.
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michelleJ6567BY wrote a review Mar 2020
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From Chek Inn to check out everything was wonderful. It was so easy checking in the room was ready, the location of the hotel was perfect the Eataly we enjoyed so much ate there almost every day. I can’t think of anything bad.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Responded Mar 11, 2020
Michelle, thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us. We appreciate the opportunity to have you with us and we look forward to welcoming you back again soon.
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RadDadTravel wrote a review Jan 2020
Bainbridge Island, Washington320 contributions371 helpful votes
I understand that that resort fees are now the norm in Las Vegas, but I do not accept this. I particularly think it's a rip off during non-peak times of year. I visited the Park MGM in January, when many of the facilities are closed or only running on a limited basis. The Resort Fee is $37 + $5 tax. So for $42 extra a night, my advertised rate of $89 a night, is already $140+ a night before taxes. This is advertised, but the list of amenities is slim for what you get for $42 per night. Wifi and a half open pool was all I could tell that I was "getting" for this fee. I used the WiFi, but I was there for business and not for lounging at the pool, so the pool went unused. I did not gamble in the Casino, but this isn't something they should charge a fee for either. If this trend of resort fees continues, as it seems to be moving that way in many cities, it should just be added to the room charge and not be an over and above cost to travelers. I also think that if this trend continues, then the fee should fluctuate during the season. In January, make it lower. Or let the customer opt out of this fee. Give a wristband or key fob to customers who want to use the pool and for those who do not, give them the choice.
As for the property itself, the rooms were comfortable and have been recently refurbished in a tasteful way. The building itself is older, so the rooms don't have the magnificent floor to ceiling windows of some of the newer properties nearby.
I did like the convenient check in kiosks. They were easy to use and seemed to get rid of the problem of long check in lines that many Vegas hotels have.
The property itself has several interesting restaurant choices including Eataly, Nomad, and Best Friend by Roi Choi, all of which are great choices and varying price points. There are also a number of choices just outside the property which are good options too.
The rooms are clean, the beds are comfortable. I did have an issue with the fact that they don't give you water glasses anywhere in the room. They would prefer that you buy the overpriced plastic water bottles from the minibar, but why not even offer glasses. It didn't make any sense to me.
It is a new enough property that I may return, and could have a different experience, but I vehemently disagree with the high resort fee being added to my bill.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Room Tip: If possible, chose a room facing the Aria. Good partial views of the strip and vegas skyline.
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Response from MGM_Resorts, Guest Relations Specialist at Park MGM Las Vegas
Responded Feb 4, 2020
Thank you for your feedback. We are always looking for ways to better the guest experience and will send this to our team. We hope we can make it up to you in the future.
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Roger K wrote a review Feb 2020
Cleveland, Ohio663 contributions360 helpful votes
Stayed here well over 50 times as Monte Carlo and then recently Park MGM and NoMad.
Best location on the Strip. Tram to Aria and Bellagio. Easy walk across to NYNY and then across the bridge to Luxor and Mandalay Bay.
They just built a new bridge over Las Vegas Blvd to get across to shopping and MGM Grand.
All rooms are newly updated, as a matter of fact the entire property is new.
We got an upgrade to a wellness suite and it was nice.
Don't touch anything in the mini bar unless you want to pay $$$$. And I mean "just touch". You will be charged for it. It's OK if you do not mind paying $18 for a bag of chips and $8 for a can of pop.
I love this property though and usually have been staying at NoMad (the top 4 floors of Park MGM), but we stayed at Park MGM this time.
Really good place!
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Room Tip: Better views to the west, Strip view is lame
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DBinYak wrote a review Feb 2020
Yakima, Washington56 contributions85 helpful votes
I had stayed here as the old Monte Carlo and found the property very worn. Since renovations, its jumped up a notch. Check in and check out were entirely electronically. You receive a welcome email when your flight is arriving, go to a kiosk, scan your ID, and your key pops out and away you go to your room. The bathroom situation is much improved, it felt clean and new. If I had a complaint about the bathroom, it was the sink, which was this white modern looking but seemingly plastic one piece sink/counter, which already had stains in the bottom. The rest of the room was generically adequate. It was tight on the wall side of the bed. It was also a narrow path from the entry. The king bed now backs up to the bath wall and even though the bed faced the window, the room still seemed dark. Lighting in the room didn't help the dark feeling much, there is an overhead lamp in the seating area which just felt harsh in terms of the lighting effect. There is also no closet in the room anymore, just a very shallow wardrobe, so if you like to take your clothes and hang them or put things in drawers, you will find this room lacking. I'm not sure what the theme of the decor exactly is supposed to be. There are a lot of little generic photos on the walls in groups, and the furniture items don't seem to related to one another. Perhaps it was meant to represent an eclectic collected look but it just felt disjointed. A note on the casino, if you are looking for a free drink while playing slots, you are likely going to be disappointed altogether or wait forever. After playing (and losing) on the same machine for 20 minutes, I gave up and moved on. The Eataly concept is an interesting one but I found most all of the presentations grossly overpriced but hey its Vegas, and food's not cheap anymore. If I had to choose among the MGM properties on the south end of the strip, as a guest, I'd still probably choose this one over the other choices since its the newest renovated. While the MGM itself is nice, as a guest, you'll walk yourself to death for everything because its just too large so food, the pool, your room, are all a long haul walk. At least the Park MGM is designed like a 3 spoked wheel so your walk to the room isn't as long.
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Room Tip: I was in the wing that points towards the Aria, it was quiet, but a little dark.
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Responded Feb 4, 2020
Thank you for your feedback. We are always looking for ways to better the guest experience and will send this to our team. We hope we can make it up to you in the future.
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Melissa B wrote a review May 2021
Ohio21 contributions3 helpful votes
The resort itself was a great price for the five nights we stayed. It is conveniently located on the strip and it is easy to get to other resorts/casinos. The room itself wasn’t anything wonderful. We had a strip view on the 20th floor. The view was really of the strip which wasn’t a wide view due to the angle of the hotel. The room had really old light fixtures and the color of the walls wasn’t that great but we were not buying the place. The bed was comfortable. Housekeeping cleaned our room one day (per our request) but I did ask for fresh towels off their carts each day and gave them my trash/used towels. All the housekeeping staff gave me the items I requested and were polite.

The pool was amazing and there were plenty of chairs with umbrellas or chairs in the shade so don’t bother to purchase their chairs for the day unless you want a nice cushion or a nice cabana. They had plenty of pool towels and the service at the pool was great. Both servers we had were attentive but did not force people to purchase food/beverage items. The pool food was good.

The one downfall about the property (but probably Vegas in general) was there was no fridge in the room and most items such as food and drinks were costly at the resort. However there was a Walgreens and CVS located near by and you can buy alcohol and snacks at those places. There was also a Denny’s located across the street and it was a great price for breakfast. If you order carry out, you don’t have to wait in the line to be seated and you can take it back to the resort. You can also check out the happy hour at the Hard Rock Cafe located across the street.

Lala Noodle inside the resort was our favorite and we found the meals to be reasonably priced for the area. We also had drinks at the Jupiter cocktail lounge and the drinks were also good there.
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
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Mad dogs wrote a review Feb 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom14 contributions40 helpful votes
Booked this hotel for the Wilder v Fury fight and the hotel wasn't a primary concern when booking, but friends had stayed before and we had a good recommendation.

I previously have stayed in the Wynn Encore so I am very much of the view that expectations should fit the price you pay. If you want opulence then the Wynn, Bellagio etc etc are the hotels for you.

If you want a hotel that would probably still be 4 or 5 stars in most countries then the MGM Park is ideal.

The location of the hotel is great with it being close to the MGM Grand and you can also get a free tram to the Aria and Bellagio.

Taxi for the airport was $23 and took about 20 minutes. Like most of the previous reviews I think the automated check-in was problematic in that we had to get help two to three times as the system couldn't find us. However, I imagine like all technology those things will get better.

The room was very clean, had a tv, safe, iron and a few drinks and snacks if required.

The facilities at the hotel were good with the outdoor pool and onsite shops for food and snacks and then a few restaurants. The Eatery at the end of the hotel and a wide range of food available and we often ate there for breakfast.. not the cheapest but like most places in Vegas everything seems so overpriced.

The Casino was good, we mainly played the fruit machines which seemed to pay well in the mornings and seemed to pay better the than other Casinos we went to.

The only downside to Las Vegas is that you can smoke anywhere and whilst I understand from a business perspective you don't want to lose gamblers because they need to smoke, all of my clothes stank of smoke and given a choice I would prefer a non smoking environment. However....it's Vegas so take it or leave it!!!

Overall a great hotel for the money as well above my expectations vs the price paid.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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arice715 wrote a review Apr 2021
Denver, CO11 contributions1 helpful vote
The first non-smoking casino/resort on the strip is worth a visit. The air is cleaner, the quality is higher, and the vibe is fun at this modernized resort. It has all the games you could want, though it’s maybe lacking cheaper table games. The rooms are comfortable (though the power of the air leaves a bit to be desired, it does eventually get to the temp you’re looking for), and the showers are probably the strongest I’ve ever seen in a hotel. Would be nice if they upped their food game. Fortunately they’re super close to other food options, but they essentially only have sit-down restaurants (plus Eataly) and everything is closed by 10pm. Also room service stops at 2pm on weekdays, which is disappointing for a city that is quite literally up all night.
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Answer from Feanorq8
Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates167 contributions135 helpful votes
Yes there is one…not cheap either…but cannot remember the charge
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LoriM asked a question Mar 2023
London, Canada27,143 contributions22 helpful votes
Is there late checkout.
Answer from kimmysue42
Minneapolis, Minnesota1,586 contribution262 helpful votes
I think they grant that on a person by person basis. Depends on time of year, day of week & if you have MGM status.
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danbot94589 asked a question Mar 2023
San Francisco, California254 contributions29 helpful votes
I'm checking in for two nights this Wednesday, what's the fee to bring a mini fridge to my room?
Answer from naraca
San Diego, California, USA51 contributions40 helpful votes
Sorry. I don’t know. I would call & find out.
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Cheri W asked a question Feb 2023
Chicago, Illinois1 contribution1 helpful vote
How much does the VIP section of the east pool cost? I can't find it anywhere online.
Answer from Elizabeth B
Concord, New Hampshire7 contributions1 helpful vote
I don't know. I wouldn't go back
Answer from Jill H
Oswego, Illinois31 contributions11 helpful votes
There are some free chairs with umbrellas near by. There are also free areas with shade, so sun has not been an issue. Not like the Mirage where unless you paid for a chair absolutely no shade. It doesn’t hurt to get there early if you want a certain spot.
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Road772373 wrote a tip Feb 20
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"Avoid the Avis car rental at the hotel"
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A I wrote a tip Feb 17
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"Your parking pass also gets you in other MGM properties."
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Court A wrote a tip Feb 17
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"Don’t bring your children. If you’re a decent human being who cares about people - this probably isn’t the hotel for you. "
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Alex N wrote a tip Jan 2024
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"BYOP. Bring your own pillows"
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Freedom590241 wrote a tip Jan 2024
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"Stop by Eataly to get some amazing food and a great atmosphere."
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Which popular attractions are close to Park MGM Las Vegas?
Nearby attractions include Aussie Heat (0.2 miles), Raiding The Rock Vault (0.1 miles), and Nathan Burton Comedy Magic (inside FlyOver) (0.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Park MGM Las Vegas?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Park MGM Las Vegas?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and blackout curtains.
What food & drink options are available at Park MGM Las Vegas?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a poolside bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Park MGM Las Vegas?
Yes, a parking garage, paid public parking on-site, and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Park MGM Las Vegas?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bubba Gump Shrimp Co., Chin Chin, and L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Park MGM Las Vegas?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Is Park MGM Las Vegas located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.7 miles away from the center of Las Vegas.
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Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Park MGM Las Vegas?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Park MGM Las Vegas offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business center, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.