May 19, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
The Signature at MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada
Come experience the world famous Las Vegas strip from the soaring heights of MGM Grand's premier venue, The Signature at MGM Grand. Perfection and privacy await in three sky-high all-suite towers adjacent to The Strip's bustling metropolis of entertainment and pleasure. The hotel's accommodations set new standards in personalized service in a unique non-smoking, non-gaming environment. Lavish suites promote relaxation with preferred amenities like private balconies, lush pillow-top beds, flat-screen televisions, and full kitchens with top-of-the- line appliances. In need of a little pampering? Sit back and enjoy the breathtaking view from the room's outdoor terrace as the attentive concierge staff organizes a sumptuous in-suite spread. When the time comes to explore The Strip, make your first stop the legendary MGM Grand. With direct access to the energy and excitement of the hotel and casino via connecting walkway, guests of The Signature experience the best of both worlds.
The Signature is your gateway to Vegas as you have never seen it. Venture outdoors for a swim in one of the hotel's three private heated pools, or work up a sweat in the fitness center before cooling off with a drink at The Lounge, an upscale gathering place for the jet-set, and a contemporary bar scene for the cool and casual. Sample simple gastronomy at its finest at the hotel's celebrated gourmet delicatessen Delights, located in Tower Two. For the finest in innovative spa therapies, visit the Grand Spa. Treatments like the Dreaming Ritual, a tribal-inspired treatment that includes exfoliation and Australian aboriginal massage combine the best aspects of traditional healing with contemporary flair. Just three miles from the McCarran International Airport, The Signature at MGM Grand is your ticket to leisure and luxury on the Las Vegas Strip.
Location of The Signature at MGM Grand
Nearest Airport: LAS
Amenities for The Signature at MGM Grand
- General Information
- 576 Guest Rooms
- Room Service
- Coffee Shop
- Pool Wait Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Fitness Center
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Pool Cabanas
- Outdoor Heated Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- CD Players
- DVD Players
- iPod Docks
- Marble Bathrooms
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Whirlpool Bathtubs
- Luxury Linens
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
Reviews for The Signature at MGM Grand
The service was extraordinary from valet to front desk. The room we had was enormous, and felt luxurious, yet comfortable. Pool area was relaxing, and not as hectic as other pools in Las Vegas. There was more area between chairs, and not a loud/annoying club vibe that seems to invade other pools. LOVED this stay, and will not stay anywhere else on return trips.
ChickenWing716 - New York
A return stop off from Hawaii to the uk to break the flight up.Very nice stay was only there for 2 nights but it was great a little off the strip but a pleasant walk. The staff were helpful the room was clean and quite all that we needed
Staying at the Signatures at MGM is a great upgrade from the main MGM property. Situated away from the main location, they stand as there pillars overlooking the hills to the south and the strip to the north. The views here are some of the best, in my opinion, in Vegas. The other noticeable amenity is the room size. If you are looking for room to spread your wings, this is a place to consider. The rooms are sizable and all suites (bedroom separated from the living area) and I believe all have a kitchen. I purposefully stay at these units when I am in Vegas longer than a few days and plan on making a store stop to buy food, drinks to have in the room. Beats always being dependent on restaurants. The Signatures also have a coffee shop (Starbucks) and a great workout facility at your disposal. If you are attending a conference at the MGM, a moving walkway will insert you right at the heart of the MGM conference complex. Great location and great rooms!
Jeff H - Boise, Idaho
Our stay at the Signature was probably the best vale for money and best quality of our entire US trip. The room was spacious with a large king bed, sitting are, kitchen and balcony. The bathroom had a wonderful spa bath as well as shower. The hotel staff was friendly and helpful. Located about 2 blocks from the strip we found the location very convenient The one surprise, that might have been my fault, was an additional resort fee that we were not aware of.
Raka25 - Pretoria, South Africa
Our first trip to Vegas and we wanted full on glitz, tackiness, casinos and lights! We'd spent hours looking at hotels and whilst waiting for flights to be confirmed, prices escalated to silliness, until we found this one (very last minute) and booked. Check in was at Tower 1. We were beyond excited when the taxi pulled up, until we walked into reception. Yes it's clean, yes it's nice, yes the guy was friendly but there was NONE of the Vegas atmosphere that we'd expected. No casino, empty bar, empty restaurant - disappointed was an understatement. Check in took a good 45 minutes as they needed to find a room that was ready for us (hello - it was 730pm in a huge hotel!!) and we were sent to tower 2. The walk there was uninspiring and dampened our spirit further. The room on the 22nd floor however was beautiful - huge comfy bed, stunning views, large bathroom. We chose the hotel for a) its proximity to the strip and b) a balcony, so that we could sit with our G&T before hitting the strip in the evening - the balcony is unfurnished (we'll assume health and safety) so carboshed that idea! The kitchenette was modern and clean with a working fridge. The coffee machine was useless (used the extortionately expensive Starbucks in a morning!) and there was no crockery or utensils so I have to question the purpose of it. Small bottles of water were provided each day, as were bathroom toiletries. The hotel felt much further to the strip than it probably was! The fasted route is to go out the front and walk round Harmon Avenue east rather than through the MGM. There is SO much walking in Vegas and this was not a hotel that you could quickly "nip" back to on foot. The MGM is a 10 minute walk (and another 10 to get through it to the strip), but at the end of a long day feels further! Taxis are available and the monorail stops at MGM (the station is at The Signature end!) which became our favoured method and was great value for money. The pool area was nice, shade limited unless you paid for a cabana, but the beds were comfortable. We ran out of time to go MGM's pool which always seemed to be packed. All in all a nice quiet hotel to escape to from the mayhem of the strip. Would I return? Probably not - I'd stay at the Venetian or somewhere in that vicinity to be more central to the places we enjoyed most.
JMHF - England