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February 6, 2006

MGM Grand Taking Reservations For Condo-Hotel

Posted by Hunter

According to a press release from this AM, MGM Grand is now taking reservations for 'The Signature at MGM Grand', the condo-hotel (cotel) portion of the Residences at MGM Grand, opening in May.

The press release is included after the jump and details the accommodations' amenities.

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Reservations Now Being Accepted for New Luxury Accommodations

LAS VEGAS – MGM Grand announced today that it is now accepting reservations for The Signature at MGM Grand, the luxurious suite hotel to debut in May 2006.

A stylish addition to the MGM Grand portfolio, The Signature’s suites are set within three beautiful and distinct towers and will provide guests with a serene retreat and an intimate setting where the focus is on personalized service. Only steps away from the luxurious accommodations is complete access to the entertainment and excitement of MGM Grand’s renowned “Maximum Vegas” experience, featuring star chefs and restaurants, exhilarating nightlife, trendy shops, top-name entertainment including Cirque du Soleil’s renowned production of KÀ, a bustling casino floor, and much more.

The Signature at MGM Grand’s flawless, personalized guest service will begin immediately upon arrival with a private entrance and elegant lobby that remain separate from the main MGM Grand check-in facilities. The hotel’s dedicated staff and 24-hour concierge will provide an unparalleled level of comfort, security and intimacy. Valet parking, bell staff services and in-suite dining will be available around the clock for guests of The Signature at MGM Grand.

Offering a variety of spacious, well-appointed one-bedroom, two-bedroom and junior suites, The Signature at MGM Grand is the only hotel in Las Vegas with private balconies that command stunning views of the Strip and surrounding mountain landscape. Guests will enjoy the highest quality in-suite amenities including deluxe king beds with 300-thread count Anichini sheets, marble and granite bathrooms with Jacuzzi-brand whirlpool tubs and June Jacobs spa products, Sub-Zero, Miele and Bosch kitchenette appliances, ultra-thin LCD flat-screen high definition TVs, and high-speed Internet access with wireless capabilities.

One need not leave The Signature at MGM Grand grounds to enjoy a complete resort experience including a Fitness Center featuring state-of-the-art workout equipment, multiple heated outdoor pools, pool-side cabanas and cocktail service. Its proximity to the heart of MGM Grand gives guests at The Signature the best of both worlds: a dynamic, energetic “Maximum Vegas” environment and the chance to refresh and re-charge within the comfort of The Signature’s luxurious, tranquil ambience.

Business travelers attending meetings, seminars or special events at MGM Grand will appreciate The Signature’s efficient, round-the-clock concierge service, high-speed wireless Internet access and fully functional workspace.

The Signature at MGM Grand is a spectacular addition to the MGM Grand portfolio of outstanding accommodations. The May 2006 opening of its first tower, featuring 576 suites, is a preview of the special ambience that the entire complex will offer those who enjoy the vibrant life of “Maximum Vegas,” yet appreciate the convenience of an elegant retreat only moments away. Tower 2 is scheduled for opening in December 2006, and Tower 3 in May 2007. Tower 2 and Tower 3 will each feature 576 luxurious accommodations as well.

For additional information and to secure reservations for The Signature at MGM Grand, please visit <> or contact (877) 727-0007.


Read archived comments (2 so far)
February 6, 2006 9:26 PM Posted by Mike E

So these are essentially fully-furnished, unoccupied residences or are there certain floors dedicated to a hotel portion?

Looks very nice and prices aren't too bad. I have mixed feelings about the residential look of the rooms--while on the one hand nice, they look too much like a home. They don't have the same vibrance some other Las Vegas suites have.

Kitchenette and balconies are definintely unique, but "Maximum Vegas" looks like it's quite a hike away unless they're offering some kind of shuttle service.

February 7, 2006 4:21 AM Posted by detroit1051

The Release said 576 units will be available in each of the three towers, so most of the inventory will be rented. When you consider this means 1,728 units will be added to MGM Grand's room inventory, it's got to be good for MGM's bottom line.

Mike, next time you're there, check out the models. They're still on Studio Walk. They're basically large hotel rooms, some of them put together to form suites. The appliances and furnishings are all high-end. When I looked at them several years ago, I asked myself why someone would pay close to $1 million for a condo-hotel suite when they could buy a comparable unit (at the time) at Turnberry. Owners who put their units in MGM's room inventory lose a large percentage of the rent to MGM.

There will be enclosed moving walkways to the main hotel.