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This morning we were up early to get the metro to the Kawada Hotel to meet up with our trek group. We were the first to the hotel so I took this as an opportunity to call lloyds to find out why my card wasn't working...yet again! Unfortunately I was still on the phone when everyone arrived and the first briefing began but not for too long and I joined everyone else to learn about what to expect and our destinations ...
... alcohol positioning and looked like death.
Whilst the boys were on their way back I had managed to figure out with the concierge that a chemist was not called a chemist or a pharmacy it was called a drug store. This conversation took the best part of 5-10minutes. The staff are very friendly. I then ventured to the drug store called Walgreens. This was located at the Venetian. It was a fun little walk it was really the first time I had had a ...
... leave as they were losing on their Blackjack tables.
Our next casino to try our luck was New York New York, a very fun themed hotel with a mini cobble street with apartment looking facades for their restaurants. We lost there again so decided to move on.
We wanted to go on the roller coaster that New York New York casino has on their roof but as it is so windy they have closed the ride. What a shame.
... they would do certain things or feel a certain sensation. Some of the people were believable and others not so much. We can't decide if they were really under or not but some of the reactions were questionable. He made a snake out of a belt. He put the belt around the black lady's neck and she stood there crying and screaming. That was believable based on her reaction. We don't think anyone could have faked that. The show was really funny. It kept us entertained. He kept our ...
... Coca Cola Shop, all possible merchandise was there. The shop is four levels and has narrow escalators. On our arrival there was a huge pile up as one of the "up" escalators stopped and until they gave up on it no one was allowed up. Everyone was coming in a stalling all on the ground floor.
There’s also a guy in a Polar Bear outfit for photos. He’s really funny with the kids and when we arrived he was lead out for his break by his minder as his costume makes ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Skylofts at MGM Grand Las Vegas
I would second what the other reviewers have said, the most amazing shower ever, infinity tub with champagne bubbles instead of blasting jets, and the best TVs and electronics we have ever seen in a hotel. I love the single remote for everything (climate control, window coverings, TVs etc).
One of the best hotels in the world
The Skylofts at the MGM Grand is an amazing hotel-boutique. Everything they say on the website is true, and the staff is very friendly yet professional.
If you have the chance you should try it. I still believe that $600.00 a night (1-bdr loft, off season) is a bargain for what you get: open bar, free movies, amazing loft decor, wonderful shower/bathtub, and the best service that a hotel can provide.
Maybe the only negative point is that it is on the top floor of the MGM Grand. Don't get me wrong, MGM Grand is an okay hotel but it still a regular hotel with nothing special comparing to the Bellagio or Wynn. Luckly the MGM is changing little by little...
Lately we have been going to Las Vegas more often than I thought I would ever want to go. But, well, the food! Fabulous! We wanted to go to Robuchon and so we made a reservation at the MGM Skylofts. Both were just wonderful.
I cannot accurately describe the Skylofts in words. This place was unbelievable. Talk about first class service. If you can pay the price, it's worth it!
I just loved the place.
I don't understand why for so long it didn't had it's own entry in tripadvisor, but finally this is fixed.
In one word :
We stayed at plenty of 5* hotels over the globe, but this one with the exception of a private (per room...) swimming pool has it all.
The decor, the staff, everything is amazing.
This is the greatest hotel in vegas.
Our annual trip to Las Vegas is our chance to get away from the daily drudge of work, life and being parents etc. After Four Nights at the Wynn, we decided to splash out and try the Skylofts for a few days having heard so many good things about it.
Exceeded all expecations
From the moment you're met at baggage and whisked to the SkyLofts in the Maybach you are transported to a different world. The room is jaw dropping - the infinity tub is filled and waiting, the butler is at your beck and call and the city lays out before you through the two story glass windows. Service throughout is friendly and polished. The restaurants are on par with the greats of the world - L'Atelier was mind blowing, while Nob Hill was intimate and refined. I'm not a big fan of Vegas in general, but this is an escape from the ordinary and a great bargain if you can score a mid week rate. Not to be missed!
Just came from a stay off 4 nights at Skylofts at MGM. I never stayed in a place with that kind off sofistication. Ultra high tech gadgets! 3 plasmas on the room! bang olufsen sound system, etc.
The service was perfect, with a buttler that takes care off all your needs.
Pity that it location(on MGM), forces you to a serious downgrade if you want to use any MGM areas, like the pool.
It is not cheap(U$ 600 on weekdays), but, at this time I didn't feel stealed in paying an expensive rate.