Complete List Of All The MGM Resort Hotels In Las Vegas

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Here is a full list of all the MGM Resorts-owned properties in Las Vegas.


Bellagio Fountains
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A luxury resort inspired by the Italian town of Bellagio, featuring the famous Fountains of Bellagio, O by Cirque du Soleil, a conservatory and botanical garden, and a gallery of fine art. This 5-star MGM Resort property is ideal for travelers who appreciate elegance and sophistication.

Bellagio ($$$): nightly room prices range from $200 – $400

The Cosmopolitan

The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas Interior
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Joining the MGM Resort group in 2024, this chic and trendy resort features stylish rooms and suites, Marquee Dayclub and Nightclub for all your partying needs, a trendy food hall, and a collection of restaurants by renowned chefs. Located between Bellagio and CityCenter, The Cosmo is best suited for travelers who love food and fun.

The Cosmopolitan ($$$): nightly room prices range from $200 – $400

MGM Grand

MGM Grand Pool Complex

A massive and iconic resort that showcases a variety of entertainment options, including Cirque du Soleil’s KÀ, the longstanding David Copperfield magic show, a massive pool complex with a lazy river, and the Wet Republic Ultra Pool. A good choice for travelers who want to be in the middle of all the action and experience everything Las Vegas has to offer.

MGM Grand ($$): nightly room prices range from $60 – $200

The Signature at MGM Grand

Signature at MGM Grand Lobby
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The Signature at MGM Grand offers a unique Vegas experience just off the Strip. As a condo-hotel, it stands out with fully equipped kitchens, balconies, and a serene, non-gaming, smoke-free environment. Guests enjoy the quiet ambiance, private pool access, and the convenience of being part of the MGM Resorts brand.

The Signature at MGM Grand ($$): nightly room prices range from $150 – $250

Mandalay Bay

Mandalay Bay Las Vegas
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A Southeast Asian tropical-themed resort at the southern end of the Strip that features a beach, a shark reef aquarium, and a wave pool. Mandalay Bay is also home to the Michael Jackson ONE Cirque du Soleil show. This is a fun place for travelers who like water activities and a quieter experience.

Mandalay Bay ($$): nightly room prices range from $100 – $200


Delano Las Vegas Exterior
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Situated on the same resort as Mandalay Bay, the Delano is an all-suite hotel that offers a rooftop pool and a lounge with panoramic views of the Strip. Known as the luxury arm of Mandalay Bay, Delano Las Vegas features minimalist beach-meets-desert decor, trendy and spacious suite-style rooms, an absence of on-site gaming, and access to all of Mandalay Bay’s amenities.

This is a classy choice for travelers who prefer a refined and serene atmosphere with no presence of a casino (the casino is technically at Mandalay Bay).

Delano ($$$): nightly room prices range from $150 – $400

Park MGM

Park MGM Las Vegas

Park MGM is a 4-star contemporary and casual resort that features a park-like setting, a concert theater, Eataly, and a variety of casual yet hip dining options. This is a really cool resort for travelers who appreciate nature, food, and culture. It’s located really centrally on the Las Vegas Strip and is a non-smoking hotel too!

Park MGM ($$): nightly room prices range from $100 – $200


Nomad Hotel Las Vegas
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A boutique hotel that occupies the top floors of the Park MGM, offering stylish and cozy rooms, a library, and a restaurant by Daniel Humm. NoMad is a hip, trendy, and intimate choice for travelers who enjoy a European flair and a more boutique hotel vibe.

NoMad ($$): nightly room prices range from $150 – $400


Aria Resort and Casino Las Vegas
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ARIA Resort & Casino, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star destination, seamlessly blends architectural beauty with eco-friendly initiatives, showcasing a commitment to sustainability in every aspect around the 4-million-square-foot property.

This modern and sleek resort that boasts a high-tech casino, a spa and salon, and a pool deck with cabanas and lounges. The Shops at Crystals are also attached to Aria. Perfect for travelers who enjoy hotels that prioritize sustainability, innovation, and public art.

ARIA ($$): nightly room prices range from $150 – $300


Vdara Hotel and Spa Las Vegas
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Vdara is an all-suite, non-gaming, and smoke-free hotel that offers a tranquil retreat with a spa, a pool, and a bar. With a commitment to sustainability and LEED Gold certification, it provides a clean, modern, and sophisticated atmosphere for guests seeking refuge from the typical Vegas hustle. Great for travelers who seek a relaxing and quiet escape from the Strip.

Vdara ($$): nightly room prices range from $150 – $300

New York-New York

New York New York Las Vegas

A budget-friendly hotel resort that recreates the skyline and landmarks of New York City, such as the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Empire State Building. It’s also home to the Mad Apple Cirque du Soleil show, the Big Apple roller coaster, a pretty sizable arcade, a casino, and a dueling piano bar.

New York New York is a fun choice for travelers who like to experience the Big Apple in Las Vegas.

New York-New York ($): nightly room prices range from $50 – $150


Excalibur - GoVegasGuide

The Excalibur Hotel and Casino is a budget-friendly and kid-friendly resort that resembles a medieval castle, featuring a casino, Thunder From Down Under, the Tournament of Kings show, lots of kid-friendly shows, and a Fun Dungeon arcade. Excalibur is a family-friendly choice for travelers who are looking for adventure and fantasy.

Excalibur ($): nightly room prices range from $30 – $80


Luxor Hotel and Casino Las Vegas
Courtesy of MGM Resorts

Luxor is a South-Strip resort that resembles an ancient Egyptian pyramid, complete with a sphinx, an obelisk, and a light beam. It also has a casino, the Titanic exhibit, and a Bodies exhibit. Easily accessible via a complimentary elevated tram, the hotel offers an affordable stay with a very kid-friendly atmosphere. The Luxor is a unique choice for budget travelers and families who are fascinated by history and mystery.

Luxor ($): nightly room prices range from $40 – $100

Additional Tips For Staying At An MGM Resort

  • Discounts offered at MGM Resorts properties: AAA discount, AARP discount, Military
  • Extra fees to be mindful of: As with all MGM Resorts properties, keep in mind that there will be nightly parking fees and nightly resort fees associated with your stay.
  • Parking perks: Paying for parking sucks, but if you’re heading out to explore other parts of the Strip, your parking pass will work for other MGM properties too! For registered MGM Resorts property guests, the 24-hour parking fee provides you with in-out privileges of the self-parking areas across ALL MGM Resorts Las Vegas destinations within the same 24-hour period.
  • Have the MGM Rewards credit card? You get complimentary parking at all MGM properties in Vegas!
  • Show Reservations: If you have your eye on a specific show at the resort, we recommend making reservations in advance. This can help you reserve better seating in the theaters so you can actually see what’s going on.
  • Stay Connected with MGM Rewards: Join MGM Rewards, the loyalty program of MGM Resorts, to unlock exclusive perks, discounts, and personalized offers. You can accumulate points during your stay, which can be redeemed for various benefits.
  • Mobile Check-In: Save time upon arrival by using the mobile check-in option. You can bypass the front desk and head straight to your room, which is a huge time saver during rush hours when dozens of groups line up to check in at the same time.
  • Weekday vs. Weekend Rates: As with many Las Vegas hotels, room rates can vary significantly between weekdays and weekends. If your schedule allows, consider planning your stay during the weekdays for lower rates.
  • Be mindful of special events, conventions, and festivals in Las Vegas too: Room rates can skyrocket to the high hundreds or even thousands of dollars on certain days. Look out for major events like CES (Consumer Electronics Show), SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association), the Super Bowl, NCAA basketball tournaments, championship boxing matches, Life Is Beautiful (LIB), Electronic Daisy Carnival (EDC) — and avoid visiting during those dates if you’re not actually attending these events!

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About The Author - Elle
About the author

My name is Elle and I'm a travel blogger based in California. I love helping people plan trips and create unique itineraries based on their interests and their budgets. I'm a huge fan of outdoor adventures and doing off-the-beaten-path things in Las Vegas (and around the world too)!