Park MGM

By Elle
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In A Nutshell

Park MGM is a 4-star resort located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, offering an ultra-hip and modern escape that aims to bring the outdoors indoors! Nestled near landmarks like the T-Mobile Arena, The Park Vegas, and Eataly, this resort sets the stage for a unique Vegas adventure. With its contemporary design, diverse dining choices, and proximity to iconic attractions, Park MGM is your gateway to an immersive and memorable stay in the entertainment capital.

Park MGM Las Vegas

Location

3770 S Las Vegas Blvd,
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Hotel Type / Price Range

4-star resort – $$

Hotel Deals & Discounts

Hotel Features

Hotel Website

  • Year Built: 1996
  • Year Last Renovated: 2018
  • Minimum Room Size: Park MGM Resort Room (406 square feet)
  • Casino: Yes
  • Pool: 3 Outdoor Pools
  • Spa: The Spa at Park MGM
  • Day Club / Nightclub: N/A
  • Bars / Lounges: Juniper Cocktail Lounge, On The Record
  • Resort Fee: $42 USD + applicable taxes
  • Parking Fee: $18-23 USD per night (self-park)
  • Top Shows / Entertainment: Dolby Live shows & concerts, Maroon 5: The Las Vegas Residency
  • Top Restaurants: Eataly Las Vegas, Primrose, Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, La La Noodle, Best Friend
  • Buffet: N/A

About Park MGM

Park MGM Las Vegas underwent a remarkable transformation in 2018, emerging anew following a multi-million-dollar facelift and rebranding (previously it was the Monte Carlo — old and run down). Now, it’s a hip and contemporary-style hotel that appeals to mid-tier echelons, a significant leap above its siblings New York-New York, Luxor, and Excalibur.

Park MGM’s theme aims to bring the outdoors inside, with touches such as a Brazilian woodworker Henrique Oliveira sculpture of a tree with its roots stretching across the ceiling.

Park MGM features revamped hotel rooms, trendy restaurants, a remodeled casino and three pools. Dining options include the Primrose Restaurant, Bavette’s Steakhouse and Bar, and the Juniper Cocktail Lounge. The property also is home to the popular Italian food hall, Eataly.

Park MGM also features a 77,000-square-foot conference center. NoMad Las Vegas, a separate 292-room hotel, is located on the hotel tower’s top four floors.

NOTE: Park MGM has designated itself as a smoke-free hotel. Bye-bye, stale and headache-inducing smokey smell! Smoking is only allowed in designated smoking areas.

Location

One of the biggest draws of Park MGM is its prime location on the Las Vegas Strip.

The hotel is situated at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Park Avenue, just across the street from the T-Mobile Arena and the Park MGM Plaza. It’s also within walking distance of other popular hotels/attractions like MGM Grand, Bellagio and its glorious Bellagio Fountains, the Miracle Mile Shops, and the High Roller Observation Wheel.

If you’re looking to be in the middle of all the action, Park MGM is the perfect home base for exploring all that Las Vegas has to offer.

Rooms

The hotel features over 2,700 guest rooms and suites, all of which are spacious and beautifully decorated with unique artwork. Within the rooms, you can expect tasteful yet simple amenities like a sitting nook by the window, comfy bedding, Bluetooth capability, and cute bathrooms that come with this relaxing sage green tiling.

The most basic room type is the Park King or Queen (406 square feet), which features a comfortable king or queen-sized bed, a flat-screen TV, a work desk, and a minibar. The room also comes with a spacious bathroom with a walk-in shower (no separate soaking tub here though).

However, they will be missing a few common amenities that you’re probably used to, such as a fridge, microwave, and coffee machine. This is all too common with Las Vegas Strip hotels — they want you to spend money at their coffee shops! While they aren’t a standard within each room, refrigerators are subject to availability upon request.

The Park MGM hotel also offers a variety of upgraded room types, which feature a larger living space and a separate seating area (equating to about 700 square feet).

Entertainment

Park MGM is close to so much good entertainment. Dolby Live (formerly Park Theater) is where all the magic happens!

This state-of-the-art theater with a capacity of up to 5,200 guests has hosted some of the biggest names in music, including Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Usher, and Cher. At any given week, there’s at least one show or musical performance happening here. Be sure to check out their events calendar for all the latest shows.

And while there are no recurring shows that take place at Park MGM at the moment, Las Vegas’ most iconic Cirque du Soleil shows are only a stone’s throw away! Here are the closest ones to the Park MGM:

And then there’s Eataly. Our favorite part about Park MGM is that this gem of a food hall is housed here!

Restaurants

When it comes to dining options, Park MGM Las Vegas has something for every type of tastebud preference you can imagine. Best of all, nothing is too outrageously expensive — at least for Vegas standards.

Primrose, the uber-popular French brasserie is a popular choice for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Then there’s Roy Choi’s Best Friend, featuring a family-style menu of Korean-inspired dishes, including kimchi fried rice, spicy pork belly, and Korean-style fried chicken.

Other great eateries include Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, a classic steakhouse that offers a refined dining experience with premium steaks, seafood, and classic sides, as well as La La Noodle, a casual Asian eatery serving up a delightful range of noodle dishes, dumplings, and other classic Asian dishes!

Pools

If mint green and white stripes are your vibe, then you’re really going to love the pools at Park MGM! This quaint retro aesthetic is exactly why Park MGM is one of our favorite Las Vegas Strip hotels.

Park MGM Las Vegas features three distinct pool areas for guests to enjoy. The first is the South Pool, which is located on the ground level near the hotel’s main entrance. The second pool area at Park MGM is the East Pool, which is located on the same level as the hotel’s casino.

The third and final pool area at Park MGM is the NoMad Pool, which is located on the rooftop of the hotel’s NoMad Tower. This Moroccan-themed pool is exclusive to guests staying in the NoMad Hotel and features a luxurious, sophisticated ambiance with stunning views of the Las Vegas skyline.

Park MGM: What We Like

  • Hotel’s location is right in the middle of the Strip
  • The hotel’s contemporary/woody design appeals to younger crowds (less opulent, more casual upscaleness)
  • Multiple hip and highly rated dining establishments
  • Super easy access to Eataly (perfect for any meal of the day, including coffee runs)
  • Easy access to attractions/hotels like Park Theater, MGM Grand, Bellagio, New York-New York
  • Easy access to affordable convenient stores like ABC Store, CVS, City Target, Marshall’s, and other shops

Park MGM: What We Don’t Like

  • Hotel charges for parking, even for overnight guests (all MGM resorts offer 1st hour free, but charge after that)
  • Daily resort fee (which is common for most hotels on the Strip)
  • No coffee machine or refrigerator in-room (which is common for most hotels on the Strip)
  • There are no recurring shows that take place here (but you can easily go to nearby hotels for them)
  • There are no iconic nightclubs or pool parties here (you’ll need to go to another hotel for the clubbing experience)
  • Rooms are on the smaller side compared to other hotels in the area

Practical Tips / Things To Know

  • 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.
  • 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)!