MGM Resorts transforms Monte Carlo into Park MGM

MGM Resorts is legendary for entertainment in Las Vegas. The famous name is always adding more options for the visitors who come from all over the world. Its newest attraction is Park MGM, formerly the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. Located near T-Mobile Arena, this newly developed area features the Park Theater, and an outdoor pedestrian park area with shopping and restaurants. The area around Park MGM is abuzz with entertainment fit for the entire family. When you’re looking for a place to happen, Park MGM Las Vegas has it all.

More than a place to sleep

The Monte Carlo of old has been transformed. The rooms at Park MGM have been redesigned with living in mind, rather than just some place to rest your head at night – or daytime for the night owls. The idea here is a space that feels more residential, a place to hang out and enjoy before you jet off to hit another Vegas hot spot. For those days when venturing out isn’t in the cards, venture down to one of the three pools with a swimming and sun bathing area that channels the south of France. The new pool area features an oversized heated spa, 12 cabanas, multiple lounge areas, as well as multiple bars just steps away. And, coming in Fall 2018, the famous The NoMad Hotel.

Bavette's Steakhous and Bar

World’s best steak to authentic Italian and everything in between

Foodies will rejoice at Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, known the world over as serving up the best steak and fine dining. Coming in the fall of 2018 is Eataly, a marketplace with high-quality products from sustainable Italian and local producers, will span two levels and offer up something for everyone. Dubbed as a vibrant marketplace featuring everything from to-go counters, cafes, as well as sit down restaurants. If you’re looking for more of a quick bite, they’ll have that too. Plus, get ready to indulge in the inspired delights of Los Angeles chef Roy Choi. His yet-to-be named restaurant at Park MGM is set to open its doors later this year.

And, if you’re looking for something a little different, here are two spots you need to visit:

First up, there’s the Juniper Cocktail Lounge, located in the heart of Park MGM. This stylish, high-end lounge with its garden pavilion inspired style offers up hand-crafted cocktails, as well as expertly curated spirits program.

Second, if sports, quick dining options, a non-smoking venue and over two dozen TV screens are more up your alley, than Moneyline Sports Bar & Book is where you want to be.

Park MGM has purposefully been designed to not be what you’d usually expect from a Vegas resort. Dive into a modern aesthetic, which will provide you with the high-end hotel experience you’re looking for.