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All of the 51 “rooms” at Skylofts at MGM Grand are actually two-floor lofts designed to feel more like Manhattan apartments than Las Vegas hotel rooms.
Lofts at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel come in one-, two- and three-bedroom varieties, and each is decked out with limestone floors and stairs and high-quality upholstery and fabrics throughout. Fun design elements, such as the Colombian artwork and black and white statues, give each a swanky residential feel.
On the first floor of the one-bedroom loft, you’ll find a six-person dining table, full living area, wet bar and mini-bar, as well as a spacious desk with office amenities and a half bath. Upstairs, a full bedroom with an amazing, luxurious bathroom and huge walk-in closet definitely make you feel at home. The beds are covered in soft, all-white Anichini linens and six plump pillows, and bedside there’s a comfy chaise lounge with soft Kashwére blankets, perfect for cuddling up to read. Skylofts has 26 one-bedroom lofts, each totaling about 1,400 square feet. The 20 two-bedroom lofts have two and a half baths and total 3,000 square feet — plenty of space for you and your friends to chill out or throw a party.