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Skylofts at MGM Grand, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel on the top two floors of MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, offers 51 luxury lofts — all of which feature spectacular views and exquisite bathrooms.
To get the most bang for your buck, we recommend staying in one of the 26 one-bedroom lofts. They make a great introduction to the luxury Skylofts offers and cost the least of any room in the hotel, starting at $800 a night.
On the other end of the spectrum, our favorite suite is No. 88, a 6,000-square foot, three-bedroom loft with a sweeping, panoramic view of the north and west sides of the bustling Las Vegas Strip. It offers an incredible view of The Mansion, the exclusive, invite-only property at the MGM Grand, as well as views of the dazzling cluster of buildings at CityCenter and the iconic replica of the Statue of Liberty at New York-New York Hotel & Casino. The room also features a dining area, a piano and a game room with four televisions. It’s the perfect spot for hosting a party and taking advantage of the room’s surround sound and extensive in-room food and beverage services.