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At Skylofts at MGM Grand, the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel located atop Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, the average room cost varies depending on what size room you elect: a one-, two- or three-bedroom loft.
A stay at Skylofts offers plenty of luxury, from the 24-hour butler to the amazing champagne Jacuzzi infinity tub in every full bathroom. Of course, that kind of luxury doesn’t come cheap: A one-bedroom loft usually starts at about $800 and can cost up to $1,500.
A two-bedroom loft, which includes two and a half bathrooms, costs between $1,700 and $2,800 a night, while a mother-of-them-all, three-bedroom loft runs anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000 a night. With ample space to move about, guests in the three-bedroom suites have the option of adding a foosball or pool table — both convertible to a ping-pong table — to the room, just one example of the personalized service and luxury Skylofts offers.