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Every room at Skylofts at MGM Grand has floor-to-ceiling windows, so deciding which room has the best view is a matter of personal preference. If you’d like to watch the lights flicker on across the Strip at night, ask for a room facing west. If you’d like to watch the airplanes taking off and landing at the nearby Las Vegas McCarran International Airport, request a room facing east.
We personally enjoy room No. 88 at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, which offers a sweeping, panoramic view of the north and west sides of the Strip, with an incredible view of The Mansion, the exclusive, invite-only property at MGM Grand; the dazzling cluster of buildings at CityCenter; and the iconic replica of the Statue of Liberty at New York-New York Hotel & Casino.