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Whether you’re in the mood for the best champagne or a simple merlot, Skylofts at MGM Grand's bar and in-room dining menu has something to slake your thirst.
The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel’s lobby transforms into a bar at night called the Sky Lounge, filled with candlelit tables and a luxury liquor cart. The lounge serves five champagnes, five red wines and five white wines by the glass. You can sip Opus One, a unique Bordeaux-style blend based on the Napa Valley cabernet sauvignon, at $110 a glass, or Silver Oak, a California cabernet, at $175 a glass. If you want to pop a bottle, then you can sip vintage Dom Pérignon for $95 a glass, or Cristal at $175 a glass.
If you want to order by the bottle from the luxury hotel's room-service menu, available 24 hours a day, the extensive selection comprises 11 champagnes, 15 white wines and 29 red wines — with enough price points to suit any budget.
The champagnes range from Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label for $130 a bottle to Louis Roederer Cristal Brut Rosé for $1,600 a bottle. White wines include classic chardonnays, rieslings and pinot grigios, ranging in price from a $50 riesling from Chateau Ste. Michelle up to a $390 a bottle Hermitage Blanc from Jean-Louis Chave. The large by-the-bottle red list includes pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon and malbec and ranges from a $60 merlot from Ferrari Carano to $4,325 for a Screaming Eagle cabernet sauvignon. You’re bound to find a wine to suit your tastes. Wine pairing is available with every meal after 4 p.m., or upon request, through in-room dining.