Where can I have breakfast at Skylofts at MGM Grand?

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If you’re like us and breakfast is your favorite meal of the day, you’re in luck — Skylofts at MGM Grand has delicious morning options on its in-room dining menu and is just an elevator ride from the myriad breakfast options at the adjacent MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.

If you don’t want to get out of your pajamas, a few things stand out on the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel's in-room dining menu: Kobe steak and eggs, lobster benedict, huevos rancheros, the buttermilk pancakes, Irish oats and vanilla-infused cream of wheat. The citrus-smoked salmon on a bagel with cream cheese is also a favorite. Be sure to ask if the assorted basket of pastries from Joël Robuchon, the Five-Star French restaurant at the MGM Grand, comes with your breakfast. If you’re a breakfast-for-dinner kind of person, you can order it 24 hours a day off the in-room dining menu.

Every loft comes equipped with a state-of-the-art Jura Capresso Impressa espresso machine, so you won’t have to wait for room service for your caffeine fix. You’ll have your choice of a complimentary selection of specialty coffees and teas, and the in-room refrigerator is stocked with orange juice.

Also available for breakfast in the MGM Grand: Stage Deli, open 24 hours on weekends, serving muffins, Danishes and bagels with lox; Studio Café, which is great for omelets, frittatas, buttermilk pancakes, brioche French toast and Belgian waffles. We also think you’ll love Studio Café’s specialty pancakes, such as banana macadamia nut buttermilk or almond blueberry buttermilk, and the restaurant’s four varieties of Blood Marys.

If you can secure an invitation to The Mansion, the MGM Grand’s exclusive (so exclusive you’ve probably never heard about it) restaurant for breakfast and lunch, you’ll indulge in fresh-squeezed watermelon juice, jam made on-site and fresh breads and pastries. Unfortunately, you can’t just show up to the restaurant; a prior invitation is required to be escorted in. It’s something MGM Grand likes to keep pretty hush.

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