The MGM Grand Las Vegas is a hotel casino situated on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The MGM Grand was the world’s largest hotel until 1993 and now it is the world’s third largest hotel preceded by Izmailovo Hotel, Moscow and The Venetian & The Palazzo of Las Vegas. It is over a mile away from the The Venetian. The property, MGM Grand is owned and managed by MGM Resorts International.
There are five outdoor pools, rivers, as well as waterfalls that cover 6.6 acres, a convention center that covers 380,000 sq ft, the largest casino in Clark County that covers 171,500 sq ft, the CBS Television City, MGM Grand Garden Arena, and the Grand Spa. The MGM Grand has total 19 restaurants inside its premise that include Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Grand Wok and Sushi Bar, Rainforest Cafe, Studio Café, Pearl, Joël Robuchon, Cabana Grill, ‘Wichcraft, Stage Deli, Shibuya, Nobhill by Michael Mina, Craftsteak, Wolfgang Puck, Farmers Market Food Court, Fiamma Trattoria, Seablue, Diego; Shopping destinations such as Studio Walk, Bernini, Xclusiv, Star Lane Shops, Marshall Rousso, The Watch Boutique; world famous night clubs that include some the biggest names New York’s Studio 54 nightclub, Vida!, a Latin-themed night club, Tabu Ultra Lounge, and exciting pool party like Wet Republic Pool Party that features six VIP bungalows, eight underwater speakers, ten party cabanas, 18 day beds, 80 chaise lounges and many more; various facilities like CBS Entertainment Center, Salon, Spa and Fitness Center, Lion Habitat and Pool.