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Among the largest hotels in the world stands the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on the Las Vegas Strip. Located on a main intersection of the Las Vegas Boulevard, MGM steals the spotlight from its neighbors, the Tropicana, Excalibur, and New York New York by dominating its corner of the Strip with over 114 acres dedicated to providing entertainment and hospitality on a world-class level. Seen from great distances, the MGM lights up the Las Vegas Strip day and night with colorful LED displays and huge outdoor screens highlighting upcoming shows and activities at the hotel. The iconic MGM lion guards the entryway and at 45 feet tall, is the largest bronze statue in the United States. The MGM Grand is famous for its vast hotel rooms, and with 4 towers to choose from, guests will find comfortable accommodations with innovative designs and luxurious amenities while they enjoy the immense layout of this Las Vegas hotel.
The MGM pool spans 6.5 acres with several pools, jacuzzis, cabanas, and a lazy river to indulge in. The Wet Republic Ultra Pool brings the party to the poolside. This open-air lounge is a dayclub retreat where the DJ spins and the sun-kissed bodies swim. Following its roots in Hollywood, entertainment is world-class at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. Among the ranks of MGM Grand’s top shows is Cirque du Soleil’s Ka with its one-of-a-kind rotating, floating, twisting, and turning stage.
Another stage that tops the charts is the MGM Grand Garden Arena, home to boxing, concerts, and other special events that seat over 16,000 people per event. With over 20 eating establishments at the MGM Grand, restaurants vary from sushi to steakhouse, and French to Mexican cuisine. Among the most well-known restaurants at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas is the Rainforest Cafe, fun for the whole family, and educational too! Wolfgang Puck’s American Bar & Grill top the menu with signature California-inspired dishes like wood-oven pizza and truffle potato chips. Chef Emeril is among the ranks of celebrity chefs, and his MGM restaurant, Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House, features creole and Cajun food that brings the ocean straight to the table with his seafood creations. Hakkasan, a restaurant and nightclub, bring the MGM Grand alive with five levels, a resident DJ, and world-class guests. Few hotels in the world can boast such grandiose offerings as the MGM Grand. Living up to its name, the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino is a destination in itself.
It’s because of new nightclubs like Hakkasan Las Vegas Nightclub & Restaurant at the MGM Grand that Las Vegas is becoming a world-class dance capital. Hakkasan is the newest nightclub to hit the Strip—it opened its doors in April 2013—and the largest nightclub on the Strip with over 80,000 square feet of dance floors, lounges, and restaurants. If you laid out each of the rooms side-by-side, it would be the size of one and half football fields. Besides its stunning East-meets-West architectural design and celebrated cuisine, Hakkasan boasts some of the most exciting DJs the Strip has ever seen.
In the spirit of South Beach, Wet Republic Ultra Pool at the MGM Grandis a pool party that has earned its reputation as one of the worlds’ best pool parties. Its high energy, combined with a sexy and modern vibe, create this venue as a must experience while in Las Vegas. The DJ entertainment is world-class, featuring house and dance music by well-known artists like: Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Bingo Players, and Deadmau5; and the celebrity host list grows on a weekly basis. Wet Republic’s poolside amenities include cabanas, VIP bungalows, daybeds and lounges in their colorfully plush lounge-scape. Guests of Wet Republic will enjoy the luxuries of having a cabana or daybed, and the privacy of a bungalow – which is a secluded guarded area with many fine amenities.