LAS VEGAS — The upscale Park MGM, the reincarnation of the famed Monte Carlo Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, is open and in full swing while NoMad Las Vegas, also part of the reimagination of the storied Monte Carlo hotel, is scheduled to open at the end of this year.
MGM Resorts International and New York-based Sydell Group teamed up to reimagine and rebrand Monte Carlo Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
The US$450 million transformation touches every element of the property and includes the two distinct hotel experiences: a Las Vegas version of Sydell’s widely acclaimed NoMad Hotel, and the launch of the new Park MGM.
In addition to fully redesigned and renovated hotel guest rooms, each hotel will feature innovative food and beverage experiences including the award-winning Chef Daniel Humm and Eataly’s vibrant Italian marketplace. The spa, pool and gaming areas have also been transformed.
Park MGM and The NoMad Las Vegas are the final pieces of MGM Resorts’ complete neighbourhood redesign of the central Las Vegas Strip neighborhood which began in 2009 with the introduction of CityCenter and saw the recent unveiling of The Park, a outdoor dining and entertainment district, and the new T-Mobile Arena, home of the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights.
The design of Park MGM, an approximately 2,700-room luxury resort, built on the property’s history as the Monte Carlo, incorporating its European design influences while retaining a powerful connection to The Park just next door. The hotel concept brought the park inside, and gave it a light, homey and natural feel –a fresh look compared to the glitz and glam of Las Vegas. Park MGM’s expansive food & beverage program, features a full-scale Eataly marketplace, a new concept for Las Vegas.
The Park MGM’s Park Queen and Park King accommodation come complete with sitting areas and an expansive picture window, with about 400 square feet. Also available: the Skylark, Nightingale and Nighthawk suites. Some rooms will even feature Murphy beds, great for business travellers needing work and meeting space. The Stay Well program, offered on one floor of the hotel, includes added wellness features like Vitamin C shower water and jet lag lighting.
With its central location Park MGM offers guests direct access to what is quickly becoming the city’s premier entertainment district, featuring T-Mobile Arena and The Park, as well as the new Park Theater, a 5,300-seat entertainment venue, with Cher, Ricky Martin, Lady Gaga as the resident artists, with Bruno Mars doing occasional shows.
The other hotel on site, the NoMad Las Vegas, draws inspiration from the success of the original New York flagship, The NoMad Hotel NYC, and includes 292 rooms on the top floors of the Park MGM. It is essentially a hotel within a hotel, complete with dedicated lobby, restaurant, pool and gaming.
The NoMad hotel will benefit from a restaurant by Chef Daniel Humm and restauranteur Will Guidara, the forces behind The NoMad restaurant in New York and the Michelin-starred Eleven Madison Park.