Las Vegas, Nevada
Skylofts At MGM Grand
Sky High Luxury
What it is
An ultra-luxurious retreat within the penthouse floors of MGM Grand, with personal butlers, private bars, and showstopping lofts that put “suites” to shame.
What it isn't
Lacking anything. Guests of Skylofts have free reign over the MGM Grand’s amenities, whether you want to explore the 20 on-site restaurants (come hungry), TopGolf, or whirl around the 6.5 acre pool complex that includes a lazy river and five bars within a de facto waterpark.
What we think
They aimed high—literally—when they built Skylofts. Roosted within the top two floors of MGM Grand, these lofts are everything even James Bond himself could want from a Las Vegas experience. Each and every Skyloft is ginormous (starting at 1,400 square feet for a One Bedroom Loft, but ranging up to 6,000 square feet for a Skylofts Three Bedroom Loft that sleeps 9). But spaciousness is only the start. Lofts are tricked out: you’ll find an infinity tub complete with champagne bubbles; an immersion shower with waterfalls; a pillow menu for a curated sleep experience; and topnotch service that ranges from doting butlers and concierges to twice daily housekeeping. We think Bond would never want to leave.
You're here because
The hotel has a pre-arrival concierge who will reach out to help secure any restaurant, show or spa reservations your little vacationing heart desires.
The lobby here, Skylounge, is a bit of a transformer: as dusk falls, it becomes a cocktail bar. The only thing more delectable than your martini? The sunset view out the window, which is such a postcard you almost want to pinch yourself. You don’t need luck in Las Vegas. You already are lucky.
Restaurants & Bars
Avenue Café- American cuisine with a Vegas twist
Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill- Comfort food created by the master himself
Blizz Frozen Yogurt & Desserts- Deserts ranging from smoothies to crepes
Food Court- Variety of fast-food favorites
Cabana Grill- Poolside American dining
Crush- American cuisine by Chef William DeMarco
Tom Colicchio's Craftsteak- Steakhouse
Emeril's New Orleans Fish House- Italian cuisine
International Smoke- BBQ
Bonanno's New York Pizzeria- Authentic New York pizza
Joël Robuchon- French cuisine
Ambra Italian Kitchen + Bar- Italain cuisine
TAP Sports Bar- American cuisine
Hecho En Vegas Mexican Grill & Cantina- Mexican cuisine that offers over 100 types of tequila
MGM Grand Buffet- Buffet-style American food
Greek Sneek- Mediterranean cuisine
Hakkasan Restaurant- Chinese cuisine featuring seasonal and local ingredients
West End Market- The perfect place to grab a quick cup of coffee
Morimoto Las Vegas- Japanese cuisine
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon- French cuisine prepared right before your eyes
Tucked within the MGM Grand, which is set directly on The Strip (a.k.a. Las Vegas Boulevard.) Your neighbors are nothing less than iconic, including the Bellagio. It’s worth driving 20 minutes north to The Neon Museum, where you can take in some 250 vintage glowing neon signs.