MGM Grand Hotel & Casino

MGM Grand Hotel & Casino

MGM, with its more than 5,000 rooms, is so big, it can’t help but have something for everyone. In fact, for families (rightfully) worried that their non-smoking rooms will still smell, there are the new “Stay Well” rooms, with antimicrobial surfaces and hypoallergenic everything. More than 20 restaurants—including a number of fairly priced fast food to go along with the fine dining—mean that you can splurge for some meals and stick to a budget for others. Kids will love the jungle-themed Rainforest Café, where a clap of thunder regularly breaks into a "storm.”

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