Pros

  • Sleek, contemporary hotel with a young, relaxed atmosphere
  • Attractive rooms have sitting areas, Bluetooth capability, and hairdryers
  • Stay Well rooms add air purification systems and aromatherapy
  • Multiple dining options include Eataly, a steakhouse, and sports bar
  • Outdoor pool with cabanas for rent
  • Full-service spa and salon, plus a 24-hour fitness center
  • Park Theater hosts top-notch entertainment such as Lady Gaga and Aerosmith
  • Casino with high-limit tables and slots
  • On The Record nightlife venue with speakeasy vibe
  • Free Wi-Fi
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Cons

  • No in-room fridges or coffee- and tea-making facilities
  • Rooms are on the small side by Vegas standards
  • Pool complex a bit small
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Bottom Line

Formerly the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, the upscale Park MGM Las Vegas opened in 2018 after a multimillion-dollar renovation, providing a sleek and relaxed atmosphere for a crowd of largely younger travelers. The whopping 2,700 rooms and suites are hip and well-outfitted with Bluetooth, sitting areas, and free Wi-Fi, plus some have wellness amenities or stellar views. However, lower-category rooms lack fridges and coffee-making facilities. As with most Vegas properties, features are extensive, consisting of a casino, theater with renowned entertainment, a plethora of casual and gourmet dining options, an outdoor pool, and full-service spa. For a lively hotel with a larger pool complex, stick to the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino.

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Amenities

  • Casino
  • Cribs
  • Fitness Center
  • Internet
  • Jacuzzi
  • Pool
  • Spa

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Park MGM Las Vegas

What Are the Design and Scene Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

This is a sleek, contemporary property with a laid-back atmosphere and young clientele.

Opened in 2018 after a half-billion-dollar renovation of the old Monte Carlo, the sophisticated Park MGM is one of the newest players on Las Vegas’ glittery, rowdy Strip. A sleek, contemporary style, yet laid-back vibe attracts a largely younger crowd looking for a more mellow alternative to resorts like Encore at Wynn. Unfortunately, this also means that the pool complex is smaller and dining options are limited when compared to most behemoth Las Vegas properties. Nonetheless, a cool speakeasy-style nightclub and the Park Theater with acts such as Lady Gaga and Cher provide ample allure. It’s worth mentioning that the top few floors are actually another hotel, the ultra-stylish 292-room NoMad Las Vegas, which has a boutique feel and private rooftop pool. Affordable rates make this is a solid pick, though it’s worth shopping around.

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Where Is The Park MGM Las Vegas Located?

Central location on The Strip, walking distance from shopping, restaurants, casinos, and bars.

The Park MGM Las Vegas has a great location on The Strip, set between the New York - New York Hotel and Casino and the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas. There are tons of restaurants, casinos, clubs, and shops within walking distance, including The Shops at Crystals mall. Fountains of Bellagio are a 17-minute walk. Cabs and ride-share services such as Uber and Lyft are readily available. Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas is about a 20-minute drive. For a little glitzier scene and livelier casino scene, head across the street to the sister property, the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. McCarran International Airport can be reached in about 10 minutes by car.

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What Are Rooms Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

Rooms have hip decor, showers, and Bluetooth capability, but lower-category units lack fridges.

At 2,700, Park MGM Las Vegas rooms are plenty in number, yet they still manage to retain some character, thanks to bold statement walls behind the headboards and gallery walls with an assemblage of retro and modern prints in mismatched frames. Some rooms have lovely pool or Strip views. Starting at 400 square feet, they’re a decent size, although on the small side for Vegas. Each room has a small seating area and a wall-mounted, swivel TV that can turn to face the bed. Other tech features include USB ports, Bluetooth capability, and free Wi-Fi. Laptop-sized safes and blackout shades also come standard. Entry-level units lack fridges and coffeemakers. Bathrooms are sleek and have accent tiles in the same color as the statement walls behind the headboards, as well as showers, toiletries, and hairdryers.

Stay Well rooms are wellness-focused and come with extra amenities such as aromatherapy sets, air purification systems, circadian lighting, and memory foam mattresses. Suites with wet bars are also available.

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What Restaurants and Bars Are at Park MGM Las Vegas?

Casual and fine-dining eateries are on-site, including popular Eately marketplace.

There are multiple Park MGM restaurants and bars to choose from, ranging from casual eats to gourmet dining. Highlights include Eataly marketplace, Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, La La Noodles, the Korean barbecue outpost Best Friend, and the poolside Primrose, a casual French-American establishment with all-day sparkling rosé and brunch. For something more casual, there’s the Moneyline Sports Bar & Book, a betting bar with orange banquettes and duckpin bowling in the back; Side Betty Grill, attached, also offers late-night eats. Juniper Cocktail Lounge serves up classic cocktails and beverages. Room service is available 24/7 from Primrose.

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What Are the Pools Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

Three medium-sized pools open year-round.

The Park MGM Las Vegas pool is, like the pools at many other Strip hotels, a place for guests to spend their days until it’s time to hit the casinos, shows, and clubs again. Unlike at some other Strip hotels, the pool deck is reserved just for guests, giving it the feel of a chilled-out hideaway. The Park MGM offers three pools open year-round, each positioned adjacently so that guests can choose the amount of sun (hint: head to the South Pool in the afternoon), and there are plenty of loungers to go around. Only one of the pools is adults-only, which might or might not be a plus to some guests. Also on the downside, the pool complex is a bit small given the size of the property. On the plus side, the design is Instagram-worthy, thanks to a washed retro palette of pistachio and pale bubblegum, plus striped umbrellas. Cabanas can be rented for a furnished hideaway from the sun, and they come with flat-screen TVs and fans.

 

What is the Casino Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

The casino is more relaxed than many on The Strip, though packed with table games and slots.

The Park MGM casino is located away from the entrance to the hotel, making it a little quieter and less lively than the Grand’s across the street. That being said, it’s still popular and offers more than 900 slot machines, 60 game tables, and free drinks as long as you’re gambling. Keep in mind that on event nights (a show at the Park Theater, for example), the casino floor and restaurants on-site can get busy.

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What Are the Other Features at Park MGM Las Vegas?

A cool speakeasy-style club, full-service spa and salon, and a 24-hour fitness center are all here.

Given that this is Vegas, no hotel on the Strip is complete without a nightclub. Park MGM’s nightclub, On The Record, does away with the EDM beats that fill so many of the area’s dance floors and puts on classic rock ‘n’ roll. Designed to resemble a speakeasy, the club is on the smaller side and has a cool scene. Both indoor and outdoor spaces are available.

Park Theater can hold 5,200 guests. The theater is playing host to Lady Gaga (through spring 2020), as well as Cher and Aerosmith.

The Spa at Park MGM and the salon offer a host of massage, beauty, hair, and nail treatments. The 24-hour fitness center has all the necessary equipment for a workout, in addition to a yoga room.

Expansive meeting and event spaces are also available. Self-parking is $15/day and valet parking is $24/day. However, self-parking is free for Pearl, Gold, Platinum, and NOIR M life rewards members. Valet parking is free for Gold level and up members.

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Things You Should Know About Park MGM Las Vegas

Also Known As

  • Monte Carlo Hotel
  • Carlo Hotel Las Monte Vegas
  • Monte Carlo Resort
  • Monte Carlo Hotel Las Vegas
  • Monte Carlo Las Vegas Reviews
  • Monte Carlo Las Vegas
  • Monte Carlo Resort & Casino
  • PARK MGM

Room Types

  • Deluxe Room
  • Deluxe Room High Floor
  • Deluxe Room Strip View
  • Diamond Suite
  • Monaco Suite
  • Spa Suite

Address

3770 S Las Vegas Blvd, South Part of the Strip, Next to NY Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109-4337, United States

Phone

(702) 730-7777

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Park MGM Las Vegas

What Are the Design and Scene Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

This is a sleek, contemporary property with a laid-back atmosphere and young clientele.

Opened in 2018 after a half-billion-dollar renovation of the old Monte Carlo, the sophisticated Park MGM is one of the newest players on Las Vegas’ glittery, rowdy Strip. A sleek, contemporary style, yet laid-back vibe attracts a largely younger crowd looking for a more mellow alternative to resorts like Encore at Wynn. Unfortunately, this also means that the pool complex is smaller and dining options are limited when compared to most behemoth Las Vegas properties. Nonetheless, a cool speakeasy-style nightclub and the Park Theater with acts such as Lady Gaga and Cher provide ample allure. It’s worth mentioning that the top few floors are actually another hotel, the ultra-stylish 292-room NoMad Las Vegas, which has a boutique feel and private rooftop pool. Affordable rates make this is a solid pick, though it’s worth shopping around.

See More What Are the Design and Scene Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

Where Is The Park MGM Las Vegas Located?

Central location on The Strip, walking distance from shopping, restaurants, casinos, and bars.

The Park MGM Las Vegas has a great location on The Strip, set between the New York - New York Hotel and Casino and the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas. There are tons of restaurants, casinos, clubs, and shops within walking distance, including The Shops at Crystals mall. Fountains of Bellagio are a 17-minute walk. Cabs and ride-share services such as Uber and Lyft are readily available. Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas is about a 20-minute drive. For a little glitzier scene and livelier casino scene, head across the street to the sister property, the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino. McCarran International Airport can be reached in about 10 minutes by car.

See More Where Is The Park MGM Las Vegas Located?

What Are Rooms Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

Rooms have hip decor, showers, and Bluetooth capability, but lower-category units lack fridges.

At 2,700, Park MGM Las Vegas rooms are plenty in number, yet they still manage to retain some character, thanks to bold statement walls behind the headboards and gallery walls with an assemblage of retro and modern prints in mismatched frames. Some rooms have lovely pool or Strip views. Starting at 400 square feet, they’re a decent size, although on the small side for Vegas. Each room has a small seating area and a wall-mounted, swivel TV that can turn to face the bed. Other tech features include USB ports, Bluetooth capability, and free Wi-Fi. Laptop-sized safes and blackout shades also come standard. Entry-level units lack fridges and coffeemakers. Bathrooms are sleek and have accent tiles in the same color as the statement walls behind the headboards, as well as showers, toiletries, and hairdryers.

Stay Well rooms are wellness-focused and come with extra amenities such as aromatherapy sets, air purification systems, circadian lighting, and memory foam mattresses. Suites with wet bars are also available.

See More What Are Rooms Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

What Restaurants and Bars Are at Park MGM Las Vegas?

Casual and fine-dining eateries are on-site, including popular Eately marketplace.

There are multiple Park MGM restaurants and bars to choose from, ranging from casual eats to gourmet dining. Highlights include Eataly marketplace, Bavette’s Steakhouse & Bar, La La Noodles, the Korean barbecue outpost Best Friend, and the poolside Primrose, a casual French-American establishment with all-day sparkling rosé and brunch. For something more casual, there’s the Moneyline Sports Bar & Book, a betting bar with orange banquettes and duckpin bowling in the back; Side Betty Grill, attached, also offers late-night eats. Juniper Cocktail Lounge serves up classic cocktails and beverages. Room service is available 24/7 from Primrose.

See More What Restaurants and Bars Are at Park MGM Las Vegas?

What Are the Pools Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

Three medium-sized pools open year-round.

The Park MGM Las Vegas pool is, like the pools at many other Strip hotels, a place for guests to spend their days until it’s time to hit the casinos, shows, and clubs again. Unlike at some other Strip hotels, the pool deck is reserved just for guests, giving it the feel of a chilled-out hideaway. The Park MGM offers three pools open year-round, each positioned adjacently so that guests can choose the amount of sun (hint: head to the South Pool in the afternoon), and there are plenty of loungers to go around. Only one of the pools is adults-only, which might or might not be a plus to some guests. Also on the downside, the pool complex is a bit small given the size of the property. On the plus side, the design is Instagram-worthy, thanks to a washed retro palette of pistachio and pale bubblegum, plus striped umbrellas. Cabanas can be rented for a furnished hideaway from the sun, and they come with flat-screen TVs and fans.

 

What is the Casino Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

The casino is more relaxed than many on The Strip, though packed with table games and slots.

The Park MGM casino is located away from the entrance to the hotel, making it a little quieter and less lively than the Grand’s across the street. That being said, it’s still popular and offers more than 900 slot machines, 60 game tables, and free drinks as long as you’re gambling. Keep in mind that on event nights (a show at the Park Theater, for example), the casino floor and restaurants on-site can get busy.

See More What Are the Pools Like at Park MGM Las Vegas?

What Are the Other Features at Park MGM Las Vegas?

A cool speakeasy-style club, full-service spa and salon, and a 24-hour fitness center are all here.

Given that this is Vegas, no hotel on the Strip is complete without a nightclub. Park MGM’s nightclub, On The Record, does away with the EDM beats that fill so many of the area’s dance floors and puts on classic rock ‘n’ roll. Designed to resemble a speakeasy, the club is on the smaller side and has a cool scene. Both indoor and outdoor spaces are available.

Park Theater can hold 5,200 guests. The theater is playing host to Lady Gaga (through spring 2020), as well as Cher and Aerosmith.

The Spa at Park MGM and the salon offer a host of massage, beauty, hair, and nail treatments. The 24-hour fitness center has all the necessary equipment for a workout, in addition to a yoga room.

Expansive meeting and event spaces are also available. Self-parking is $15/day and valet parking is $24/day. However, self-parking is free for Pearl, Gold, Platinum, and NOIR M life rewards members. Valet parking is free for Gold level and up members.

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Airport Transportation

  • Babysitting Services

  • Beauty / Hair Salon

  • Business Center

  • Cabanas

  • Cable

  • Casino

  • Concierge

  • Cribs

  • Dry Cleaning

  • Fitness Center

  • Gameroom / Arcade

  • Internet

  • Jacuzzi

  • Kids Allowed

  • Laundry

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Mini Bar (with liquor)

  • Pool

  • Poolside Drink Service

  • Rental Car Service Desk Onsite

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

  • Smoking Rooms Available

  • Spa

  • Swim-Up Bar

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