I have been to Vegas twice this year. Twice I have stayed at the Park MGM. And twice I have been very happy with the experience .
I went to Vegas in May for the U2 concert. The concert was taking place at the T-Mobile Arena which happens to be right next-door to Park MGM. Literally, a two minute walk from the hotel lobby to the line up to enter the arena.
So, do take note if you’re heading to a hockey game or concert at the T-Mobile arena, the Park MGM is ideal.
But what is the hotel like? I really like it. It is modest by my measure of Vegas hotels. It is the old Monte Carlo, but completely redone and rebranded as Park MGM. The rooms are fairly basic (no mini fridge) but they are modern, the bathroom showers are perfect and they’re nicely decorated.
Think of it as a little sister to Bellagio. It is part of the same hotel chain and even connected by a free tram. By my estimate it’s 1/5 of the size of Bellagio. It’s pretty hard to get lost at Park MGM. That’s a good thing.
While the hotel doesn’t have a vast selection of restaurants, the courtyard of the arena does. So all you have to do is walk outside the hotel and you have plenty of choices. Also across the courtyard is the NYNY Hotel & Casino which offers a little more action.
The second best asset of Park MGM is the pool area. There are 3 separate pools, lots of great loungers, the poolside food is excellent and there’s plenty of sun.
The 3rd best feature of the Park MGM is the price. It typically falls in the bottom 1/3 of Vegas Strip hotels, depending on events and time of year. Regardless, of whether it costs $50 or $129 per night, it will be comparatively less then other hotels of equal quality. Based on this I find it is excellent VALUE.
**not a paid endorsement. I’m in no way affiliated with the hotel or MGM chain. I’m just a frequent Vegas visitor with high regard for this renovated hotel. I hope you find benefit in my review.