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The Mansion at The MGM Grand Hotel Las Vegas

Updated on August 3, 2013

The Mansion at MGM Grand

Sometimes in the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas it's good to take a step away and recharge your batteries, Vegas can take its toll on you and can leave you feeling totally exhausted.

The noise from the casino's the constant attention from ticket touts, the street performers leaves you looking for an oasis in this very active desert.

It may leave you a little out of pocket with prices starting from around $5000.00 per night but The Mansion at MGM Grand is a veritble oasis in a city that never stops.

Luxury, style, decadence, class, elegance and extravagance are the most used words by visitors who try to describe this serene and sedate Tuscan Style Villa in the centre of the Arizona Desert.

The Mansion first opened its massive gates in May 1999 and offers 29 villas which range in size from 2,400 square feet to 12,000 square feet.

The mansion sits well behind the The MGM Grand hotel and casino surrounded by imposing walls and heavy steel gates at the entrance to keep unwanted visitors at bay.

The Mansion at The MGM Grand Las Vegas


Rooms at the Mansion

A room or should I say Villa at the Mansion is usually reserved for those Gamblers who spend silly amounts of money at the tables but you can rent one out for the night if you have at least $5000 to spare.

The rooms are elegant, plush, stylish, luxurious and comfortable, on entering you will notice the heavy exquisitely carved wooden doors, and the high vaulted ceilings that catch your eyes and of course being styled on a Tuscan villa the pillars and arches are all included in the design.

Each villa is beautifuly decorated and works of art hang on the walls alongside photograhs and tapestries from all around the world.

With fresh hand picked flowers in every room, beautiful fine china ornaments and elegant furnature.

Feel like a dip in the pool, there is a swimming pool in every room.

The service, ambiance, cleanliness, furnishings, and beautiful surroundings make the Mansion hotel heaven on earth of course having your own personal butler in each of the villas means that you never have to lift a single finger and you can relax even more knowing that your every whim will be taken care of.

Ammenities in the Mansion

There are 7 communal areas in the Mansion for guest to check out at their leisure if they do eventually emerge from the luxury and comfort of their rooms.

A private casino, perfect for those high rollers who want to escape from public view.

Two luxury Spa's for those who want to take advantage of a personal massage or a wide range of other relaxing or detoxing treatments.

The Mansion has a DVD library containing hundreds of titles that can be watched on the state of the art screening room just ask your Butler for the night for a list of available movies.

Luxurious and comfortable conference rooms are also a part of the mansion for those execs who need to get away from it all.

indoor pool & spa, gym and a fine dining room.

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Treat yourself Like One of the High Rollers

If you ever find yourself with a spare $5000 i would urge you to spend a night at the Mansion, a once in a lifetime experience that you will remember for the rest of your life, even after one night you will find it difficult to return to the humdrum of normality but you can at least have that feather in your cap saying that you done that and you loved every minute of it.

No other Hotel in Vegas can compete in the same league as the Mansion it takes you to a different world away from the commercialism and lights and sounds of the city that never sleeps.

Have you ever stayed there? Please rate it

5 out of 5 stars from 2 ratings of The Mansion at the MGM Grand

The MGM Grand

$5000.00 may seem like a lot of money and to be honest it is a little out of the reach of most people but if you can manage it as a one off this is your chance to live like royalty or to experience the celebrity lifestyle even if it is only for one night out of your life. the staff cater to your every whim and make you feel like a V.I.P.

They say that you only get what you pay for and at $5000.00 you get a million dollar experience with a smile and a glass of champagne in hand.


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      4 years ago

      Truly an escape.If you've got it,go check in and enjoy!

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      7 years ago

      In my opinion The Villas at Bellaggio far surpasses The Mansion. Truly for the elite.

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      7 years ago from USA

      Fascinating! The mansion is one of the few places I haven't been to in's definitely hidden from the rest of the Strip!

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      Cristopher Chasse 

      8 years ago from Boston

      I need to visit my next time there

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      9 years ago from Las Vegas, Nevada

      The Mansion at the MGM is definitely one of the really cool "secret" places in Vegas that surprisingly few people even know about. I was there once and it was truly amazing! Good hub!

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      9 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      This is fantastic! The last time I was in LV was in 1981 and I think things have changed A LOT since then! Lots of world class hotels and I guess 1000+ rooms hotels are a norm.

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      9 years ago from Henderson, NV

      It's high priced place... but they don't always get asking price. It depends on who you are and when you go. Restaurant is supposed to be very good. I have not been there only heard about it. I think MGM Signature Suites are better deal than Skylofts which are not being maintained that great with down economy. People have such interest because they want to know what kind of place is worth that money. For about 1/4 the cost you can stay at a very good place in the Four Seasons.

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      9 years ago

      I stayed there over the weekend for the pacquiao vs hatton boxing fight (may 2, '09) the cheapest room at the mansion is 5 thousand and they have different sizes. We paid 15,000 a night for ours, 3 bedrooms, private pool an kitchen. The mansion is amazing, they have maids and butlers, limo service,countless amenities, and most of all privacy!

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      9 years ago

      Woww really expensive I bet that's where Celebrities would stay.

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      9 years ago

      the MGM mansion is totally ugly

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      10 years ago from Arizona

      That is just WOW... 5k a night? I recently took my first visit to Vegas last month and loved it. I'll have to remember to go to that hotel when I visit next time and have a look around.

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      11 years ago

      we need rooms in your hotel, so please reply us asap.


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      11 years ago

      Cool hub, ugly mansion! Sorry Jimmy -- looks like you put a lot of work into the site. This mansion does not impress me. I am not a fan of mansions. They are too classic and those chandeliers are hidious! The exterior of the mansion is actually quite nice. Hope you like my bipolar comment.


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