MGM Grand Promotions Codes & Offers (6)
Treat yourself to a Spring indulgence package at over three hundred restaurants, bars, lounges, and nightlife across participating MGM Resorts Las Vegas destinations. Receive a $50 Food and Beverage credit each night of your stay.
Reserve before: 2022-04-19
Book now to save with the flex rate discount at the MGM Grand Las Vegas. No minimum night stay required.
Reserve before: 2022-04-12
We look forward to having you as our guest at MGM Grand Las Vegas with this AAA Special Offer! Must present your AAA membership card upon check-in to receive the promotional rates.
If AAA cannot be verified upon check-in, the rate will be adjusted to the hotel standard rate that day.
Reserve before: 2022-04-23
Get these great deals in Las Vegas, plus save up to $120 round-trip because Bags Fly free with Southwest Vacations! Book an exciting vacation package featuring flight plus hotel and the ability to add car rental, airport transfers, and tickets to the finest attractions, shows, and tours in town!! Get free upgrades, free tickets, free nights, and more when you book online today (based on availability).
Reserve before: 2022-01-15
If you're a senior, you can now save 5% off standard rates for rooms at MGM Grand, seven days a week. To qualify for the Senior Rate, you must be 62 years of age or older as of check-in date. Valid government-issued photo identification must be presented at check-in to confirm your eligibility.
Reserve before: 2022-01-07
Military members save up to 10% off rates when you book online with this offer. Must present ID at Check-in to receive discounted rate.
Reserve before: 2022-01-12
Practically a vacation under one roof, the MGM Grand lives up to its name. It offers celebrity-chef restaurants, world-class nightclubs, top-notch entertainment, a spa, and a Grand pool complex. A variety of room and suite offerings will suit every need, with the exclusive SkyLofts catering to the most sophisticated travelers.
The MGM Grand provides a world of entertainment as expected from the second largest hotel in the world! Centrally located and with a monorail stop, this hotel is convenient to other Strip attractions. The casino is one of the largest you will encounter and is modern and spacious.
Accommodations range from bungalow rooms to ultra-sophisticated SkyLofts with spa tubs, high-end bath products, and modern home media equipment.
Visit the Grand Pool Complex and enjoy the lazy river or stop at the Wet Republic, where a DJ brings the energy to Las Vegas poolside.
Dining options abound with choices of fine dining, specialty restaurants, and casual fare. Celebrate a special occasion at Craftsteak or Hakkasan, or dine in restaurants helmed by such celebrity chefs as Emeril Lagasse, Joël Robuchon, and Wolfgang Puck. The partying never ends at bustling nightlife spots like Whiskey Down and Centrifuge.
Entertainment can be found at the Cirque du Soleil show KA or see big-name performers at the Grand Garden Arena.
Plan a vacation on a “Grand” scale when you visit the MGM Grand.
Spa/Salon: The Grand Spa is a zen-like hideaway with rock walls, wood accents, and Asian-inspired services. Work out in the adjacent fitness center, cool off in the relaxation lounge with complimentary snacks and beverages, then immerse yourself in the pampering services offered at the spa. Continue your pampering at the Grand Salon with hair, makeup, and other beauty services.
Pool: MGM Grand features two large pool complexes, including the Wet Republic Ultra Pool area with two saltwater pools, eight individual pools, spa tubs, cabanas, and daybeds. The Grand Pool complex offers five pools, three spa tubs, a lazy river, fountains, waterfalls, and bridges. Five bars are open seasonally to cater to the pool patrons.
The District is a mall resembling a Hollywood sound stage. Shops include the following:
- America!—American-themed gifts & souvenirs
- The Beauty Shop—Beauty products
- CBS Television City—TV-themed gifts & souvenirs
- Essentials—Resort logo souvenirs & sundries
- Front Page Newsstand—Drinks, snacks, & sundries
- Grand & Company—Resort logo apparel & souvenirs
- Grand Express—Snacks & beverages
- Jabbawockeez Store—Souvenirs for famed dance crew show
- KÀ Boutique—Cirque du Soleil merchandise
- Las Vegas Harley Davidson—Biker gear & apparel
- Misura—High-end men’s fashion
- Nectar Bath Treats—Bath & beauty products
- Pandora—Jewelry shop
- Paradiso—Designer women’s fashion, swimsuits, & accessories
- Reviv—Revitalization therapy
- Rocks the Jewelers—Upscale jewelry & watches
- Spirits & Co.—Liquor & snacks
- Welcome to Las Vegas—Vegas-themed souvenirs & gifts
- Ambra Italian Kitchen + Bar
- Avenue Café
- Blizz Yogurt
- Bonanno’s New York Pizzeria
- Cabana Grill
- Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House
- Grand Wok Noodle Bar
- Greek Sneek
- Hakkasan Restaurant
- Hecho En Vegas Mexican Grill & Cantina
- International Smoke
- Johnny Rockets
- Joël Robuchon
- L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
- MGM Grand Buffet
- Morimoto Las Vegas
- Nathan’s Famous Hotdogs
- Original Chicken Tender
- Pan Asian Express
- Tacos N ‘Ritas
- TAP Sports Bar
- Tom Colicchio’s Craftsteak
- Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill
Bars and Lounges:
- Ambra Italian Kitchen + Bar
- Hakkasan Nightclub
- Level Up
- Lobby Bar
- Losers Bar
- Wet Republic Ultra Pool
- Whiskey Down
Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club
Enjoy the witty, sarcastic humor of funny man Brad Garrett, famous for “Everybody Loves Raymond,” at this newest comedy club. On nights when Brad is not performing, there is a lineup of young comedians and headliners to make you roar with laughter.
David Copperfield, magician extraordinaire, will leave you bewildered and asking “How DOES he do that?” many times throughout the performance. You may have seen him on TV making the Statue of Liberty disappear and now you can experience his larger-than-life illusions up close in Las Vegas.
The cutting-edge dance crew Jabbawockeez mixes elements of theatre with hip-hop dancing to create a performance that showcases their raw talent while donning all-black outfits and white masks.
KA by Cirque du Soleil
One of a handful of Cirque Du Soleil performances currently showcased on the Las Vegas Strip, KA puts audiences amid the action and a mind-blowing stage that rotates in almost every direction.
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We started in the West Wing which is disgusting! Old and dirty. Our room had burn marks in the carpet and dirt. There was also a Bobbie pin left on the floor so it obviously wasn’t cleaned. The bathroom faucet was loose and could be pulled in and out of the wall. The lights also didn’t work. We were moved to a Grand King which is much better. The whole hotel however smelled of strong smoke! Unless you are a high roller the staff isn’t the friendliest.
Have stayed at the mgm for about 5 years in a row the hotel is awesome the pools are amazing
It was grand it was cheap for what you get
The hotel was huge! We all had a great time. There’s about 10 different pools which was super awesome. There were a variety of places to eat and the views were stunning! This was one of my favorite places I’ve stayed in Vegas. I recommend this one.
I had a real nice breakfast here and it was relatively cheap by Las Vegas standards. I saw below you can get gelato for breakfast and I didn’t see a tall bald headed guy so I walked over to the dessert area and talked to a chef named Daniel. He said he would take care of it because they didn’t have any out and he did I had one scoop of six different flavors of gelato as part of my breakfast. So if you want gelato ask for Daniel. You are welcome.
This hotel was HUGE! I stayed here with some friends last week, and we had a blast! I loved how ginormous the pool was, and the nightclub, Hakkasan, well, lets just say… I got lost in there too. The DJ that night was so good, and the atmosphere was hip and happening. I loved the proximity to everything else on the strip. A+ to the staff for being so nice and welcoming. Overall, the best experience I ever had in Vegas!
We loved the MGM grand!
We have stayed at the MGM for 3 years in a row for the NFR. I enjoy how they host events for the NFR guests within the hotel including driving the Dodge trucks to gain gift certificates to use while shopping at NRS.
Stayed here in October. Disappointed we didn’t go to the pool. The new rooms are really nice and the beds were sooo comfortable. Only issue we had was it took 10 or more minutes for hot water some times. There was lots of construction so I can’t wait to go back! Highly recommend the MGM. I love the location.
The rooms were smaller then expected and toilet/shower didn’t have much of a separation from the bedroom. Smell of smoke was also rampant, so I was congested most the time.
Stayed here twice over the past few years. The hotel is huge! Only downside is that you are toward she south end of the strip, but taxis are everywhere and the tram to the north end of the strip is relatively cheap.
I stayed in the Petite King in MGM Grand. I was happy with the renovations. The room sparkled & was very clean! My favorite was the pillow topped king size bed. It was so very comfortable! I thought that the room was really just average though. There was nothing really wrong with it, but it wasn’t over the top either! Not a bad choice!
Spent 4 nights at the MGM, stayed in one of their newer petite king rooms. We found the room a little too petite.
Mid level hotel for a mid level price. Stayed for a week in their basic king. The shower leaked onto the floor that was the biggest problem.
I recently stayed here for the 6th time, A all the way. I love the location the lay out the way it smells. Everything if your a m-life member the cost of your stay is Minuscule compared to the value you receive. Love this place.
This was my second time staying at the MGM. We stayed in the petite king room. It was a small room but the perfect size for two people. The hotel staff were friendly and always greeted us in the morning. I enjoyed the variety of restaurants in the hotel. It was also nice to have easy access to the monorail since we used that as a form of transportation often. The only downside is, while the hotel is big, it can be hard to navigate. Some of the signs inside are not clear and we did end up lost inside a couple of times during the first few days!
We found the hotel to be a very nice establishment. Super friendly staff and clean rooms. Our only problem was the size of the hotel itself. It took FOREVER to get from our room to the strip, or from our room to anywhere really. We’re planning our next trip for vegas and looking at smaller hotels.
First time visit. Very happy with everything. Staff nice and helpful. Easy to get around town thanks to the monorail awesome time.
My husband and I stayed in the executive king suite for our honeymoon. Nice room. Staff was super nice. We did have a nice view of New York, New York. The only thing was it was super crowded, to the point where we had to wait in lines just to get into the elevator to get to our room no matter what time of day it was. And we went Sunday to Thursday. Not to mention all the restaurants are pretty pricey. And also there is a helicopter tour of Vegas that passes by the MGM that can be noisy because it does fly in close. Also MGM ia not in the middle of the strip it can be a walk to other casinos i.e. Mirage, Paris etc. So all in all I might pick a different hotel to stay at next time we visit Vegas.
This will be our 4th year staying at MGM and we love it. The pools are great (especially the lazy river) and the rooms are nice. The food court is great for breakfast or a snack. Having the lions right down stairs was also a plus!
First time travellers to Las Vegas and were very happy with our stay at this hotel. We book the ‘West Wing’ section of the hotel (most recently built rooms). Very clean and comfortable, beautifully furnished rooms.
Although there were multiple restaurants within the hotel we found most of them overpriced but I guess that’s just part of staying in Las Vegas!
Although not situated in the heart of ‘The Strip’ it seemed to be a classier more contemporary option compared to some of the other hotels that we visited.
Had a great time on our trip! Our room was a suite, and it was definitely worth the extra money. Lots of choices to eat. We had lunch at Emerils. It was not crowded, and the food was excellent. Craft Steaks was a must try and we were very happy with our meals. The buffet was better than we expected and we were able to walk right in. The pools were great, and the slush drinks were always available! There were lots of bars inside the casino too. The casino was huge, and lady luck was on our side! We liked the location, and when we didn’t want to walk anymore, a taxi was always ready and waiting on us. Great trip, cant’ wait to return!
As a first time visitor, this hotel did not have the wow factor I was expecting. We were able to check in with no problems and our room was ready at 10am. Our first room was right near the building where the Country Music Awards were held the night before. All day long we heard trucks backing up and things being loaded. We asked to move and were put in a much quieter area. The room itself was awesome. Huge shower, jacuzzi tub. As for location of this hotel it was quite a walking distance to see the fountains and other big attractions. The lions at MGM were not out half the time we were there for cleaning purposes etc. The pool was soo crowded with young kids screaming and splashing. There were more kids at the pool than adults. The casino has some type of scented air piped in and it is a bit overwhelming. There is a lot of walking involved to get to the pools or food court. For the price I would recommend, but not for the overall wow factor.
I have stayed at the MGM Grand, but never in the summertime until this recent trip. This time was awesome. I can say that this was one of my best trips yet, mostly because MGM Grand Rocks!. We saved the company over $200 using a promo code we got from lasventions.com.
Then when we got their, we got a free upgrade to an awesome suite, because my colleague gambles frequently. We were highly accommodated with our business needs.
Most of all I Lovvvveed! the pool. The lazy river was fantastic and provided a great mechanism to socialize with multiple groups of people. I can’t wait to go back.