The multi-million dollar revamp of MGM’s Monte Carlo resort has turned out to be an inspired decision from the Las Vegas hotel giants. Re-branded as Park MGM, the bustling resort is a collaboration between MGM and luxury New York hotel brand Sydell Group. As well as the standard rooms that makeup Park MGM, the property also contains hotel NoMad Las Vegas, an elegant boutique destination mixing English aesthetics with New York sensibility.
The transformation comes courtesy of French architect and designer Jacques Garcia who’s given each of the 293 rooms of the NoMad an undeniable feeling of prestige. Each room is decorated with custom furnishings, unique artwork and offers incredible views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Along with your standard King, Queen and Double rooms, NoMad offers a selection of premium suites with large open-plan floors along with extras such as freestanding baths and marble walk-in showers. If you really want to experience NoMad’s full potential, go all out and grab one of the Suite Royale Premium rooms. These spectacular residences cover 2,000 square-foot and come with a dining room, fully stocked wet bar, billiard table and space for six guests to sleep.
Not only are the rooms incredible, but the hotel itself has a host of first-class dining and entertainment options. You can relax with a cocktail or three as the world’s best DJs spin tunes at the NoMad pool or try your luck at poker, blackjack or baccarat on the casino floor. The Casino Bar has a tasty selection of cocktails curated by bar director Leo Robitschek, and like the casino floor, is modelled on classic European casino designs.
Lady Gaga is currently playing a residency at the Park Theatre in the adjacent Park MGM and can often be spotted after her performance enjoying a cocktail or three at the delightful Juniper Cocktail Bar. If you’re looking for a night out, grab a beverage at Mama Rabbit, a colourful bar showcasing the largest range of tequila and mezcal in all of the States before getting your boogie on at nightclub Off The Record.
If food is your vice look no further than the fine dining at NoMad Restaurant, or for those who love Italian, check out Eataly marketplace and a sample a range of delicious dishes from a pizza and pasta to antipasto and seafood dishes.
Not only is NoMad a new and fresh take on the Vegas experience, but it caters to anyone who wants to enjoy the city in comfort while being close to the best bars, restaurants and shows on the Strip.
Check out more information about NoMad Las Vegas and book a room now at thenomadhotel.com.
The author travelled to Las Vegas as a guest of Visit Las Vegas.