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Tower One-Bedroom Suite Review

Tower One-Bedroom Suite Review

Tower One-Bedroom Suite at MGM Grand Las Vegas

For those looking for indulgence while in Sin City, the hotel is where the experience beings. There are a ton of suites in Las Vegas that will provide that indulgent hotel experience -- a few amazing ones come to mind as I write this -- but few have mastered the art of the hotel suite as well at MGM Grand. With SKYLOFTs, Marquee Suites, Tower Suites, and Penthouse Suites, MGM Grand probably offers more of an array of 1, 2, and 3-bedroom suites in Las Vegas than any other property. Let take a good look at the Tower One-Bedroom Suite at MGM Grand.

The decor at this one-bedroom suite is classic Vegas with a very modern twist. The Tower one-bedroom suite provides ample space and I really believe that there is nothing about this suite you won't love: the oversized private bedroom--large but not too big, a very sizable living room has a good-sized sectional sofa that pulls out into a second bed, the dining room easily accommodates four or five people, and the marble-adorned bathroom with separate shower is impressive to say the least.

What don't I like about this suite? Every Vegas suite has a flaw -- well pretty much every suite, but there are some exceptions -- and the Tower One-Bedroom Suite at MGM Grand has a couple. First, it might be a tad bit too dark for my taste. I'm a big fan of bold, darker decor in suites, so long as there are light offsets such as dark furniture with light floor or other elements, or even tall ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows where natural light can flow in. Some light is missing from this suite. But importantly, the light issue is somewhat minor. There are large windows in both the bedroom and living area, but I could do with more of them.

Second, MGM Tower suites aren't among the top tier in Vegas, they're good, but not the highest level of accommodation. When I stay in a suite, I want the highest quality I can get -- but that of course comes at a cost. Lastly, the one-bedroom Tower suites at MGM Grand could use some minor TLC. They've been around for a while, and I'm sure have seem a party or two in their day.

The Tower One-Bedroom Suite at MGM Grand will comfortably sleep up to 4 people. Two in the private bedroom and two in the pullout sofa that's located in the living room.

In sum, the Tower One-Bedroom Suite is spacious and it's extremely comfortable with a high level of quality guest service, the housekeeping staff will bend over backwards for any requests. As a mid-tier Las Vegas suite, I'd recommend this room to anyone.