The SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand5.0 out of 5.0
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Last Summer (2017) provided an unbelievable Vegas experience. In July we stayed at Delano, Bally’s, and Signature. But in August we stayed in a Mirage Lanai, Cosmopolitan, Bellagio, MGM Grand, and, to end the trip on a high note, Skylofts! I must admit, we were a little worried that the Lanai might unseat Skylofts from being our most adored and favorite hotel ever. Hence, we were open to new experiences, and allowed for a Skylofts “challenger” to step up. As it turned out, we were very relieved to recognize, that upon being professionally greeted and checking in to Loft 57, and all through the stay, that Skylofts still reigned supreme within our hearts! Yep, you just can’t beat it…for personnel service (of concierge, like Jose, Nikki, Monika, Cherie, and David; of Butlers, like Daniel, Nergoni, E.G., and Misty; of Doormen; of Bellhops, like Don; of chauffeurs, like Ms. Dickey; of the House Cleaning crew; of Maintenance; of Dining room-service; etc., etc., etc….). Can’t beat the soundproof walls. Can’t beat the marble floors. Can’t beat the plush King bed. Can’t beat the 2-story tall floor-to-ceiling windows. Can’t beat the steam shower. Can’t beat the Bvlgari bathroom amenities. Can’t beat the Bose speakers in bathroom. Can't beat the free movies (no charge for pay-per-view). Can’t beat the Juro Expresso machine with options like Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee beans…. This can turn out to be a very long story, so I’ll cut it short. Skylofts sets the standard of Forbes 5 Star and AAA 5 Diamond Hotels, year after year, after year. Love me some Skylofts! They just can’t be beat!
Have stayed before and would again. Staff is transparent about their thoughts and suggestions- not trying to oversell a show or restaurant. The ability to get text updates and more so the fact we were kept abreast about the status of reservations, allowed much more productive use of our time.
I recently visited Las Vegas and for the first time stayed at MGM Skylofts. The history of the Skylofts has been a little bit here and there. They started as a not seriously meant competition to the MGM Mansion, then became part of Leading Hotels of the World before rejoining the MGM family as Skylofts. In total there are 54 Skylofts configured in one, two and three bedroom rooms. As part of my MLife status I was expecting an upgrade from the one BR to the two BR Skyloft / which was unfortunately not offered in spite of being available for the duration of my stay. Check-in was swift with a separate entrance and lobby for guests. Surprisingly, smoking was allowed in the building, which probably makes the property one of the few five star smoking properties in the world. The Skylofts lobby was staffed 24/7 and any desire, be it in-room dining, valet or bell services were conveniently activated at the click of a button. The concierge kindly not only printed my MLife tickets but also those purchased from alternative venues such as Caesar’s Palace Coliseum for Celine Dion.
Great location away from the casino and the smoke - I was disappointed they didn’t have q Starbucks close by- the meeting rooms were great- the WiFi not so much- Overall very satisfied- rooms and bathroom superb
This is the best hotel I've experienced in Vegas and have been here far too many times. Everything from the personal greeting, the private lounge, personal check in service up in the room, spectacular rooms with equally impressive service. Private butler assigned to you, hospitality every where you turn. The rooms have a great deal of charm, interesting artwork, overflow bathtub, steam shower, spotless and comfortable bed. I highly recommend if you are looking for a 5 star experience in Vegas.
I've probably stayed in the Skylofts 9 or 10 times with my wife but they keep "wowing" us! This time we found out (not sure if this was always the case) you can grab a meal at the "mansion" which is a sort of secret enclave within the MGM which was amazing. The service, food and overall experience in the Skylofts was superb. And being a "car" guy, the 2018 Bentley they picked us up in from the airport was amazing as well.
The mark of an exceptional hotel isn't just how it handles the good aspects of a stay, but the bad as well. While my previous stay was good, there were a few small issues that prevented me from giving Skylofts the 5th star it really should have. Matt Moraca, the amazing Director of Skylofts, made sure that our latest stay would be extra special. It was. Before going into detail on our wonderful stay, let me say a few more nice things about Matt and his staff. Matt spent a lot of time emailing me back and forth regarding this trip. He made us feel like we were the only thing on his plate, and that we were important guests to the hotel. Kind and genuine, I can't say enough nice things about him. All of the Skyloft staff, from the butlers to the maids were friendly, helpful, and did whatever they could to fulfill our requests. Matt and his team even made sure The Mansion had a can of jellied cranberries on hand for our Thanksgiving dinner, despite the semi absurdity of the request. I'm sure many people in 5 star hotels would laugh at that request. No one did. One of the butlers, Paul, even made sure we were taken care of by Bellagio as we decided to stay in Vegas one more day. The Loft itself was beautiful as usual. Fresh flowers, beautiful decor, a personalized mini bar, and of course a wonderful bathroom with the best shower in Las Vegas. Not kidding, it beats the shower in Bellagio's $6,000 a night Chairman Suite. It blows away everything else in the $1,000 a night range. There are a few variations, but ours had two rain heads, 4 body sprayers, a wand, and steam. The steam function works well for the record. The Kohler infinity tub is always fun to use, and this trip, because I have a bad upper back and neck, I took advantage of Skyloft's extensive pillow menu. The Makura pillow was amazing. Waking up without a stiff neck or back pain is a joy most people take for granted. I'm just sad that I forgot to ask the butler if I could buy one before we checked out. I'd also recommend the Mediflow water pillow and the anti snore pillow. My wife liked the air chamber pillow as she also has back issues. The bed itself is also very comfortable. Getting to ride in the Bentely Mulsanne to and from Circus Circus for dinner (The Steakhouse), which is one of our favorite places to eat, was a treat. Amazing car, and nice drivers. I always enjoy enjoy speaking with the drivers. Great stories. The little snacks the butlers drop off, which were appreciated even after stuffing ourselves on Thanksgiving dinner, same with the Jura coffee maker. So easy to use for a cup of coffee. If you don't want to use the Jura you can ask the butler to do it for you, or just head down to the VIP Lounge. I'm glad I chose Skylofts for this trip, and look forward to my fourth Skyloft visit and many more in the future. Thank you again Matt, Paul, and the entire Skyloft and MGM team for a great stay.
This place is off the charts if you are looking for a place to stay in Vegas you owe it to your self to stay here they make you feel like a movie star from the time you pull up in the limo they provide you when you check in it is actually in your room the greeter takes up there and you do all the papers and credit card info in private instead of standing in long lines and having others around when you discuss personal information. the staff is so helpful and polite I travel with teenagers whenever we go there they fill the mini fridge with complimentary drinks and make sure there is a game system in room cause you know you can’t go days without X box . the elevator is private must have a room key which is nice a little sense of safety I have stayed there four times now I have never been disappointed
We stayed at this hotel in April 2017 and experienced a few service-related issues (leading to my 3-star review on TA, titled "Very much hit and miss"), however we tried this property again in November 2017 and were simply blown away by the difference! What didn't change from our previous stay? The rooms are still fabulous and stylish, with 2-story views of Las Vegas, sitting atop the sprawling MGM Grand hotel (which is also the closest major hotel to the airport). What changed? In short, the service. My experience in April was less than ideal, however I'd say based on my most recent stay and other individual's reviews, my April experience must have been the exception, rather than the norm. This time around, every employee interaction was impeccable. Most impressive was the cocktail party that our butler coordinated on just a couple hours' notice. On a whim, my husband and I decided to host a gathering for about a dozen people, and with just a text and a quick phone call, the butler exceeded our expectations with an amazing hors d'oeuvres selection in our loft AND his personal assistance in taking and delivering drink orders for guests throughout the party. He even offered to escort guests from the main hotel lobby into the SKYLOFTS (since the SKYLOFTS are on a controlled-access floor). Beyond the cocktail party, our stay was filled with personal touches from our concierge. Some were subtle (like remembering beverage and toiletry preferences from our prior stay), while others were more noticeable (like securing dinner reservations on a Saturday night for 4 people at the sold-out Joel Robuchon restaurant), but they all played an important role in creating the experience that only SKYLOFTS can. I've stayed in just about every luxury property in Las Vegas and can personally attest that SKYLOFTS is in a league of their own, easily outpacing the competition. Setting aside the fully-comp'd experiences for the uber-whale-gamblers (which we are not), SKYLOFTS delivered a level of personalization, service, and hospitality that is simply unmatched in Las Vegas, and indeed rivals the best hotels in the world. If you're looking for perfection, this is it.
The courtesy and professionalism the staff had was far beyond any experience with a high-end, luxury hotel I have ever stayed at. I have stayed at upper end hotels on a regular basis and none have been to the level of service I received at Skylofts.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Paradise within a mile (2 km) of T-Mobile Arena, The SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Thomas and Mack Center. This 51-room, 5-star resort has 4 outdoor pools along with a full-service spa and a casino. It's in central Las Vegas and also close to Las Vegas Convention Center and Park Theater.
This resort is home to 18 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service.
The 51 air-conditioned accommodations afford space to spread out with dining areas and sitting areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels and DVD players. Bathrooms offer jetted tubs, hair dryers, and designer toiletries, and pillowtop beds with premium bedding and down comforters ensure a restful night. Minibars, espresso makers, and free local calls are also standard.
The SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand features a full-service spa, 4 outdoor pools, and a casino. Valet parking is offered for USD 24 per day. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury resort include a nightclub, a fitness center, and a spa tub.
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95% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 388 reviews