The Mansion

In complete seclusion from the lights and sounds of Vegas, The Mansion at MGM Grand will exceed all expectations. Nestled far behind the MGM Grand, the Mansion was designed only for the most privileged guests. The villas are rented as 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom estates. The suites are often given to the “whales” that visit the MGM casino and bet an average of $500,000 per-hour. For the non-gamblers, the villas can be rented for private use starting at $5,000 per-night.

The 290,000 square-foot Mansion has 29 separate villas and seven common areas that are reserved exclusively for guests of The Mansion. High-rollers staying in these suites can enjoy their brandy and a fine cigar in the sitting area near the fireplace or play or shoot some pool if so desired. There is also a private pool and luxurious garden area.

The Mansion was created to resemble an 18th century Tuscan Villa. The front is guarded by a luxurious gate that opens to the courtyard, where there are private balconies and dim lights, barely illuminating the pathways at night. The Mansion is also home to an extensive art collection, including over 800 original pieces that are scattered both throughout the Mansion and inside the guest rooms. The Mansion is also home to the famous Joel Robuchon, which gives the restaurant an even more exclusive appeal.