Bye Bye Monte Carlo! Las Vegas Casino Resort Being Replaced!

The NoMad Las Vegas will offer a self-contained experience, including dedicated drop-off lobby and swimming pool, as well as its own gaming, eating and drinking experiences, most notably an outpost of the award-winning NoMad restaurant by Chef Daniel Humm of 3 Michelin-starred Eleven Madison Park, the only restaurant in America in the Top 10 of the (formerly known as) San Pellegrino list of the world’s best restaurants. The Park MGM hotel will feature the first Vegas outpost of the Turin, Italy-based Eataly concept, whose locations around the world merge Italian cafes, to-go counters and full-service restaurants with high-quality Italian retail grocery products.

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Just two months ago, MGM opened The Park, an outdoor urban oasis of food, drink, sculptures and water features alongside the Monte Carlo, soon to be reborn as the Park MGM resort. Photo: MGM Resorts
Park MGM was conceived by partners MGM and Sydell to target a younger, well-traveled demographic seeking unique experiences and innovative design, appealing to this audience’s desire to be more social, connected and culturally aware. The Park MGM resort will keep the Monte Carlo’s European design influences, but this is a property-wide transformation of all public and guest spaces, and both new hotels will have fully redesigned guest rooms. The design will have a residential feel, combined with classically inspired European furnishings and a robust art program.
The new resort also takes major advantage of the adjacent new outdoor The Park, with direct access. Along with the new Park Theater, a 5,300-seat, $100-million entertainment venue opening later this year, Park MGM and The NoMad Las Vegas are to be the final pieces of MGM Resorts’ complete and enormous “neighborhood” redevelopment of the central Las Vegas Strip. This began in 2009 with CityCenter, a 76-acre mixed use complex that includes the 4,000 room Aria, 1,500 room Vdara, Forbes 5-Star Mandarin Oriental, the Crystals luxury shopping mall, and lots of public art. Park MGM and The NoMad Las Vegas are expected to open in late 2018.

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