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King Suites at MGM

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by HazelEyez3, Jul 28, 2014.

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  1. HazelEyez3

    HazelEyez3 Newbie

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    There is the Executive King Suite and the Grand King Premiere View. Neither has a description of the room views so, aside from the size, I am not sure what the difference is. Any info on each room would be great.
     
  2. sindustry

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    Executive King is bigger. Grand King Premiere View is just a standard king room with a "premium view".
     
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    Executive king suite is the old King Bungalow suite. I consider it a mini suite. Executive king has a large horseshoe sofa and extra tv. They are close to the elevators and from what I was told on the lower floors. I had one last Oct and enjoyed it very much. There is no wetbar/empty fridge. Our view was of a low cement wall but could see the very tops of NYNY and MC over it. They can face any direction. Youtube has many videos of the rooms themselves and often times the video will include a peek out the window.
     
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    Exactly. There are definitely descriptions, just click on the room you are interested in.
    http://mgmgrand.com/hotel/

    Here's a video of the Executive King Suite, they are a really large studio style room.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yhvo0jA9SWM
    Pretty sure they all have horrible views of the roof though... (my parents stayed in one and had this view as well)

    Here's the premier view
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3TxgM0KFIQ
    Overall because of how MGM is laid out, I don't think you can expect the most stunning view of the strip.
     
  5. lotso-bear

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    You can get some good views, depending on the room. The Marquee Suites and Terrace Suites both come with a good view.
     
  6. Kickin

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    They have them on higher floors too. Last one I stayed in was right below the Skylofts so I was able to nab their nice high class wifi.
     
  7. Tammy58

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    Thanks Kickin...I always thought they had them on every floor until last year when I stayed in one. An employee told me they only had them on the lower 3 floors. I have learned over the years that a hotels employees do NOT know everything. You had one, so your info is good with me :)
     
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    I'm staying in a grand room in April.....was just wondering is there a mini fridge in the room to use or is it filled with beverages to be bought?
     
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    Filled with beverage already. Need to request and pay (unless you mention a medical condition) for a mini fridge.
     
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    Thanks
     
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