Vegas Strip in Focus: The MGM Grand Casino Hotel

The MGM Grand is truly the grandest casino on the Las Vegas strip. This casino started out as a themed casino and evolved into a classy new casino hotel. We will present you with the important details of the MGM Grand casino hotel and you will get to know the history and the casino hotel itself.

The MGM Grand was opened in1993, the same year the Treasure Island casino hotel opened on the Las Vegas strip. The MGM Grand casino hotel is owned by the MGM Grand Inc. Back then, the casino hotel had used the Wizard of Oz theme and the building of the MGM Grand was called the Emerald City because of its green color. Within the MGM Grand you would then find Wizard of Oz decoration and statues of Dorothy and her companions. Everything about the MGM Grand was at that time Oz inspired, even all the way down to the restaurants and gift shops.

In the year 2000, the MGM Grand was renovated because it wanted to cater to a more mature and adult clientele. The d�cor went from Oz inspired to classical Hollywood Art Deco style. Now the MGM Grand casino hotel is known for its entertainment and for its size.

The MGM Grand now houses 6,852 rooms and the total size of the casino in MGM Grand is 171, 500 square feet. MGM Grand has also been a casino that appeared in movies such as Ocean's Eleven and The Great White Hype. Other signature attractions of the casino hotel are the lion habitats, Cirque du Soleil productions, Studio 54 nightclub, and CBS Television City.

The casino carries a total number of 3200 slot machines and 164 table games which is one of the largest numbers of games in the entire Las Vegas strip. The casino games that are available in the MGM Grand are seemingly endless. You have a wide choice of Blackjack, Baccarat, Craps, Let it Ride, Grand Baccarat, Roulette, Wheel-of-Fortune and many other games that exist in the casino world.

Aside from the casino, the MGM Grand also has notable restaurants. The variety ranges from French cuisine, to American steaks all the way to Chinese and Japanese cuisine. The restaurants are named Diego, which is Mexican food, Craftsteak, which is American, Pearl, which is Chinese, and so on.

The MGM Grand casino hotel is truly the grandest in the Las Vegas strip and deserves a five star rating for its history, amenities and its service.

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