I would like to inquire about the price i realize I can call but was trying to book online, I cant seem to find no where that it states how much, Could you please give me a price for May 17th, 2017 to May 22nd, 2017, thanks soo much Brenda
2 เมษายน 2017|
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คำตอบจาก Matthew M | ตัวแทนสถานที่ให้บริการ |
Good Evening Ms. Brenda,
Thank you for your comment. Our SKYLOFTS team would be delighted to assist you with any booking questions. Please know we have 24 hour service where you may either email us directly at... เพิ่มเติม
Good Evening Ms. Brenda,
Thank you for your comment. Our SKYLOFTS team would be delighted to assist you with any booking questions. Please know we have 24 hour service where you may either email us directly at email@example.com or call us at 702.891.3832. We look forward to speaking with you!
Hi, me and my friends are staying at the MGM grand in June, is this inside the hotel? or is this a complete separate property? I was wondering what the difference was and if you are able to be upgraded from MGM grand to the skylofts? I have never been to Vegas before so I'm not very aware of what goes on there, how it works and whats the best, cheapest and most convenient way to get through the holiday whilst enjoying ourselves as much as possible. We are all going for our 21st birthday which is quite big! So we want to do it as big as possible
7 มีนาคม 2017|
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คำตอบจาก PnSfromLA | รีวิวสถานที่ให้บริการนี้ |
The Skylofts is a hotel within a hotel at the MGM Grand. It occupies the top two floors (29 and 30) of the MGM Grand Tower. You still need to use the MGM valet, walkthrough the lobby, and use the MGM elevators to get to... เพิ่มเติม
The Skylofts is a hotel within a hotel at the MGM Grand. It occupies the top two floors (29 and 30) of the MGM Grand Tower. You still need to use the MGM valet, walkthrough the lobby, and use the MGM elevators to get to the Skylofts. Being a guest of Skylofts feels very different than being a guest in the regular part of MGM. You check in at the VIP Lounge (the gold doors next to invited guest check in), you need a Skyloft key card to access the 29th floor, and aside from using the pool or gamble, you don't really need to leave the floor as everything can be brought to you including food from almost all MGM Grand restaurants, with the exception of Joel Robuchon. You can even have the butlers (more like really good concierges than butlers though) go out and get you food, clothing, or almost anything from anywhere in Vegas (a charge for this might apply).
If you are looking to do your trip on the cheap, then Skylofts isn't for you. I've never upgraded into one at check-in, I've simply booked them directly. If you are expected some $20 or even $100 "trick" will work, it won't. If you want to stay at Skylofts, the cheapest I have seen for a 1 Bedroom Loft is $750 a night plus tax and resort fee. On top of that you should tip the butlers.
The best part of staying at Skylofts though isn't the Loft itself, it is that you can dine in the Estate Dining Room at the Mansion, which is a completely separate hotel behind MGM. The Mansion is to Skylofts, what Skylofts is to a regular room at MGM. The service is far beyond that of Skylofts, then again, so is the price. These Mansions start at $5,000 a night and no they will not let you upgrade into one.
I would recommend that you make sure to book at least a Grand room and not the West Wing if you decide to stay at MGM. A cheap upgrade would be to the Executive King or Queen suite depending on how many beds you need.
MGM has a great variety of restaurants, bars, and pools. I think you will enjoy it. Just don't book the West Wing rooms.
Hi, I need to know if the hotel has a panoramic elevator that can take guests from lobby to rooms before booking as i can't get in a closed normal elevator? thanks
27 มีนาคม 2016|
คำตอบจาก ammarson | รีวิวสถานที่ให้บริการนี้ |
There are 2 elevators that go directly to the Skyloft - you will need your room key to access the floor. Unfortunately, they are regular elevators.