MGM boasts offers a dramatic architectural welcome on Macau's NAPE waterfront.
Even if you’re not overnighting at the MGM Macau, it’s worth a visit just to see the museum-quality works of art. Celebrated names such as Dali and Chihuly adorn the hotel’s common areas, as well as the massive (more than 8,000 square feet) MGM Art Space gallery. The stunning central Grande Praça that anchors the hotel reinvents an elegant terraced-lined European-style plaza with Macanese flair; and the giant cylindrical aquarium centerpiece stocked with exotic fish, coral and LED lights presents a prime photo opportunity.
Well-appointed guest rooms and suites boast panoramic views through floor-to-ceiling windows and upscale bathrooms with rain-style shower heads. The décor is exceptional without being excessive, with a modern take on Art Deco styling and tasteful, contemporary furnishings. Seven house restaurants include Aux Beaux Arts with the atmosphere of a vintage French brasserie, the Imperial Court for traditional Cantonese and Rossio serving global flavors with an emphasis on seafood. At the decadent Tria spa, notable offerings include classic Moroccan hammam rituals and a massage that incorporates vibration therapy through the use of Himalayan singing bowls. The hotel's Grand Casino includes private gaming salons.