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MGM Resorts International Launches Las Vegas' Largest Snapchat Geofilter Collection

MGM Resorts International Launches Las Vegas' Largest Snapchat Geofilter Collection

LAS VEGAS (September 6, 2016) – Launching the largest Snapchat Geofilter collection in Las Vegas to date, MGM Resorts International encourages guests to immerse themselves in iconic Las Vegas experiences by sharing their selfie-made memories using filters that tag the property where the photo is taken. 


Morimoto Las Vegas to Open at MGM Grand this Fall

Morimoto Las Vegas to Open at MGM Grand this Fall

LAS VEGAS (May 20, 2016) - Masaharu Morimoto, renowned Japanese chef and star of Food Network's "Iron Chef America," will open his contemporary Japanese restaurant Morimoto Las Vegas  at MGM Grand in fall 2016.


Grab Your Squad: Topgolf Las Vegas Opens May 19

Grab Your Squad: Topgolf Las Vegas Opens May 19

LAS VEGAS – May 17, 2016 – Topgolf® Las Vegas opens its doors to locals, tourists, golfers and non-golfers alike Thursday, May 19, at 8 a.m., bringing the city a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience.
 




MGM Resorts International Honored with Prestigious Accolades for 2016

MGM Resorts International Honored with Prestigious Accolades for 2016

Forbes Travel Guide, AAA, TripAdvisor and U.S. News & World Report have recognized several MGM Resorts International resorts and restaurants for exceptional service and hospitality.
 


Ring in the Year of the Monkey with Celebratory Dances, Brilliant Displays and Culinary Specialties Throughout MGM Resorts International

Ring in the Year of the Monkey with Celebratory Dances, Brilliant Displays and Culinary Specialties Throughout MGM Resorts International

MGM Resorts International will celebrate Chinese New Year 2016, the Year of the Monkey, with a line-up of dynamic entertainment, authentic cuisine and vibrant displays.


2016 LAS VEGAS TREND REPORT:  WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE NEW YEAR

2016 LAS VEGAS TREND REPORT: WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE NEW YEAR

With more than 42 million annual visitors, Las Vegas regularly reinvents itself better than any destination around the globe. So what does 2016 have in store? Experts are weighing in on hospitality, entertainment, food and beverage and spa trends across the iconic Las Vegas Strip.  

Whether it’s new entertainment venues like the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena and 5,300-seat Park Theater; tech-savvy offerings like mobile phone room keys; or how the destination is keeping millennials engaged with more personalized services and the introduction of skill-based gaming options, predictions are in and the forecast for the new year is as enticing as one would expect from one of the world’s most popular travel destinations. 

Take a glimpse into the future of Las Vegas. 



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