• MGM Las Vegas Hotels Invest in Natural Architecture, Wellness Meeting Spaces and Customizable Experiences

     
    POSTED June 11, 2019
     
  • MGM Las Vegas Hotels Invest in Natural Architecture, Wellness Meeting Spaces and Customizable Experiences

     
    POSTED June 11, 2019
     
  • MGM Las Vegas Hotels Invest in Natural Architecture, Wellness Meeting Spaces and Customizable Experiences

     
    POSTED June 11, 2019
     
  • MGM Las Vegas Hotels Invest in Natural Architecture, Wellness Meeting Spaces and Customizable Experiences

     
    POSTED June 11, 2019
     
  • MGM Las Vegas Hotels Invest in Natural Architecture, Wellness Meeting Spaces and Customizable Experiences

     
    POSTED June 11, 2019
     

“What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” is taking on a new meaning for MGM Resorts International. With major investments into Las Vegas’ meeting and convention spaces, the city is proving itself to be a place unlike any other.  

Throughout it all is a natural and organic design thread that is present in every hotel through the integration of natural light and outdoor spaces, all of which is inspired by Las Vegas’ desert environment. Las Vegas hotels with such aesthetics include Park MGM, ARIA, MGM Grand, and Mandalay Bay, all of which include large meeting spaces. Park MGM has 77,000 square feet of meeting space, ARIA has 500,000 square feet, MGM Grand has 250,000 square feet, and Mandalay Bay has 350,000 square feet, all of which are designed to promote the wellness of those who use the space. 

Vice President of Sales Operations & Services Stephanie Glanzer says the great thing about these spaces is that there’s something for every type of group. “We have accommodations at different price points all within a very short distance and are able to co-locate larger events between our properties.”  

With so many spaces, Glanzer says MGM’s Las Vegas offerings “go far beyond a traditional ballroom space and that each property has customizable spaces for a group’s needs.” 

The Broadmoor is welcoming a new 125,000-square-foot Exhibition Hall in spring 2020, an addition to the existing Broadmoor Hall, International Center and Colorado Hall to form “The Broadmoor Event Center.”  

The Broadmoor will be the only Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five Diamond awarded hotel in the country to operate a large on-site exhibition space. 

 

An hour drive from Yellowstone National Park, The Wilson Hotel Big Sky Residence Inn has recently become the first major hotel in Big Sky, Montana.  

Named after Wilson Peak—one of the most prominent peaks overlooking Big Sky—this hotel has 129 rooms, a 24-hour fitness center, a shuttle service to nearby ski lifts, on-site bike rentals, and 3,000 square feet of meeting space that can accommodate up to 190 people.  

 

Hyatt named Mountain Shore Properties Developer of the Year in recognition of its excellent construction quality, efficiency and hotel development in strategic locations. The Charleston, South Carolina-based developer has two South Carolina Hyatt properties in Sumter and Mt. Pleasant, with two more underway in Nashville, Tennessee and Tallahassee, Florida.