A condo with intimate South-of- France style bars and terraces… not something one expects to find in the centre of Las Vegas. But the look and feel has been achieved in the new Park MGM.

The Monte Carlo officially shed its name this year with a major refurb and a new identity – Park MGM – a welcoming social hub that evokes the residential spirit, intimacy and individuality of a boutique experience on a resort scale. And with its central location, Park MGM offers guests direct access to what is quickly becoming the city’s premier entertainment district, featuring T-Mobile Arena, The Park and Park Theater.

A partnership between Sydell Group and MGM Resorts International, Park MGM was born from the collaborative vision of the New York-based lifestyle hotelier and one of the world’s preeminent destination resort developers. When complete, the project will comprise two new distinct experiences: Park MGM, and a Las Vegas version of the renowned NoMad, a standalone 292-room hotel encompassing the tower’s top four floors.

While a dramatic arboreal sculpture by Brazilian woodworker Henrique Oliveira is the focal point of the lobby, Park MGM’s rooms evoke the essence of a private apartment with a mix of thoughtful touches, antique-inspired pieces, “found” objects and original artwork by artists and photographers from around the world commissioned for each room by France’s be-poles studio.