The MGM Grand Macau first opened its doors on the 18th of December 2007. The hotel and casino situated in Macau, China was the second western style establishment in Asia after the Wynn Macau which is located next door.
The development was an equal part joint venture between MGM Mirage and Pansy Ho who is the daughter of SJM owner, Stanley Ho.
Playing at the MGM Grand Macau Casino
The MGM Grand Macau casino’s main floor is located on the ground floor and has a large variety of around 900 slot machines and more than 200 table games. The table games range from low to high limits with a Las Vegas room dedicated to high rollers. The Las Vegas room does however only have one roulette table while the rest are baccarat tables.
Beside the Las Vegas room is a high limit slots area while the regular slot machines and other electronic games are found on the main floor. Various table games are available including Sic Bo; craps; roulette; slots, baccarat and blackjack as well as a variety of different poker games amongst others.
The second floor is dedicated to a VIP baccarat section. There are more than 30 rooms of varying sizes offering high stake baccarat games. The top three floors of the MGM Grand Macau also host VIP gaming.
MGM Grand Macau Playing Card
Players can benefit from membership of the MGM Grand playing card which is a four tiered scheme. The introductory tier is the golden lion card which entitles members to 5% off restaurant bills and hotel rooms. Certain spa offers are available too. The elite club card increases discounts to 10% and other perks are added.
The platinum card needs to earn points to offer free transport, free rooms and free meals. Invites to prestigious events are also offered to members of this card. The highest tiered card is the supreme card which entitles members to the best services in all areas of the establishment.
MGM Grand Macau Hotel and Amenities
The MGM Grand Macau hotel is 35 stories high and has 600 rooms including suites on floors 20 to 28 and private villas on the 31st and 32nd floors. An outdoor heated pool is found on the third floor which opens daily for nine months of the year. The third floor is also home to the Six Senses spa which offers a full service on spa and beauty treatments as well as a fitness centre.
There are a variety of restaurants at the MGM Grand Macau offering Asian and international fare. They offer French cuisine; a daily buffet; high tea; Cantonese cuisine; patisserie and more. There are also a variety of bars around the establishment with a pool bar on the third floor; a bar offering live music every night of the week and a bar with light snacks on the menu.
One Central Mall is connected to the MGM offering a 200 000 sq. ft. shopping experience. The mall is home to a number of designer stores and upmarket boutiques. The lobby of the hotel and casino has a small art shop which showcases artwork from certain world renowned artists.