Checking-in on Monte Carlo-Park MGM-NoMad Transformation

Monte Carlo - Park MGM - NoMad transition

Monte Carlo is transitioning to Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas 

Primrose, a Southern French inspired restaurant by Michelin starred chef Bryce Shuman, is gearing up for the for their debut later this month. In the photos above you can see the bar and lounge area are nearing completion, the rest of the restaurant will be ready for guest in just a few days. Primrose will be managed by Sydell Group and is located next to the new Park MGM lobby and pool area.

 

Here we have a sneak preview of the new Park MGM lobby area and hallway. Both NoMad and Park MGM will be independently operated with their own lobby, pools, dining, and gaming areas. With only 292 rooms and suites, NoMad will pale in comparison to the 2,700-room Park MGM. Both hotel renovations are expected to be completed by the end of 2018.

 

Also on the way, a nearly 4,000-ft² Center Bar with a +$375,000 construction budget of its own. MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO, Jim Murren, has publically stated MGM will not be building new hotels or casinos in Las Vegas. Updates, Upgrades, and renovations of stale MGM Resorts International owned properties may be the new norm for the foreseeable future.

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2 Comments on "Checking-in on Monte Carlo-Park MGM-NoMad Transformation"

  1. ChrisinNashville | September 13, 2017 at 9:06 am |

    Looking pretty good. I am not a fan of either name but hey, they didn’t ask me. This is probably my least favorite property in the MGM lineup (oh wait, just remembered they run Excalibur). Will be interesting to see when I am in town in December. Nice update!

  2. I loved the Monte Carlo when I stayed in ’16, I was sad to hear it was being rebranded and remodelled to be more upscale. But after the debacle with The Bellagio, I think I’m more or less done with MGM.

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