Mgm Grand Hotel History

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The MGM Grand is one of the most famous, luxurios and popular hotels all over the world. It was the biggest hotel (more than 6.800 rooms) of the world since its opening in 1993 and until 2006. First, it was surpassed by the gigant First World Hotel in Malaysia (about 7.300 rooms) and later in 2008 by the Venetian and the Palazzo Hotel in Las Vegas (approximately 7.100 rooms). Nevertheless, it remains as the third largest hotel all over the world, and the second one in Nevada and the United States. Along its history, the MGM Hotel has appeared in several films, like The Great White Hype (1996), Vegas Vacation (1997) and Ocean’s Eleven (2001), among other popular movies. The hotel is also especially known for boxing fans, because several of the world’s top boxing matches have been held there. MGM Grand Hotel characteristics MGM Grand is located halfway…show more content…
Actually, there are 15 restaurants operated by such renowned chefs like Joël Robuchon (a french restaurateur and cheff, elected as the Chef of the Century in 1989 by the well known restaurant guide Gault Milleau), Emeril Lagasse (an American cheff and restaurateur awarded with the James Beard Foundation Award for excellence in cuisine in US) and Wolfgang Puck (a celebrity American cheff and restaurateur), among others. As specialized publications report, the MGM Grand Hotel is a perfect destination for lovers of gastronomy. For instance, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill is fairly popular; Joël Robuchon’s L'Atelier is an excellente place for those people looking for new gastronomical creations of the famous french cheff; Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House is worth visiting just to prove the po’boy (a sandwich that usually includes rost beef, chicken, fried seafood and ham, served on baguette); Shibuya that offers a fantastic sushi; Fiamma, serving quality Italian food; Crafsteak, considered as a luxury grill, among

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