3770 South Las Vegas Blvd // Las Vegas Strip » map
|Rating:||★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆|
|Pricing:||$ $ $ $ $|
|Deposit:||First night charge plus tax|
|Resort Fee:||$33.60/day plus $10/day parking fee|
New York-New York
|Comp Club:||M Life|
|Deals:||10 deals for Monte Carlo|
Real Deal on the Monte Carlo
Buyer beware - all MGM Resorts properties charge the highest resort fees (nearly $40/night) plus a $10 per day fee to self-park your car. VegasTripping suggests you find alternate accommodations.
We've never been big fans of Monte Carlo, but the strangely unplayable casino at ARIA has caused us to peek over the neighborly fence on more than one recent trip to CityCenter. Let it be said that the formerly staid and boring Monte Carlo has found a new pair of dancin' shoes.
New restaurants, new decor, new vibes and new blood plus the addition of the luxurious accommodations on MC's top floor - under the sub-moniker of Hotel32 - have collectively helped Monte Carlo shake off its ten year old case of the snoozes.
Are the vibes lucky at Monte Carlo?
A replica of a resort/casino that you might find in... Monte Carlo! Honestly, the Monte Carlo has actually managed to find a little pizazz and develop a bit of a party personality. Shocking.
What casino games are offered at Monte Carlo?
Slots and Video Poker ranging from $.05 to $100. BlackJack (double deck and shoe), Single Zero Roulette (one of the few left in Vegas! - a must-play for Vegas roulette players), Craps, PaiGow, Caribbean Stud, Baccarat, Keno, Poker Room, and a Race & Sports Book.
Does Monte Carlo have casino comps?
MGM Mirage Players Club members can reedeem their points at Mandalay Bay, LuXor, Mirage, Bellagio, Treasure Island, Excalibur, MGM Grand, CityCenter, Circus Circus, Slots-A-Fun and other MGMMirage resorts worldwide (except Macau).