MGM Grand Mansion
One of Las Vegas’ best-kept secrets could be the MGM Grand Mansion, one of the most exclusive hotels in America. Connected to the MGM Grand by the high-limits table gaming room, the Mansion is not well known by most Las Vegas visitors. Since its opening in 1999, the Grand Mansion has hosted some of the biggest names in sports, Hollywood, and business like Tiger Woods, Bruno Mars, and Cher to name a few.
Taking inspiration from Italy, the Mansion was modeled after a 18th-century Tuscan villa. The 29 villas also incorporate Italian architectural elements like arched hallways, pillars, stained-glass windows and more. In all, the Mansion cost around $290 million to build and fill with art.
The Las Vegas destination truly redefines luxury in a city known for its extravagance and splendor.