Imagine a hotel big enough to house flying acrobats, five pools and a quarter-mile lazy river. That's the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino — filled with tons of entertainment options. Billed as one of the largest hotels in the world, the MGM Grand offers enough entertainment to keep the whole family on their toes. The hotel is home to KA, the famous Cirque du Soleil production that features mile-high acrobatics, martial arts and imaginative puppetry. There are 5,000 rooms of every shape and size. Those in the Grand Tower are generously proportioned with custom black-and-white marble bathrooms and fluffy mattresses. The West Tower contains contemporary rooms with flat-panel TVs. World-class dining includes 10 award-winning restaurants, including Joel Robuchon, Craftsteak by Tom Colicchio and more. The hotel's five pools of the Wet Republic span more than six acres, while the lazy river appears to have no end in sight. The casino is, as one would expect, enormous. There is also the newly added Hakkasan Las Vegas, a five-level culinary and nightlife mecca that serves modern Cantonese cuisine. The MGM Grand has a convenient South Strip location in close proximity to The Crystals, a real-life retail fantasy. The MGM Grand also has its own stop on the Las Vegas Monorail. McCarran International Airport is two-and-a-half miles away. our guests rave about the "wonderful restaurants," the "convenient" Strip location and the "spacious" rooms at the "spectacular" MGM Grand.