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Check out a photo of The Signature at MGM Grand. Take a good, long, hard gander at it. This is what a sophisticated Vegas getaway looks like.Soaring 38 stories high, these three graceful towers stand like giant gold exclamation marks near the massive 5,044-room MGM Grand.However, The Signature isn't the kind of place that lingers in the shadow of a megaresort. Showcasing its own bold style, it offers a vacation experience to be envied.Of course, if you stay in any of The Signature's three identical towers, you'll have access to all of the nonstop excitement and entertainment at MGM Grand...just with a little breathing room.It typically takes less than 10 minutes to walk from the farthest Signature tower to MGM Grand. The towers are all linked together and connected to the mega resort via moving walkways.But we digress...let's get back to what can you expect while at The Signature.It's a nongaming, nonsmoking, all-suite resort. That means there'll be no noisy slot machines and no clouds of smoke hovering about. And the staff will bend over backwards to assist you.The accommodations are condo-style with either one or two bedrooms and small kitchens. Most of the suites offer private balconies. You'll have incredible views of either the Las Vegas Strip or the surrounding valley (and from some suites you can actually watch the planes take off and land at McCarran International Airport).Each tower has its own heated outdoor pool -- and as a guest of The Signature, you can swim at the Grand Pool too. You'll find a gift shop, a Starbucks and The Lounge, a swanky place to enjoy a glass of wine or a cocktail, in the first tower. The first and third towers contain fitness centers. The second tower is home to a deli called Delights that serves a lot more than sandwiches (you can get a good skillet scramble for breakfast or one of several different pastas for dinner).Then again, The Signature boasts such an incredible in-suite dining menu, you may not want to go out to eat. Available around the clock, it features items for breakfast, lunch and dinner, appetizers, snacks and desserts as well as bar selections. You can even request a box of handmade chocolate truffles or an artisan cheese spread be delivered.And, as mentioned earlier, anything that The Signature doesn't have, MGM Grand does. With the additional dining, entertainment, nightlife and shopping opportunities just a short stroll away, The Signature offers the best of two worlds: luxurious accommodations fit for a VIP combined with all the action of Sin City. This a place to stay that doesn't feel like Vegas, except when you want it to.
 
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Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
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Casino 
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fromOlympia, WA
Age:25 to 34
Gender:Female
Travel Purpose:Wedding
Travel Companions:Spouse
Purchase Frequency:Once a year
Star Rating Accuracy:Perfect
Gambler:Yes
Game:Video Poker
Yes, I recommend this product.
The only hotel I ever want to stay in.
PostedDecember 22, 2012
I loved this hotel, it was fantastic. We stayed here during our Vegas elopement. It is much nicer than the casino hotels and just feels cleaner and classier. The MGM is easily accessible via the moving walkway but there is no casino in the actual hotel. The clientele seems to be of a higher caliber and the customer service is great. I plan to stay here again next time I'm in Vegas. If you want to stay in a nice place, this is a great choice. Honestly, the rooms are so great you may not want to even leave. Perfect for couples or a classy getaway with friends.
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Vegas is full of gems that aren't really hidden so much as waiting to be discovered. Down a hall in Mandalay Bay, or through a door in the parking structure, you'll discover the Delano – a sophisticated and elegant accent to the wanton world of the Las Vegas Strip.From Mandalay Bay, pass the MJ One Theater and the elevator to the famous Mix restaurant and lounge. From the valet entrance, move through the large, wood-slatted gate and in between the massive divided boulder that graces the entryway. Either way will lead you to a sight you won't soon forget.The first thing you'll likely notice is the minimalist nature-inspired décor. Many Strip hotels opt for glamour and prestige, but most demand constant traffic that can detract from the decadence. Give yourself a moment to adjust to the beauty and you'll realize two facts quite quickly: Delano has no gaming to distract you and no smoking to choke you up. (Yes, Delano is a rare breed in Vegas, a non-smoking resort.) All of this creates a property that doesn't scream class, it whispers it politely and with style.Whether you're checking in or just checking out the space, you can get your morning coffee and muffin at 3940 Coffee + Tea, the eatery that's open from the morning until early evening. Two items not to be missed are the croissant/donut and the Nutella and raspberry crêpes. If you're looking for something a bit stiffer, just take a few steps to the other side of the lobby.Franklin, Delano's signature lobby bar, has a warmth that can be hard to find in Sin City – not counting the outdoor heat of course. The fireplace brings that warmth more literally, but the intimate back room, and wide open bar area, each with just the right amount of dimness and charm, make the whole space feel like a hot little hideaway that's still right in the middle of an exquisite lobby – perfect for anyone wanting to get cozy while still being seen. And when the hour gets late, a DJ appears and turns the space into a quasi-club that hits all the right notes.An unforgettable culinary and nightlife experience reigns at Mix restaurant and lounge, set atop the Delano Las Vegas and featuring views that make angels jealous. Internationally acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse created its nouveau French menu, which includes classic Franco-American dishes with global accents, like the seared duck foie gras, lobster Caesar salad and pepper-crusted bison tenderloin. When you're ready to pamper your whole sensual self, the Bathhouse Spa has 12 treatment rooms, exotic baths, pools of varying temperatures and a sultry waterfall. Massages, facials and body wraps are offered. And showcased on the menu is a collection of "Global Journeys," exquisite rituals from far-off places like India and other countries you don’t need to travel to for the experience of a lifetime.As a guest of Delano, you'll also have access to everything Mandalay Bay has to offer from the theaters to the casino to the convention center. Plus, afternoons can be spent soaking up the sun and scoping out the scene at Mandalay Bay Beach, an 11-acre paradise-like pool complex, Moorea Beach Club or Daylight Beach Club. Delano Las Vegas is also within walking distance of a premium retail complex (The Shoppes at Mandalay Place), a diverse collection of trendy restaurants and bars (from Fleur by Hubert Keller and RM Seafood by Rick Moonen to Eyecandy and the House of Blues) and a number of major tourist attractions (Shark Reef).With a lobby that feels like an art house and model studio that just happens to have a coffee shop and bar, and an atmosphere that treats you less like a guest and more like royalty on holiday from responsibility, Delano is one of the sweet spots in Vegas to indulge in luxury while embracing the serene. 
 

How far of a walk the casino?

I will be staying here soon and just want to know if the walk to the main Mandalay Bay building is long or not?
It's walkable from the front of MGM, they even have the same monorail stop. You could also take the tram from walking to Excalibur which we didn't know about until trying to leave Mandalay Bay. When we were done there, we hopped the tram back to the Excalibur which we felt shortened the walking trip.
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