MGM Resorts International has been recognised, once again, by the globally renowned Forbes Travel Guide with Five-Star awards for several hotels, spas and restaurants in Las Vegas and China.
MGM Resorts received 15 Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star awards with four new recognitions for MGM COTAI and MGM MACAU.
Forbes Five-Star Hotels
Newly recognised in 2022, Emerald Tower at MGM COTAI and Skylofts at MGM COTAI join the ranks of other MGM Resorts International Five-Star rated properties including the newly remodelled ARIA Sky Suites celebrating its 10th consecutive year earning this accolade; SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand and MGM MACAU.
Reserved for the most outstanding properties, Forbes Five-Star accommodations must provide an extraordinary stay with virtually flawless service and amazing facilities.
Forbes Five-Star Spas
The Spa at ARIA, the largest spa to be recognised, stays among the elite collection of Forbes Five-Star spas along with The Spa at Vdara and The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas. Additionally, Tria at MGM COTAI and Tria at MGM MACAU both earned Five-Star awards.
To be considered for this award, Forbes Five-Star spas must provide an extraordinary experience from the moment guests book an appointment. This includes impeccable guest service as well as ensuring all amenities and public areas are in pristine condition.
Forbes Five-Star Restaurants
New Five-Star restaurant ratings were awarded to Five Foot Road at MGM COTAI and Imperial Court at MGM MACAU. Continuing their excellence as Forbes Five-Star restaurants in Las Vegas are Joël Robuchon Restaurant at MGM Grand, and Le Cirque and Picasso, both at Bellagio. Joël Robuchon Restaurant has achieved a Five-Star rating for 16 consecutive years, with Le Cirque and Picasso each being recognized for six years.
Restaurants earning a Forbes Five-Star rating complete a rigorous evaluation and training process and must reach the highest levels of service, including exquisite food and presentation.