The incredible $450 million renovation and rebrand of the Monte Carlo Resort in Las Vegas is now complete and features two hotel properties – the luxury Park MGM, and the posh NoMad Las Vegas.
The massive transformation was quite challenging, as the construction team was tasked with renovating nearly 3,000 guest rooms, and all public spaces, while the hotel remained open and operational. Park MGM occupies a majority of the resort but both hotels have separate entrances and amenities for their guests.
Over 45,000 sqft of marble and granite was sourced and supplied for the project. The interiors, designed by Martin Brudnizki, are elegant and refined, with a bit of European flair. The lobby flooring features two Italian marbles with a creative geometric pattern created with water-jet technology. The same material, with a more simplistic design, is continued throughout the hotel corridors, meeting center, and ideation studio.
In conjunction with the interior renovations, the hardscape and entrance zones were also revitalized. New York-based landscape architect, !melk, designed the new porte cochères for both hotels. The entrance of Park MGM was created using six different stones, sourced from two different countries in a trendy chevron pattern. The paving design for NoMad features a mix of natural stones with a stunning medallion at the center.
Park MGM welcomed its first guests in May 2018 with a memorable grand opening.