Inside there's an additional 1,300 square feet spread out over two stories with a master bedroom and bathroom on the second floor, a junior bathroom on the first floor, separate living and dining areas, an oversized whirlpool tub and shower and hot amenities like multiple flat-screen HDTVs.
The MGM Grand also has unveiled a larger Skyline Marquee suite which has two private bedrooms and 1,500 square feet of space including a dining area for six but, alas, no terrace.
And, of course, with all high roller hotel suites, it will cost ya to stay here -- about $1,000 a night... during the week. (The Skyline Marquee is about $800 a night.) Hmpfh. Fine, we didn't want to stay there, anyway!
(PHOTO: MGM Grand on Facebook)