Bringing the first luxury gaming resort experience to the US Capital Region, MGM National Harbor will make its highly anticipated debut on Thursday, December 8.
[dropcap]L[/dropcap]ocated just minutes from Washington D.C. on the banks of the Potomac Riverin Maryland, MGM Resorts International’s $1.4bn (E1.2bn) luxury destination will feature more than 125,000sq.ft of casino space, including poker, a variety of table games and more than 3,300 slot machines.
Surrounded by the lush woodlands and rolling riverscape of Prince George’s County, with sweeping views of the capital’s iconic monuments, MGM National Harbor aims to be a destination distinct to its setting, with contemporary and bold architecture and design inspired by the historical region.
The resort will include 308 hotel rooms and suites starting from $399 (E355) per night, 18,000sq.ft of retail space, a range of luxury dining options, 3,000-seat theatre, spa and a 50,000sq.ft conference area.
“After years of planning, designing and developing, we are thrilled that the moment is almost upon us to share this very special resort with the community and visitors from around the world,” said Lorenzo Creighton, president of MGM National Harbor.
After years of planning, designing and developing, we are thrilled that the moment is almost upon us to share this very special resort with the community and visitors from around the world
“We are grateful to Prince George’s County, the state of Maryland and all of the local designers, artisans and businesses that have collaborated with us to deliver this international resort with very local roots.”
Bill Boasberg, the resort’s general manager, added: “On December 8, MGM National Harbor will introduce something unprecedented to one of the country’s most popular travel destinations.
“Under one roof, guests will enjoy a sophisticated hotel experience, high-energy casino, celebrity-chef restaurants, world-class entertainment, nightlife, destination spa, upscale retail and curated art, complemented by incredible panoramas of D.C., Maryland and Virginia.”