Hotel32 at Monte Carlo Opens For Guests
The Monte Carlo has been teasing for a few months about a new boutique hotel located within the upper floors of the property. Today, Hotel32 officially is open for guests.
The name comes from the fact that the suites and amenities that comprise this new venture are centered around the Monte Carlo’s 32nd floor.
According to the press release, Hotel32 is a place “where everyone is a VIP” so the stay starts with limo pick-up at the airport.
Once at the hotel, your own personal “Suite Assistant” whisks you up to your room via a private express elevator with keycard access, where you can check-in within the confines of the room. These assistants also serve as personal concierges, arranging everything from dining reservations to custom itineraries.
Suite styles range from studio to 2-bedroom penthouses. Amenities include 12 pillow offerings, an in-room Nintendo Wii, hydrotherapy soaking tubs in the bathrooms, a tech-savvy workstation featuring free Wi-Fi and laptops for use upon request, iPod docking stations, and HDTV flat-screen plasma televisions. Select suites even have a Crestron remote system for one-touch control of the room’s drapes lights and electronics.
Guests of Hotel32 also have access to lounge32, a place where they grab refreshments, a cup of coffee or evening cocktails. And of course, they can utilize the rest of the Monte Carlo’s amentities.
Looking at the rate charts, suites start at $250 for not only weekday stays, but even select Friday and Saturday nights well into the fall. Closer towards winter, weekends seem to start in the $400-$500 range.
Now, I haven’t had a chance to personally review Hotel32, yet, but getting picked up by a limo and getting to skip the registration lines alone is enough to pique my attention. If the rooms and service live up to the hype, it may well be worth spending $250, even with today’s economic hard times, to book a stay in one of the suites.
Here are some photos of the different suites offered at Hotel32 [courtesy MGM Mirage]:
What do you think? Would you book a stay here?