NATIONAL HARBOR, Md., (May 23, 2016) – MGM National Harbor has revealed the designs for its premier suite offerings at the $1.3 billion resort, set to open in the fourth quarter of 2016. Complementing the modern elegance of the resort, the suite designs – developed by Studio GAIA – draw inspiration from the forest and water elements native to the Maryland area and feature stunning views of the surrounding landscape.
“We spent a great deal of time conceptualizing our suite experience to ensure guests not only enjoy the level of luxury MGM Resorts offers at our properties worldwide, but also creates a seamless connection to our beautiful surroundings,” said MGM National Harbor General Manager Bill Boasberg. “I’m confident our guests will appreciate the thoughtful detail in every suite, including towering windows with amazing views of the Capital Region.”
The collection of 74 suites at MGM National Harbor will provide guests with an elevated experience at the luxury 308-room resort. Each suite, ranging in size from 588 to 3,210 square feet, will feature distinct location, size, layout and amenities, resulting in a unique guest experience specific to each suite type.
Upon arriving to their suite, guests will be greeted by a refreshing environment and dazzled by the natural light glistening through floor-to-ceiling windows. Functionality and clean lines are paired expertly with light-colored wood elements and warm earth tones to create a sophisticated, soothing feeling that embodies the overall architectural vision of MGM National Harbor.
Blending contemporary designs with natural materials, the resort’s stylish spaces will encourage guests to relax and connect with nature. Thoughtful artistic touches will be featured throughout the resort including its suites, showcasing distinctive pieces of artwork inspired by the historic Maryland and Washington, D.C. area, adding to the overall ambiance of the resort.
The bedroom in the Corner Suites connects to the living room through a sliding door and features a TV that appears to be floating.
Executive Suites: The 588-square-foot Executive Suite will serve as an extension of the standard guest room, offering a luxurious retreat reminiscent of the cozy feel of an old-world sailing yacht with wood millwork throughout. Customized lighting will allow guests to curate their own settings at the push of a button. An executive desk will provide an efficient workspace for those traveling on business while a separate seating area is ideal for hosting cocktails and conversation. A king-sized bed set into the wall will maximize the suite’s layout, while a spacious bathroom completes the elevated experience. The Executive Suite also will function as a connector to the opulent Chairman Suite and can be reserved in conjunction with the resort’s top suite offering.
King Suite: Measuring 797 square feet, the King Suite will be efficiently designed as an ADA-accessible space with open floor plans and thoughtful amenities. A soothing accent wall will highlight the main living room, while a streamlined bathroom design with an open shower will allow for easy movement throughout the space.
Corner Suites: With spectacular wraparound views, the 958-square-foot, one-bedroom Corner Suite will impress with a roomy layout and luxury apartment feel. Complete with a separate living room, integrated media center, sofa and large desk, the space will flow seamlessly to the bedroom through a sliding door, where guests will be pleasantly surprised to find a TV that appears to be floating in air.
Executive Corner Suites: Taking the suite offerings to the next level is the 1,465-square-foot Executive Corner Suite. In addition to a living room, couch and large desk, bonus amenities in this selection will include a traditional four-person dining area and an inviting plush round sofa in the bedroom – a great place to unwind and soak up stunning views of the Washington, D.C. skyline.
The living room in the Chairman Suite features a state-of-the-art TV and a floor-to-ceiling wood panel accent.
Capital Suites: High tech and high style converge in the one-bedroom, 1,536-square-foot Capital Suite. A grand entrance opens into the center of the expansive living room outfitted with an oversized sectional, 75″ HD LCD TV and floor-to-ceiling windows with vistas of the suite’s namesake. Off the palatial main space will be a small library and reading room in addition to a fully stocked bar and bonus powder room. On the opposite side, the swanky master bedroom will feature a window wall, clean designs and warm, calming color schemes.
Presidential Suite: At 2,462 square feet, the Presidential Suite will exude contemporary luxury with opulent amenities designed to entertain. A six-person dining table, bar and well-appointed seating area will allow for any type of social or business gathering while spacious bedrooms on each end of the suite will provide a relaxing retreat, complete with unique standalone oval tubs in each master bathroom. The all-glass wall offers a distinct view of the Potomac River, while a vibrant statement wall in the main living area sets an animated tone.
Chairman Suite: Upon entering the extravagant 3,210-square-foot, two-bedroom Chairman Suite via large double doors, guests will be welcomed with a remarkable glass façade that provides a stunning vantage point overlooking the nation’s capital and its monuments. A large living room with a state-of-the-art TV will be accented by an elegant, dark panel that runs from the floor to the ceiling, while the main room will flow into a kitchen, bar and full-size dining room. Acting as a focal point of the space, a light-hued wood wall will feature an abstract piece of art produced by a Maryland-based artist, infusing local culture into the design. Refined columns will accentuate the space, while the wood and warm color palette will produce a harmonious feeling throughout. Adjacent to one of the two bedrooms in the suite will be a secluded library and reading area, complete with a sectional couch, built-in desk and bookshelf. Guests will find the Chairman Suite’s hidden gem in the lavish master bathrooms, where standalone oval bathtubs are situated in front of floor-to-ceiling windows offering spectacular views in an intimate environment.
The Chairman Suite features a full-size dining room and bar with a wood wall accent and an abstract piece from a local artist.
Reflecting the resort’s commitment to sustainability and conservation, building materials will be primarily locally sourced, with particular emphasis on the beautiful, light-colored wood that is utilized significantly throughout all rooms and suites. Additionally, suites will be equipped with auto-adjusting temperature and lighting capabilities to save energy when guests are not present. Advanced technology will enable guests’ temperature and lighting preferences to be saved and activated as they enter and exit the room. Bathrooms will integrate sustainable features including custom, polished-chrome water-saving fixtures as well as LED lighting in the mirrors.
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology will be standard throughout all rooms and suites, enabling guests to conveniently stay connected to family, friends and business colleagues while on the road.
Reservations for rooms and suites at MGM National Harbor will be available on a date yet to be announced. For additional information and suite renderings, please visit the newly re-designed MGM National Harbor website, mgmnationalharbor.com.
Courtesy MGM Resorts International