NATIONAL HARBOR, MD. - Offering a taste of the striking interiors to come within the $1.3 billion resort, MGM National Harbor unveiled the design of its luxurious guest rooms. Taking inspiration from the nation's capital, MGM National Harbor embraces a thoughtful design approach while catering to the modern expectations of today's discerning travelers.
"The room designs are just the first peek into the incredible collection of amenities we've curated to create an unparalleled experience for locals and visitors from around the world," said MGM National Harbor General Manager Bill Boasberg. "In an area steeped in tradition, MGM National Harbor will honor the region's legacy through its design elements while creating a sophisticated resort experience."
The architectural vision of MGM National Harbor embodies a contemporary, bold and progressive design achieved by seamlessly integrating natural materials to create simple, yet elegant, spaces.
GUEST ROOMS: A Luxurious Retreat
As they enter their 400-square-foot retreat, guests will be greeted by a serene setting that blends the resort's surrounding geography with comfortable, functional design.
Featuring light-colored woods and monochromatic earth tones, the rooms, designed by Studio GAIA, will invite the outside in to create a streamlined and refreshing environment.
Floor-to-ceiling windows will immediately seduce guests with natural light and breathtaking views of the city's landscape. The spacious guest rooms will be stylish and refined with meticulous attention to detail throughout every corner of the space, from the stunning floor-to-ceiling millwork throughout the room to the functional desk space and comfortable seating area along the window wall.
In keeping with the resort's conservation-minded approach, motion sensors in each room will automatically adjust temperature and lighting to save energy when guests are not present. Advanced technology in all rooms will remember guests' temperature and lighting settings when exiting the room and resume those settings upon their return. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technology will be standard throughout all rooms, enabling guests to conveniently stay connected to family, friends and business colleagues while on the road.
Each elegantly appointed guest bath will feature floor-to-ceiling millwork similar to that of a yacht's interior, while dual vanity sinks will be set within a dramatic polished black countertop.
Creating a sensual shadow play between the bathroom and bedroom, the shower will become a focal feature as it radiates a subtle opaque white light. Guest bathrooms will integrate sustainable features including LED lighting in the oversized mirrors as well as custom polished chrome low-flow, water-saving fixtures.
Thoughtful artistic touches will be featured throughout the resort and in the guest rooms.
Just outside each bathroom, a distinctive piece of artwork inspired by the historic Washington, D.C. region will add to the overall ambiance of the room.
In addition to 234 standard guest rooms, MGM National Harbor will offer a premier selection of 74 suites ranging in size from 600 – 2,000 square feet, up to the luxurious 3,600-square-foot Presidential Suite.
The newest addition to the MGM Resorts International family, MGM National Harbor is located on the eastern shore of the Potomac River in Maryland. The resort, scheduled to open in the second half of 2016, sits a short distance from Washington, D.C. to the north and historic sites, including George Washington's Mount Vernon estate across the river in Virginia.
The 24-story, 308-room resort is expected to feature premier amenities and experiences for locals as well as visitors from around the world including a dynamic casino with over 125,000 square feet of space featuring slots, table games and poker; a world-class spa and salon; an entertainment theater with 3,000 transformable seats; 18,000 square feet of high-end branded retail; 27,000 square feet of meeting space; and restaurants from renowned local and national chefs.
MGM National Harbor is being designed and built to achieve the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Design (LEED) Gold certification. Every element throughout the resort's interior and exterior architecture was designed with sustainability in mind, including extensive use of natural light, LED lighting and water-saving fixtures.