MGM Resorts Launches 'Work From Vegas' Packages
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MGM Resorts Launches 'Work From Vegas' Packages

Las Vegas , United States , news
Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Aug 10, 2020

MGM Resorts wants to bring people who are tired of working from their at-home office to Las Vegas. 

The casino-resort company recently announced a new package called “Viva Las Office,” designed to give those working from home the ultimate home-away-from-the-home office experience. 

The reason for the campaign is to bring in visitors to work during the days in hotel rooms and spend the evenings at the resorts’ casinos, restaurants or otherwise just relaxing away from home.

“Via Las Office” would also help boost MGM Resorts hotel, which reported a second-quarter operating loss of $1 billion, compared to $371 million in income in the second quarter of last year, as reported in the Real Deal.

Guests can choose between packages that will allow them to stay at the Bellagio or Aria. And if guests decide to book a package with either resort, they will receive a discount on a JSX round-trip and flexible check-in and check-out times. 

“We understand that working from home every day can become taxing and monotonous, and we are excited to offer a safe and curated experience here at Bellagio and ARIA that combines work and play,” Atif Rafiq, MGM’s president of commercial and growth, said in a statement. 

Also included in the packages is an executive assistant to coordinate details as needed during their visit and credits for food and drink.

Poolside massage are included in the premium packages. 

Three-night packages start at $126.33 per night, not including resort fees and applicable taxes.