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This Vegas Hotel Is Trying to Lure Remote Workers With Discounted Luxury Perks

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by Eben Diskin Aug 20, 2020

Vegas hotels are not as full as they would like to be, so popular Sin City properties are getting creative with ways to bring in guests. MGM Resorts is experimenting with a hotel/co-working space hybrid model, launching a new “Viva Las Office” package to entice remote workers to come stay at MGM with discounted hotel rooms and luxury perks. The hotel hopes to market itself as a fun, safe, work-from-home getaway for remote workers.

Atif Rafiq, president of Commercial and Growth for MGM resorts, said in a statement, “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. These packages are designed to offer the best of both worlds: a safe, spacious work setting while still allowing guests to enjoy the amenities and experiences Las Vegas is known for through a single offering.”

Packages include accommodation for as low as $133 per night, early check in, late check out, a $50 food and beverage credit, an “Executive Assistant” to help with your bookings, and $75 off the Hop-On fare with JSX private jet service from select cities. Higher-paying packages get even more perks, like private pool day passes and massages.

The promotion applies to midweek stays at the Bellagio and ARIA properties through the end of September.

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