Park MGM Peacock Suite Las Vegas Review

Park MGM Peacock Suite Las Vegas Review

The Park MGM (formerly Monte Carlo) is one of my favorite spots to stay in Vegas.  It has a great location, the rooms are relatively recently updated, prices are reasonable, and the entire property is smoke free.  Plus I can earn Hyatt elite qualifying nights with paid stays.  As an MGM Rewards Gold elite, I also don’t have to pay resort fees.

I prefer the NoMad Hotel located on the top floors, but the Park MGM is perfectly fine.

During my most recent stay, I booked a standard King room.  Upon check in, I asked if there were any upgrades available and was offered a Peacock Suite.  As it wasn’t a room type I had tried before, I said yes, despite the warning of only having a double size Murphy bed.

I was assigned room 5302 on the 5th floor.  It is located immediately off of the elevator, but I didn’t notice any noise issues.

While the size of the room is much larger than the standard rooms, it isn’t a true suite.

As you enter, there is a bar area to the left with stocked mini bar and coffee set up.  To the right is a closet with safe.

The rest of the room is just one large open space.  There is a connecting door to another room; I think the idea is that this would typically be used as a hospitality suite.

A sitting area faces a large wall mounted TV with external sound bar.  Along the window is a large booth type couch, two chairs and a dining table.

The bed is a Murphy bed that could be folded up if you were having an event in the suite.

The biggest problem I found is that the bed, because of the way it folds down, is about a foot away from the wall.  So you can’t prop yourself up against the wall and there is no headboard.

The window has booth a sheer curtain and a full black out curtain.  Both are powered with a switching on the wall.  I was surprised how dark the room was with the curtains closed; many rooms in Vegas don’t block out all the light.


The bathroom is set up as ADA accessible.  A single vanity sits under the mirror.  A toilet is off to the side with grab bars.

The shower is set up for wheel chairs; no curb to get over.  There are two shower heads – one wall mounted and one hand held.  Both can be on at the same time which I appreciate.

There is only a cloth shower curtained I found I had to put a towel down just past the curtain so as not to flood the rest of the bathroom.

Overall the room offers a lot more space than a standard room.  The ADA bathroom isn’t as nice as the standard bathrooms and the Murphy bed isn’t very comfortable.  While it is nice to have the added space, I don’t actually think that the average person would gain much from this.  It can really only be used by one person (because of the small bed); and most people staying by themselves don’t need a huge amount of space to spread out.

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