MGM Springfield Now Accepting Room Reservations

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Jul/02/2018

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Reservations are now open for rooms and suites at MGM Springfield—opening August 24, 2018. The first gaming resort in Massachusetts, MGM Springfield will introduce parent company MGM Resorts’ signature upscale lodging, celebrated chef restaurants, A-list entertainment, high-energy lounges and an expansive casino floor to New England.


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“August 24 will be a very special day when we finally open our doors and welcome everyone to enjoy the incredible experiences we’ve been planning,” said MGM Springfield General Manager Alex Dixon. “We’ve worked hard to curate a spectacular destination and build a hospitality team of 3,000 industry professionals to deliver unrivaled service.”

The whimsical collection of accommodations—unique to MGM Resorts’ portfolio—features 252 rooms, including 16 suites. Visitors will enjoy glimpses of Springfield’s history within the rooms, such as historical building façades framing the windows; reclaimed wood tables made from trees on the former Bliss Street in the Garden and Spa Suites; and a custom chandelier made of vintage hats, inspired by Dr. Seuss in the Presidential Suite.

Nightly room and suite rates start at $219. For room reservations, call (413) 273-5000 or visit MGMSpringfield.com

Located just 80 miles west of Boston with immediate access to Interstate 91 and the Mass. Pike, as well as nearby Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Conn. and the Amtrak-serviced Union Station, MGM Springfield is well connected and will be easily accessible to local and global travelers.

For more information, visit the MGM Springfield Newsroom or mgmspringfield.com 

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