Work from Vegas - Why not?
Las Vegas, Nevada - 7 August 2020 - As millions of employees continue to work from home for the foreseeable future, MGM Resorts International is unveiling a much-needed change of scenery with "Viva Las Office," the ultimate home-away-from-the-home office experience at Bellagio and ARIA.
With three tiered packages, "Viva Las Office" offers elevated amenities and benefits to fit every working traveler's needs. Whether looking for a three-, four- or five-night stay, guests can fully maximize their workdays with flexible check-in and check-out times and a dedicated Executive Assistant who will handle all reservations and experiences throughout their stay. And when it is time for a break, visitors can take advantage of a daily food and beverage credit and a discount to activities around the city including helicopter and jeep tours.
Guests who book any of the "Viva Las Office" packages also will receive special access to discounted airfare through JSX, the revolutionary hop-on jet service, providing working travelers with a seamless experience from wheels up to wheels down.
"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," said Atif Rafiq, President of Commercial and Growth for MGM Resorts. "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."
"Viva Las Office" requires a three-night stay minimum with packages starting at $100 per night.
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