Concierge.com's insider take:
Ever wonder what it's like to live in a multimillion-dollar Tribeca loft? The spaces at MGM's SkyLofts feel as if they were converted from rough and industrial to modern and moneyed. The designer, Tony Chi, appealed to an international clientele by filling the 51 two-story lofts with a mix of modern furniture and artifacts, such as a bench culled from a pub in England. Guests are transferred to and from the airport in a Maybach limousine, then ride a private elevator to the lobby at the top of MGM Grand. The amenities are extravagant, too: a 24-hour butler who will put rose petals in your bath or program the room's iPod; a pillow menu; espresso machines; and custom business cards and stationery upon arrival. Some lofts have kitchens for those who want to upgrade from room service to chef service. Rack rates for three-bedrooms hover around $10,000, but these are most frequently occupied by comped high rollers. Before booking, ask yourself this: "Do I spend enough time in my room to justify countless menus and decisions? Will my demands to the concierge be outlandish enough?" If the answer is yes, then you will fall in love with this hotel.
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