New level in entertainment for Maryland – MGM National Harbor
Hollywood, MD – In Southern Maryland, AGAIN this weekend with nothing to do? What about a casino night, elegant dinner out on the town or a night out at a sports bar?
The entertainment options have gotten better for Southern Marylanders. At 11 p.m., Dec. 8, MGM National Harbor officially opened the doors to the 23-acre resort in southern Prince George’s County off Route 210 (Indian Head Highway).
Just a hop, skip and an hour-long (give or take 30 minutes) car ride to a brand-new exciting world of nightlife, live entertainment, food and fun.
Whether you enjoy the slots or a game of poker – MGM has something for you. With a 125,000-square foot casino packed with slot machines, poker, and blackjack tables, the real players will not be disappointed. A total of 3,300 slot machines and 39 poker tables.
If you are looking to dine out this weekend, MGM National Harbor is the home of three new restaurants from celebrity chefs Marcus Saul Samuelsson, José Andrés and the Voltaggio brothers.
If you want to go hang out at their Tap Sports bar, it is a great place to watch football on Sunday. They have over 90 televisions for your viewing pleasure.
To calm weekend hunger pains, a bright Union Market-style food hall is also tucked away inside of this 24-story luxury hotel.
The hotel has 300 rooms in an expansive floor plan that will give guests lots of space.
The boutiques, luxury spa and salon add a nice touch to the venue.
For Southern Maryland residents, this could definitely be a new weekend get-away spot without having to be on the road for hours.
MGM National Harbor brings entertainment to a level Maryland has never seen before.
Contact Shertina Mack s.macka@TheBayNet.com.