\’Tis the season to be jolly and MGM National Harbor International Resort is making the season more brighter for the people of Prince George\’s County, and beyond to occupy the 125,000 sq. ft space. With over 20 destinations, and much opposition many people are proud to be employees of the MGM National Harbor, all 4,000 to be exact. While 67 percent of the resort staff are minorities, moreover being able to work close to home is a blessing for many.
Perfect weather a Grandiose Occasion
It was a cold morning, moreover many people were looking forward to today and many of those not so favorable of MGM moving into the neighborhood, but Maryland is open for business says Gov. Larry Hogan at today\’s press conference. Being open for business has boosted the economy and with the $1.4 Billion dollar price tag, not sure if taxpayers are ready to chip in, nonetheless the doors of the MGM National Harbor International Resort are open. The resort is family friendly with much to see, eat, and do, but be sure to wear some comfortable shoes.
If your night at the casino didn\’t go as planned, no worries the luxurious rooms overlooking the Potomac will ease your mind so you get a good night\’s rest. This mornings drive to the resort from Wisconsin Ave was about 20 minutes or so, not much traffic and the atrocious smell is not so tough on your nostrils any more. Bear in mind on your drive to the resort, the MGM National Harbor International Resort is not a Las Vegas experience, resort chairman and CEO Jim Murren says \”it deserves special attention building an international destination, uniquely its own.\”
The staff at MGM National Harbor are very professional and pleasant, ready to make your stay at the resort a spectacular one, \’tis the season to be jolly.