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The Signature at MGM Grand is for those who want to be in Las Vegas but also enjoy an enclave free of the omnipresent clinking of slot machines and smell of cigar smoke. The MGM Grand has announced the July opening of its third 576-suite tower. The all-suite tower will complete The Signature at MGM Grand complex, which offers a totally non-gaming, non-smoking environment. The Signature Towers have pool complexes with private cabanas, Jacuzzi and bar areas. The towers are also home to a fitness center, retail shopping, lounges, restaurants and meeting rooms. The suites are junior, one-bedroom and two-bedroom suites with Strip and mountain views. The rooms are decorated in a muted and luxe palette of earth tones complemented by wood furnishings. Amenities include king beds with 300-thread-count Anichini sheets; marble and granite bathrooms with Jacuzzi-brand whirlpool tubs and June Jacobs' spa products; Sub-Zero, Miele and Bosch kitchenette appliances; ultra-thin LCD flat-screen, high-definition TVs; and high-speed Internet access with wireless capabilities. Rates begin at $200 for a junior suite; $300 for a one-bedroom suite; and $510 for a two-bedroom suite.