Having fun has never been easier, and if the Mandarin Oriental in Las Vegas cannot convince you that you are in the heart of the greatest Asian luxury America has to offer, you are too skeptical. As environment goes, this hotel and resort has gone the distance to provide authenticity, not kitsch. Admire the complex geometric engravings that array every wall, and step into a room that is unique from any you have ever booked.
If 392 rooms are not enough to show you how serious Mandarin Oriental is about serving their guests, well, maybe their eleven varieties of rooms and suites will change your mind.
- Standard Room:
Think lower floors, with a king bed or two doubles.
- CityScape Room:
Think upper floors, great view, king or two double beds and a glass-encased bedroom.
- Strip View Room:
You will be looking out over Las Vegas Boulevard in a room like a CityScape.
- Mandarin Premier Room:
Is a walk-in wardrobe and contemporary décor too much to ask for? Not in these rooms.
You choose from the CityScape, Strip View, Dynasty, Apex, Taipan, Emperor or Mandarin. If you have the need and the want, an Emperor suite is a one-bed, specially-designed space complete with a dining room, personal fitness center and a kitchen. It has luxury beyond the competition.
Each step up the room tier you take provides you with new amenities. At the basic level you will have free Wi-Fi, spacious bathing facilities, a kitchenette, an LED television and a bed designed for comfort comas. Walk to the Emperor suite and you have everything you need to never leave your room, including room service. You might not be able to afford to skip this experience.
Dining at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
Vegas is retiring the number 23, because the Mandarin Oriental’s 23rd floor Twist by Pierre Gagnaire is hall-of-fame good. French-infusion cuisine bursts on your tongue and satisfies your appetite for the unknown. The Mozen Bistro, Tea Lounge and Mandarin Bar all provide guests with food that goes beyond nourishment. You can drink and dine for entertainment and well-being.
Fitness, Beauty, & Outdoor Fun
With all the eating you are bound to do, it is a good thing the hotel provides twenty-four hour access to a workout facility (in most suites). After a vigorous workout, you can enjoy The Spa. You have access to a steam room, Chinese Foot Spa, Hammam, an Ice Fountain and men’s and women’s saunas. There is more too, for you to explore when you need some relaxation.
Cheap Las Vegas hotels can give you access to the Strip, but the Mandarin Oriental has more. You float onto the Strip as you walk out the front lobby and glide along through the evening lights to the best entertainment and casino games anywhere. Personalized service makes this location a must-stay along the Strip.
Events & Business Facilities
Of the center strip Las Vegas hotels, none applies a theme to its stay so adequately. Every event you want to enjoy is either found within the resort or is just moments away on Las Vegas Boulevard. If you have business to attend to, the on-site business center has everything you will need to get the job done.
Wired and wireless Internet access throughout the hotel for up to five devices (excluding convention areas)
Fitness & Wellness Center access (2 passes daily) and scheduled yoga or Pilates classes (subject to availability)
Morning coffee or tea (from 6am–8am)
Unlimited in-room local and toll-free calls
Daily newspaper upon request
Overnight shoe shine services
Also known as
- Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas Hotel
- Hotel Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
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- Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas Las Vegas
- Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
- Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
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Only registered guests are allowed in the guestrooms.
Parking height restrictions apply.
The charges below are included in the total price displayed:
Valet parking costs USD 20.00 per night
Rollaway beds are available for USD 50.00 per day