November 7, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada
Vegas has gone glam with celebrity chef cuisine, couture shopping, and a new breed of extravagant hotels - and Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas offers this heightened level of luxury. A sophisticated, non-gaming sanctuary soaring 47 stories above the strip, this brand new hotel sits at the entrance to the recently opened CityCenter and is heralded for its unique design and upscale mix of tenants. Guests are greeted at the Sky Lobby, a spectacular space located on the 23rd floor. The private rooms are cocoons of modern indulgences that marry minimalist décor with high-tech conveniences. Individual control panels allow guests to easily and personally manage lighting, in-room climate, and entertainment systems - all with the touch of a button.
Dining and imbibing has never been sexier than from within this heavenly hideaway. MOzen Bistro, an all-day dining experience, is a celebration in Asian fare and global dishes. The hotel also features an elegant signature restaurant, while the boutique-style Mandarin Bar, whose windows frame the neon landscape, is a must-do after an evening on the town. There is a tea room as well as a street-level patisserie shop offering an array of grab and go gourmet items. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is an incredible two-level haven with 17 treatment rooms, and offers deeply therapeutic experiences. You can also stop by the cabana-laden swimming pool for a refreshing break from the action. For a new take on Vegas adventures, discover Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas.
Location of Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
Nearest Airport: LAS
Amenities for Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
- General Information
- 392 Guest Rooms
- Poolside Dining
- 3 Restaurants
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- Afternoon Tea
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Music & Movie Library
- Pool Cabanas
- Outdoor Whirlpools
- 2 Outdoor Pools
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- DVD Players
- iPod Docks
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Children's Menus
Reviews for Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
Lobby is on 23rd floor. How can the hotel not have power outlets next to the beds? I was shocked when I could not find any. I called the front desk and they confirmed. This is 2017 and no outlets near the beds. Did they miss this while planning? I dont get it.
ineedbooz - Chicago, Illinois
The entire staff at the pool was kind and welcoming especially Jessica! Jessica took care of us while we enjoyed the pool over our 3 night stay. Each day we relaxed at the pool and Jessica was warm, personable and happy to assist us with any request we had. The service was exceptional!
Catherine V - Columbus, Ohio
We just stayed one night before checking out a few other hotels on the strip. Itâ€™s in a good location. At first we found it a bit annoying you have to take two lifts to get to your room but actually itâ€™s a good thing as it stops anyone off the street wandering it. Gives it a more exclusive feel. The pool area is small but nice. Food around the pool was very good. Room wasnâ€™t as I imagined, wasnâ€™t that big. Ice by request not available on the floor. Had to wait over 40 minutes and several calls to get some while our champagne got warm waiting and we were heading out. Nice place for relaxing though and gym/steam in changing rooms is good and a plus it has no casino.
travelmonkeys7983 - Orlando, Florida
I booked our Cityscape Room ($390.00 + Canadian exchange rate) directly through M.O.'s Reservation Dept. with Lisa. Her sarcastic tone (I couldn't understand a question she was asking me) set the mood for how I would feel when we checked out of this hotel. We arrived in Las Vegas in the late evening on the night of the mass shooting at Mandalay Bay. Our stay was for five nights. On a positive note, all staff at the M.O. were very pleasant and accommodating. Loved the scent as you enter the lower lobby (smells like tangerine). The views from the Tea Lounge and Mandarin Bar are truly stunning. The pool area was so serene (very few people using it). A complimentary sedan takes guests along The Strip, between Wynn and Mandalay Bay hotels. However, two issues left me with a negative impression of the M.O.. Other TripAdvisor reviewers have written about both issues. The first issue was a smell similar to bacon being fried in our guest room which came from a ceiling air vent. This started on night three and continued for the remainder of our five night stay. Front desk supervisors/staff admitted this has been an on-going problem and engineers are having difficulties finding the exact cause and a solution; one staff mentioned they are aware of at least six complaints from guests in the past year. We were offered another room, but declined since there was no guarantee it wouldn't happen in that (or any other) room. A supervisor told me an engineer said they would "neutralize" the vents and the smell would disappear in a few minutes. I felt this was just an appeasing solution. The smell continued, so my husband placed a few hand towels and washcloths around the vent, which helped; we informed two supervisors of this. We were offered a "drink" at the bar; when I mentioned other guests complaints, we were upgraded to "something to eat"; when I then mentioned TripAdvisor reviews, we were further upgraded to "$100" at either the restaurant or bar. The second issued was the water in our guestroom. On our final night, we returned to our room after midnight. My husband took a shower and a couple of minutes later I was about to take one, but there was no water. I phoned the front desk and a supervisor informed me that there was a planned water outage and I should have received a letter of notification slipped under our door. We did not receive this letter. I cringe when I think of how I potentially could have been lathered in shampoo and soap, with no water to rinse off with! I was offered a guest room on another floor, which had water to shower in, but considering the time and how we had to be at the airport in the morning, I couldn't be bothered. Also to be noted, is that Cityscape Rooms have adjoining doors with their neighbours. Our room did not have a chain lock on the main door, nor a clock-radio or coffee maker, and no chocolates/gifts with the turn-down service. If these issues were occurring at a two-star hotel, I would just be shrugging my shoulders. Considering the M.O. is a "triple five-star property", I am shaking my head. Would I recommend this hotel? If you don't mind the risk of smelling bacon being fried in your bedroom or of having no water without notice, I say "Go for it"!
on-the-road-againX2 - ontario
We recently spent one night at the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas and found it to be the perfect place for us to stay. It is in a great location on 'the strip'. A short drive from the airport, right next to the Crystal Mall where all the top luxury shops are and a short walk to other top hotels like the Bellagio, etc. This hotel may not be for everyone as there is no casino here! That was a plus for us as it was nice to come back to the calm after walking around on the strip which is pure energy and chaos. The other hotels with casinos are massive and smoky and so I personally prefer to stay in a quieter hotel. The rooms are clean and beautiful and feel luxurious. We stayed in a room with a view of the strip, which I recommend!!
hlseigs - New York City, New York