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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 dcor 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

Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South
89158
Las Vegas, Nevada

Nearest Airport: LAS

Amenities for Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

  • General Information
  • 392 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Room Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Bakery
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Music & Movie Library
  • Pool Cabanas
  • Outdoor Whirlpools
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • DVD Players
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Babysitting
  • Children's Menus
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Casinos
  • Nightlife
  • Interests
  • City
  • Family

Reviews for Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

I had to go to Vegas for work, and they put us up at the Mandarin Oriental, which is of course a high end chain. It was pretty great—huge rooms, huge bathrooms, welcoming and friendly service. Probably not in my budget if I am traveling on my own nickel, but actually a really great hotel. I was impressed.

943rons - New York City, New York


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

It’s a great space, no question, and staff are lovely but why can’t they cook Hallibut( over-cooked and rubbery) or Steak (under-seasoned and tough). Yes there were about 80 of us, business event, so quite far from private dining. But surely not beyond them.

Marianne C - Burnham, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 days ago

Walking into the Mandarin Oriental is like coming home for me. I will never forget the service I have received at the BKK location over the last 10 years and this place is no different. Pure luxury and amazing service...what else is there...

Valentino333888 - Paris, France


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

Really have toyed with whether or not to write a review on this hotel. Generally my reviews through TripAdvisor have all been positive, but I must say I was disappointed with the hotel. My husband and I were very excited to stay here after reading all the great reviews, but our experience fell short. Strike One. We went to check in around 1:45 pm. Room was not ready, (which was a bit of a surprise as I have never have had a problem checking into a hotel early before in Vegas, especially on a Thursday). In any case, after having to check back several times over the next 2 hours. We finally got into out room late afternoon. Room was nice- bathroom REALLY large & luxurious, great soaking tub. Strike Two- We received a call about 10 mins after we got into our room from the bell desk & they said they were bringing our bags up, but couldn’t find one. About 15 mins later, our bags arrived, MINUS one. My Husband described in detail our missing item & about 10 mins later, it arrived. Strike Three- We then went to grab a drink from the in room refrigerator, all items weren’t cold, fridge didn’t work. We called front desk & they brought up us COLD complementary drinks, which was nice, however about 30 mins later, we rec’d a knock at the door and it was maintenance with several workers looking to come into our room to install the fridge. We had not been notified they were going to do this and at this time we were in the middle of getting ready for a dinner meeting (which we were already running late to due to check in time delay, missing bag etc). The next few days were not anything that noteworthy. The overall service we received was average. This did not feel like a luxury hotel. The pool is basic, however there is an adult pool area and the hot tubs sits near the back of it so no kids anywhere in sight. Upon entering the pool area you check in with the attendants who escort you to your loungers. It was nice not having to roam the pool looking for 2 spots to lay. We enjoyed a few meals at the Mozen Bistro – both breakfast and lunch were good. The sushi there was exceptionally good- a bit pricey, but worth every penny. The service at the bistro was excellent, very attentive/ knowledgeable wait staff. I felt the set up and overall floorplan of the Mandarin Oriental was awkward- When you enter the hotel, the bottom ‘lobby’ is merely a façade; no hotel staff, there’s an unattended desk area, lobby has some couches & tables but that’s about it; you have to take the elevator all the way up to the 23rd floor to check in. We had to take the elevator from bottom lobby to the 23rd floor, exit, walk around to another elevator around the cover to go back down to a lower level floor where our room was located. The location of the hotel itself is right on the strip, but sits back a little bit, hidden from any passer-bys walking the strip. There is no grand entrance or appealing frontage on the hotel & it sits in what feels like an alleyway or parking lot entrance- it is odd. This non gaming, non smoking hotel seems to be best suited for business travelers or someone looking to be very discreet in a not so discreet town. This hotel was not for us.

JNJ4eva - Phoenix, Arizona


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

My husband and I booked a corner suite (2101) facing the LV strip so the views were pretty awesome. However, just note that because it is a corner room the shape of the room is like a skinny triangle so the living room area is not that roomy though the furniture and amenities were all tastefully and smartly configured. This was our 3rd stay at the Mandarin LV and the service, as usual, was superior without being fussy. If you have the time, schedule a spa service, you will not be disappointed (Tina was amazing). We did hear that the Mandarin LV is in the process of being sold (August) so we were thrilled that we got to stay at the Mandarin one more time before it changed ownership. Little sad too as the Mandarin was our hotel of choice when we visit LV - an oasis in the vegas chaos!!

shooshoohutton - Tenino, Washington


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