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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
This hotel is an elegant and sophisticated retreat from the garish glare of the Las Vegas strip. The service and facilities are exquisite. The attention to detail is top notch and the extra touches really elevate this hotel experience. Additional favorite features of mine include the fitness center, yoga classes, pool, bathtub and sky view lounge. Even the air smells incredible here! I may plan a trip back to Vegas just to stay again at this hotel!
dmvf2017 - Traverse City, Michigan
For the top hotel this is supposed to be it was disappointing. While some of the service staff was wonderful, we were surprised at the lack of service in the food and beverage areas. Bartender ignored us while he chatted with his friends. Hostess was unconcerned and lacked knowledge. Manager or hostess in the bistro was absolutely unprofessional and unhospitable. Plus, the common property, lobby, bar, tea room are completely run down. Furniture is dirty, scratched and basically worn out. Not what you would expect from a 5 star $500 a night hotel.
CassieinRSF - San Diego, California
Great stay at a classy hotel, very upscale and walking distance to the T Mobile Arena. The view at the bar couldn't be beat......oh yes it could, my room was right underneath it!! The pool is quiet and beautiful. Very well maintained.
johnfromjersey2018 - Springfield, New Jersey
The hotel has no casino, no shops, no shows and over priced restaurant. Definitely not worth the money. Much better options on the strip! No fril hotel that is quite run down and has poor service. TV in the room was not working. Could not get it fixed up until the last day. Called the engineer even he was unable to fix it. He did not fix it the next day either. Interiors are dated and run down. Bathroom is transparent. Including the toilet area and the shower. There is no privacy in the entire room!!! The interiors are reminiscent of China Town. Run down table and chair and fading veneers. Only reason for 2 stars is that they had a free yoga class everyday which was nice. And a small vegan menu for breakfast (grossly over priced)!
beachvacationer102 - New Haven, Connecticut
This establishment is a disgrace to the Mandarin Oriental brand. I had the extreme misfortune of staying here for a wedding over St. Patrick's Day weekend. Though we arrived at the hotel around 11am (4 adults, 2 rooms), and understood that our rooms wouldn't be available for check in until 1:30 - 2:00pm (a direct quote from a young man named Michael), I asked Michael if my husband and I could be checked in any earlier as I was pregnant and extremely tired after 6 hours of travel. Michael obliged me, but told me the room for my parents would not be ready until 1:30pm. Michael then took down my father's cell phone number and told him he would be called. I went to rest in my room. The room was well thought out spatially, but the mirror on the wall of windows was dirty and permanently stained. Additionally, there was industrial tape holding up the drapery. When I looked more closely beneath the drapery, there was chipped paint. I was tired, however, so I took a nap. When I woke up about an hour later, we rejoined my parents for lunch. We returned for lunch around 2:00pm. My parents approached the front desk and told them the hotel had not contacted them about their room. The young lady at the front desk was extremely abrasive, unprofessional and rude. She spoke to them shortly and said the room was not ready. When my father informed her that Michael, who was still working (and right next to the young lady), said the room would be ready by now, and technically, check-in was at 2:00pm, and he did not understand the delay, the young lady offered no solution. Additionally, Michael ignored the whole encounter and later disappeared into a door never to re-emerge during the whole encounter! My father reminded the young lady that I had been allowed into my room earlier and he did not understand what the hold up was. The young lady had the audacity to tell my father: "Well, why didn't your daughter give you the available room? There was only one available." How dare a supposed service professional blame her incompetence and the hotel's failure to honor its word/timing on a guest? My mother, only observant until that moment, was furious and replied that her daughter was pregnant and needed to rest. The young lady then purported to tell my father "There are rooms and there are ROOMS [emphasis]. We currently have no rooms for the rate you've booked." Please note that we booked these rooms under a wedding block at a discounted rate (note that this rate was still $300/night). The young lady implied that the priority went to guests who were paying full price and for suites, as apparently guests who paid at discounted rates deserved to be treated like crap for not having enough money to book a higher rated room. Did I mention the wedding was being held AT THE MANDARIN ORIENTAL? This was incredulous. My father called for a manager who then found him a "run of the house" room. When my father entered the room it was nearly 4:00pm (with a looming rehearsal dinner at 6:00pm). He was further outraged as the state of the room which was filthy, deplorable and completely rundown with chipping paint on the walls and stains throughout the room. When he called downstairs, he demanded to be switched to another room. This request was accommodated at 9:00pm that evening, well after the appointed check-in time of 2:00pm. Finally, the wedding itself was beautiful (because weddings are joyous occasions, usually), but the service at the Mandarin Oriental was 2 star at best. DO NOT GET MARRIED HERE. DO NOT SUBJECT YOUR GUESTS TO THIS LEVEL OF SERVICE. This is 2 star hotel AT BEST. Please stay elsewhere and do not give yourself the headache of this horrendous staff, unprofessional behavior and disgusting treatment. Also, the ballroom has a nice view, but that's about it. The food is beyond sub-par and completely under standard (but they will try to charge you at NYC rate per person). I am also sending this review to the Fine Hotels and Resorts Team, as I am a platinum AMEX cardholder and believe this hotel should be permanently removed from the inventory. It is a motel 6 without the charm. AVOID AVOID AVOID. Four Seasons Las Vegas for me, from here on out. NEVER AGAIN! Mandarin Oriental and staff should be ashamed of its treatment of its guests including this pretty pissed off pregnant woman and her senior citizen parents! Oh, and cherry on the cake: the wedding was for my sister. (CUE MORE OUTRAGE)