We stayed the second time in the mandarin in Vegas – and it was gorgeous – again.
Starting with a personal greeting and note from the general manager – everything was perfect and just like you would expect by staying in the mandarin.
The pool is small, but for a refreshment it is sufficient and you get a lot of shade and privacy if you stay in one of the booths!
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, Nevada
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Featuring heated lap pools, luxurious rooms with plush beds and 42-inch LCD TVs, and a “sky lobby” with spectacular views, the smoke-free Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas pampers our guests in serene Asian style. The non-gaming Mandarin Oriental is housed in the first 23 floors of a 47-story building, with only 392 guestrooms for a more intimate boutique feel than other Strip hotels.
“Wow” is what you’ll say to the superb views from the 23rd floor “sky lobby.” The sumptuous but understated rooms feature views of the city/mountains or Strip. You’re probably never going to fall asleep on something as dreamy as the beds with 480-thread-count Egyptian-cotton linens and pillowtop mattresses.
It’s non-stop high tech, with 42-inch LCD TVs, DVD players, CD players, iPod docks, and best of all, bedside electronic control of lights, temperature, entertainment, and draperies. Retreat to the lavish outdoor deck for a view of the city, a swim in one of two heated lap pools, a soak in a spa tub, or a plunge in the plunge pool.
The Mandarin is right on the Strip in the ravishing City Center complex, which also includes Aria and the luxury Crystals shops.