I am not sure there is anywhere else in the world you could stay a night at a Mandarin Oriental for less than $200. I didn’t feel the service was compromised one bit because of the lower Vegas rate. we were celebrating an anniversary and everyone we met that knew who we were said ‘Happy Anniversary’ and they provided a beautiful amenity with anniversary wishes and champagne. Every staff member we met was amazingly friendly and helpful.
The hotel is totally tucked away, even though it is right on the strip. You take a small side set of stairs to the main entrance. Many have mentioned that the lack of a casino was a real bonus and made the property very quiet. I agree- it made the property quiet and for me it was almost *too* quiet.
Even though we were upgraded, I found the room to be pretty small. I found the whole elevator things strange – we had to switch elevators to get to our room and to leave. The fact that we couldn’t just take one elevator ride was a small annoyance.
For some, this hotel is probably a perfect fit. For me, I prefer to be a little more in the middle of the action so I preferred my stays at the Bellagio and Caesars more.
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 has only 392 guest rooms for a more intimate boutique feel than other Strip hotels.
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.