A feature not altogether common on Vegas strip and very welcome for those who feel the need to escape Sin City’s crazy pace.
The hotel brand’s rule of existence is an understated luxury influenced by Asia and Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is its perfect execution. Very contemporary and hi-tech, the 392 rooms divide into one too many categories which we would simplify to – standards that vary in bed sizes and views, premier rooms which afford more space and offer different views and suites that will answer your dream of a perfect city chic apartment.
Good to Know
While here, make sure you visit the futuristically designed spa Serenity and truly relax by the series of pools or at a session of yoga followed by something more vigorous in the gym.
Unusually for Las Vegas, this hotel charges for parking and Wifi.
The elevated bar is a great place to start your evening, many original cocktail recipes brought to perfection by knowledgable barmen and luxe nibbles to get the tastebuds going.
392 rooms -Standard Rooms (on lower floors), Cityscape Rooms (9th-22nd floor), and Strip View Rooms (9th-22nd floor) come with with two double beds or a king bed, Mandarin Premium Rooms (4th-22nd floor), Junior Suites (4th-6th floor), Cityscape Suites (9th-19th floor), Strip View Suite (9th-22nd floor), and Dynasty, Apex, Taipan, Emperor, and Mandarin Suites sit between 21st and 22nd floor.
Top rooms – suites will answer many dreams but Mandarin Premier Rooms on the higher floors are a good alternative.
Prices start from around £150 a night, typically excluding full breakfast.Eat & Drink
There are a few dining option, as it is customary in Las Vegas hotels. The most prestigise is The Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, a Michelin-starred fare featuring only the best ingredients.
Less formal, MOzen Bistro is the breakfast spot as well as all-day diner also influenced by Asia. And there is Pool Café, an option for lighter breakfast or lunch.
The elevated bar is a great place to start your evening, many original cocktail recipes brought to perfection by knowledgable barmen and luxe nibbles to get the tastebuds going.Activities
The hotel has a superb fitness centre, a glass-wall studio that runs exercise and yoga classes to keep you in shape as well as a series of pools.Relaxation
The futuristically designed spa Serenity is where you can truly relax by the series of pools or with one of the specialised treatments.Essentials
Parking – available onsite at a charge.
Wifi – free throughout.
Room service – The full breakfast, included in your rates, can be served in your room free of charge and dinner can be ordered during restaurant opening hours.
Children – allowed with assistance provided.
Pets – allowed at a charge of $75.
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South