Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
Las Vegas, United States of America
At a Glance
Understated casino-free luxury in the heart of Las Vegas
Restaurant by three Michelin star chef Pierre Gagnaire
One of the best spas in North America
Enjoy a candlelit and “Strip” lit yoga session in the corner yoga studio, it’s surprisingly calmingAnna Bleasdale
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The Mandarin Oriental is somewhat of an anomaly in Las Vegas, being an understated luxury hotel that does not need to shout. Located in Las Vegas’ CityCenter complex on the Strip, the hotel glitters with chrome and glass, and everything from the beautifully planted bonsai gardens to the serene casino-free atmosphere and Asian flair, make this, by Vegas standards at least, almost a boutique hotel.
Rooms are fitted out with the latest touch-screen technology, and are Asian in design, with spacious bathrooms that include touches such as Frette bathrobes, TVs in the mirrors, and free-standing soaking tubs with privacy screens
The spa, with its evocation of 1930's Shanghai, is simply magnificent, and one of the few world spas to have received the coveted Forbes Five-Star award. Nearly thirty thousand square feet include 17 treatment rooms, a Chinese Foot Spa, relaxation lounges with views of Las Vegas Boulevard, steam rooms, experience showers, a hammam, a laconium, a vitality pool, ice fountain, ladies’ rhassoul, men’s sauna and spa boutique as well as gym and dedicated yoga studio. It’s safe to say you won’t lack for options.
For food and drink, there are six bars and restaurants, led by the fine Michelin dining at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, where you can enjoy California wagyu beef fillet or oven-baked scallop tart. Try nouveau Japanese cuisine at MoZen, or snacks and grills at the Poolside Café. With stunning panoramic views, cool cocktails and a lively atmosphere, the Mandarin Bar is a very chic scene to mix and mingle above it all.
Children are looked after extremely well, receiving a welcome gift, children's bath robes, bath toys, playpens, Kids' DVD and video library, children's menus and Sony PlayStation consoles with games. Of course it is easy to arrange babysitting too.
Adults in touch with their inner child will also find Las Vegas intoxicating. Once the sun goes down, take a stroll along The Strip, which comes alive with millions of lights, dancing fountains, volcanoes, pirate ships and the Eiffel Tower - all on one street; while there also superb shows from the permanent Cirque du Soleil to incredible rock extravaganzas and sports events. You can also be out in the desert within 30-minutes for a whole world of outdoor adventures, or take a flight over the Grand Canyon.
When you’re ready to call it a day (or night), the Mandarin Oriental provides the perfect retreat to recharge in sophisticated luxury before heading out for more Vegas-style fun.
The 392 rooms and suites at the Mandarin Oriental offer a totally luxurious retreat, designed by Adam D Tihany, featuring sleek and contemporary design with subtle oriental tones.
|Mandarin Premier Room||
Presenting guests with a seductive mix of luxury and comfort, these are the hotels most spacious rooms, offering views over the visionary architecture of CityCenter and the bright lights of The Strip. Stunningly designed in a smart, neutral palette, the serene open-plan design is complemented by a range of soft furnishings including armchairs, foot stools and occasional tables. Touches such as 480-thread count linen and fresh flowers add to your enjoyment. A large bathroom with walk-in shower and deep-soaking tub sets the scene for relaxation, while a walk-in closet provides plenty of space for your suitcases and shopping.
|Strip View Suite||
These suites are located on floors 9 to 22 and boast incredible views of the strip as their name suggests. With 765 sq ft of space, this suite includes a king-size bed, sitting room, private bar, deep soaking tub, walk-in shower and 42 inch TV. The decor in the suite is one of sophistication and opulence, armchairs piled with silk cushions and elegant dark wood furniture.
With views across the city center, these suites offer a spacious haven (1,040 sq ft) on floors 9 to 19 with stylish furnishings and floor-to-ceiling windows. A large bedroom and bathroom, sitting room and elegant accents of browns and creams make this suite a comfortable and chic place to relax away from the buzz of the strip.
These suites are located on the higher floors of the hotel, hence their name. Two glass walls meet in the bedroom providing an incredible 270 degree panoramic view while a glass enclosed bathroom continues the theme with a luxurious stand-alone tub and walk-in shower. A private dining area, bar and pantry make this 1,700 sq ft suite a great option for entertaining especially with the option of connecting to another room to create a two-bedroom suite.
One of the hotel's signature suites, the Dynasty Suite is located on floors 20 to 22 offering beautiful sunrise views and 1,625 sq ft of residence divided into a bedroom, dining area, full bar, butler pantry and vast bathroom with walk-in shower and deep soaking tub. The suite has a distinct Asian feel to it with dark wood floors, Japenese artifacts and an elegant brown, cream and gold palette.
With the option of a king-sized bed or two double beds, these rooms are located in floors 4 to 6 and 9 and measure 500 sq ft. With a sophisticated interior and views of the city this room is a calming and contemporary option with stand alone bath and walk-in shower and system that controls the curtains, lighting, entertainment and room temperature.
From a corner location on floors 4 to 6 and a spacious 850 sq ft, the Junior Suites have city and porte cochère views and benefit from a living room and bedroom, king-sized bed and luxurious bathroom with double sink, bathtub and walk-in shower.
The largest one-bedroom suite in the hotel, the Emperor Suite is located on the 21st floor and is 3,000 sq ft of luxury living space with amazing views of Las Vegas. Using the typical Oriental accents, a black and white theme makes the suite feel all the more chic. A great space for entertaining, the suite boasts an open plan kitchen, sitting room, dining room, bar, media room with space to screen for eight guests, Technogym equipment, central control system and the option of a connecting room in addition to the suite's king-sized bed.
The Taipan Suite is a two-bedroom suite measuring 3,100 sq ft and located on the 20th floor with views of the boulevard and city center. The suite in decorated using a palette of browns, creams, reds and golds with dark furniture, silk cushions, Asian artifacts and designed by Adam D. Tihany, a world class interior specialist. The suite has a private dining room for eight, kitchen with butler entrance, study, powder room, living room, bar, fitness area and two king-sized beds. There is also the option of connecting to a Mandarin Premier Room for more space.
This 3,100 sq ft suite on the 22nd floor of the hotel has a king-sized bed and two double beds and impressive strip-views from floor-to-ceiling windows. A blend of Art-Deco and Oriental design via elegant and luxurious furnishings this suite includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Exploring the suite you will discover a spacious living room, study, dining area, cocktail bar, striking sunken bath in the main bathroom with city views and state-of-the-art fitness area.
Children are very welcome at the Mandarin Oriental. Upon check-in, they are greeted with a welcome gift and younger children are also provided with children's-sized bath robes. Additional children’s amenities available on request include cots with baby amenities, bath toys, prams, playpens, kids' DVD and video library, Sony PlayStation 3 consoles with games and a certified babysitting service (with a 24 hour notice request).
Found on the 23rd floor Sky Lobby, the Mandarin Bar, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire restaurant and the Tea Lounge all offer you fabulous expansive views of the Las Vegas skyline along with gourmet dining. Moving further down on the 8th floor you'll find the Pool Cafe, offering slightly lighter fare and specialty cocktails, and lastly on the third floor the Mozen Bistro showcases a sensational sushi bar, spicy Indian delicacies and tantalising Thai dishes.
In addition to the fantastic choice of gourmet dining facilities, also on offer are the world renowned therapies at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, a first class fitness center and yoga studio, and for all your hair, beauty and nail needs there's The Salon at Mandarin Oriental.
Located on the eighth floor along with the Pool Cafe the Pool Deck boasts two lap pools, a Jacuzzi and a plunge pool. Accompanied children are welcome and there is also a designated quiet area for guests over the age of 21 (The pool is open mid-March through to the end of October).
Naturally, gaming enthusiasts have a world of choice at their door along the strip, but if you want more than to just stroll the strip, there are also spectacular international shows to catch, first class restaurants by celebrity chefs to feast at, and the vast Nevada desert to explore for nature lovers and adventurers.
You can also be out in the desert within 30-minutes for a whole world of outdoor adventures, and driving out to Death Valley (on the Hwy 160, approx 2-hours 30-minutes) to explore the barren and harsh landscapes from the comfort of an air-conditioned car. Driving by sand dunes, craters and giant desert boulders and spotting desert wildlife make for a memorable day-trip. In the height of the summer, air-con is a must with temperatures reaching 49 degrees and its best to set off early. Entry to the park is $20 per car for a 7-day pass.
Location & Directions
Las Vegas, United States of America
Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is located in CityCenter, a massive urban mixed-use complex situated on the Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada.
When to go
Las Vegas has a desert climate with cool winters and extremely hot summers. The most pleasant seasons are spring and fall, especially if you want to experience the great outdoors.
Weekdays are slightly less crowded than weekends. Vacations are always a mob scene and come accompanied by high hotel prices. Hotel prices also skyrocket when big conventions and special events are taking place. The slowest times of year are June, July, and August; the week before Christmas; and the week after New Year's.