Escape to this elegant non-gaming oasis, with decor conceived by renowned designer Adam Tihany, and featuring sustainable, ecologically-sensitive designs at every turn. Guests arrive on the 23rd floor Sky Lobby, where they are greeted by expansive skyline views. This is also a fitting entry point to the hotel's extensive variety of dining venues, and the exhilarating Mandarin Bar. Throughout the hotel, guests will experience service that is gracious, sincere, and unobtrusive. Featuring 335 guest rooms, and 57 suites, each with sleek, contemporary designs and subtle oriental touches. Each room is furnished with luxury linens, a designer writing desk, and high-speed wireless Internet. A handheld device allows total control of the automated curtains, TV, stereo/DVD, climate control, and mood lighting. A spacious walk-in closet, in-room safe, and fully stocked personal bar with snacks and beverages, is also provided. The 27,000 sq ft Spa at Mandarin Oriental features an atmosphere inspired by 1930s Shanghai, ensuring the ultimate in relaxation and renewal. Guests can indulge in heat and water experiences, including a Rhassoul for women and Hammam for men, choose from an extensive treatment menu, or request a custom Time Ritual® program. The Spa features luxurious treatment rooms, including couples suites, each designed to be a serene, meditative space. The Fitness Center is equipped with a dedicated Pilates and Yoga Studio, and gymnasium. A sumptuous outdoor pool with discreet, private cabanas, and Butler service, completes the picture.Business Travelers will appreciate the fully-equipped Business Center, and the 7,650 sq ft Oriental Ballroom with dramatic city views. Three meeting spaces are enhanced with Bang & Olufsen sound systems. These features, combined with state-of-the-art technology, help ensure that Mandarin Oriental is the premiere business address in Las Vegas.
From $195.02 to $425.03
23 floors and 392 rooms