Spent a weekend at this new hotel in Vegas' amazing City Center complex with my girlfriend for her birthday. Great customer service- they called me before my stay to ask if there was anything I needed, etc. Upon arrival to this hotel, which looks like a dull office highrise building from the outside, but on the inside is spectacular. Everything is new and modern with a hint of Asian flair. Had a nice big room with great views of the Strip. The entry had a hallway with a luggage area, which was great to stash all your clothes and suitcases, etc. The bathroom was huge, with a large white tub, separate shower area, and double sink with all the fixings. There was even a glass-mirrored TV that could play wave sounds, etc. There was semi-frosted glass that could be seen from the hallway. The bed was comfortable, though I got too hot with the typical down duvet, and had to replace it with a lighter blanket in a box. New iron and board is provided. The pillows were extremely large, and honestly not that great- huge industrial types that were not down. I like the pillows at the Vdara- amazing! There is a remote control at your bedside that looks like an iPad that controls just about anything in the room which is pretty cool. All the lights dim off, and you can even set a timer so that the curtains open automatically in the morning (and the TV plays wave sounds, etc). It might take a day to get used to all the light switches. Two other things: there is no coffee in the room (only tea), and the drawer safe was broken in the room I had. Oh, and the shower control is difficult to understand. The pool area was nice, but rather small. It was $185 to rent a cabana if you wanted to stay out of the sun. There is a little bistro restaurant that is way overpriced for breakfast (and they didn't even serve breakfast around noon on a Sat. morning, which is a pet peeve of mine, esp. in Vegas). I would go to Aria or even the Cosmo hotels, which both have great buffets! Tried the restaurant Twist... small, intimate dinner overlooking the Strip. Great steaks. Was celebrating a birthday dinner, and them in advance. All they really did was say 'happy birthday', which was fine. Overall, quite the nice room and beautifully decorated. Would definitely stay here again!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is one of only six triple Forbes Five-Star hotels in the United States and is the only hotel in Las Vegas with Five-Star recognition for the hotel, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire restaurant and The Spa. A sophisticated sanctuary of modern elegance prominently situated at the entrance of CityCenter, Mandarin Oriental has made its mark as the ultimate urban resort destination in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Designed entirely by interior designer Adam D. Tihany and architecture firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, Mandarin Oriental brings to Las Vegas a new standard of style with stunning suites, captivating architectural design, unique restaurant and bar venues, and the legendary hospitality of Mandarin Oriental. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas Hotel Las Vegas