I stayed at this hotel for just two nights in early March.
It was more than I was planning to spend per night, given the well priced plethora of choices in this market; however, as Mandarin is extremely expensive in their other locales, I thought I'd try the brand in Las Vegas.
The room, and particularly the bathroom, were quite large, and both were well appointed.
The bed was comfy with premium bedding apparent.
I was impressed with the 'valet closet' (in which you can receive 'deliveries' such as your boarding pass without being disturbed) and the automatic blind, temperature, etc, function controlled via the television.
I enjoyed the large tub with the provided scented bath salts. Another nice touch, not found in every luxury hotel, was the ambient music channels, complete with restful and crisply bright images (thanks to the HD t.v.) of forests and whatnot.
I did use the spa for the usual astronomically priced hotel massage, which was very nice.
I also took the afternoon tea, which included the usual scones with homemade jam and the delish clotted cream, and a beautiful assortment of small pastries and sandwiches (the most impressive of the latter was the egg mousse set in half of a shell-clever!)
The service, as befitting this luxury brand, was excellent.More