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I stayed here as part of a conference which are held here regularly. The hotel is large and this means a lot of walking. Someone said in a week that they walked over 30 miles which seems like a lot to me but I suspect possible especially if you want to leave the Mandalay Bay which of course they don't want you to do. It is at the south end of the strip and many of the casinos and attractions are a long ways away. There is a tram that connects to Luxor and Excalibur but anywhere else requires a cab, bus or equivalent. There are a variety of room styles and I have stayed in suites and normal rooms. Your booking determines which you get and whether you have a strip view. The rooms have typical amenities but watch out for minibar, if you move anything, it charges. The wifi was not good in my room and my colleagues reported the same thing in theirs. I connected via a cable and that was fine. Restaurants were abundant but prices were high. In the connected shops section, there were some additional ones. Others were farther away. Gambling had the typical options and payouts varied as always.
Mandalay Bay is a lovely "all in" hotel. The hotel was set up nicely so you can move from one thing to another without a huge walk like some other hotels. The spa was amazing as well. Pools are beautifully kept (waitress service not the best) but lovely pools if you aren't into the wave pool or lazy river.The rooms are nicely appointed and spacious. The only thing that really turned me off was that they charge $4.50 for a coffee in the room, So if you both have coffee its $9. I know its a minor issue but it really bugged me when you are paying a lot for the room I found this really ridiculous and its not even Starbucks or fancy coffee.The other issue we had was at check in. We landed at 10pm (1am EST) and were exhausted and just wanted our room. The line was huge because their card making machine broke. We did mobile check in and after two hours hadn't heard anything. SO we went back to the desk at 12:30 am (now 3:30 EST) and the line was STILL HUGE. I went to Mobile line and explained how long we had been waiting. There was no apology or explanation as to why we hadn't received anything from the mobile site but we got our room FINALLY. I would have expected a free coffee at least or a voucher for breakfast or something for the inconvenience but nothing. Third issue we had was the young Spring Breakers. Hotel was FULL of underage drinking going on. Tons of kids moving cases of beer in coolers, and then in halls drinking and making noise all hours of the night. Revelers also took over the pool making us move to smaller pool. Not a big deal but for couples looking for a relaxing quiet time this might not be the hotel for you. All that aside, i would recommend this hotel just not at Spring Break time. :)
Rooms can be over $300 dollars a night but you can find deals on booking.comWas contacted via email the day before to check in and got an email when my room was ready then avoided the long checkin line but using the "mobile check-in line" it was quick and painless. Free WIFI, parking $10 dollars a day self park and $15-18 for Valet parking. Plenty of restaurants and home of the Michael Jackson cirque du soleil show. Comfortable large rooms and bathroom with shower and separate tub. Safety deposit box in the room. Late checkout free til 12pm when requested or $10 dollars until 1pm or $35 until 3pm.Tram and plenty of shops available. Starbucks in the lobby. Wave pool, lazy river and beach area open from 0800-6pm during the spring.
The resort is absolutely stunning! The smell when you walk in the front door is clean, refreshing, and welcoming. Admittedly we did get a little lost because it is an extremely expansive hotel. Staff is polite and professional, everything you would expect from a resort of this caliber. We will definitely stay here on our next trip to Las Vegas!
We stayed overnight with 7 kids and had a blast. Booked a panoramic suite and additional room. The renovation of the rooms and interiors was really well done and rooms are spacious and well appointed. Everyone was very helpful from front desk staff to room reservations to the lifeguards and servers at the pool. The pool is definitely a key reason to stay here-many different pools to choose from, the lazy river, the wave pool, hot tubs, etc. We brought our own tubes which they offered to inflate (we didn't even have to ask). We ate at House of Blues for breakfast-excellent value on the kids menus with huge portions. Stopped at the food court on the way out and again, people were incredibly helpful. The tram to Luxor and Excalibur is fun for the kids and a nice way for them to get to see this side of the strip. Super close to the airport. Definitely the best choice hotel when traveling with kids.
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Items not included:
- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
- Tourist cards ($10USD)if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing Airlines
- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
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- 3,200 rooms in a 43-storey tower
- 16 restaurants including: Aureole, Lupo, Mix, Border Grill, Red Square, Stripsteak, The Noodle Shop and many more
- 11 acre tropical water environment
- Sand & Surf beach
- Lazy river ride
- 11 bars
- Poolside bar & grill
- 30,000 square ft. Spa & fitness center
- Shark Reef Aquarium
- 1.5 million square ft. Mandalay Bay Convention Centre
- 135,000 square ft. Casino
- 41 retail shops
- 12,000 seat events theatre to host concerts and sporting events
- World famous 'House of Blues' live music venue
- Mandalay Bay Theatre featuring Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil
- 'LIGHT' Nightclub
- 2 Wedding chapels
- 18-hole golf course
- Parking and valet (fee)
Deluxe Rooms include:
- Large rooms, exquisitely furnished
- 1 king or 2 queen beds
- Cable TV with HBO
- 2-line phones
- Iron and ironing board
- Bathroom with separate soaking tub and shower
- Hairdryer & make-up mirror
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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Mandalay BayLas Vegas,United States
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3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89119-1006
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