Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
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We have been to all of the nice hotels in Las Vegas except the Four Seasons, and the Oriental is at the top of the list for service and comfort. If you are a person that needs to gamble on your vacation, this is not the place for you. Go to the Wynn which is almost as great. They great you when you check in with warm towels and the service is outstanding. Had food in our room which was wonderful, they knew it was our anniversary, so they had a dessert waiting for us, and had an issue with our air conditioning not getting colder, and they had someone at our door within 5 minutes. We love this place and will be back very soon!
For work purposes and conferences we frequent Vegas hotels often. The Mandarin Oriental was a delightful new experience. I read a lot of reviews and was excited to stay. Small things kept me from giving it 5 stars. Check in was great. Like others have said you have to go to the 23rd floor to check in. When we got to our room it was beautiful, but we had no toiletries or bath salts. They quickly resolved that. We were told it was a partial strip view room, but we thought it was perfect. Wood floors when you walk in, with a huge closet/dressing area. The bathroom had beautiful tile floors and large tub and shower. I do wish the toilet closet had a bit more privacy as it was a frosted glass. The T.V. in the bathroom didn't work. When we asked about it, they said they were in the process of removing all of them. This might explain the drilling noises that we heard the next morning that went on for a couple hours. It was after 9 am so we found no reason to complain about it, except that is was annoying and not very peaceful. The beds were extremely comfortable, and the room was spacious and clean. Housekeeping was probably the best I have seen at any hotel. It's not just a touch up during your stay, it was completely cleaned every day. The guest rooms are floors 4-22, so no matter what floor you are on you must take 2 sets of elevators to get to your room. While I appreciate the security, it wasn't very convenient at times. We enjoyed that while your on the strip with great views of the city, it's also set back just a bit, with a somewhat private entrance away from the crowds. Just outside the doors of the hotel is a Starbucks that is probably one of the least busy ones on the strip. There is also a "Bobby's Burger Palace" (Bobby Flay on food network) that has delicious burgers. The Mandarin Bar inside the hotel is a "must" experience even just for one drink or a soda. The views are magnificent, and the service was excellent. If you do want to go to the casinos, Mandalay Bay (under construction)is a 5 minute walk out the doors and to your right, or the Aria is a peaceful little walk to your left. Cosmopolitan is also just a short walk through the Crystal shops. Besides a few minor issues, it was a lovely stay and we look forward to staying again.
Hotel does not have a FAQ or other basic rundown on website. You have to start a reservation with specific dates and room type and then click two more times to gain this info.Never seen this info so deep into a website. Other places just list this kind of data under policies or similar. First I was directed to open an ad-like PDF full of color pictures and so on. No info on the fees, pets, checkout times, and other essential info.Sorry - for this kind of money the IT framework should be pitch-perfect. It isn't.
We stayed in the Mandarin Oriental for 3 nights. It was our first time in Las Vegas and wanted to visit as we have heard from friends and family that Vegas is a "must see". However, as non gamblers - the Strip was sensory overload. Having seen the big (busy) hotel casinos, we were so glad to be returning to the MO. A true oasis to rejuvenate the senses. The MO is still close enough to all the action. The best hotel stay we have ever experienced period. Beautifully rooms, superior bed comfort, excellently appointed. Brilliant service. Great breakfast in Mozen - good enough range and ultra-high quality. Thank you MO!
I was with a group of people, who arrived around 11pm after a fight at the T-Mobile Center. Anthony, who was our server, provided the best service we've had anywhere! I am a vegan and there was nothing on the menu I was able to eat- Anthony went above and beyond to provide me with food from in-room dining. He must have also overheard that it was my birthday, as he had a birthday cupcake sent out to me. He was just so nice and genuine- we had a great experience!
Vacations packages include round-trip flights, accommodations, round-trip transfers (unless outlined below) to and from the hotel, and tourist cards (if required, unless outlined below).
If selecting an all-inclusive resort option, the package will also include the all-inclusive features as outlined by each resort.
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)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- 392 guestrooms and suites
- Restaurants, including: Twist bu Pierre Gagnaire, Tea Lounge, Mozen Bistro
- Mandarin Bar on the 23rd floor with skyline backdrop
- Pool Cafe
- Two outdoor lap pools
- Two plunge pools
- 20 cabanas for poolside privacy, with luxury amenities
- State-of-the-art Fitness & Wellness Center, Kinesis Fitness System, Yoga & Pilates Studio
- 27,000 square foot, two-level Spa facility
- Business centre
- 12,000 square feet of meeting space
- Wireless internet access throughout the entire hotel (fee)
- Room Service (fee)
- Sky Bridge that connects to Crystals, a 500,000 square foot retail and entertainment district
- 2 double beds or 1 king-size bed
- 1 full bathroom
- Air conditioning
- DVD player and Stereo bar
- 42 inch LCD TV
- 15 inch TV in the bathroom
- iPod/Video docking system
- Wired and Wireless access
- Central control for drapery, lighting, temperature and entertainment
- Valet privacy closets
- 480 thread count luxury cotton sheets
- Located between the 4th and 6th floors
- Maximum occupancy of 4
Resort Location Map
Mandarin Oriental Las VegasLas Vegas,United States
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89158-4382
Some restaurants may be open for certain meals only and limited visits may apply. Reservations required and dress code in effect for a la carte restaurants. Time restrictions may apply for water sports.
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