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This was our first time in Las Vegas and after considerable research, we settle on the Mirage due to the location in the center strip area. Our room was clean and comfortable with no problems. Paying $35 per day for Wi-Fi and use of the health club is a ripoff. We also found the design of the place is difficult for arriving guests. The entrance doors are not automatic and they force you walk a long distance right through the casino with your luggage to get to the elevators. Mobil check-in worked well, but I recommend not paying extra for a volcano view. They have a nice pool but forget about getting seating on a hot afternoon.
We stayed at the Mirage for 7 nights in early August. We booked a Resort Tower King which was located on the 25th Floor. Our view was partial strip but we weren't bothered about a view from the room as we would be out most of the time. Our room was a great size and the bathroom was huge with twin sinks. The bed was super comfy and there was adequate storage for two.The foyer in this hotel is stunning. I felt special everytime I walked through into the casino. We ate in The Pantry a couple of times and it was perfect - great breakfast and late dinner. The service was second to none and the food lovely. A great idea to have this service 24/7 so you are never stuck for somewhere to grab a bite. We also ate in the California Pizza Kitchen and again the food was great. The service and location of Rhumbar is ideal for a few afternoon beers watching the world go by. We also had drinks in the Center Bar and Parlour Cocktail Lounge and the service was equally good and the wine served perfectly. The singer in the Cocktail Lounge was great - even if he did have requests to sing 'My Way' every half an hour! That must get boring, bless him.I have two small issues with the hotel and they are that the towels are very thin and in our room there was a constant dull buzzing noise. We didn't mention to the hotel as I would imagine there isn't anthing they can do about it. Sounded like the vibration from an AC unit or industrial fan/ventilation system. Thankfully we are not light sleepers so it wasn't a big issue but could be for some travellers.The location of this hotel for us was perfect. We have stayed at the Aria, New York New York, Marriott Grand Chateux and Bellagio between us before so wanted to be a bit further along the strip this time and it was spot on. Easy to walk to either end of the strip. For the location alone, I would recommend this hotel.We are not big gamblers, but we did enjoy the casino in the Mirage. Some of the casinos are too big and noisy but this one was just right.Although we try to move around the hotels on each visit we will definalty consider staying at the Mirage again.
The rooms are very nice- large and clean. I just don't like the nickel and diming- but guess most of the big hotels do that in Vegas. No coffee maker in the room and it costs $5.00 for a cup. The resort fee of $35 a night plus taxes- for what a pool- that the chairs are on top of each other. The stocked frig that says if u put your own things in it they will charge you $50.00 ??? Join the M Life to get some discounts on things.
I found a good deal for the Mirage and was intrigued by its volcano, dolphins and jungle type theme. My fiance and I had never been to Las Vegas before and really had no clue what to expect so we went off the idea that we wanted a hotel on the strip. We found a deal for a room with a pool view, and 2 free breakfast buffets and snatched it up. The hotel is by new Vegas standards older but it does have a great location on the strip and still has charm. There is greenery huge palm trees, an aquarium by the check in and the Secret garden dolphin/tiger exhibit. The hotel is huge. My fiance and I loved the pool, the casino and the Cravings buffet that was included in our stay it even had free booze for the buffet. The view was wonderful, bed was comfortable and the room was clean. They do charge you for a mini fridge if you want one and even warn you not to touch the mini bar if you do not want to risk being charged because it is weighted. The staff was pleasant and helpful. Our third night there they started renovations on the hotel floor above us and it was AWFUL no way to day nap through it. The front desk did move us to another room but we lost our view and upgraded room which was a bummer. They took 30 dollars off of our stay for the inconvenience although it doesn’t really seem like 30 dollars covers the fact that we had to pack up all of our stuff move, lost our view and were in a smaller room and a lot farther from the elevators. It was only for our last night at least. Overall though the Mirage was wonderful and I would go back.
We have stayed in several hotels on and around the LV Strip over several years and as we have never stayed at Mirage, we decided to check it out. Check in was a long line and wait but the clerk was good when we got there. No specials or upgrades offered as we had already booked a preferred view of the Strip room. When we got to the room, we opened the curtains to take in the view, which was of the pool, several roof tops but no Strip view! We contacted Reception and asked for a change which they did arrange and also explained that if you book with any other agency and not Mirage, you may not get what you asked for! Rather disappointing that they don't always honour an external booking request. The check in experience took around two hours or more and wasted part of the day. You also pay for parking at this hotel, which is not standard in all hotels in LV. Room wise, it was clean and well presented though not one of the refurbished rooms that they are currently renovating and making a lot of noise in doing so. In room Mini Bar/fridge has no room for anything you may have brought with you and if you move anything, you pay for it! Fairly standard I suppose. We're not gamblers and so we visited the sights around the location and Mirage is quite well located for walking to several other hotels and Malls, so the stay was enjoyed. We may choose another hotel for aour next visit.
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- 2,100 rooms
- 5 restaurants
- Food court including: Burger King, Quizno's Subs, Pizza Hut Express and more
- Fitness & Spa centre
- Beauty salon
- Business center
- 100,000 square ft. Casino
- Variety of shops
- 3 ongoing shows - 'Splash', 'An Evening at La Cage' and 'Crazy Girls - Las Vegas' Sexiest Topless Revue'
- Le Bistro Theatre featuring live entertainers
- Riviera Comedy Club
- Wedding chapel
- Golf nearby
- 2 double beds
- Cable TV
- In-room safe (fee)
- Full bathroom
- Max occupancy 4 persons
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RivieraLas Vegas,United States
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3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109-8923
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