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We booked on line via M-Life and opted for a basic king room. We used the online check-in service which was great. Our room was actually available before the 3 pm check-in time. Room was comfortable, however, we were on the 2nd floor directly above casino area and there was definitely a trace of stale cigarette odor in the hallways. Be sure to take your own bottled water unless you are willing to pay $16/litre in your room. No coffee makers - so be prepared for a long walk to Starbucks for your first java of the day. Best of our stay was the Beatles LOVE show - not to be missed!!
I've been at the Mirage many many times and love their stand up shows, good comedy selectionHeritage steak is Fantastic and so Japonais, but if you want something a bit more conventional I'd say The Pantrys. Beatles Love new show is def better then before Parking charges?the most stupid thing all MGM did
Hotel rooms nicely upgraded. We had ADA room cause we are on canes and room was next to elevator.Pantry for breakfast was good.Had dinner at Heritage Steak House rated it a BWas at a meeting and for those of you on canes etc the meeting rooms are long hike to get to them at back end of hotel. Meeting room comfortable, accomadates large numbers in the convention area.
This was probably our 4th or 5th stay at the Mirage. It is our "go to" hotel while in Vegas as we have always had good experiences.The Mirage is reasonably prices as Strip hotels in Vegas go and the location can not be beat. As before, everyone is very nice. Housekeeping is top notch and friendly.We were in room 17088, which is a "Mirage Suite". Fairly large room with two full bathrooms, one with a shower and one with a tub. Nice sitting areas and decent view of the Trump and mountains. A/C worked good.Some issues with this room - it backs up to the elevators and was somewhat noisy. It wasn't loud enough to keep you awake, but while you were awake, it was a distraction. The head of the bed directly backs up to the elevator shaft. I would imagine all of the xxx88 rooms are similar.Little things that require maintenance seem to be overlooked or only corrected when someone complains. The faucets were all loose in the shower and sinks in the bathroom. The closets are the old style mirrored sliding doors from the 80's that constantly came over the slides. All little things that in this class of hotel should be maintained, in my opinion, better. The towels were not what I would expect for a suite level room. They were decent, but not great.The "resort fee" - this is a Vegas thing that really ticks me off. Why not just include it in the price of the room? The resort fee at The Mirage is $32 plus a $4 tax on the fee for a total of $36/day. The majority of people just use the "complimentary" WiFi for this $36.No major issues and we will be back.
We stayed at The Mirage for one night while we were on a road trip recently. It had been a long trip, and with the flooding in California, our strategy had been to book hotels the day of while driving. The Mirage seemed perfect: reasonable rates, and a $75 pet fee. Our friends have 2 small dogs, and we needed a pet friendly room. Upon calling, the pet fee is actually $125. "It changed recently". Right.... We decided to book anyway. After dealing with a mix up in the reservation by the agent, we got to our room. We left for dinner, and within an hour were called by the hotel. They said there had been multiple complaints about barking, and we had to come back right away. Keep in mind it's 7:30 pm in Las Vegas. So it's not unreasonably late. We left immediately, got to the hotel within 10 minutes of being called, and went to ask about the complaints. This is the fun part: we're told that if the dogs bark again, and we're not in the room, we will be asked to leave. After one warning. Needless to say we were confused what the $125 fee was for? To be placed next to convention goers trying to sleep? This seems like the responsibility of the staff to put pets in a good area. After trying to inquire about the policies with the front desk, they once again enforced their ultimatum. We were forced to leave one member of our party (my friend's wife) in the room for the rest of the night, or we'd be thrown on the streets. No one in the hotel would try to reason with us, we were simply being bullied into sitting quietly in our rooms for the rest of the night. Moral of the story: don't bring your dogs to Vegas. Unfortunately we didn't have much of a choice this time. So if you find yourself in our boat: stay away from the mirage. They constructed a beautiful pet relief area for some reason. They're definitely not pet friendly OR human friendly. I don't dump my life saving into Vegas every time I visit, so maybe if we were whales they'd have been nicer. But myself, my friends, and everyone we can notify will be avoiding The Mirage, Hyatt Hotels, and MGM Resorts as a whole forever. Work on your customer service, Mirage.
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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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