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Overview
THIS HOTEL IS NOW CLOSED.
A Las Vegas landmark, the Riviera Hotel & Casino has been a presence on the Strip for almost 40 years. With newly refurbished hotel rooms and several different live performances nightly, the Riviera is definitely not short on entertainment.
 
Location: On the northern end of the Strip across from the Stardust.

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  • Judith M : Charlottetown
Heaven on earth

This is the spot to stay bar none! From check in to check out it is the best place on the strip for sure. Friendly staff ready to help you with anything and everything you could imagine. The floor to ceiling aquarium filled with all sorts of exotic fish will captivate you while you are checking in and you just can't seem to take your eyes off the fish even the little sharks. The casino is on the main floor and is quite nice, lots of choices for sure. I recommend seeing Cirque du Soleil: The Beatles LOVE, and you have to eat at Cravings for sure, one of the nicest buffet's on the strip, it is like visiting all the different countries in the world done is sections for you to make choices and it isn't easy let me tell you but well worth it, the food there is great. There are other choices for eating at the Mirage as well and they are equal to the task for sure, I enjoyed everything I ate while there. Next let me tell you a little about Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage‎. Of course you'll visit the pool , it is beautiful with its waterfalls and the entrance to the Secret Garden is off the pool area and it is well worth the tour through. The day I went through, I got to see a baby dolphin being born, new baby cats, that were adorable and many more beautiful animals and wildlife and plants and trees, it is just so beautiful and peaceful you have to take it in. I found the Mirage to be the best spot for me as it is the easiest to get out to the strip and the quickest too. It is very Central. Did I say the beds are the best I've ever slept on in my entire life. like floating on a cloud, what a restful sleep there, comfort takes on a whole new word at the Mirage. I just don't have enough room to write down everything I love about the Mirage but you can bet my next trip I will be staying there and every trip I will go back there and you will too if you stay there even once. Give it a try, take a trip and you'll love it, don't forget to swim in the pool and rest under the waterfalls, refresh and hit the floor of the casino and have some fun, I did and I made some money there too. Oops, I almost forgot the Volcano, you must take it in, it is really something to see and its right out front on the strip and can be seen for quite a distance.

  • Ken G : Williamsburg,
Visiting Family before Christmas

We did some traveling to try and visit all 98 relatives of my wife (not easy to do in 10 days). We decided to take a couple days to ourselves as it was a hard year. The Hotel was awesome! We had a little bit of a problem with our room and they upgraded us to the tower 2 bedroom suite. Nice view and plenty of room for the kids. The bedrooms are at opposite ends of the suite which is an excellent design. Room was clean and staff was excellent. We were there before the rush which was excellent. It was like having the hotel almost to yourself. We surprised the kids and did the Private Dolphin tour and White Tigers. Another Awesome for the kids who got to feed and pet the Dolphin's. The white Tigers had Christmas wrapped presents that they tour open and played with just like a house cat (with the strength of Hercules of course). Very fun to watch. Highly recommend staying here. We will visit again - during the off season as we have young children. Almost forgot we also saw Cirque du Soleil show The Beatles Love which was playing at the Hotel. Another Fantastic Experience for the kids.

  • Studio19 : Georgetown, Canada
Fantastic place to stay in Vegas

I didn't chose the Mirage, a friend decided that is where our group was staying. I was not happy, I read some pretty bad review. I was so pleasantly surprised! We checked in at 11pm on a Wednesday night. The girl behind the counter was friendly, helpful and welcoming. Our room was ready right away. I had done the e-check in and had received an e-mail to tell me my room was ready but hadn't see it yet as I hadn't linked the the wifi which is free and reliable. Out room was on the 24th floor, the highest before the suites. We requested a volcano view , on a high floor, away from the elevator and had a great view of the strip. The lobby is gorgeous. The casino is ok, we are not gamblers. It smelled like strong perfume. So strong I could taste it, this is my only real complaint. The elevators are fast!! The hotel is large, so there is quite a bit of walking to get to your room. Our room as very clean, no smells. It was up to date and a good size for a standard room. The bathroom was also spotless, lots of towels and the usual toiletries. 4 adults shared with no space issues. There was outlets and usb ports by the desk. I had medication that had to be refrigerated and was accommodated with a free mini fridge. Housekeeping did a fantastic job everyday. Even though I made the bed, it was always freshly made when we came back to the room. There was no cigarette smells. The room was very quiet. I only heard people in the hall once. No flushing toilets or door slams. The pool area is amazing and clean. The bar service is expensive but excellent. I highly recommend the Mai Tai. The pool area was busy, but we always found chairs. The pool was warm and clean. Pool bathrooms were also clean. We aren't big foodies, we got McD's for breakfast in the am, it is right across the road, as is Walgreen's for beer and coolers and snacks. We ate at the Pantry once, it was good. LVB Burger in the lobby was the best burger I have ever eaten!! I was very impressed with The Mirage!

  • MortyCanada : Columbia, Missouri
A Poor Choice even when free!

Situation: We live close to STL, and usually game at Ameristar. For our elite level, myChoice loyalty program offers a comped room (up to 3 nights), $150 resort credit and $100 table or slot play at a selection of MGM casinos in Las Vegas. We choose Mirage in February and more recently in May. In February, the resort fee was, also, comped, but in May, we were charged about $39 for the daily resort fee, which wiped out half of the resort credit. But, they would not accept the resort credit as payment for the resort fee!Check-in: In February, we checked in at the hotel, but could not find the elite check-in so we joined the scrum for check-in. Turned out, the priority check-in was just adjacent but marked by a portable 8x10 inch sign!Rooms: The first visit placed us in a shabby handicap room! We did not request an handicap room but we did request a walk-in shower. I guess they thought a roll-in shower was close enough. For the second visit, we were initially give Room 2002; that's right, the room next to the elevator on the second floor. I checked-in on line and stopped at the mobile check-in for the key. The young lady there announced she would up-grade us to 4003! Must be that there is actually a window that looks onto a weather beaten roof top.The king resort room was spacious and seemed in good repair. The layout seems quite useable. The bathroom is tiny with a single sink and a combination tub/shower, At our age, a combination tub/shower is simply too dangerous to use. So, with comped room available elsewhere (with a walk in shower) we left.Physical Facilities: the resort is older, but was carefully planned with a tropical ambiance. It seems clean and well maintained. The pool and the poolside cafe are simply very pleasant.Dining: We used the resort credit for food. We ate at the buffet, Cravings, a large U-shaped buffet with food stations positioned around the U, House wines are provided with the meal, but you must retrieve your share from the bar at the far end of the buffet. The hostess and 'seater' failed for explain anything about the logic of the arrangement of food or the location of active cooking stations. The waiter was prompt and personable. Out of three buffets that we tried this was ranked second and was very good. A person favorite, American fried chicken, was far below average.Summary: We won't bother to accept comped rooms here again. Other casino/hotels offer rooms more to our liking and that better meet our needs. Seems really strange that the hotel management fails to use an opportunity to 'recruit' new patrons but rather disrespects guests.

  • Tarlie : Surfers Paradise, Australia
Nice hotel, good location.

Overall our experience at The Mirage was good. The hotel is older but is maintained well and very clean. The Mirage is huge and seems to be alive 24 hours a day which i found a little overwhelming at times but hey that's Vegas, it never sleeps!.There is plenty of staff and they are all lovely. Our room was nice and had everything we needed. The location was good and within walking distance of everything. The only downside of these large casino hotels is they are very smokey and even if you have a non smoking room it seems to still make its way around the building resulting in the smell everywhere which was a little unpleasant.

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

  • 2,100 rooms
  • 5 restaurants
  • Food court including: Burger King, Quizno's Subs, Pizza Hut Express and more
  • Pool
  • Fitness & Spa centre
  • Beauty salon
  • Business center
  • Arcade
  • 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
Standard Rooms include:
  • 2 double beds
  • Air-conditioning
  • Cable TV
  • In-room safe (fee)
  • Full bathroom
  • Max occupancy 4 persons
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  • Riviera
    Las Vegas,United States

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The Mirage Hotel & Casino
3400 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV 89109-8923

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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Photo identification and/or credit card or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges.

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy. Rollaway beds and cribs (infant beds) may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.

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