Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas offers the perfect mix of style, serenity and luxury in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
It stands an impressive 47 stories tall complete with gourmet fusion restaurants and advanced leisure facilities are second to none.
Its one of the few places to stay on the Strip that offers a non-gaming environment.
From the moment you check-in at its Sky Lobby, its five-star luxury service is truly unbeatable.
Surrounded by the city’s best-loved attractions, the 392 rooms and suites at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas are bound to delight.
For the most luxurious stay when visiting Sin City, consider its Mandarin Suite.
Combining the classic glamour of the Art Deco era with the serenity of the Orient, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom suite is simply sublime.
Using soft creams and browns to create a decorative color palette that’s as stylish as it is soothing, this suite is ideal for anyone looking for lavish comfort, space and privacy.
Dark wood floors covered with patterned rugs can be seen throughout the suite, which offers a range of accommodation including a magnificent living room, study and dining area.
Featuring a choice of seating including large sofas covered with silk pillows, the living room also has a small cocktail bar around which are dotted several red high-backed stools.
Adjacent to this lies the dining area, cornered off from the living room by a padded cream wall, creating a semi-private space in which eight guests can dine around a striking black table.
Furnished with a large king bed swathed in white linen, dark wood side tables and elegantly upholstered armchairs, the master bedroom enjoys views through floor-to-ceiling windows over The Strip. There is also a second bedroom with two double beds.
However, arguably the suite’s most talked-about feature is its main bathroom, which is a vision of designer relaxation with a huge sunken bath overlooking the city and a large walk-in shower. To complete the picture, there is also a personal fitness area with a Technogym Kinesis Wall and exercise bike.
Situated on the upper floors of the hotel, these beautiful one-bedroom penthouse suites are in the apex of the building.
In these bedrooms two glass walls converge in a dramatic design that presents a 270 degree panoramic view sweeping over both The Strip and ARIA Campus.
These also have a large glass-enclosed bathroom with walk-in shower and stand-alone tub, private dining area, bar and pantry with separate entrance.
The décor has a contemporary feel with subtle Asian touches such as decorative figurines and headboards. For anyone in need of a little more space, there’s the option of connecting to another room to create a two-bedroom penthouse suite.
With exhilarating views and mouth-watering gourmet cuisine, Mandarin Oriental’s restaurants are among the best in Las Vegas.
Find innovative French cuisine at Twist by Pierre Gagnaire or all-day Asian and American dining at MOzen Bistro.
Want to enjoy a cocktail with a view? Head to the 23rd floor for stunning views and refreshing drinks at Mandarin Bar.
Meanwhile, the finest teas and pastry delights are available at the Tea Lounge.
A stay at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas isn’t complete without a visit to its spacious spa.
Focusing on the best healing therapies for the mind, body and soul, it offers a variety of pampering treatments.
Spread over two-levels, the 27,000 square foot spa offers a relaxed retreat above Las Vegas with 16 treatment rooms including seven private couple’s suites
Chinese Foot spa.
Heat and water experiences include steam rooms, a hammam, a laconium, vitality pool, ladies’ rhassoul, men’s sauna and ice fountain.
Afterwards, spend time at the hotel’s stunning pool deck with two lap pools, two Jacuzzis, a plunge pool and amazing views.
For anyone looking for an oasis away from the noise of slot machines and gaming tables, Mandarin Oriental will not disappoint when you visit Vegas.
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is located at 3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89158 USA.
For more information, visit www.mandarinoriental.com/lasvegas.