The 8th floor pool deck at the Mandarin Oriental has lap pools, jacuzzis and luxurious poolside cabanas. When you stay at the luxury Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, you can be sure that you will be pampered from head to toe. The hotel is located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, next to many famous attractions and restaurants.
The hotel rises 47 stories above the Strip and offers 392 Asian-inspired accommodations, including 335 chic guestrooms and 57 spacious suites. Rooms and suites have floor-to-ceiling windows with spectacular views.
Restaurants, lounges and bars serve mouth-watering cuisine in a modern setting. The Twist Restaurant specializes in innovative French cuisine. Asian and American dishes are offered all day at the MOzen Bistro. Mandarin Bar serves snacks and cocktails on the 23rd floor. The Tea Lounge sells the finest pastry delights and teas. The Pool Cafe offers lunchtime cocktails and fresh organic dishes.
The 27,000 square foot spa is spread over two-levels of the hotel. The spa provides a blissful retreat, offering healing therapies for the mind, body and soul with a variety of soothing treatments. There are 17 treatment rooms, including seven exclusive couple's suites, relaxation lounges with views of the Strip, steam rooms, a laconium, a hammam, men's sauna and ice fountain, ladies' rhassoul, vitality pool, pool deck with two lap pools, a plunge pool, two Jacuzzis, poolside cabanas, a beauty salon and a spa boutique.
Play golf nearby at the scenic 18-hole, par-71, 7,002-yard Bali Hai Golf Club, famous for its spectacular views.
Children are welcomed with a special gift and can request strollers, cribs, playpens, bath toys and a selection of child-friendly DVDs. Don't miss the special Children's Afternoon Tea service at the Tea Lounge.
The hotel employs a team of expert wedding planners to assist couples with planning their special day. The 7,650 square foot Oriental Ballroom with floor-to-ceiling windows can host a lavish wedding.
The hotel is just a 10-minute drive away from the McCarran International Airport. Take a taxi or rent a car once you land at the airport.
Luxury rooms at the Mandarin Oriental start at $215 per night.
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