The Mandarin Oriental is located in the south west Maine Avenue a few minutes away from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
An absolutely first class hotel experience.Comment of H. BARRY , United Kingdom the 2015-10-07
Great hotel, only issue was the flashing lights from the strip made it difficult to sleepComment of J. Paul , United States the 2015-08-26
"Amazing as always"
I love, love, love Mandarin Oriental hotels. Stay here and you will never be disappointed. No matter what the need, this hotel will have it covered and do it with style and grace. Random rain storm in the dessert' There is an umbrella in the closet. Want to take a steaming bath' They have bath salts and flower petals ready for you. Ready to go to sleep' Complimentary turn down service and wine awaits you. I can't say enough good things about everyone of these hotels that I have stayed at. Treat yourself and stay here!
"Pure Class "
If you want to get away from the noise and hassle of your typical Vegas strip hotel stay at the Mandarin Oriental. Quiet and civilised with a little touch of class, upgraded my wife and I because it was our anniversary. Would highly recommend this hotel.
"Don't pay for a strip view"
We had a strip view room, which could only see a tiny proportion of the strip, instead we had a view Of a car park. Also our room was partially cleaned one day and they left things all over the place. Otherwise it's a nice hotel in a great location. Gym and restaurants are fantastic.
"Luxury on Luxury"
Being from a city (even though my hometown is not "that" big), I was a bit surprised by the hospitality and kindness of the staff when I arrived. I've stayed at all the major hotels on The Strip and the service from the moment we stepped out of the car was different. They were going to take our bags. They wanted to know how they could help us. I was suspicious. Why were they being THIS nice' There must be a reason. Secretly, I was nervous inside because I didn't have any cash for a tip!!!! We went up to check-in and they already knew our names!'! Again......my first thought was..I DON'T HAVE ANY TIP MONEY!!!! Check-in was smooth and she even walked us to the elevators to show us where to go. Why was everyone being so nice' This is Vegas....right'''' The bags come to the room and now I'm really sweating. Tip money.....ugh. I KNEW I should have bought a coffee or something so I would have some small bills. He wanted to show me the room. Asked if the temperature was comfortable. HUH' Just leave me to my wander and fumble through the room like every other Vegas stay please. I found some crumpled bills in my purse and handed them to him and he genuinely seemed like it was not necessary but appreciated. WHERE AM I' WHAT WORLD IS THIS' I called my sister and told her that everyone is talking to me and asking if things are good. Why are they asking me how I'm doing'''' She said I was a jaded city person. This is the nicest hotel on The Strip. The service is impeccable and they got it going on. PS - Check out the spa...it's amazing.
"Spectacular view & great concierge service"
Lobby was on the 21st floor which always got me confused and you have to change elevators to go to other parts of the hotel. They offer free daily coffee next to the bakery on the 3rd floor. Also free yoga classes, water & fruits in the gym The work out room and public facilities are modern and clean. Pool area is a bit small. Had drinks in the lobby bar and tried their afternoon tea, both were great! Room is spacious especially the bathroom with tub, rain shower & tv. Compliments to the concierge who managed to help us get reservations for our dining & show tickets. Best of all, don't forget to check out the champagne vending machine for $20 gold coin per mini bottle!
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM