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
"Peace and quiet in Vegas"
We had a really relaxing weekend at Mandarin Oriental. Not a gaming hotel, but in a great location. One of the best spas in Vegas. Great amenities and rooms. Very well maintained. However, if you are looking for the party hotel, this is NOT it.
"An oasis of calm..."
The Mandarin Oriental is a lovely hotel. The service provided by the staff is excellent. Nothing is too much trouble. Stayed here for five nights during March; the hotel provided a welcome retreat from the madness of the strip. Having no casino gives the hotel a completely different atmosphere – you can almost feel the calmness as you walk in. Having to use a separate lift to get to the hotel rooms didn't bother me, but I can appreciate that at times it can get a little confusing as to where to you want to go and what life to use. The rooms are spacious and immaculate. It is probably the most comfortable hotel bed that I've ever slept in; you're pretty much guaranteed a good night’s sleep. I used the concierge service for tickets to a show and it was fantastic - Joe was incredibly knowledgeable and helpful. I would definitely recommend staying here.
"Work Plus Fun"
Mandarin Oriental is my preferred hotel to stay in while in Las Vegas. It's close enough to the action but yet remote from all the craziness. The spa/pool are top notch and never crowded. I would recommend Jasmine for the East Meets West massage -- simply an amazing two hour experience. For whatever reason, I felt bombarded by service help whenever I got back to my room. I am not sure how that could have been timed differently but literally would be away from room all day and when I got back, I was bombarded by someone wanting to service the room. I also wish there was a better way to access the room without going through a second elevator ride from the lobby. I do believe this hotel is a gem especially considering the surrounding area and it's the only way you can sanely spend more than 2 days in Las Vegas with work and feeling relaxed by the end of the trip. The concierge was very helpful with restaurant recommendations and setting up tennis lessons at the Cosmpolitan and pretty much could help with any request.
"A Fabulous Hotel and Stay!!"
The Mandarin Oriental was a wonderful surprise!! After staying in numerous high end hotels in Las Vegas over the years, we found this one to be the most serene and elegantly appointed. The service was spectacular and the staff very, very accomodating and oh so pleasant!!! We stayed in a "strip view suite" which was very spacious and had all the comforts of home!!! Because there is no casino on premises, the environment with lushious floral arrangements and art pieces through out, is very quiet and quite calming. The pool amenities are fabulous with wonderful service as is the spa. Location is quite good, centrally located. Highly recommend a stay here!!
"Follows with Mandarin concept..."
I have stayed at a few different Mandarin hotels, the Las Vegas hotel is nice, but not really a great value. The hotel is only the top half of the building it is in, access is a little confusing. However, the rooms are very spacious, clean, modern, and quiet. I only stayed here two nights, had time to visit the pool/lounge for little bit. When in Vegas, I prefer hotels without a casino, and the horrible smoking that accompanies them. So, the Mandarin is a good choice, if it is within your budget. But again, the service and staff are not on the same caliber as the Mandarin in Hong Kong.
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