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Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
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Reviewed 24 September 2012 via mobile

This is a wonderful restful luxurious place to recuperate from the frantic Las Vegas strip. The lobby afternoon champagne and tea service with a view of the strip was perfect. The spa is decadent with very attentive service. There are unique spa services such as a programable shower to simulate tropical or arctic storms. High tech rooms make playing with the bells and whistles a pasttime in itself. The tasting menu with wine pairing at Twist was spectacular. The six course meal was too filling. The three course menu would be perfect.

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Reviewed 24 September 2012

I'd heard good things about this property, and because I'm a fan of the no-casino and no-smoking luxury hotels in Vegas such as the Four Seasons, this sounded perfect. The staff provides simply spectacular service and always go the extra mile for anything you need.

The bed was AMAZING... one of the best ever I've slept in any hotel. Decor was cool and while a bit dark it was gorgeous. Fabulous gym and spa. Food was delicious and fresh everywhere on the property. Drinks were great as well. Yes a bit overpriced, but worth it.

At first I felt a little too shut off from the rest of the city... UNTIL we went out at night, and after experiencing all the chaos, couldn't wait to come back to this haven on the strip!

I liked how you were in walking distance to the Aria (highly recommend dinner at Sage) and Crystals/CityCenter shops and restaurants. You don't have to go far to enjoy some energy and change of scenery.

My only two critiques:
1. I wish their bathrooms had FANS in the water closets. They have glass doors and you hear *everything*. My boyfriend and I did not need to hear each other's bodily functions over the weekend! Was not romantic for sure.
2. Checkout was poorly staffed at 2pm on a Sunday. I was only 3rd in line but had to wait at least 10 minutes, which I found unusual for their level of service otherwise over the weekend.

Room Tip: go for the strip view - you'll love it
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank sologirltraveler
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Reviewed 23 September 2012

This hotel chain have created something very special in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. It is an oasis from the heat and chaos that is Las Vegas.

The hotel isn't part of a casino complex and so there's no fighting your way through through a haze of cigarette smoke and milling flip flop wearing tourists when you enter and leave the establishment. Instead you are whisked to the 23rd floor where a cool and sophisticated hotel reception awaits. Check in is fast and efficient. We found the room we were allocated wasn't quite what we were anticipating but 1 phone call later we were upgraded into a suite with a view of the strip to die for!

The whole interior of the hotel is designed to calm and chill your spirit. From the oriental muzak to the subdued lighting and decor all works wonderfully well to relax and invigorate. The staff were helpful but unobtrusive, there to help when needed with advice or to service rooms seemingly invisibly.

Polly and I would describe this as the best hotel we have ever visited.

Thanks to all involved.

Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
4  Thank Steve H
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Reviewed 23 September 2012

This is a first class hotel. We stayed 5 days at the Mandarin in mid September and can't say enough about our stay. It was an absolute delight to be able to enjoy the exitement and entertainment of Vegas and still get away from the noise and crowds to a peaceful and tranquil hotel setting. We had never stayed at a Mandarin Oriental Hotel before and picked it because it is a non-casino hotel conveniently located on the strip near some very good shopping.

The service delivered by each and every staff person is absolutely extra-ordinary. Staff are incredibly friendly, attentive, helpful and accomodating. The focus on service excellence is evident everywhere - pool, spa, restaurants, lounge, tea room, front desk, house keeping, front door, fitness area, etc.

The night time view from the 23rd floor tea room area and the lounge is terrific. The lounge is a great place for a night cap. Although generally not necessary, try to reserve a window table on busy nights. The high end spa facilities are magnificent - occupy the 7th and 8th floor - with very attentive service. The hotel restaurants are excellent and our dinner at Twist on the 23rd floor was our best meal of the trip.

We spent a few hours every morning in the fitness area and then at the pool. On a few occasions we had breakfast at the pool and very much enjoyed it. Not a huge pool area but is very nice, well layed out and a great place to relax.

The hotel is like an upscale, exclusive private residence. We had what I assume is a standard room (very spacious with king size bed) with very contemporary spa like quality, panoramic windows and a skyline view of the Vegas Blvd strip. The in-room technology activates the TV, lighting, music, window shades, and temperature control at the touch of a tablet. We appreciated returning to the hotel room each night to find that housekeeping had left on very serene, zen like music playing in the room to greet us. The room could use more drawer space for clothing - but this may not be an issue for everyone - and likely not an issue in the larger rooms.

Bottom line, we loved the hotel and highly recommend it. Will be back.

Room Tip: Get a room looking out on the strip. The night time view is excellent. If you are up early you will enjoy the sun rise. Treat yourself to a few hours in the spa.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank FCMR99
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Reviewed 23 September 2012

Not really sure what can be said more about this hotel that hasn't already been said. We spent 6 days there and its a very secluded hotel that seems like its hidden from the rest of Vegas. This is a five star hotel meaning that they will do anything for you outside of organ transplants. Everyone in the staff greets you with a hello and a warm smile I'm impressed that some of the staff even know your name (without looking at the computer). The beds are ultra comfy and this is by far the best nights sleep we have had in a hotel. If you like a place where you can take pictures of the hotel without other people in the background or people in the elevators then this is it. Also, its on the strip and very close to CVS pharmacy, Walgreens, McDonalds for the times you don't feel like paying for the Vegas prices. Actually its pretty much close to anything. If you want to gamble you can walk to Aria, and its a very short distance (by Vegas standards) to New York New York, PH, Paris, and Bellagio. The pool and spa are amazing also when you want to relax and wind down.

One minor gripe about the hotel is the internet fee and the free tea time from 6-8am. I don't know why they just don't include the $24 fee on the overall price instead of having it separately. Also, the free tea from 6-8am seems abit early. I did not get a chance to take advantage of it and i wake up pretty early.

I would say this is our favorite hotel in vegas and would definitely come back the next time we are back.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank traveler8884
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