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One of the rare, non-casino luxury hotels that provide an almost residence-like respite within steps of all that makes Las Vegas Las Vegas. Full review →
Modern “boutique” hotel providing a sanctuary from the outside world, in the $11 billion CityCenter development on the Strip. Full review →
Executive Club rooms have vast views of the Strip and the meteorlike new Crystals shopping complex.
Asian-style elegance is the order of the day at this resort, situated within the CityCenter complex, whose hotel, restaurant and spa are all five-starred. Full review →
Traditional Eastern influences mix with modernist touches throughout this spot, not least of all at Twist, by Michelin three-star chef Pierre Gagnaire. Full review →
As a brand, Mandarin Oriental pledges to provide everything for the business traveler, and the Vegas property certainly delivers on that promise. Full review →
This Five-Star 47-story non-gaming property delivers the same sophisticated elegance and top-notch service that sister properties in The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group have delivered for years. Full review →
A window has opened up for another hotel to slip in and battle for the crown of "Most Luxurious" in Vegas. The Mandarin Oriental seems more than up for the fight. Full review →
Located in the new CityCenter development, this LEED Gold-certified property resides in a 47-story non-gaming building in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Full review →
The Mandarin Oriental in Vegas has all the style and amenities you’d expect from the chain (Asian-inflected design, high-touch service, and cool flourishes like the 23rd floor lobby). Full review →
Serene CityCenter stay that adds a dose of sophistication to the Strip, with two pools, a spa and haute French fare. Full review →
Business travelers often cite the swanky Mandarin Oriental, with its staggering views and opulent design, as the best in Vegas. Best for ornate Asian-style luxury. Full review →
This newly opened (2009) CityCenter oasis features gourmet dining, spa services, spacious guest rooms and a fitness center offering Pilates and yoga classes.
A new breed of Las Vegas luxury, with 392 elegant rooms and some of Vegas' best service, the Mandarin Oriental is a quiet haven on the glitzy Strip. Full review →
Mandarin Oriental puts the new City Center development in a good light. Fans arrive here and experience the kind of service-oriented decorum sorely lacking in all but a handful of resorts... Full review →Or perhaps more accurately, it can be described as American with a French twist, as guests choose their sauces to go with the beef from Nebraska and Idaho, or lobster from Maine.
It's luxury from the get-go at Las Vegas' Mandarin Oriental. Full review →
At the 392-room property, interior designer Adam Tihany tries to re-create the experience of contemporary Hong Kong. Full review →
"Marvel at the madness that is Vegas without getting involved in it" at this "unreal" yet "serene" casino-free hotel on the Strip boasting "true luxury" and a staff that "treats you like royalty".
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