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The Mirage's tropical paradise theme flows throughout the property, from the front entrance's volcano to the check-in desk's giant aquarium to the pool's palm-treed cabanas.
It's no longer the most innovative hotel in town, but the 3,044-room property continues to reinvent itself.
Conveniently located in the center of the Strip, the Mirage is famous for its tropical atrium, pretty pool with cascading waterfall, and Siegfried & Roy’s white tigers.
Several upscale restaurants, including STACK and BLT Burger, give the Mirage an impressive slate of both high-end and casual eateries. Full review →If you're seeking a blow-out, be sure to ask about discount packages.
In many ways, The Mirage invented the concept of the modern Las Vegas resort. Full review →
Transforming this desert resort into a lush tropical paradise, a rainforest dominates the atrium lobby, and a 20,000-gallon aquarium captivates guests at the front desk. Full review →
Newly remodeled rooms are chic and ultra modern, decked out in bold color palettes, furnished with luxuriant beds and plush patterned rugs. Full review →
An elder statesman among the Strip's megaresorts, the 3,044-room Mirage relies less on thematics and a booze-fueled party scene for its appeal. Full review →
The public areas downstairs remain impressive, the pool complex is nicely laid out, and you get to watch the volcano from your bedroom window.
This vast resort was one of the first to define Las Vegas' 21st-century aesthetic: sexy and cinematic—in this case with an erupting volcano that officially signaled The Strip's first real... Full review →Admittedly, rooms below the 10th floor lack memorable views, so request a unit on a high floor with a view of The Strip.
The lush, tropical Mirage is one of the prettiest illusions in this desert gambling capital. Full review →
With its Polynesian village decor, lush landscaping, lagoon-like pool and waterfalls, the $650-million Mirage set the standard for modern resorts when it was opened by Steve Wynn in 1989. Full review →
With an emphasis on the exotic that pervades everything from the architecture to the tasteful tropical decor, the Mirage is one of the premier hotels on the Vegas Strip. Full review →
“World-class entertainment” (think big-name comedians and a Beatles-themed Cirque du Soleil show) that’s “in the middle of all the action” makes this “elegant” Strip property “worth every penny.”
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