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Spending any holiday at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is a memorable experience, as the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel lights up with a seasonal exuberance and offers special menus for guests to enjoy. Rather than traditional Christmas trees or gingerbread creations, at Christmastime the ceiling of the Lobby Lounge is decorated with oversized, red and silver orbs that create a sophisticated ornamental look. In addition, candles and flowers evoke a certain warmth during the winter holiday season.
Special holiday menus are the hotel’s main way of celebrating occasions. Say you’re staying at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel for a romantic Valentine’s Day retreat. Twist by Pierre Gagnaire creates a special Valentine’s Day menu with elaborate dishes like a Maine lobster trio that includes lobster spiced with fresh ginger, lime and raspberry vodka spray paired with lobster knuckle aspic gelée and cold lobster bisque. Sharing a decadent dessert like the aptly named Love Macaroon or pear and chocolate ice creams with shaved Chinese rhubarb is practically required on this romantic holiday. As you might imagine, the luxury hotel celebrates the Chinese New Year in addition to New Year’s Eve with special offerings in the Tea Lounge, Mandarin Bar and MOzen Bistro. At any time of year, but especially during holidays, Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is a wonderful place to be.