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When you stay at Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, you’ll settle into one of the luxury hotel's 392 spacious guest rooms, 57 of which are high-roller suites. While the Standard Room’s average cost is $249, you’ll have a choice of upgrading to three other room options — the CityScape Room, the Strip View Room or the Mandarin Premier Room — or seven types of suites — the CityScape Suite, the Strip View Suite, the Dynasty Suite, the Apex Suite, the Taipan Suite, the Emperor Suite or the Mandarin Suite. All of the rooms provide a quaint ambience and refreshing escape from Las Vegas’ bustling streets, thanks to guest rooms' 1930s Shanghai-inspired décor paired with contemporary and modern touches. Inside, the chic red and gold tones and opulent-patterned textiles and rugs provide an international feel, but if you decide to look outside your Five-Star room, you’re in for an eyeful: the floor-to-ceiling windows offer a postcard-like view of the surrounding mountains and glittering lights of the Strip.