Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas

An Asian-inspired retreat on the Vegas Strip
The most intimate of the hotels located in the CityCenter complex, 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.

Spacious guestrooms include floor-to-ceiling windows and state-of-the-art entertainment systems as well as unique features such as pass-through valet closets, which allow the staff to deliver your room service or pick up your dry cleaning without ever having to disturb you.

The public areas in this contemporary hotel are every bit as alluring as the guestrooms, with Asian-influenced decor, incredible one-of-a-kind artwork and some of the best views in Las Vegas thanks to walls of windows throughout the hotel.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • When you arrive at the 47-story luxury hotel, you'll head to the 23rd floor to check into your room. The unique arrival gives you a glimpse of the hotel's ambience, quaint and elegant, with floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing Las Vegas' surrounding mountains and spectacular lights.
  • By mixing Eastern methodologies with Western application, the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas’s Five-Star spa becomes a rejuvenation haven. Indulge in body massages and wraps, foot and facial treatments and thermal experiences, such as the plunging pools or the ice fountain.
  • French chef Pierre Gagnaire dishes out traditional flavors with a scientific flair at his only U.S. restaurant, Twist, experimenting with texture, taste and temperature. As the leader of the fusion movement, Gagnaire breaks convention one course at a time
  • The interior design of the Vegas hotel provides some intimacy uncommonly found in other Sin City jaunts, thanks to interior designer Adam Tihany. The chic red and gold tones and rich patterns are inspired by 1930s Shanghai, making the hotel a unique combination of contemporary elements and subtle Asian aesthetic.
  • Las Vegas is all about the drinks — including tea. The Tea Lounge at the hotel adopts an afternoon teatime ritual from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. that delivers an herbal boost for the rest of the day.
Things to Know
  • The Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is a nongaming hotel, giving the property a serene and intimate feel uncommonly found along the strip. 
  • The Five-Star hotel has a no pets allowed policy, but the concierge will happily help you find a pet service if needed.
  • The CityCenter location — smack dab on the Strip — is entertainment at your feet. While we’re sure you’ll want to explore the various places in Las Vegas, the hotel’s location really puts you at the center of the best sights in town.
  • This luxury hotel provides handy amenities and services in case you decide to tote your youngsters along on vacation. Cribs with baby amenities, strollers, babysitting services and a children’s menu for in-room dining (and at the hotel’s restaurants) are all designed to make your stay a whole lot easier.
The Rooms
  • Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas radiates tranquility, and you’ll get a choice of four rooms from which to soak it in: The Standard Room, the CityScape Room, the Strip View Room and the Mandarin Premier Room, which contains a larger bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe.
  • Scattered from the 4th to the 22nd floor, all rooms in the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel offer a single king-sized bed or two double beds, except for the Mandarin Premier Room, which only supplies a single king-sized bed.
  • Every room is decked out with Asian-inspired décor, circa Shanghai 1930s to set the vibe, and contains floor-to-ceiling windows that provide dramatic views of the bustling Las Vegas Strip below.
  • In every bathroom, a mini flat-screen TV will appear in your mirror to entertain you while you’re primping or lounging and lathering in the deep soaking tub.
  • A centralized touch pad, which you’ll find resting on your chic nightstand, allows you to dim any of the lights, black out your shades, turn the TV on or off, and lock your door — all with the touch of a button.
The Restaurants
  • At Twist by Peter Gagnaire, located on the 23rd floor, you have a choice of à la carte dining, the three-course tasting menu or Gagnaire’s Spirit six-course tasting menu, which comes complete with wine-pairing options.
  • With dishes like the Idaho Kobe-style beef, or the roasted chicken breast stuffed with almonds and pistachio paste, in addition to the six-part Signature dessert, you’ll want to sport your finest business-casual attire while digging into Gagnaire’s sophisticated cuisine.
  • On the 3rd floor of the Las Vegas hotel is MOzen Bistro, an East meets West eatery featuring an Asian menu offering zesty Indian delicacies and savory Thai dishes in a small plate format. The bistro serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
  • If you’d rather dine with a tan, the Pool Café will serve you in one of the 20 private poolside cabanas for breakfast until 10:30 a.m. and lunch until 5 p.m. With chilled items like smoothies or cucumber soup, you’ll beat the Las Vegas heat.
24-hour room service
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89158
LAS (7-14 min)  
Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
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