The Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas opened Dec. 4 with Asian-inspired festivities including a Feng Shui ceremony and a traditional lion dance. The Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is a 47-story, non-gaming hotel inside of CityCenter, a 67-acre urban metropolis and one of the world’s largest green developments.
Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas brings the legendary service levels of the Mandarin Hotel Group to Vegas. The hotel has 392 rooms and suites, plus 227 residences. The hotel’s Sky Lobby is located on the 23rd floor offers stunning views at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip.
Also located in the hotel is three-star Michelin Chef Pierre Gagnaire’s first restaurant in the United States, Twist; an all-day dining establishment, MOzen Bistro; the Mandarin Bar and a tea lounge. Amore Patisserie, is located at the base of the hotel tower directly on Las Vegas Boulevard and serves a variety of gourmet foods, pastries, coffees and teas.
Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, features a two-level, 27,000-square-foot spa with 17 treatment rooms, multiple relaxation and water experiences, an expansive Fitness Center and dedicated yoga studio. A pool facility with 20 cabanas and a Pool Café can be found on the eighth floor.