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Mandalay Bay

  • 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S Map It
  • South Strip


  • Large rooms
  • Ample options
  • The Beach


  • Concerts can be loud

Published 07/20/2015

Fodor's Review

This resort is actually three hotels in one—the namesake Mandalay Bay, Delano Las Vegas, and the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas. Each brand is distinct, and each has a separate entrance. Mandalay itself is decked out like a South Seas beach resort, complete with the scent of coconut oil drifting through the casino and pagodas rising out of the vast casino floor. It's the most affordable and least fabulous lodging component of the overall resort, but it's still a first-rate property with cavernous rooms. Bathrooms have stone floors and counters, as well as deep soaking tubs with separate showers. Guests also receive full access to the Beach, the Beachside Casino, and the Moorea Beach Club, which offers topless sunbathing. Perhaps the only downside to staying at Mandalay Bay is the spacious layout of the property itself; without a map, it could take you five or six tries to get your bearings when you come and go.


The sharks: The Shark Reef aquarium features

a 1.6-million-gallon saltwater tank with more than 2,000 different animals.

The concerts: Between an outdoor pavilion and the House of Blues inside the casino, there's never a shortage of good live music at this joint.

The views: Two ultra-lounges offer incredible views. Atop Mandalay Bay, the Foundation Room brings in DJs every night of the week. Atop Delano, MIX Lounge serves up fancy cocktails.

The eats: Celebrity chefs such as Charlie Palmer, Hubert Keller, Rick Moonen, and Mary Sue Milliken have restaurants here.


Mandalay Beach offers guests a wave pool, lazy river, three swimming pools, and 2,700 tons of real sand. The Beach has premium seating and the exclusive new Beachside Casino. Moorea Beach Club also offers raft and tube rentals, as well as cabanas, daybeds, and bungalows and villas that include personalized service.

Two on-site spas—Spa Mandalay (at Mandalay Bay) and Bathhouse Spa (at Delano)—offer a variety of relaxation chambers and dozens of signature treatments. Men love the gentlemen's facial at Spa Mandalay; women swear by the crème brûlée treatment at Bathhouse.

Mandalay Place is small shopping corridor that connects Mandalay Bay to the Luxor with some great stores.

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Hotel Information


3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119, USA

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702-632–7777; 877-632–7800

Hotel Details:

  • 2,775 rooms, 436 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 07/20/2015

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