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Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

Reservations: 800 2828 3838
One of the newest properties in Town. This really is an oasis of calm in a City of madness!! Mandarin Oriental, is a sophisticated luxury hotel and is located at the entrance of CityCenter, at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Great rooms, fab restaurants but check out the spa, its special!!
Restaurants An all-day dining establishment called MOzen Bistro serves Asian and multi-national cuisine; Mandarin Bar; Tea Lounge; Poolside Cafe and Amore Patisserie on Las Vegas Boulevard - an adaptation of the Mandarin Cake Shop at the Hong Kong Mandarin Oriental - offers gourmet foods, homemade breads and pastries 
Shopping Close to Crystals, CityCenter's retail and entertainment district 
Attractions Some of the finest inroom entertainment and technology systems. Top concierge. On its exterior, Typewriter Eraser, Scale X, 1998-1999, a legendary sculpture by Claes Oldenburg and Coosie van Bruggen - basically a 4-tonne, 19-ft/5.8-m stainless steel and fibreglass typewriter eraser 
Other Info  
Location At the entrance to CityCenter on the Strip between Bellagio and Monte Carlo 
Theme Holistic Eastern luxury Cost: Part of the $8.5b CityCenter development 
Grand Opening 01/12/2009 
Rooms 392 
Room Rates Not yet available 
Chilling Out 2 outdoor swimming pools, Jacuzzi, deck and 20 cabanas 
Other Amenities Mandarin Spa including 17 treatment rooms, 3 VIP suites, 3 couples' suites, rasul and hamam. Fitness centre, Pilates, spinning and yoga studios The arrival of the prestigious Manadarir Oriental chain is another indication that Vegas courts sophistication. With its 47- storey glass facade, this 5-star resort that brings Eastern chic to the Strip is connected to the rest of CityCenter by glass-enclosed sky bridges. Unlike most hotels, guests will check in on the 23rd floor at the Sky Lobby with dramatic views of the Las Vegas skyline through a wall of glass. This hotel is all about luxury and service and doesn't pander to any of the gaudy excesses of the town it's in, though it will help you toaccess them! 
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