Blending classic Las Vegas sophistication with an unlikely beach experience, Mandalay Bay truly is unlike any other resort on the Strip. As well as offering all the hallmarks of Las Vegas - a decadent casino, luxurious spa, and an array of nightlife options - it also boasts a unique 11-acre beach facility with wave pool, lazy river and 2,700 tonnes of real sand.
Dine in style at 20 unique signature restaurants with world-renowned celebrity chefs, first-class service and truly delectable cuisine. From bold Mexican flavours and authentic Italian to traditional Japanese menus and artisan beef dishes, there really is something for everyone.
The overall theme of the resort is one of casual elegance, providing a taste of luxury with unparalleled relaxation. A stay at Mandalay Bay ensures an authentic Vegas experience.
The unique Mandalay Bay is home to an impressive array of facilities spread across the 11-acre resort. Indulge at 20 unique restaurants and sip classic cocktails at one of the four lounge bars. Kick back and relax by one of the swimming pools, lazy river and wave machine or at the expansive private beach area where you can hire private cabanas and beach villas at the stylish beach club. Come night time, try your luck at the three-storey beachside casino, dance the night away in the on-site nightclub, or watch world-class acts in the music hall.
Spa Mandalay is home to a sauna, whirlpool, full menu of treatments, and fully-equipped fitness centre.
Other exciting facilities include aquarium, golf course, entertainment centre, and boutique shops at Mandalay Place.
Food, drink & entertainment
With 20 signature on-site restaurants you'll be spoilt for choice here at the Mandalay Bay resort.
STRIPSTEAK is an inviting bar and dining scene where acclaimed chef Michael Mina takes over his first steakhouse. Border Grill is a vibrant Mexican restaurant overlooking the lazy river serving bold flavours of Mexico and traditional dishes. Aureole's head chef is world-renowned Charlie Palmer who serves artisan beef and fresh seafood. Kumi serves a traditional Japanese menu with a Korean-American twist. Lupo is Wolfgang Puck's first Italian restaurant boasting exhibition pizza, antipasto, dessert station, and wine room.
Other restaurants include: Rick Moonen's RM Seafood, RX Boiler Room, Raffles Cafe, Bayside Buffet, Crossroads at House of Blues, Slice of Vegas, Fleur by Hubert Keller, Hussong's Cantina, Noodle Shop, Beach Bar & Grill, Burger Bar, Sports Book Grill, Starbucks, Sea Breeze Ice Cream & Juices, and Yogurt In.
Kick back in one of the stylish lounges and bars, whether you're looking for romantic evening of drinks or if you want to dance the night away, you'll find it all right here. Light Nightclub provides a new nightclub experience with its blend of cutting-edge design and live DJs, Fat Tuesday is home to the famous 190 Octane Daiquiri and the world's largest selection of frozen drinks, and Ri Ra Irish Pub brings an authentic taste of Ireland to Las Vegas.
Other bars and lounges include: Orchid Lounge, Evening Call, Eyecandy Sound Lounge, House of Blues Foundation Room, Minus 5 Ice Lounge, Mizuya Lounge, Red Square, and Charlie Palmer Steak Lounge.
Sport, games & activities
The Shark Reef Aquarium is home to over 2,000 marine animals where you can get up close and personal on a shark dive, feed the manta rays and sea turtles on a guided tour, or hand lunch to the resident zebra sharks. Don't miss the brand-new Sea Monsters Revealed exhibition showing uniquely preserved sea creatures.
Try your luck at the on-site casino or book tickets to see your favourite artist at the Events Centre, House of Blues Music Hall or concert on the beach, hosting some of the world's biggest headline acts.
The Mandalay Bay resort is home to over 3,300 lavish guest rooms and suites ranging from deluxe rooms to 60th floor hospitality suites. Plush textiles, contemporary art and exquisitely designed furnishings are seen throughout the hotel's public areas and accommodation. Rooms are available with beach, Strip or mountain views.
As standard, all rooms feature: en-suite bathroom with glass-enclosed shower and soaking tub, twin vanities with make-up mirror, floor-to-ceiling windows, minibar, complimentary Wi-Fi, desk, seating area, his and hers lighted closets, Simmons EverNU® pillow-topped mattress, clock radio, and LCD TV.
With its roulette wheels, dazzling shows and little white chapels, Las Vegas doesn't really need an introduction. Cruise along the iconic strip and you'll feel like you're on the set of a hundred Hollywood films as you pass the gleaming arcades and show-stopping hotels.
But there's more to this desert city than neon lights and late nights; head into the wilderness on a drive to Death Valley or take a trip to the breathtaking Grand Canyon. Best viewed by helicopter, this jaw-dropping wonder has to be seen in real life to be believed. Back on the glittering Strip, there's non-stop shopping, spectacular entertainment, white knuckle rides and gargantuan all-you-can-eat buffets to enjoy. With their amazing themes and landmark features, hotels in Las Vegas are destinations in themselves.
We've picked out some of our favourites to make your stay in Sin City simply unforgettable.
Las Vegas' desert climate means temperatures vary from cool on winter nights to absolutely scorching on summer days. Generally, daytime highs rarely dip below the teens, making Las Vegas a popular holiday destination at every time of year. Visit in spring and autumn for warm, pleasant days.
The casinos and clubs in Las Vegas are open 24/7, so you could be forgiven for wanting some serious downtime during the day. Chill out by a cool pool and recharge your batteries ready for another night of fun. If you do want to keep going in the day, there are a plethora of museums, white knuckle rides and attractions at your disposal. The shopping's phenomenal, with some of the biggest malls on the planet and excellent discount outlets. Out of the city, the Nevada Desert and the mesmerising Grand Canyon are real must-see sights.
You can eat food from just about anywhere in the world in Las Vegas. Along the Strip and in the hotels, you'll find cuisine from Japan, China, Italy, the Caribbean and beyond. Dining in Las Vegas brings a whole new meaning to the term ‘all you can eat' with eye-popping buffets open all over the city. Head downtown for even bigger portions and cheaper prices. If you're looking for a fast fix of burger, pizza or fries, you've come to the right place.
Las Vegas rocks at night time – and there are literally hundreds of things to do. Of course there are the casinos (the highest concentration of them on the planet, as it happens) but you'll also find concerts from big name artists, circus shows, awesome theatre productions, stylish cocktail lounges, late bars and nightclubs. Take a trip along the Strip in the evening to capture the electric atmosphere and twinkling lights.
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