Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino – a Las Vegas Strip Hotel

From the Shark Reef to the sandy beach, the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino brings the tropics to the heart of the desert in this luxuriously tropical Las Vegas resort.

Mandalay Bay Hotel
Mandalay Bay Hotel

Mandalay Bay Hotel

Unlike any other resort in Las Vegas, the Mandalay Bay Hotel offers towering views from the south side of the Strip.

Stay above the shady palm trees of the Mandalay Bay in the towering Four Seasons Hotel, located exclusively on the top of the Mandalay Bay, 35 stories high. Or choose to stay at Mandalay Bay’s boutique hotel, THE hotel, featuring all suites in its own tower 43-stories up. Reaching new heights in luxury living, these suites are large, modern, and sophisticated, with dog-friendly rooms available and amenities all their own.

Bring it down to the pool level at this tropical resort, and indulge in Las Vegas resort-style beach life at its finest. The Mandalay Bay pool area is set on 11 acres, with unique features such as: real sand, a wave pool, a comfortable beach side casino, and beach side concerts during the summer. Adding to the beach-like pool area at the Mandalay Bay are luxurious amenities like cabanas, bungalows, day beds, and villas to rent for that all-exclusive experience. Adding to the tropical trip at this Las Vegas beach is their top-optional, or “Toptional,” private pool area: Moorea.

The party never stops in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Hotel. With a popular day club and an extraordinary nightclub on site, party goers need not even leave the property to experience a proper Las Vegas club life. The Mandalay Bay’s DayLight Beach Club made the scene as one of the Strip’s premier day party spots. And once the day is partied away, keep on going at Mandalay Bay’s dazzling nightclub, Light. The city of lights comes to life at this Las Vegas nightclub, living up to its name with intense visual & lighting effects, gigantic LED screens, light shows, world-class DJs, and Cirque du Soleil performers dancing the night away alongside Light party goers.

The Mandalay Bay Hotel takes this tropical resort to the next level with their very own Shark Reef. Take a tour of the Shark Reef and experience this unique underwater spectacle featuring exotic ocean dwellers such as: sawfish, giant rays, endangered green sea turtles, piranha, jellyfish, and a rare golden crocodile, bringing the depths of the ocean to the middle of the Las Vegas desert.

Entertainment comes easy while at the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, with the one-of-a-kind Cirque du Soleil show, Michael Jackson: ONE. This must-see is a theatrical journey inspired by the music and life of the King of Pop. Also, check out up-to-date event listings for concerts at the Beach, the House of Blues, and other exclusive performances at the Mandalay Bay Events Center.

While staying at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, enjoy fine dining featuring specialty restaurants and celebrity chefs in abundance. For a clubhouse steakhouse, join celebrity chef Charlie Palmer at Charlie Palmer Steak decadent dining experience. Also located at the Mandalay Bay is Palmer’s Aureole, an award winning four-story wine tower featuring over 3,000 bottles via a touch screen list. The most notable selections at this wine tower includes a 1961 bottle of Chateau Petrus holding a $4,500 value.

Another celebrity chef featured at the Mandalay Bay Hotel is Wolfgang Puck. Known for his specialty dishes and exclusive flavors, Trattoria del Lupo serves Rome-inspired Italian food from a constantly changing menu, always re-invented. For different spin on dining, visit the House of Blues music venue, which hosts two dining options: The Foundation Room, which comes with its own view of the Las Vegas Strip, serving steaks, duck, and other fine meat selections, and the Crossroads at House of Blues, which serves the ever-popular Sunday World Famous Gospel Brunch.

The Mandalay Bay Hotel brings Las Vegas to a world away, basking in the luxurious tropics for a stay and play that is unbeatable.

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