The Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas has a lot going for it. Opened at the end of 2009, it’s the only established hotel brand in the 67-acre, multi-billion-dollar CityCenter development. Mandarin Oriental’s overall reputation for superior quality and service in a calm, Asian-inspired environment is reproduced well here.
Among all the CityCenter properties, the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas also has the benefit of standing closest to the Las Vegas Strip. Whenever you want to experience the excitement of the city, it’s right around the corner.
Blessed by a feng shui master, the hotel’s eastern ethos and design are in contrast to noisy, jangling gaming hotels (the nearest casino is in Aria, the largest hotel in CityCenter). Rooms are located on the floors below the lobby, which makes visitors known and adds to guests’ security.
Guests checking in at the serene and soothing 23rd-floor sky lobby are offered tea and a moist towel upon arrival. There they receive key cards to use to access both the elevator and their private quarters.