Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

For those who love to be sequestered—and pampered as formally as possible – the 392-room Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is a beautiful ode to elegant Asian touches (designed by Adam Tihany) and solemnly perfect service – even the valets hand you your ticket with both hands and a slight bow. Nothing has been overlooked, from the delightful Shanghai Tang toiletries, to Frette bathrooms, to a not-to-miss high tea on the 23rd floor. The intimate 23rd floor Mandarin Bar is one of the most elegant rooms in which to end a perfect evening out.

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