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Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is a sophisticated luxury hotel and residences prominently located at the entrance of CityCenter, a magnificent urban resort destination at the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Awarded the esteemed AAA Five Diamond Award rating and the coveted Forbes Five-Star award for its Spa, the property offers fine-dining, a relaxing Spa, spectacular accommodations and legendary service all steps away from some of the city’s most renown casinos, shopping and entertainment.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is a 27,000-square-foot oasis for serenity and rejuvenation. This 1930’s Shanghai-designed spa was developed to reflect the glamour and fusion from that era. This two-level relaxation haven features a menu based on Eastern methodologies with Western applications. The Spa includes 17 treatment rooms, including seven couple’s suites, multiple relaxation and water experiences, a Rhassoul for women and a co-ed Hammam. An expansive Fitness Center with Technogym cardiovascular and strength equipment are also available.
Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas’ concierges are experts at securing tables at the city’s most popular restaurants and arranging tickets for sought-after events. They can also arrange airport limousine service as well as city and area tours.
MANDARIN STYLE IS PURE LUXURY
Located at the heart of the world renowned Las Vegas strip and the forefront of CityCenter, Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas creates the perfect harmony of 21st century luxury and oriental charm. Acting as a design consultant for Adamson Associates Architects, Tihany Design created an urban oasis. The ground-floor lobby has a dramatic, dark, sexy, and distinctly Asian atmosphere. Its quiet elegance is an oasis from the bustle outside. A clean, minimal architectural shell is enhanced by elaborate, decorative fine art, such as a series of Jun Kaneko sculptures and a bespoke oval architectural ceiling feature with a red lacquer exterior and commissioned mural interior. From there, guests take the shuttle up to the 23rd floor Sky Lobby, which has 20-foot high expansive glass windows with an unobstructed view of the city. Guests are greeted by a bespoke “gold buillon” wall representative of prosperity and good fortune in the Chinese culture. Low hanging parasol light fixtures draw guests into the Tea Lounge, where they can enjoy a variety of teas. Jack Goldstein’s Volcano 3 painting, part of CityCenter’s Fine Art program, adds a sense of dynamism and a focal point to the Tea Lounge, juxtaposed to the view of Las Vegas.
The 94-seat Mandarin Bar, also on the 23rd floor, is surrounded on three sides by floor to ceiling glass windows. Dark wood floors, patterned blue and solid burgundy fabric paneled walls & ceiling, and midnight blue mohair covered furniture create a dark and intimate mood. On the opposite end of the Sky Lobby an all glass suspended wine loft draws visitors to Twist by Pierre Gagnaire. Platforms throughout the fine dining space allow each table a view of the city below through 20-foot high windows. Cracked plaster art walls resemble broken eggshells while 316 cast-glass light spheres, hovering above the guests, cast beautifully soft light on the tables. A dark plum-colored custom carpet with cool grey undulating lines reinforces the patterns of the broken eggshells.
Guest rooms are also a haven from the stir of Las Vegas Boulevard. Upon entering, guests are welcomed by a view to the room straight ahead and a generous walk-in closet and bathroom, both to one side. Natural light permeates the clean, modern room and bathroom through large windows. A custom glass wall with vertical etching separates the living and bathing areas, giving the entire space an open feel. Three luxurious Presidential suites are also available, each with its own style – an Asian-inspired room, a black and white contemporary room, and an art deco room on the 20th, 21st, and 22nd floors, respectively.
Located on the 7th and 8th floors is a 27,000 square foot spa which continues the Mandarin’s Asian style, with yellow, black, and gold accents throughout. A full service gym is available with a separate yoga studio, his & her locker rooms which connect to the pool deck, a beauty salon, and Chinese Foot Spa. The world-class spa facility includes: ten single and seven couple’s treatment rooms, separate his/her steam rooms, a women’s Rhassoul, men’s sauna, unisex Hammam, Laconium Rooms, Vitality Pools, Experience Showers, Tepidarium Chairs, ice fountains, and a Zen Relaxation Room to enjoy while waiting for their treatments. From the spa, guests of the hotel can further relax on the sleek 8th floor pool deck with two lap pools, two hot tubs, 160 chaise lounges, and 20 cabanas which are elevated on platforms for privacy.
The third floor is accessible from the shuttle, hotel, and separate ballroom elevators, and houses the all-day dining restaurant, MOzen Bistro, which has a clean, minimal, contemporary feel. MOzen has several noteworthy offerings including an exhibition noodle bar, rotisserie and grill and a sushi bar. Brown leather banquettes offer seating below a series of black and white architectural photographs by Bram Tihany. Also located on the third floor is the main ballroom, tailored in luxurious paldao veneer and seating up to 440 people for private events, as well as several private meeting and function rooms and the business center. Located across from the Arrival Lobby and right on Las Vegas Boulevard, guests can fall in love with an assortment of coffee, tea, pastries, and gelatos at Amore Patisserie. The romantic design includes zodiac symbols that appear to be scrolled in icing across the wall above the counter with brilliant showcases for the delectable treats.
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