THEhotel at Mandalay Bay
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Address: 3950 Las Vegas Blvd South, , Las Vegas, US
No of Rooms: 1117
Location. THEhotel at Mandalay Bay is located on the south Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nev. This hotel is part of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino complex, located less than one mile from the Bali Hai Golf Course, three miles from Madame Tussauds Las Vegas and four miles from the Las Vegas Convention Center. The Las Vegas Strip Trolley stops at the Hotel at Mandalay Bay as it travels along the Las Vegas Strip and into the downtown area. Hotel Features. This property includes a 24 hour caf, a coffee bar serving Starbucks, and a restaurant and lounge located on the top floor. The Bathhouse Spa features slate walls, marble floors, and water features throughout this 14,000 square foot facility. The spa houses a hair salon, eucalyptus infused steam rooms, dry saunas and 12 massage treatment rooms. Spa specialties include hot spiced rum stone massage and crme brulee body treatments. THEgym contains cardiovascular and weight training equipment, and free weights. Guests may access the seven outdoor pools, the casino, the restaurants and bars, shops, and the Shark Reef Aquarium located at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. Guestrooms. This 43 story hotel offers 1,117 contemporary guestrooms with neutral color schemes and dark wood furniture. Beds are dressed with 300 thread count linens and silver brown comforters. Bedrooms include 44 inch flat screen televisions, while living rooms house 45 inch flat screen plasma televisions. Tech savvy enhancements include MP3 adaptors and DVD players. Floor to ceiling windows frame city or mountain views in select rooms. Laptop compatible, in room safes are complimentary. High speed wired and wireless Internet access is available, for a fee. Expert Tip. Glass enclosed elevators deliver guests to MIX Lounge, located on the hotel's top floor. The nightclub adjoins MIX Restaurant which is overseen by world renowned chef Alain Ducasse. The nightclub's public restrooms may offer one of the Strip's more thrilling attractions. Individual stalls feature floor to ceiling windows so that guests literally sit on the edge of their seat as they overlook the Strip's panorama.