Ahhh, Sin City. There’s no greater travel destination for those seeking all the thrills that are exclusive to the desert’s city of lights. But Las Vegas is also a great option for relaxing luxury travel as well as business travel, and many conventions and trade shows are booked at the finest hotels on the Vegas strip.
The Rivkin Travel Review focuses on the best of Vegas, and in this edition we wanted to review the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas Hotel, which is high on the list as a top luxury hotel in sin city. The Nevada establishment is part of the award winning organization that operates some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. This hotel group provides twenty-first century luxury with oriental charm, and the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is one of their finest hotels. It’s the forefront of the CityCenter and located right on the high-energy strip, but guests are pleased by the Mandarin’s showcase of sustainable design, proving that conservation and modern luxury can coexist to deliver comfort and excitement.
The 47-story Mandarin Oriental was built in 2009, and the hotel combines modern style with superior service to provide guests with classic luxury on the Vegas strip. Each of nearly four hundred guest rooms and suites feature sleek, contemporary design with subtle oriental touches by renowned designer Adam Tihany. The Mandarin Oriental offers a variety of fine dining options including Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, the Mandarin Bar and the Tea Lounge, and the 23rd floor sky lobby gives a bird’s eye view of the spectacular city, as well as a non-gaming sense of oriental calm. And this Las Vegas luxury hotel is perfect for hosting any kind of convention, with its meeting facilities that are designed for hosting high-impact events, with functionally adaptable space featuring a ballroom, executive boardroom and a variety of meeting rooms.
Guests can also take advantage of the Oriental’s Spa & Wellness options which focus on healing therapies for the mind, body and soul. The hotel’s spacious spa offers a variety of pampering treatments including Mandarin Oriental’s signature spa therapies, the Luminescence Massage and Body Treatment, and the Oriental Salt Scrub, just to name a few. Yoga and fitness are also available.
Andrew Rivkin loves traveling to Las Vegas for work and play, and the Mandarin Oriental is definitely on the Rivkin Travel Review’s list of top Vegas hotels for both.