Las Vegas and Penthouse Suites are nearly synonymous. Vegas is the city of indulgence and one of my favorites in the United States.

The Mandarin Oriental in Las Vegas is not like any other hotel in the city that I have stayed with. What sets this hotel apart from other 5 star luxury properties is that it does not have a casino. That is the exact reason I was drawn to this hotel. You don’t have to walk through a smoke filled casino to get to your room or have people gambling around the clock below you. It was rather peaceful and I enjoyed the calmness that the hotel offered.

Awarded by Forbes as a triple 5-star luxury hotel. But don’t take their word for it – Book yourself a room at this amazing hotel and experience it for yourself.

The Hotel:

When you arrive at the hotel, you walk in to a gorgeous lobby and take the elevator up to registration. There is something private that I liked about not walking into a crowd of people. When you do get off the elevator, the lobby opens to elevated ceilings and wall length glass, giving you an unparalleled view of the Las Vegas Strip.

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Views of the Las Vegas Strip
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Lobby

Offering 392 well appointed rooms, with subtle Asian touches, true luxury shines at every turn of the corner.

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Hotel Entrance

Penthouse Suite:

During my stay I checked into a Penthouse Suite, located on the 20th floor with 270 degree views of the Las Vegas Strip.

I love the space of the room, coming in at 1701 square feet and offering a bar, dining room, living room, powder room, bedroom with a king size bed, pantry, and full luxury bath made of marble.

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Bar & Dining Room
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Bar
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Living Area
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Decor
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Dining Room
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Dining
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Bedroom
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Pantry Area

My favorite features of the room were the large glass enclosed master bathroom and the living room. The bathroom is absolutely stunning and taking a bath in there made me feel like a queen!

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Penthouse Tub
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Master Bath
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Bath Salts

The living room has a beautiful color palette of red, brown and silver that really draw out the design.

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Penthouse Living Room

When I arrived in my room, the staff had left some welcome treats, macarons! I love these little treats and thought the design was cute.

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Macaron

Room Extras:

  • Airport transportation
  • Pressing service on arrival
  • Complimentary usage of Tian Quan Thermal and Water Experience in the spa
  • Complimentary continental buffet in MOzen Bistro

Additional Room Features:

  • 2 TV’s – one in the living room and one in the bedroom
  • Full length closet space with ample drawer and closet space
  • Full size liquor in the bar for purchase & full use glassware
  • Mini bar items for purchase
  • Nespresso Coffee Machine in the kitchen
  • Desk area and work space

 

Afternoon Tea:

Even if you do not stay at the hotel, I highly recommend booking afternoon tea. The food was phenomenal and the tea selections were divine. Definitely go with the unlimited mimosas as well and get their pineapple juice mimosas!

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Tea Room
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Afternoon Tea
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Afternoon Tea
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Afternoon Tea

Tea service is at 12pm/2pm/4pm.

Other Hotel Features:

The hotel also offers a pool and a spa. I loved spending time out by the pool and it is not like a lot of the other hotels that have pool parties as the pool is for guests and residents only. I enjoyed spending low key time around the pool.

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Pool
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Hammam

Dining:

One of the dining highlights of the Mandarin Oriental in Las Vegas is Twist by Chef Gagnaire – who has a 3 Star Michelin restaurant in Paris. I did not have the time to dine here but I hear the food is exquisite and should not be missed when visiting.

The hotel also offers:

  • Room Service
  • Poolside cafe
  • MOzen Bistro
  • Tea Lounge
  • Mandarin Bar
  • Private Dining

Overall:

I only stayed one night in the hotel but loved my stay. The staff was very gracious, the hotel is stunning and comfortable, I loved that it was not overcrowded with people trying to get to a casino or shopping in the hotel, the food was delectable, I really enjoyed spending time out by the pool during the day and as the sun went down, and I slept like a baby in the comfy bed.

I highly recommend this hotel if you are visiting Vegas and are looking for a luxury stay without all the bustle that some of the other hotels have.

Additional Info:

  • Address: 3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South , 89158 Las Vegas , Nevada
  • Phone: 1 (702) 590 8888
  • Valet and Self Parking available
  • Hotel is Non-Smoking
  • Distance from McCarran International Airport: about 10-15 minutes, depending on traffic
  • Located in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip

 

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26 thoughts

  1. That tub and vanity table screams luxury! I also love hotel rooms that provide a Nespresso machine with a variety of pods. I absolutely love Mandarin Oriental properties. I stayed at one in Miami and it’s still one of my favorite hotels.

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  2. I’ve never been to Las Vegas and I’m not really sure I want to go but if I do, i would stay in this hotel because I like how you said they don’t have a casino. I’m not really a fan of casinos which is why I haven’t been to Vegas but this hotel looks amaaazing! I just wish I could afford it!

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  3. This is a lovely place. I love the fact that it does not have a casino and that definitely makes it near unique in Las Vegas.The ambience of the place is really very appealing. But what really grabbed my attention was the Hammam, it looks so gorgeous.

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  4. I never knew MO had expanded to the US! The westernmost MO hotel I have stayed was in Prague. The luxury is definitely in line with their brand.

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  5. Absolutely stunning – you really can’t beat that view over the strip! I’ve stayed at the Mandarin Oriental in Washington DC, and it’s a fabulous brand. I actually really like that there’s not a casino in the hotel too – I’m not a huge fan of walking through them to get to my room.

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  6. The lack of casino really sets it apart from other Las Vegas hotels and makes it far more appealing. The whole place looks very sleek and modern. That hammam is gorgeous. I wish the ones we went to in Morocco were as beautiful as that. Did you get a hammam bath? A lack of crowds must have been a welcome relief after a day touring. We, unfortunately, stayed in a casino hotel when we visited and I regretted it. I intend to go back in the near future and we will definitely be staying here instead.

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  7. Bookmarking this for a honeymoon splurge, god that hammam spa is stunning! I first was drooling at the luxe bathroom setup but then the amenities are what really sold me,especially the high tea treats! I am a huge fan of tea, but add all those pastries, and you know where I’d be during my whole stay!

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  8. What a gorgeous hotel. The room looks so spacious and luxurious and the afternoon tea looks divine! I love the little added touches in the room, and especially the service of pressing your clothes on arrival. It can be so frustrating when things get creased during travel. x

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  9. The size of the suite is bigger than my house… Lol
    But Mandarin Oriental as a luxury brand has made a name for itself specially due to their over the top service and opulence. The view from the room must be amazing, reminds me of the first look from Hangover movie.
    Stayed at the Mandarin Oriental in Singapore and might I say it was spectacular.

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  10. Just wow. The Mandarin is amazing wherever you go. I’ve been to the DC location. But this Las Vegas one looks like it’s even more luxurious than DC.

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  11. Wow. I have never been to Vegas yet and I really know that I need to go at some point. But wow this place looks amazing. The food and everything. Not sure that the decorations are particularly Mandarin but they do look beautiful.

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  12. Absolutely awesome Nicole. Not having a casino would be the biggest draw for me. I cannot stand casinos and….gasp….even skipped my friend’s bachelor party in AC because yep, I was doing a house sit, but because they were chilling at the Borgata and mainly at the casino.I do not gamble. I do not drink. Not much to do in a casino for me.

    This place looks sensational.

    Ryan

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  13. I’ve never been to Vegas before but I’ve heard a lot of Friends and colleagues say how fun it is. The Mandarin Oriental is a hotel I’ve always wanted to stay in, in any city, it’s such a stunning-looking hotel and I love the elegant, modern luxury of it compared to some hotels that are more “Old-Word” and a bit dark and old fashioned.

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