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Mandarin Oriental

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by steilkurve, Aug 9, 2012.

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  1. steilkurve

    steilkurve Newbie

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    Was in Vegas last week-end. For our 6th visit, we decided to try a non gaming hotel, Mandarin Oriental. We were absolutely impressed. Shot a video of our Strip View suite for those interested. See link below. Any question on the hotel, don't hesitate.

    [YOUTUBE]ALqbNrAxGuo[/YOUTUBE]
     
  2. ant1433

    ant1433 Low-Roller

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    If you don't mind me asking..how much?
     
  3. Lastkaii

    Lastkaii Low-Roller

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    Awesome video, I have been interested in staying there as well. Same from the poster above, just wondering what rate you were paying for the suite?
     
  4. zamboni

    zamboni VIP Whale

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    A few months ago, Mandarin Oriental was LV's #1 rated hotel on tripadvisor. It was #2 the other day. I read reviews and it sounds like a great place
     
  5. steilkurve

    steilkurve Newbie

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    It was $579 for the first two nights and the last was free. Still not chreap but the free night made it more tolerable!
     
  6. kmarcin

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    Do you mean $579/night for the first 2 nights or $579 total for the first 2 nights?
     
  7. mongo380

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    Wow! That's a great looking suite. Thanks for posting the video.
     
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    steilkurve Newbie

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    Sorry. It was $579 per night for the first two nights and then the last one was free.
     
  9. PSM

    PSM Low-Roller

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    Looks like a nice place. How far was the walk from the elevator to the nearest casino?
     
  10. steilkurve

    steilkurve Newbie

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    About 5 minutes to Aria.
     
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    I do it in around 2 minutes.
     
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    Since I'll NEVER be able to afford that type of room in Vegas....thanks for posting the video! Looks amazing.

    :beer:
     
  13. StudiodeKadent

    StudiodeKadent Tourist

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    The Mandarin Oriental is fantastic. The service is always phenomenal, and I've never even stayed there but when I visit their bar they always make me feel very welcome.

    Also, compared to other Mandarin Orientals around the world, the Vegas one is extremely inexpensive. Honestly, get a room midweek and spend a few nights... you won't regret it.
     
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    Hands down my favorite hotel in Las Vegas.. the wife and I try to have a weekend Staycation there at least once a month :) The service is exceptional, the food at Twist and MOzen fantastic, and the bar makes awesome cocktails! Be sure to try the Beckett!
     
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    golfnut Low-Roller

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    Since there is no casino how do they offer comps or do they? Looks very similar to Aria's corner suite. So my question is this. If they don't have a casino to track play for comped rooms why stay the if your going to gamble at all? You could stay at Aria in a corner suite and potentially get your room comped that trip or maybe offers for an upcoming trip. Just a thought let me know if I'm thinking wrong.
     
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