|""Great Location, Great Value, Excellent staff!""||(in 254 reviews)|
|"Good staff and great location."||(in 196 reviews)|
|"Loved the room service pizza!"||(in 56 reviews)|
|"The compulsory resort fees!"||(in 35 reviews)|
|"The view was horrible."||(in 31 reviews)|
|"Room cleanliness was non existent."||(in 207 reviews)|
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Bed was comfortable but we had two queen beds because the king bedroom was not ready
Stop the resort fees. Also, the pools were closed for maintenance
We always stay in a penthouse suite. They are awesome. Huge!
Staff , location amenities
Comfortable rooms. Good location.
No coffee in rooms, Cost
Location, Love Cirque du Soleil, comfortable bed
Air Conditioned in the casino and social areas was too intense, the room looked old.
Liked the room. We chose one overlooking the city. The view I would have to say may not have been the best. It was on the 16th floor - overlooking the city and part of the pool. I think we spent a few minutes trying to get the kids to look at it but that was the only chance. When looking down you could see a roof of the casino along with the pool - about 24% of the view was the hotel itself.
Really not child friendly. We had two younger children with us. Hotel indicated at first that we could not have 2 child beds because the room would be too small. (even though we had reserved a larger one for 4 people with better views). I picked 4 people though we had 2 kids and 2 adults just to make sure there was enough room. When we arrived in the room saw that there was plenty of room. Hotel indicated that beds for kids are 40$ a bed.... The bar fridge was unlocked - and the one that could stand/walk instantly attempted to open it up. Called the hotel staff about locking it (lots of liquor). They said they would but never did. Extremely dangerous!!! Next morning, at ~8am, one of the children woke up and then that triggered the second one (one had a crib, the other one was sleeping on the bed boxed in with pillows). Security prompt showed up at our doors recommending that we take the kids for a walk. This is almost impossible to do with kids waking up. We spent the next 40 minutes getting ready walking like there were eggshells on the ground - being very careful. In the end, we left that day. We didn't want to spend another day having to worry about noise with the neighbors - by the way, this was not new, we indicated we had children when booking the room. If you have young children - would not recommend this place. Likely we will not go back again.
The spa was fantastic. The services and staff were incredible.
The check-in process, bed, and cleanliness of the room could have been better.
Good balance between price and quality
It needs a renewal already it’s gettin old
Clean hotel and rooms
Issues with room key deactivating 3 different days during 6 day stay and problems with checking out. Unable to count booked trip towards rewards with hotel if not booked through hotel directly.
Food was very pricey. Whatever happed to cheap buffets? An egg/bacon sandwich and 2 cups of coffee were $26
The room is spacious and they had connecting rooms.
The hotel staff gave wrong information on the pick up location and we missed our pick up shuttle to the airport
Best Bang for your Buck!!!
The staff are some of the friendliest, most efficient and professional I've ever come across!!! They are so very helpful. The Pantry restaurant has some of the best food on the strip, which is handy if you don't want to go far to eat. The pool is awesome! Roomy enough to accommodate plenty of people.
The hotel is a tad bit dated but clean, tidy and well maintained. I will never get used to walking through the casino cigarette smoke to get to the elevators that take you to your room. It's awful and everything reeks of stale smoke, including any clothes you wear as you walk through the casino.
Located on the Las Vegas Strip, The Mirage is an award-winning Four-Diamond resort that offers luxurious accommodation in a tropical-themed space. The mega-resort boasts an iconic volcano and houses over 3,000 rooms, including multi-bedroom villas with private pools.
The Mirage also offers over a dozen fine and casual dining restaurants, including the Paradise Café, The Still, STACK, Carnegie Delicatessen, and a classic-style buffet at Cravings. In addition, it has an excellent 17-treatment-room spa where guests can relax, as well as an outdoor pool area with lounges and luxury private cabanas. Visitors also get to choose from other amenities including a state-of-the-art gym and a large atrium complete with trees, blossoming plants, and waterfalls.
At night, the resort offers world-class shows and entertainment, ranging from family-friendly performances by Cirque du Soleil to nightly acts by top comedians and musicians. It also hosts a nightclub, as well as dynamic casino experience with a full roster of games.
The hotel’s location in the heart of Las Vegas offers a lovely view and easy access to The Strip. It also puts it within close proximity to many of the city’s top shopping and nightlife destinations The Mirage sits across from Madame Tussauds and next to Caesars Palace. It’s also situated just about a mile from a golf course and less than five miles from the McCarran International Airport. The Mirage offers a daily free trams service that connects guests to the neighboring Treasure Island Hotel and Casino to the north.
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An Uber from the airport will cost approximately $15 and the journey takes roughly 20m. If you arrive at Terminal 1, take the elevator up to the second level to meet your driver. Alternatively, if you land at Terminal 3, head downstairs to the Valet Level where your ride will await you.
Take an aerial view of wonders such as the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam with Maverick Helicopters. A 4h round trip from the hotel will cost you approximately $544 per person, including luxury transport to and from the helicopter terminal on the Las Vegas Strip while a shorter nighttime experience is available for $104.
Enjoy the culinary wizardry of renowned chef Tom Colicchio at his Heritage Steak restaurant. Book a table between 5:00 pm and 10:00 pm on any night of the week to appreciate the tantalizing fusion of traditional charcoal grilling and modern interpretation.
Take your workout to the next level with a personal trainer at the The Mirage Fitness Center. For $70 you can obtain the services of an industry professional who will guide you through a personalized 1h session. Switch up your exercise and participate in Dolphin Yoga, an energizing class that is held in the underwater viewing area. Held daily between Sunday and Friday, the 1h yoga session can be purchased for $50.
Head down to the Sports Bar on the Casino Floor for wall-to-wall action. Broadcasting live action from across the world on crystal-clear 85-inch screens, you’re guaranteed to have the best view in the house.
Frolic in the sun at Bare Pool Lounge without the hassle of children. With free admission before 12:00 pm for The Mirage guests, you can enjoy the poolside DJs and full-service bar all day long. Jump in the luxurious pools to cool off or soak up the rays in plush daybeds and lounges.
For a tasty but healthy after-dinner indulgence, wander across to the Retail Promenade where you will find Blizz Frozen Yogurt. Featuring a delicious menu that is packed with smoothies, non-fat frozen yogurts and waffles, you’ll discover the perfect late-night dessert. Open until 10:00 pm throughout the week and staying open an extra hour on Friday and Saturday nights, there is ample opportunity to fit in a healthy treat.
The hotel has specialized Dog Friendly Rooms which offer cooked meals and butler services such as a walk in the park. A designated outdoor area is available for you to take your dog during your stay, and they must be kept on a leash when moving throughout the hotel. A maximum of two dogs can be brought with you and they must not weigh more than a combined 100 pounds, with a $75 fee per dog, per day applied. (Prices checked 26/04/19).
The Mirage Hotel and Casino is located at 3400 Las Vegas Boulevard South in The Strip, 6.8 km from the centre of Las Vegas. Mirage Hotel Volcano Show is the closest landmark to The Mirage Hotel and Casino.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Mirage Hotel and Casino.
No, The Mirage Hotel and Casino does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Mirage Hotel and Casino does not offer free parking.
No, The Mirage Hotel and Casino does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Mirage Hotel and Casino is 4.5 km from Las Vegas McCarran. The Mirage Hotel and Casino is 34.3 km from Las Vegas Boulder City.
Yes, The Mirage Hotel and Casino has a pool on-site.
The Mirage Hotel and Casino has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.