A striking resort inspired by ancient Egyptian history.
This property can stack nine Boeing 747s in its 350-foot-tall pyramid's 29-million-square-foot atrium, which is encased in some eleven acres of glass. It is named after upper Egypt's most exotic tourist destination and stays true to its theme throughout. The mega-resort is known for the fact that nearly every one of its 2,455 pyramid rooms provides a dazzling view of the Strip and the outlying valley. Each of the towers' Junior One-Bedroom Suites has a wet bar and tub with spa jets. The property is connected to the Mandalay Bay Resort by Mandalay Place, an upscale shopping mall in a 300-plus-foot-long sky bridge that includes numerous dining options including Burger Bar and Slice of Vegas. Nightlife options include dancing at LAX, mingling at Savile Row and lounging at Aurora, the lobby bar with a view of the casino. Keeping entertained is a cinch with shows such as Jabbawockeez, Carrot Top and Fantasy, not to mention attractions such as Score! Interactive Sports and Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. Dining options are abundant with steak at Tender, Asian at Rice and Co, Mexican at Tacos and Tequila, and good old-fashioned pub food at Public House Las Vegas.