Designed to accommodate Mandalay Bay's loyal, luxury-loving guests.
A very modern contrast to its sister property, Mandalay Bay, THEhotel opened in December 2003 between the resort's theater and parking garage. The $250 million, 43-story, all-suite tower houses a smoke-free 24-hour lobby café, a lounge with a billiards room and the very trendy Mix restaurant, with a menu by Alain Ducasse. Located on the top floor, this dining venue is accompanied by a hot lounge that even boasts views from its restrooms. The 1,117 ultra-spacious one- and two-bedroom suites with separate living and sleeping areas are subdued, with soothing (and trendy) charcoal and cocoa tones. They are enhanced by cool extras such as 42-inch plasma TVs and wet bars. Bedroom suites are available on the third to sixth floors, adjacent to the 5,000 square feet of conference and banquet space, for the convenience of conventioneers. The Bathhouse spa complements the original tower's 30,000-square-foot Spa Mandalay. Separate check-in and a lack of casino make this an ideal property for visitors with children or those looking for a Las Vegas experience without the gaming element.