Top 10 Hotels for New Year's Eve in Las Vegas
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
This 60-acre tropical oasis features a shark aquarium and terrific celebrity chef dining.
Surrounded by more than 5,000 palm trees, this resort boasts an 11-acre tropical lagoon featuring a kid-friendly lazy river ride and an adult-oriented topless pool. Accommodations are done in a clean, modern style that features a palette of soft garden colors and soothing, patterned wall coverings. Suites range in size from 550 to 1,500 square feet, and choice rooms include floor-to-ceiling windows, separate his-and-hers closets, multi-jet spa tubs and two flat-screen televisions. In addition, there are two boutique hotels in the property: Delano and Four Seasons.
With a 50-foot octagonal skylight as its centerpiece, the adjoining Mandalay Place houses more 40 restaurants and shops. Dining highlights range from Libertine Social (creative gastropub fare) and Aureole (steak and seafood from Charlie Palmer) to Fleur by Hubert Keller (global small plates) and Rick Moonen’s RM Seafood (sushi, raw bar and seafood). Along with the lazy river, Mandalay Beach boasts a wave pool and sandy beach, while the 30,000 square foot Spa Mandalay is a much welcome sanctuary amid the hotel's buzzy scene. For entertainment, there is the spectacular Shark Reef Aquarium, Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson ONE and the House of Blues with its popular Sunday Gospel Brunch. The state-of-the-art, 2.1 million-square-foot Convention Center is a top Vegas pick for major trade shows and conferences.
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