Top 10 Hotels for New Year's Eve in Las Vegas
This classic hotel offers exceptional style and service in an upscale entertainment complex.
Located in the CityCenter development, this LEED Gold-certified hotel resides in a 47-story non-gaming building in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. The lobby is located on the 23rd floor and offers expansive views of the surrounding city. The 392 guest rooms and suites feature earthy Asian style from interior designer Adam Tihany. The effect is soothing, and rooms pamper even further with custom Frette robes, pillow service, 42-inch flat-screen TVs and spacious soaking tubs. The high-end suites are especially seductive with their dramatic style, separate living spaces and extras like sunken tubs and media rooms.
While guests can easily stroll across the skybridge to explore the attractions of CityCenter, the Mandarin Oriental is self-contained. Excellent dining options include Pierre Gagnaire's Twist for creative French cuisine, a GAYOT's Top 40 Restaurants in the U.S. since it opened, and MOzen Bistro serving all-day Asian and American dishes. Mandarin Bar, on the 23rd floor, is one of the best spots to start your evening with a drink and views of Las Vegas. The 27,000 square foot spa boasts a beautiful pool deck with two lap pools. For conferences and social events, the hotel offers three meeting spaces and a ballroom with impressive views of The Strip.
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