3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.121682 -115.175721
Daily 24 hours
The Mirage's newly-redesigned guest rooms feature rich hues and imported fabrics in a refined atmosphere of sophisticated comfort. Many rooms are available with breathaking views of the tropical pool, majestic mountains or Las Vegas Strip.
Feel the thrill of an erupting volcano or come face-to-face with some of the world's most awe-inspiring animals.
The Mirage's lush paradise offers a friendly and knowledgeable staff to make your gaming experience most enjoyable.
Enter this tropical atmosphere, surrounded by palm trees and lush foliage, and a different world that is exotic, enchanting and full of adventure lies before you.
Experience ... The Mirage.
Excellent Customer Service – Great casino, sports bar and hotel room. Room service is very attentive to requests however when requesting a replacement iron because the one in the room left rust on a new white shirt I don't think that I should have been charged for a room service delivery.
Excellent Hotel – Awesome Hotel. We loved the dolphin swim. The ammenities were excellent and the in house restaurants were better than most outside the hotel.
Favorite hotel on the strip – Wonderful location at the heart of the strip. Rooms are very nice and spacious. Service everywhere is wonderful. Very relaxed atmosphere. Best pool in town.
reinvented – Mirage is a cool place to stay, especially with its recent attempts at changing its image. Jet has brought a younger crowd to the hotel, so if you want to be around the 20's-30's crowd you can find it here. The restaurants have improved. The basic rooms are ok, but they are certainly average. Small room and out-dated bathroom. If you want a nice room upgrade to a newer or nicer room.
Dramatic volcanic explosions welcome guests at this impressive, exotic oasis. – In Short
A volcano erupts every hour after dark, a rainforest dominates the atrium and a 20,000-gallon aquarium captivates guests at the front desk, transforming this desert resort into a lush tropical paradise. On-site is Siegfried & Roy's extraordinary Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat, a climate-controlled "mini-zoo" for many of the famed duo's beloved animals. Get your dance on at Jet nightclub, or laugh it up with impressionist Danny Gans at his self-named theater.
Vegas Classic – The Mirage is a timeless place on the strip, which is why I've been coming for years. When you stay in the Penthouse suites, the sky's the limit. It's safe to assume comps, swag, transportation by limo, and the hottest guest lists in town.
At the pool, book a cabana. You get privacy, tv, ceiling fan, plenty of snacks, sunscreen, pool floats, misters to keep you cool all day long, and don't forget the most important part--cabana boys and girls. My last visit took place during the Kentucky Derby and my cabana girl procured some Mint Juleps by race time...yum! Other great menu items include: the quesadillas, burger and fries, and don't forget the icecream from nearby Cocunuts.
The spa is terrific. The gym, salon, and spa facilities are top notch. There are more healthy snacks available in the locker room. I'm a fan of their facials, massages, and mani-pedis.
Unlike some hotel shops, the shops at the Mirage sell clothes you would actually wear: Juicy Couture, Ed Hardy, True Religion, etc.
The Mirage is undergoing an expansion, which means construction. That's the only negative thing I have to say. But that's not keeping me away from seeing LOVE, the Beatles cirque du soleil at the Mirage next weekend.
Our Home Away From Home! – What can I say? This is our "Spot" everytime we go to Vegas: Affordable Rooms, not too smoky, (we're nonsmokers), and I think it's really one of the best-maintained Casinos out there (we've stayed all over Vegas). The ONLY thing that is bad? The Buffet. Don't eat there. Plus, the slots are kinda tight too. The Pool has a great ambience and the drinks are not too pricey. Make sure though, when you go, to ask for the Jacuzzi Tub upgrade. They don't put the option up on the Site, but it's pure heaven.
Very Pricey, Very Unimpressive – Stayed for over $200 a night and tried to go workout in the morning. I had to pay extra to use the treadmills?! Pool was nice and food was ok but casino was drab, smokey and the worst of all that I toured during my stay. I won't stay here again...
Overpriced. Great location. – Only paid $159/night (special rate for a work conference) and still wasn't impressed. Room was a good size & the bathroom was small. There wasn't anything special or luxurious about the room. Some of the towels were a tiny bit worn/thin with light stains. Could hear hallway noise - especially the doors slamming shut. If I didn't have the radio or tv turned on, I could hear the voices and tv from the next room. I expected better sound proofing - especially for the price.
Won't stay again. – Stayed for my husbands 50th BD. Took our grown kids with us. Booked there rooms. Maids walked in to rooms without knocking, took 45 minutes to get our bags from the valet, then they brought the wrong ones. Mikados, very expensive for the quiality of food. Have stayed 5 times before, won't go back.
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