A lush, tropical-themed resort, Mandalay Bay offers a variety of accommodations that extend beyond the relaxed ambiance of its main towers. Breeze from the South Pacific into to the Miami-inspired luxury of the Delano, a contemporary all-suite adjoining tower, just footsteps from the casino floor. With an enviable location on the southern tip of The Strip (just a short distance from the famous Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign), Mandalay Bay not only features all the comforts of home, but an array of restaurants, attractions, bars and entertainment options that are worlds beyond the ordinary, too.
Mandalay Bay’s 3,200 rooms and suites each offer a king or two double beds and can accommodate up to four guests, all with jaw-dropping views of The Strip and its nearby mountain ranges. The average Deluxe room measures 500 square feet, with suites up to 6,670 square feet that are lavishly appointed to meet the even most discerning traveler’s tastes.
Mandalay Bay has three pools, a sand-covered beach, machine-made waves, hot tubs and a lazy river. Private bungalows and 16 cabanas offer intimate opulence near the water, while Moorea Beach Club and DAYLIGHT Beach Club allow sunbathers to expose themselves to a taste of tantalizing excitement – including the beats of the world’s hottest DJs. Aquatica adventure awaits away from the pools, too, as the famed Shark Reef is a treat for both young and old.
Many celebrity chefs call Mandalay Bay home, as food wizards like Wolfgang Puck, Charlie Palmer, Akira Back, Hurbert Keller and Rick Moonen all serve their unique and elegant fare at some of the resort’s 15 restaurants. For an incredible dining experience suited for special occasions or celebrations, head to the top floor of the Delano to miX. While it’ll soon be changing its name to Rivea and swapping its style for Mediterranean, this lounge-style venue will still provide one of the most breathtaking and uncomparable views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Never short on entertainment, Mandalay Bay hosts legendary musical acts at the House of Blues and pays tribute to another legend with its new Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil show that’s guaranteed to get you on feet to sing and groove to the King of Pop’s best-known hits. The acrobatic feats of Cirque du Soleil’s performers continue well into the wee hours of the morning at LIGHT Nightclub, where party-goers can sip decadent drinks and dance to the EDM tracks spun live by chart-toppers like Alesso.
The Shoppes at Mandalay Place, connected to the Luxor, are an ideal venue to explore and discover some of Las Vegas’ most unique boutiques, art galleries and souvenir hotspots. With the Las Vegas Sock Market, one of just two Nike Golf stores in the world and a mesmerizing display of Australian-turned-local photographer Peter Lik’s shots of natural wonder included in this area perfect for strolling, you’ll have a chance to take everything in before heading out to explore the rest of Las Vegas – including nearby Bali Hai Golf Club.