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What We Love

  • Floor-to-ceiling windows offer commanding views up the Strip
  • Non-gaming and mostly non-smoking hotel tower is a short walk from the casino action

What To Know

  • Far south Strip location requires long walks or taxis
  • Property has free parking
  • Noise from Mix lounge can reach upper-floor rooms
  • A resort fee per night will be collected at the property upon check-in


  •  Bar
  •  Casino
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Luxe suites, a sumptuous spa, and eats by Alain Ducasse in a sleek non-gaming tower

The Lowdown

Mandalay Bay has everything you could ask of Vegas: a tropical-themed casino, lots of restaurants and a happening pool scene. Close to the action but more subdued, the non-gaming The Delano—located in a connected tower—feels like a boutique property in spite of its 1,117 rooms, with its own art-filled lobby and check-in, full-service spa (the Bathhouse) and top-floor see-and-be-seen Mix by Alain Ducasse. The Delano’s suites are among the largest in the city at 725 square feet, and they come with floor-to-ceiling views of mountains, Mandalay Beach or the Strip. Soft browns, gunmetal flourishes and Deco furniture create a noir glam vibe, but the details are all about comfort: plush linens, a separate half bath with soaking tub, two plasma televisions and—this is Vegas, after all—a wet bar. The 64th-floor crown of the property is the Michelin-starred Mix, Alain Ducasse’s first Vegas venture, which is clad in white and silver and has a massive chandelier of 15,000 hand-blown glass spheres. In the evening it is transformed into the pulsating Lounge at Mix, one of the area’s hippest clubs. It draws a glittery crowd of travelers and locals to its balcony, which has spectacular views of the Strip. But before you hit up the club, hit the spa: Bathhouse, the tower’s elegant first-floor spa and gym, is equipped with hot and cold pools and saunas incorporated into an almost labyrinthine design done up in black slate, glass and soothing underfoot waterfalls.

In the Area

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How to Get There

Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay
3940 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89119 United States


Great Stay

Great, large suites, beautiful views. Comfortable bed and sofa. I suggest bringing your own Coke products because they only have Pepsi products. And K-cups for the Keurig in the room. We love the Rivea for dinner and Skyfall lounge is a great view of the Strip at night. Della’s Kitchen was good for brunch! Grits were the best!

Medical meeting

A huge place that contained several major conventions well. Standard quality restaurants. Dated carpet in hotel. Room amenities are sub par and ridiculously expensive. If you take an item out of the mini bar to look at it and replace it the charge is $50!!! I was charged without any notice$84 for 6 cups of lousy in room coffee and$18 for a bottle of water. In even the lowest level hotel chains these items are complimentary. CHEAPEST HOTEL EVER!!!

Stay at the Wynn

The mattress was worn out. I was told there was no other room to put me in for two out of three of the days we stayed there. Then I should’ve been offered an upgrade. The bathroom shelves were dusty and there was hair in the tub and near the toilet. We were misinformed that there was no exercise room, only a room with cardio machines. So we did not bother to get a check for two days. When we did mosey down to the “cardio” room we found that there were free weights and other machines besides cardio. Train your employees please. Especially if they are checking your guest in.I will not stay at this location again. We usually stay at the Wynn. Now I know why.