Excess is the norm at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Visitors of Las Vegas can enjoy some of the greatest artists music has to offer, catch a closer glimpse of some of the world’s most dangerous predators and head to the city’s largest waves for top notch bodysurfing without even having to leave the expansive 120 acre property.
The resort is jam packed with dining, nightlife, recreation entertainment, and relaxation options. This Las Vegas Strip Hotel has more things to do than most resorts. Accommodations are state of the art, with wireless internet and large plasma screen televisions in each room.
Delano Las Vegas, an all suite hotel adjacent to the Mandalay, provides a quality complement for an already impressive property, delivering a boutique experience for those who are in search of a more cosmopolitan atmosphere.
Mandalay Bay is high end, hip and a paradise, accented by sculptures, fountains, flora and marble. It is surrounded by fine dining, from the the elegant Aureole to the more low key Red Square to the Michael Mina-helmed Stripsteak.
Lupo by Wolfgang Puck is features several twists on old Italian classics. RM seafood offers patrons everything from a sushi/raw bar to gourmet and café style seafood entrees. The RX Boiler Room is steampunk inspired and showcases classic comfort foods in large portions on the second floor of the restaurant.
Mandalay Bay’s more casual offerings are designed to evoke a relaxed atmosphere reminiscent of the tropics. Authentic Irish pub fare is provided at Rí Rá and the Border Grill and Hussong’s Cantina is chock full of Mexican favorites. Burger Bar’s burgers are decadent and thanks to the By the Slice counter and The Noodle Shop’s Cantonese dishes, all palettes are catered to.
There is no shortage of entertainment, either. Michael Jackson’s estate is responsible for the creation of “Michael Jackson ONE” and thanks to the efforts of Cirque du Soleil, his music has been fused with his desire for a better world, with a plot that follows four protagonists on an amazing audio/visual adventure.
eyecandy sound lounge provides quality nighttime entertainment and a fully interactive high tech experience , while the Foundation Room delivers breathtaking views of the Strip from high above Delano Las Vegas and Mandalay, respectively. You will never forget your visit to 1923 Bourbon & Burlesque or Minus5 Ice Bar.
Whether you’re a fan of jazz, blues, rap, reggae or rockabilly, the House of Blues has got you covered. This venue books a variety of musical legends and also offers Sunday Gospel Brunch, with terrified live music and a buffet full of traditional Southern favorites. You can also head to the Mandalay Bay Events Center to catch live sporting events and arena caliber musical acts.
There is more to Mandalay Bay than just the nightlife, though. The bright light of day offers a variety of activities. Head to the Shark Reef Aquarium to check out some of your toothy pals and if you would rather do your own swimming, the Mandalay Bay Beach offers four different pools to choose from.
Starlight Tattoo gives the more adventurous traveler a chance to take home a more permanent keepsake, as celebrity tattoo artist Mario Barth just might be on the premises and ready to provide you with the ink of your choice.
Still looking for more things to do in Las Vegas, you’ll also be able to partake in some gambling on the 135,000 square foot casino floor, shop at Mandalay Place’s The Shoppes, create the typical Vegas cliché by jumping the broom at one of the three wedding chapels on the premises or get pampered at the Spa Mandalay.