The Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino is located on the South Strip of Las Vegas.It’s 3 miles from the airport. The 43-story Mandalay Bay Resort sits on 60 acres at the south end of the Strip; a complimentary monorail connects it to the Luxor and Excalibur hotels.
Mandalay Bay’s casino houses 120 gaming tables and 2,000 slot machines; race and sports wagering is also available. The House of Blues offers headlining musical acts, the Mandalay Bay Theatre hosts Broadway productions, and the Mandalay Bay Events Center is the site of major sporting and musical events (surcharges).
Other facilities include a 30,000-square-foot health spa and fitness center (surcharge), and a hair salon. Shopping options include everything from Mandalay Place mall to shops selling flowers and resort wear.
For recreation, guests enjoy a sandy beach with seasonal wave pool and lazy river, Moorea Beach Club, three outdoor splash pools, andtwo poolside cafés.
All 3,220 guestrooms and suites in this 43-story Las Vegas hotel offer wireless Internet access (included in resort fee), in-room safes, and premium channels.
Bathrooms include phones, along with stone vanities with double sinks, separate soaking tubs and showers, and Gilchrist & Soames toiletries.
Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, some with views of the Strip.
The 135,000-square-foot casino has gaming tables, slot machines, a high-limit gaming parlor, and a race and sport book offering sorts and thoroughbred wagering.
Shark Reef (surcharge) is a walk-through, predator-based aquarium with 2,000 aquatic animals from the world’s tropical waters, including 15 species of sharks.
The Mandalay Bay Events Center (surcharge) is a 12,000-seat sports and entertainment complex that hosts concerts, major sporting events, and television specials.
Mandalay Bay Theatre (surcharge) is a state-of-the-art, 1,600-seat theater hosting Broadway productions and comedy headliners.
The 1,800-seat House of Blues (surcharge) concert hall offers a range of live music acts.
Live jazz, blues, and rock music is featured at the Coral Reef Lounge. A summer concert series is held at the Outdoor Beach Stage.
Guests choose from 20 restaurants, lounges, and cafés; on-site entertainment includes a 135,000-square-foot casino, an aquarium, the House of Blues concert hall, and a live theater.
Some of the restaurants are:
Aureole – Based on Chef Charlie Palmer’s New York eatery, featuring a four-story wine tower. Dinner only.
MIX – Featuring Chef Alain Ducasse’s Contemporary French and American dishes. Dinner only.
China Grill – Asian-inspired cuisine and a sophisticated ambience. Dinner only.
Border Grill – Modern Mexican cuisine. Lunch and dinner.
House of Blues – Southern-inspired, Cajun cuisine at this live music and restaurant venue. Lunch and dinner.
Red Square – Russian classics and Continental specialties with an extensive vodka collection. Dinner only.
Red, White and Blue – Three American classic dining selections in one unique restaurant experience. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Shanghai Lilly – Classic Cantonese and Szechuan specialties in a romantic and elegant setting. Dinner only.
Wolfgang Puck’s Trattoria del Lupo – Italian menu designed by Wolfgang Puck. Dinner only.
Rick Moonen’s RM Seafood – Intimate dining, with fresh seafood flown in daily. Lunch and dinner.