Mirage Resort & Casino

3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States
(5 star hotel)
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 44 reviews
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MIRAGE

by written on September 2, 2002

Unique Quality: Imagine. A volcano that erupts every few minutes. A tropical rainforest with soaring palms and sparkling waterfalls. A giant aquarium where live sharks swim. The gourmet delights of Paris, Rome and the Orient. A pool within a tropical paradise of waterfalls and connected lagoons. A luxurious spa and salon. A European shopping boulevard. Meeting and convention space for five or five thousand. The magic and illusions of Siegfried & Roy. A habitat where white tigers frolic and play. A home for a family of beautiful Atlantic bottlenose dolphins. And over 3,000 deluxe rooms and suites. Sounds like fun, doesn't it?

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Mirage

by written on August 26, 2002

Mirage
The price varies due to number of guests, day of the week and time of year. I was unfortunate to go on a national holiday weekend, Friday night was about $160, Saturday about $225 and Sunday about $180. Normally the prices midweek are much less.

Unique Quality: I think the room was probably one of the nicest I've ever stayed in. Large and spacious and very clean, it had great views over Vegas. The one negative point.. try to get a room near the elevators, the walk from the elevator to the room must have been 300 meters. The hotel itself was good, the aquarium behind the reception was very impressive and they have white tigers, dolphins and even an elephant (but not all in the same pen). The buffet for about $20 per head in the evening (cheaper during the day) was out of this world. They seemed to have everything imaginable on the menu, and eat as much as you like.






Directions: Center of the strip.

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The Mirage. Our trip to the...

by written on August 25, 2002

The Mirage. Our trip to the Vegas was over two weeks so we split our hotels. The first few days we stayed at the Golden Nugget so we could check out the downtown attractions, then had a break at the Grand Canyon and then back to Vegas staying on the strip at the fantastic Mirage. If you staying a while in Vegas try splitting between downtown and the strip.
You cant go too far wrong with any of the hotels!

Mirage. I am partial to the...

by written on August 25, 2002

Mirage. I am partial to the tropical setting. The whole wall behind the registration desk is
an aquarium. They have live trees, fountains and flowers in the lobby that makes you
feel you are outside. It's gorgeous

Unique Quality: The pool area has water falls that you are actually allowed to swim near, under or behind!
The dolphin exhibit is also near the pool. There is a fee for the tour but it is fabulous if you like animals. See the trainers work with the dolphins, see them underground, see some of Siegried and Roy's lions, tigers, elephants.

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Mirage Hotel and Casino

by written on August 25, 2002

Mirage Hotel and Casino
$100 - $300

Unique Quality: Home to the famous SiegFried and Roy this stunning hotel is also equipped with a state of the art dolphin habitat.

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The Mirage was a favorite...

by written on August 25, 2002

The Mirage was a favorite because of the lush gardens inside and out. The pool area was just beautiful with all the flora and waterpark. They also have a dolphin and white tiger display area which we enjoyed most.

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JUST CHOOSE A TYPICAL LAS...

by written on August 25, 2002

JUST CHOOSE A TYPICAL LAS VEGAS HOTEL...
WHY NOT THE MIRAGE?..
ANY WAY THEY ARE NOT THAT EXPENSIVE AS THEY WANT YOU TO SPEND YOUR MONEY IN CASINO!!!

PERSONNALY I THINK LOUXOR IF ASTONISHING AND EXOTIC!!
I ALSO RECOMMEND THE RIO..WHY?
WELL;you can overlook all las vegas from the top rooms!!!

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We stayed at the Mirage which...

by written on August 25, 2002

We stayed at the Mirage which was nice, but certainly not the best location. If you are looking for an extremely nice place, then The Bellagio will probably be your best bet

Unique Quality: Take a few moments in the evening to see the dancing water fountain in front of the hotel. It's worth seeing!

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The Mirage, absolutely...

by written on August 24, 2002

The Mirage, absolutely fantastic. The real jungle in the lobby, with palms, flowers and gigantic aquarium with silver fish. Hotels are relatively cheap in Las Vegas, they want you to spend money rather on gambling than accomodation. I had wonderfull volcano just behind the windows of my room and jaccuzi in the bathroom. Breakfast is served 24 hours.

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The Mirage

by written on August 24, 2002

The Mirage
$79-$1,200

Unique Quality: The Mirage offers 3,044 guest rooms and amenities including:
custom-made wall
coverings,draperies ,carpeting, armoires, hairdryers
vanity makeup tables with lighted mirrors,
one king bed or two queen beds, and room service. (the Mirage does not offer airport shuttle service)
The casino offers games including Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat, Pai Gow, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Caribbean Stud Poker, Poker, Keno, Race and Sportsbook, 2,245 slot machines including Megabucks and Super Megabucks.
Things to do and see: Tiger Habitat, Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, Mirage Volcano. Go to the 1,500-seat Siegfried & Roy Theatre featuring the two magicians nightly; also, 1,260-seat Danny Gans Theatre featuring 'the man of many voices,' Danny Gans, or you can relax by a series of wandering, interconnected lagoons, three jacuzzis and three different waterslides measuring 75 feet, 22 feet and 20 feet.
Interesting things about the Mirage: There are 1,000 different kinds of fish in the hotel lobby aquarium. Some of the palms in the tropical rainforest are 50 years old. The rainforest uses a horticulture department of 75 people to maintain all the plants and flowers.

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The first themed casino in Vegas

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 24, 2002

This was the second place I ever stayed in Las Vegas. I'd stay here again but usually I can get a little lower rate at another property While it is harder to get a great rate here you can get $99 on some dates!

One of my top three places to stay --

Tropical Luxury!!

Unique Quality: Wonderful lobby and wonderful lobby bar - your are in a jungle!

very nice rooms
great pool
great displays

Directions: Center Strip

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The Mirage. This is the hotel...

by written on August 24, 2002

The Mirage. This is the hotel I stayed at during my visit to Las Vegas.
The volcano at The Mirage has been Las Vegas' signature attraction ever since the resort opened in 1989. Every fifteen minutes from dusk to midnight, flames shoot into the night sky, spewing smoke and fire 100 feet above the waters below and transforming a tranquil waterfall into streams of molten lava. The show is free to the public.

Unique Quality: Inside The Mirage's front entrance, you'll enjoy an extraordinary experience - a lush and verdant indoor rainforest housed under a 100-foot-high dome. Palm trees reach 60 feet above cascading waterfalls. Lagoons meander through a forest of rich tropical flora including bird of paradise trees, orchids and bromeliads.

As you check in at the front desk, you'll be greeted by a 20,000-gallon saltwater aquarium stocked with angelfish, pufferfish, tangs and other exotic sea creatures - including three different kinds of sharks.

The open-air home of Siegfried & Roy's Royal White Tigers is available for public viewing around the clock. Siegfried & Roy have dedicated their lives to preserving these rare animals, and their efforts have helped save them from total extinction.

Directions: On the strip.

Address:

The Mirage

3400 S. Las Vegas Blvd.

Las Vegas, NV 89109

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The Mirage.

by written on August 24, 2002

Unique Quality: This is the poolside of the hotel. In the distance you can see Ceasar's Palace. The pool at The Mirage encompasses a series of wandering, interconnected lagoons. Swim or walk to either of two palmtree-lined islands to bask in the sun or stroll between cliffs where water streams into deep grottos. Wander over one-quarter mile of shoreline, unwind in one of three jacuzzis, enjoy a water-aerobics class or take the plunge via three different waterslides measuring 75 feet, 22 feet and 20 feet.

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The Mirage. A great hotel and...

by written on August 24, 2002

The Mirage. A great hotel and not so expensive, that's what I think compared to swedish prices for same standard.

Unique Quality: The Mirage owns now also Treasure Island so i recommend anyone to go over there and see the Pirate Battle which performs several times daily.
For the Mirage I think you should see one of the vulcano eruptions and the white tigers that are used in Siegfried and Roys show.

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Address: 3400 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89109, United States

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Amenities at Mirage Resort & Casino

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Casino
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge

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