Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas

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3950 South Las Vegas Blvd.

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  • Wine tower
    Wine tower
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    Lenin statue at Red Square
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    Wine tower

    by kris-t Updated Feb 19, 2013

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    Favorite thing: Four-story 42 foot tall tower holds 10,000 bottles and keeps the right temperature. This Wine tower is Aureole's at Mandalay Bay visual trademark; it has very own Wine Angel Stewards, who gracefully ascend the tower to retrieve bottles.

    You can search the 3,200 bottle touch-screen wine list, which includes a 1961 bottle of Chateau Petrus valued at $4,500.

    Fondest memory: This artistic presentation indeed deserves some attention. Stop by for a drink in the downstairs lounge or upstairs wine lounge.

    Daily: 5:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

    Attire: Dressy

    Wine tower
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    • Luxury Travel
    • Business Travel

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    Lenin statue at Red Square

    by kris-t Written Nov 23, 2012

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    Favorite thing: Vladimir Ilyich Lenin... I can not count how many sculptures of him with bird droppings I’ve seen in Russia. To be honest, I did not recognize him near by the entrance to Red Square restaurant at Mandalay Bay at first, - something was... kind of missing :)

    Fondest memory: The statue is 14 feet tall (4,500 pounds of gypsum and plaster) was unveiled in 1999. The hotel decided to decapitate it when heads were being removed from many Lenin statues in Eastern Europe. However the head is preserved inside a block of ice within Red Square’s walk-in freezer.

    Lenin statue at Red Square
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    • Budget Travel
    • Arts and Culture

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    Have a good time!

    by KaisaL Written Nov 26, 2006

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    Favorite thing: Everyone needs to ride the Deuce (bus) or walk the strip at least once. If you walk, be need good shoes, sun lotion, hat, and time. The Deuce passes are $5.00 per person for 1 day, very worth it. You can get on and off all over the strip and save time and walking.

    Fondest memory: Fondest memory is Mandalay Bay Hotel. The wave pool is extrodinary! The staff is exemplary. Clean, wide open, alot of variety for stores, food and casino.

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    • Casino and Gambling
    • Spa and Resort
    • Seniors

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    Mandalay Bay Resort3950 S....

    by yeah_baby Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Favorite thing: Mandalay Bay Resort

    3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
    Las Vegas, NV 89119
    (702) 632-7777
    (877) 632-7000

    Fondest memory:
    A lush, 11-acre tropical water environment comprised of a sand-and-surf beach, a lazy river, a variety of pools and a jogging track provides a remarkable recreation and relaxation experience. The ultimate in pampering can be found at Spa Mandalay. Word of warning-guests of this hotel are the only ones allowed to enter this beach :-( but if you go up the 2nd level, mall area, you will be able to atleast see the layout and the mile-lazy river.
    Their Buffet on the Main Floor is the best money can offer! The food is so authentic, so gourmet and varied. If you go there around 3:30 pm you can take advantage of the lunch price and get the supper menu :-) since this is when they do that switch. Bon Appetit!
    A House of Blues live music venue and restaurant are located just off the casino floor.
    This legendary name in the music industry also manages an International House of Blues Foundation Room on the top floor (43rd) of Mandalay Bay.

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    When in Vegas do as all the...

    by JudyinPA Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Favorite thing: When in Vegas do as all the tourists do and visit as many casinos and buffets as time allows. Don't worry about weight hike miles just inside the larger casinos. There is enough to do to keep you busy for hours and days. You can't do anything but enjoy.
    The Casino picture is Mandalay Bay and the one that I enjoyed the most. They have a great restaurant, wave pool, meandering river for tubing and an aquarium with sharks

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    What do you think? Play in the...

    by kinipela6 Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Favorite thing: What do you think? Play in the Casinos! They are all beautiful. But my favorite was 'Mandalay Bay'. The colors, architecture, and interior design are wonderful there. They have alot of neat aquariums inside, too. Below is a picture I found of their 'beach'.

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