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Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil® at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
"Head to Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino at your selected show time to watch Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil® a riveting fusion of visuals dance music and fantasy that immerses audiences in Michael's creative genius and legendary artistry. This new show captures the essence soul and inspiration of the King of Pop celebrating a legacy that continues to transcend generations. Michael Jackson believed that all humans are unique and equal regardless of race or culture
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Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino
"Enter the Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip anytime during its open hours to witness an incredible array of aquatic and reptilian life. Shark Reef contains more than 2000 animals in 14 exhibits which offer Vegas visitors the chance to escape the desert heat and immerse themselves in a marine oasis. Observe more than 100 sharks from 15 different species including Galapagos sharks grey reef sharks and zebra sharks. See more than 30 sharks swimming in the 1.3 million-gallon (4.9 million-liter) main tank one of the biggest in the US. Plus observe a multitude of other sea life including angelfish
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Vegas Rock Star Nightclub Tour
"Party like a rock star on the ultimate nightclub tour of Sin City. Las Vegas boasts some of the hottest clubs in the world and the Vegas Rock Star Nightclub Tour is the only way to experience the best of this nightlife mecca in true VIP style. Meet your Rock Star VIP host at one of the city’s premiere ultra-lounges and get ready for the night of your life! You will b drink as much as you like from the included open bar! During the night you will visit three of the hottest A-list nightclubs in Las Vegas. Don’t worry about cover charges or waiting in lines – this tour is VIP all the way!See below for details on clubs visited each night.These clubs represent the best of the best in from there you will travel by the deluxe limousine party bus to the other locations.""""Cruise the Las Vegas Strip in style and visit the hottest nightclubs like a VIP! Transported in a deluxe limousine party bus
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Mandalay Bay

Tropical theme, includes a shark tank exhibit. Also has a "house of the Blues" and many cool pools! the Mandalay bay is definitely one of the more upscale casinos and sits in the middle of the vegas strip.

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Jim_Eliason
Dec 04, 2016

Luxurious business stay

The hotel is nice and modern. You do not need to walk through the noisy casino to get in and out...

Do not miss the Wine tower in Aureole restaurant.

It located at the far South of the Strip, but there is a tram that runs from Mandalay Bay to Excalibur, and then if you cross over to MGM there is also another tram that runs down further.

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kris-t
Feb 19, 2013

Mandalay Bay

The Mandalay Bay Casino Complex is the last of the Major Casino Complexes at the Southern end of the Strip. It is a luxury Casino Resort owned the the MGM Entertainement Group and is connected to the Luxor and the Excalibur by a Tram but is not connected by it to the MGM Grand. It was built from the ashes of the Hacienda Casino in 1999. The complex has 3,309 hotel rooms, a big convention center for conventions (also doubles as a boxing arena) , a 135,000 square feet of gaming space with Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Let It Ride, Pai Gow Poker, Poker, Roulette, Slots, Baccarat, Megabucks and Super Megabucks. More than 2,400 slot/video poker machines, 122 table games. It also has one of the largest swimming pool complex in las vegas, called the Mandalay Beach where wild beach club parties happen.

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machomikemd
Oct 06, 2011

Concerts at Mandalay Beach

One of the best places to watch a concert in Las Vegas is at the beach at Mandalay Bay. You get to sit on the sand watching a stage that looks like it is hovering over the water. Food and drinks are expensive but that is to be expected.

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Oct 01, 2011
 
 
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The dome at Mandalay Bay Hotel

The dome at Mandalay Bay Hotel lobby is beautiful. I think every building should make use of the natural light to save electricity. Architects should design their buildings more with saving energy in mind.

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joiwatani
Sep 20, 2011

The Swarovski Chandeliers at Mandalay Bay

I am fascinated with chandeliers so mostly at hotel lobbies, these are the ones that I notice first. The give ambience to the room. I had seen so many beautiful chandeliers especially in hotel lobbies, in churches and in mansions.

At Mandalay Bay Hotel, the chandeliers are simple but charming. The huge one on top of the fountain leading to the Mandalay Swimming Pool is huge- not cascading but just a large piece with lights on it that go through a Tiffany cut glasses. The top are decorated with Swarovski glasses that sparkle and give a glow to the lobby.

When you are looking at the water fountain at the top of the stairs, it feels like you can touch the huge chandelier. It's beautiful and gigantic.

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joiwatani
Sep 20, 2011

The fountain inside the Mandalay Bay

There are many fountains in most hotels in Las Vegas. I think the soothing sound of the waterfall has calming effect to the visitors and to the staff as well. Also, it is a beautiful and attractive architectural decor to any hotel or even to residential houses.

There's a huge waterfall at the Wynn's Hotel- it's the biggest in Las Vegas actually. There's also one huge fountain in front of the Mirage Hotel, Monte Carlo Hotel and a modern fountain at the Aria Hotel. The cascading water fountain at the Ventian is also spectacular what with its beautiful garden. It cascades to three floors!

The smaller versions of hotel fountains are at the Polo Towers of which the sculpture of horses are in the middle of the fountain.

At Mandalay Bay, the fountain is placed close to the stairway leading to the Oasis Restaurant and to the swimming pools.

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joiwatani
Sep 20, 2011

The beautiful lobby at Mandalay Bay

There lobby is very beautiful and inviting with huge chandeliers and fountains. There is a huge circular table with fresh flowers! The lobby has huge marble columns and the decor is exquisite. The front desk is elongated to accomodate visitors who are checking in all at the same time.

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joiwatani
Sep 20, 2011

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The elephant trimmings at Mandalay Bay

The elephants are everywhere-from the doors to the fountain of Mandalay Bay Hotel...I like the little elephant spouts fountain at the Oasis. A few years back, it was blocked and we can't even go near it. Nowadays, you can even sit close to the fountain...

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joiwatani
Sep 20, 2011

The Palm trees at the Oasis in Mandalay

The palm trees planted at the Mandalay Bay Oasis Garden are but fitting to the weather in Las Vegas - hot and humid! The palm trees are beautiful and gives a lot of shade close to the swimming pool and close to the restaurant.

Each time I come to Las Vegas, I usually visit this area because it feels like I was visiting the oasis in Egypt!

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joiwatani
Sep 20, 2011

Choosing your hotel in Las Vegas

If you are travelling in Las Vegas and it's your first time, make sure to choose the hotel that is closest to the action! Make sure to check out the location of the hotel that it is very near to the Strip- they call it Strip because it is the main road where all the big hotels are located and where all the actions of Las Vegas!

So, when you choose a hotel, make sure to locate the hotel first. You can either use the Maps & Locations via the MSN.com or use the main website of the hotel.

Las Vegas Strip is very long and the transportation there is very expensive so make sure to reserve a hotel that is close to the Strip. If you chose to rent a car, just bear in mind that parking is also a big problem in Las Vegas. The parking is also expensive and even if you park, you still walk a long ways...Hotels in Las Vegas are huge and their grounds expand to probably three blocks. Just imagine you walking to one to two blocks in a scorching sun!

Most of the super nice hotels are located at the middle of the Strip. Also, don't only rely on the price. Make sure to read reviews of travellers, too. That's a great thing to do...

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joiwatani
Sep 17, 2011

Sunset on the Strip

Head up to the bar at Mix in Mandalay Bay's THEhotel before 10:00PM for a fantastic free view of the Strip. It is truly amazing and especially splendid as the sun sets.

I have not seen this but my friends did. I will definitely not miss this on my next visit to the city. This tip is posted as I have seen this luxurious hotel and I believe the information I gave will be of help. Moreover, for more detailed information and online reservation, visit the website I provided below.

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Jan 11, 2009

Things to Do Near Mandalay Bay

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Shark Reef

Tucked away in the MGM is an aquarium that houses an alligator, various lizards and fish, sharks, jellyfish, a huge octopus, and a stingray touch pool. I quite enjoyed the jellyfish and the octopus (I...
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Luxor

This casino with Ancient Egypt theme is shaped like a giant glass pyramid and is a new vegas icon. Inside is a replica of King tut's tomb along with other Egyptian themed attractions. the casino is...
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Tournament of Kings

If you're staying in Las Vegas I would strongly recommend a dinner and a show at the medieval themed Excalibur hotel. The Tournament of Kings runs twice nightly (with the exception of one day per...
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Excalibur Hotel - Casino

This hotel looks outdated and old but it's a good place to stay if you want to go to Las Vegas on a budget. It's location on the South end of the Strip (opposite MGM & New York New York) is pretty...
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Hooters Casino - Hotel

Hooters became famous around the world due to it's "Tacky but unrefined atmosphere" where the restaurants have cheap but filling meals and the servers have well endowed front "HOOTERS" hehehe. they...
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MGM Grand

Movie themed casino. Features giant TV screen in main casino and indoor amusement park. it also has an MGM lions exhibit with live lions displayed in a glass cage. Dated but still a glamerous casino...
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3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.

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