Suite of the week: The regal Emperor Suite at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas

Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas enjoys a strategic location in the heart of Las Vegas Strip, surrounded by Monte Carlo Casino and the iconic Bellagio fountains. The luxury five-star hotel is a 47-story hotel, featuring 225 condominium residences occupying the upper floors of the 392-room hotel tower. The non-gaming property also has an 8-level parking structure.

Sky Lobby
Sky Lobby
Sky Lobby is located on the 23rd floor and is characterized by an Eastern approach to design. The public areas in the hotel have Asian-influenced décor, incredible one-of-a-kind artwork and some of the best views in Las Vegas thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the hotel.

Emperor Suite – Living Room
Emperor Suite – Living Room
Located on the 21st floor of the hotel, the Emperor Suite offers spectacular views of Las Vegas. It is the largest one-bedroom suite in the hotel. The suite’s open plan kitchen makes private dinners an event, while a sitting room, bar and dining room offer plenty of space for your guests.

Emperor Suite – Bedroom
Emperor Suite – Bedroom
The suite has been designed in a striking black and white palette with elegant Oriental touches and chic, contemporary styling. It is equipped with state-of-the-art technology to control the lighting, air conditioning and entertainment.

Emperor Suite – Media Room
Emperor Suite – Media Room
Entertain your guests in the suite’s media room that comes equipped with Bang and Olufsen surround sound and comfortably seats eight guests for private screenings. There is also a fitness area with Technogym Kinesis Wall.

Hammam
Hammam
The hotel is home to a 27,000 square foot Shanghai-themed spa. Spread over two-floors, it has 17 treatment rooms and relaxation lounges. Among the amenities offered are steam rooms, experience showers, a hammam, a laconium, vitality pools, and a Chinese foot spa.

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Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
Twist by Pierre Gagnaire
Located on the 23rd floor of the hotel are the Tea Lounge, Mandarin Bar and Twist by Michelin Three Star chef Pierre Gagnaire, boasting the best views of the city and mouth-watering gourmet cuisine. Guests can savor contemporary Asian delicacies at the hotel’s MOzen Bistro. There is also the Pool Café, which serves lighter fare for breakfast and lunch.

Cost: $15,000 per night
Size: 279sqm / 3,000sqf
Occupancy: 3 guests

Why should you splurge on it?
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas is an experience like no other. There is no shortage of happenings in the entertainment capital of the world. After you have hit the town, relax and unwind with a spa treatment, sample the fine cuisine or soak up the desert sun by the pool. The hotel offers plenty of non-gambling activities along the Strip.
The Emperor Suite is a spectacular vantage point of the city’s neon glows and fountain shows. The suite is ideal for hosting private meetings or entertaining up to eight guests.

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas so let your hair down and have fun!

Address:
Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas
3752 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89158
USA
www.mandarinoriental.com