Mandalay Bay Resort

Nothing about the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino is small in scale! In the complex as a whole, there are three hotels, 24 restaurants, 11 acres of pacific island style beach, a wave pool generating swell 4 feet high, a lazy river, the huge Shark Reef Aquarium, the 1,800 seat House of Blues venue, the musical Mamma Mia! and of course the 135,000 square feet of tropically themed gaming space. The Mandalay Bay Resort is the main hotel and its rooms are comfortable, spacious and the definition of casual understated elegance, with warm sensual designs, welcoming fixtures and a large spa bath. The all-suite hotel redefines luxury, bringing the class, comfort and sophistication of a boutique city hotel to this often brash and over-the-top crazy desert town. The suites are all huge and furnished to the highest possible standards of luxury and opulence. 


Hotel Facilities

  • 24 hour room service with flight kitchens for an express breakfast
  • Bi-level porte corchere for ease of access
  • Pillow-top mattresses
  • FLoor-to-ceiling windows
  • Spacious tubs & separate glass-enclosed showers
  • Twin vanities with make-up mirror
  • Hair dryer
  • Fully stocked mini-bars
  • Two flat-screen televisions - a 42-inch plasma in the bedroom and a 15-inch LCD in the bathroom
  • iHome clock radios for iPods
  • In-room safes
  • His and Her closets 


Recreation

  • Casino
  • Eight fine dining restaurants
  • Ten specialty dining restaurants
  • Four casual dining restaurants
  • Three lounges
  • 3-story beachside entertainment complex
  • Mandalay Bay Beach with Wave Pool (seasonal), Lazy River (seasonal), Nine Private Bungalows, over 20 Cabanas in a Tropical Setting, Moorea Beach Club
  • Beachside Casino
  • Spa Mandalay
  • Robert Cromean's salon
  • Shark Reef
  • Two aquariums
  • The Wedding chapel
  • Mandalay Bay Events Center
  • Outdoor beach stage
  • Mandalay Place with more than 40 unique boutiques & restaurants
  • House of Blues
  • Light Nightclub
  • Daylight Beach Club, The Counterpart to LIGHT (Seasonal)
  • Eclipse at Night at Daylight (Seasonal)