The Mirage Las Vegas

3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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The Mirage is a wonderful choice if you are planning on staying on Las Vegas Boulevard. The Mirage has over 3,000 guest rooms. They offer a wide variety of rooms, from small rooms just under 400 square-feet to suites that feel more like mansions with full backyards. 4 star amenities abound inside and outside of these accommodations. Inside each room, you will enjoy lovely decor and comfortable furniture. Some rooms have opulent bathrooms with extra spa-like features. Other rooms have a Strip view, while other have views of the famous mirage volcano. One bedroom and two bedroom suites are available, and Lanais and Villas with private pools. Outside of your room, you will find a large pool area with private luxury cabanas available. There is also an adults-only Bare Pool Lounge with euro-style bathing and full-service bar. The Paradise Cafe is available for breakfast, lunch, and cocktails. Besides a pool, you can spend a day at the spa. Or, take the entire family to the Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, perfect for children. And of course, don’t forget to visit the Mirage casino, which Danny Ocean robbed in Ocean’s Eleven. From smaller rooms, to luxurious penthouses, all of your needs will be met during your spectacular vacation.

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A Spacious Resort Room Equipped with 2 Queen Size Beds Each Room Will Feature The Mirage Serenity Bed By Sealy® Feather Down Pillows and Comforter 42 Inch Led Television Jbl Horizon Bluetooth Speaker and Office Chairs Designed To Provide Maximum Support and Flexibility Tucked Away Will Be An Iron Ironing Board Hair Dryer and Private in Room Safe For Added Convenience 2 Queen Beds.

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Swimming Pools at the The Mirage Las Vegas

The Mirage offers a variety of pool fun that's hard to beat. With general pool amenities to adults-only exclusives, every kind of pool visitor and sunbather can pull up a lounge chair for fun in the sun at The Mirage’s pool deck.  The main pool is best for families, with three water slides and waterfalls that provide a refreshing shower of water into the pool as you wade underneath. The whole group can also grab a quick bite at Paradise Cafe, a breezy break spot complete with breakfast, lunch and cocktails to enjoy during the daylight hours. Sometimes the adults want to grab some pool time away from the little ones. For those looking to indulge in some European-style sunbathing, The Mirage offers its 21 and over Bare Pool experience for guests looking to ditch the coverings during a pool day. Another adults-only option is the private oasis cabanas, restricted to guests aged 18 and up for anyone “looking for some peace and quiet in paradise.” The pool at The Mirage is exclusive to its guests. Get access to this tropical paradise by booking a room at The Mirage or calling 702-268-9718 to reserve your next stay at this tropical Strip resort.

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Balcony Options at the The Mirage Las Vegas

Booking a room with a balcony is a coveted task in Las Vegas. If you are hoping to book a basic room at the Mirage with a balcony or terrace, you may be out of luck. The Mirage has many rooms with terraces, but they are the luxurious and exclusive Lanai and Villa rooms. One such room, the One Bedroom Lanai, has 2,650 square feet and a private backyard pool on its private terrace. The Two Bedroom Lanai also has these features, but with a thousand extra square feet. Upgrade further to a Two Bedroom Villa, and enjoy a full backyard terrace with heated pool, putting green, spa pool, mist system, and music system.  

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The Mirage Las Vegas is a Pet Friendly hotel

Any dog owner hates leaving their pup behind when leaving on vacation. It’s tough to find a place to board them, and even tougher to find a place that you trust. However, guests staying at the Mirage won’t have to worry, as you are allowed to bring your dogs with you to your resort room. Bring up to two dogs with you to the Mirage, as long as they weigh no more than a combined one hundred pounds. Anticipate an additional dog charge of $100 per night for rooms, and $150 for suites. Any dog attending must be fully potty trained, but if needed, just call housekeeping if you need cleanup.

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The Mirage Las Vegas is a Child Friendly hotel

The Mirage welcomes kids with open arms. Comfortable rooms will provide ample space for active children. And, the resort offers kid friendly attractions. Kids will love spending a day at the pool, though keep in mind that one of the Mirage pools is an adults-only, topless venue. Take them to the Dolphin Habitat in the afternoon, and the Beatles Cirque du Soleil show in the evening. Then, on your way back to your room, literally watch their faces light up when they see the Mirage’s volcano eruption show.

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The Mirage Las Vegas is a Four Star hotel

The Mirage is a stunning four-star property, located right on the Las Vegas Strip. This resort is a combination of classy and fun, with a blend of value and quality in its extensive guest offerings. With resort features curated for relaxation and enjoyment, The Mirage is a standard example of the four-star quality on the Las Vegas Strip.

Accommodations offer picturesque views of both the Strip and the resort’s signature volcano, and each room features amenities that are thoughtful and inclusive. Patented luxury mattresses, plush sofas and a variety of bars and in-room dining options are just a few features that are guaranteed to please. For an elevated stay, choose a getaway in a Stay Well Suite, created with the wellness of guests in mind. For a more private venture, a Villa at Lanai’s stands out as The Mirage’s finest, and is perfect for guests looking for a more personalized experience.

When it comes to four-star features, the hospitality extends far beyond the rooms. The Mirage has been a crowd-pleaser for many years in the entertainment sector. Incredible shows are constantly in rotation, such as BEATLES Love – A Cirque Du Soleil show and Shin Lim, a magician from America’s Got Talent.

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The Mirage Las Vegas is a cheap hotel

Are you on a budget, yet thinking about a trip to the Las Vegas Strip? Or, are you hoping to spend a small amount of money on your accommodations, while spending the majority on slots, games, and attractions? Whatever your reason to find cost effective lodging in Las Vegas, booking a room at the Mirage may be the answer.

Rooms here start out as very affordable, however a room with a view may be a bit more expensive, still affordable though. The most luxurious rooms do increase in nightly fees along with the amenities.

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The Mirage Las Vegas is a Family Friendly hotel

As the Mirage is kid friendly, it is also a family friendly hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. One reason it is welcoming to families is its abundance of family friendly restaurants. California Pizza Kitchen, Blizz Frozen Yogurt, and Cravings Buffet are all perfect places for the entire family to grab a bite.

There are specifically family friendly amenities in the rooms and suites, too. For instance, rooms feature blackout curtains to keep the lights of the Strip at bay. StayWell rooms offer wellness amenities that will benefit the whole family. And, rooms like the Hospitality Suite offer more than enough space for large gatherings.

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The Mirage Las Vegas is in the Middle of the Strip

The Mirage is located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, right next door to Caesars Palace. In other words, it is in the middle of the strip, but is almost near the north end. Thus, it would be a long walk from locations like Park MGM and the T-Mobile Arena. It is also quite a walk from Resorts World.

However, the Mirage is right next door to Caesars Palace to the south. Continue south to reach the Bellagio and the Bellagio Fountains. Treasure Island is directly to the north. Across Las Vegas Boulevard, you will find the Venetian and Harrah’s.

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The Mirage Las Vegas has rooms with Jacuzzis

Want a room with a personal Jacuzzi? The Mirage has one room that has a whirlpool tub in one of its luxurious bathrooms. To enjoy this luxury, reserve the Mirage Suite for your stay. This room, perfect for couples on a honeymoon or anniversary trip, has two bathrooms. “His” bathroom has a glass-enclosed shower. “Her” bathroom has a make-up vanity and a whirlpool jet tub. Pop a bottle of champagne and soak the night away with the one you love in your own personal Jacuzzi room.

Don’t need your Jacuzzi indoors? The larger Villa suites have spa tubs, similar to Jacuzzis, outside on their large backyard terraces.

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The Mirage Las Vegas is a Hotel with Rooms

The most standard rooms at the Mirage are smaller, though not as small as some Las Vegas hotel rooms, with just under 400 square feet. These standard resort rooms are available with a king bed or two queen beds. The king bed option has deep red decor, while the queen rooms have yellows and golds. You can also choose a view of the city and desert, or a view of the Las Vegas Strip.

Another room option is in the Mirage Tower. These rooms are located on the 24th and 25th floors of the Mirage, giving you sweeping views of the valley below.

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The Mirage Las Vegas has rooms with a view of the Strip

With such a central location to the Las Vegas Strip, it’s no surprise that there are Strip view rooms available at the Mirage. If you don’t want a suite, book a Resort Strip View Room. Or, book a Volcano View Room to watch the Mirage’s volcano show from your room. This is a fun feature that no other hotel can advertise.

Penthouses also may have a wonderful view of the Strip. If you want to make sure your penthouse has a Strip view, ask at the time of booking. Likewise, if you are booking the Two Bedroom Tower Suite, ask about a Strip view when you make your reservation.

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The Mirage Las Vegas has Suites

If you want to stay in a smaller suite, book the Mirage Suite. This room is perfect for couples, with two separate bathrooms with dual features and plush robes and slippers. A king bed is in this 812 square foot room, with a Mirage Serta Perfect Sleeper Pillow Top Mattress.

Or, consider the One Bedroom Tower Suite. This room is even larger at 1,251 square feet. By booking this room, you will have access to the fitness center at the Mirage Spa. Inside your room, you will find a mini bar, dining area, desk area, walk-in closet, and generous living area. The bathroom is also equipped with robes and slippers, a dual sink vanity, and soaking tub. This room also comes in a two bedroom option.

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The Mirage Las Vegas has Two Bedroom Suites

Traveling with family, a group of friends, or a team of colleagues? Choose a two bedroom suite at the Mirage. The Two Bedroom Tower Suite has all the amenities and more that the One Bedroom Tower Suite offers, but with 1,628 square feet of space.

Another two bedroom is the Hospitality Suite, which has almost another hundred square feet. One bedroom in the Hospitality Suite has a king bed, and the other has two queens. You’ll have plenty of space to entertain, with a large wet bar area with two countertop chairs, and a large dining table included in an open-concept layout living space.

There is also a Two Bedroom Lanai suite and a Two Bedroom Villa.

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The Mirage Las Vegas has Three Bedroom Suites

If you are hoping for a standard three bedroom suite at the Mirage, look at another property. The only three bedroom suites at the Mirage are amazing, huge, themed rooms for the most opulent of occasions. The first room, the Three Bedroom Lanai, has a private gated entrance and private backyard pool. Stay here and enjoy 24 hour staff to attend to you, including chefs and butlers.

Another choice is the Three Bedroom Villa. The Three Bedroom Villa has over 8500 square feet, and also has a gated entrance with a private backyard pool. Enjoy butler service, a fully stocked refrigerator, and floats for your pool. A gas fireplace is inside as well as separate his and her master bathrooms and a wet bar.

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The Mirage Las Vegas has Penthouse Suites

Staying in a penthouse suite is one of the most “Vegas-like” things you can do during your trip. So, book a penthouse suite at the Mirage. The One Bedroom Penthouse Suite is located on the top floors of the hotel, and has over 1,200 square feet of space. Enjoy a personal fridge with an ice maker, and make your favorite drinks at your upgraded wet bar and refreshment center. Then, relax in your dining or living areas while enjoying excellent views of Las Vegas.

There is also a Two Bedroom Penthouse, an excellent option if you are traveling with a larger party. 1,600 square feet of space includes two full bedrooms with two full bathrooms. You will also have a living room, dining room, and walk-in closets.

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The Mirage Las Vegas has Spa Suites

One of the best features in some MGM properties are their StayWell Spa Suites. Especially in a post-2020 world, their extended cleanliness features, and amenities designed to elevate guests’ wellness, make these rooms amazing.

Choose between a Stay Well King room or a Stay Well Two Queen room. If you would like a full suite, stay in the Stay Well Mirage Suite. These rooms have air purification systems, aromatherapy diffusers, shower infusers, and specially designed Stay Well Mattresses.

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Catch the Magic of the Mirage Before It Disappears

The iconic property operated by MGM Resorts International is about to disappear before our very eyes to make way for a new Hard Rock themed hotel. This means that if you want to catch a bit of the magic that made The Mirage famous in the first place, now is the time.

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Las Vegas is full of magical places, but in a city that is constantly evolving it’s easy to see how one could unintentionally overlook some of the best. Here today, gone tomorrow is not an exaggeration when it comes to Strip resorts. Hotel refreshes and revamps are regular occurrences in this town, and there’s a reason locals refer to “construction cranes” as the state bird. There’s always something new on the horizon, which brings us to The Mirage Resort Hotel and Casino.

History of The Mirage

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When it opened in 1989 The Mirage marked the beginning of a new era in Las Vegas. It was developer Steve Wynn’s first Strip property, and the first so-called megaresort on the Strip. It was also the first “Y” shaped hotel after which several other hotels would later copy the design, including Treasure Island, Mandalay Bay and the former Monte Carlo.

With a construction price tag of more than $630 million, the Polynesian-themed property was at the time the most expensive resort in history. The gold-tinted windows of the hotel were made with actual gold dust, and it offered much more than just gambling. A regularly erupting volcano enticed guests as they made their way through the entrance. Once inside, they were treated to a large atrium which featured live palm trees, water features and other “rainforest” flora. The Mirage was unique, beautiful and one-of-a-kind.

The Resort Today

Guests interested in visiting the resort today will find this award-winning resort to be everything you would expect from an upscale Las Vegas hotel. While not considered exclusively “high end”, it does offer an experience for almost every price-point and is considered family-friendly. The casino is spacious, yet still intimate with modern slots, table games and race and sports book. There is an enormous outdoor pool, plus an adults-only pool and several dining options. There’s also a full-service spa and gym, a retail promenade and plenty of entertainment options, including a Cirque du Soleil show, various visiting comedians and of course the nightly erupting volcano and water show.

Even though The Mirage is a themed property, the décor is not overstated. One must-see attraction is the 20,000-gallon salt-water aquarium directly behind the front desk registry. It is lighted and viewable during the daytime. The general atmosphere of the property is comfortable, and the demographic is mixed. Service is friendly and attentive, and there is still a bit of that nostalgic Las Vegas feel.

The Resort

Rooms

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The hotel features 3,044 rooms styled in contemporary fashion. The rooms all come equipped with flat-screen TVs, Serta Perfect Sleeper mattresses, Bluetooth speakers, and blackout shades. The Mirage also offers “Stay Well” rooms which include air purifiers, aromatherapy and specialized lighting for those with health considerations. Make sure to request a Strip or volcano view for added experience.

Suites

If you’re interested in a more upscale stay, The Mirage offers tower suites and penthouses with living rooms, dining tables and separate showers and tubs. For the ultimate in luxury, guests will want to inquire about the Lanai Suites and Villas. These spacious dwellings can be as large as 8500 square-feet, offering an elegant residential feel with multiple bedrooms, living and dining areas, private pool and garden areas, plus loads of modern amenities such as Apple TVs, iMacs and iPads, plus private entrances and 24-hour personal chef and butler service.

Pool

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The Mirage Las Vegas pool is an enormous oasis complete with beautiful greenery, luxury cabanas, a nearby bar, ample loungers and its Paradise Cafe. It is kid-friendly with several waterfalls, and there is one water slide for a quick trip into the water. Private seating and cabanas must be booked ahead of time. Also, make sure you inquire about any COVID-related restrictions, as state mandated regulations have placed some limits on capacity.

Day Club

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There’s also a separate adults-only pool called “Bare” where women are allowed to sunbathe European-style. It is a public-access with fee day club offering drink service from bikini-clad servers and live DJs playing the latest house and hip-hop. Hotel guests are allowed free access before noon. The venue has an exclusive size at about 14,000 square-feet, so it’s not unusual to see long lines of crowds waiting to get in. Cabanas and lounges are limited and will also have to be reserved ahead of time, typically including bottle service. Be sure to check pool hours ahead of time.

Meetings and Conventions

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The Mirage is home to several inviting venues for meetings and conventions. These lush venues can house everything from small meetings to rows of convention booths.

The Spa, The Salon and Fitness Center

Relax in a unique way at The Mirage. In addition to all of the soothing features a standard rejuvenation area contains, guests can also partake in Dolphin Yoga, which is a fantastic way to soak in the spirit of an aquatic adventure alongside gentle yoga practices. The Spa, The Salon and the fitness center are both open seven days a week, with varying flexible hours.

Parking and Transportation

The Mirage is centrally located on the Strip, which means it is within walking distance from other notable properties, including Caesars Palace and The LINQ Hotel. There’s even a free tram that connects The Mirage with Treasure Island right next door.

As an MGM property, parking is free at The Mirage for the first hour to guests and visitors. Las Vegas locals have three hours of complimentary parking. After those hours, fees begin to incur. Read more about free parking on the Strip to understand each resort’s parking perks.

Entertainment

A Nod To Siegfried and Roy

One of the most storied performing duos in Las Vegas history would eventually call The Mirage its home. Siegfried and Roy performed sold out shows in the resort’s 1500-seat arena from 1990 until 2003. The headliners combined magic and wild animals—specifically white tigers—to enthrall audiences. A bronze monument of Siegfried and Roy, along with one of their performing tigers, was erected on the north end of the property.

Shows and Attractions

The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil

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Many agree this is one of the all-time favorite Cirque shows in Las Vegas. It is a must-see experience for all Beatles fans, but even for those who aren’t. No word on if the production will remain after the property transforms into the Hard Rock, although it would certainly fit right in with the brand. Just in case it doesn’t stay, this is one more reason to visit The Mirage sooner than later.

John, Paul, George and Ringo as The Beatles changed the world. Many believe that LOVE, Cirque du Soleil’s interpretation of their legacy, has changed entertainment. With 360º seating, the production attacks the senses and leaves you exhilarated and awed.

Fans of the music will undoubtedly be transported back the era of the Beatles’ revolution. The thrilling aerial acrobatics and colorful imagery offer a psychedelic trip all on its own. For an even more elevated experience there is a narrated backstage tour called TOAST to LOVE which features the history of The Beatles by providing an ensemble of show props, insider fun facts and the ingenuity of the elements in the production of show.


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Shin Lim: LIMITLESS

Currently performing in The Mirage Theater is Magician Shin Lim. The show is called LIMITLESS and after witnessing what he’s capable of you’ll understand where they got that title. He’s the only person to ever win America’s Got Talent twice. He has been called a slight-of-hand wizard and one of the true masters of the craft. The show is appropriate for all ages. Appearing alongside Shin is ‘AGT’ finalist Colin Cloud – The Real-Life Sherlock Holmes, who guarantees to repeatedly blow your mind with his astonishing feats of mind reading. Witness More Amazing Shows On The Strip »

Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat

Possibly the last Vegas resort to include animals as part of their attraction, at Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat you will come face-to-face with some of nature’s most exotic and majestic creatures. There is a pool with bottlenose dolphins and a habitat enclosure with white tigers, white lions and leopards. The big cats are the descendants of those who used to appear in the Siegfried and Roy show.

This attraction is open daily, and insiders say the best time to go is between noon and 3 p.m. because that’s when the tigers are most active.

Aces of Comedy

This is the Strip hotspot to find all of the best comedians in the business under one roof. The lineup for 2022 features the like of Tom Segura, Wayne Brady, Iliza Shlesinger and many more. A slew of famous funny people have graced the stage at Aces of Comedy. With a constantly updating roster, this is the perfect repeat stop for frequent visitors of Vegas—or brand-new guests looking to see their favorite comedian at The Mirage.

Casino

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Step into the bright, lively atmosphere of The Mirage casino. This gaming empire has some of the friendliest hosts on the Strip, and the staff and hosts together make sure that all of the players are well taken care of. The Mirage is also part of the newly-minted MGM Rewards program, which emulates parts of the past Mlife program with upgraded offerings.

Restaurants

Like all major resorts in Las Vegas The Mirage has a variety of stellar eateries to choose from, many of which have stood the test of time and continue to draw repeat customers. Note there are also two new dining and lounge concepts currently under renovation at the resort that are slated to open in early spring.

Cravings (TEMPORARILY CLOSED)

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No resort is complete without a buffet, and The Mirage did not gloss over this classic staple. Cravings is a breakfast, lunch and dinner hotspot in the hotel with affordable prices and a ton of variety. To the disappointment of many, the popular Mirage buffet is closed until further notice following state mandated COVID restrictions.

Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak House

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The number one “most-reserved” restaurant at The Mirage is Heritage Steak House. That said, if you’re planning a stay at the resort or you’re a local looking for a special night out, you will want to make a reservation weeks ahead of time. The kitchen here is open style which makes it more than just a meal, but an experience. Not only can you watch the chefs as they prepare their delights, you’ll also be treated to the aroma of the wood-burning grills, adding even more anticipation. A variety of fresh seafood and steak options are certain to satisfy even the most particular of critics. All the steaks here are prepared over an open flame. The service is excellent and if you’re celebrating a special occasion or having a party, you cannot go wrong.

Costa

You might not want to eat steak for every meal, so Costa is a wonderful Italian dining option. The atmosphere is casual, and the food is satisfyingly tasty. From wood-fired pizzas to handmade pastas and lasagna, this would be a good bet after a day at the pool.  The Chicken Parmigiana is a favorite dish among many, which is topped with fresh basil. Note that the portions here are generous. Add a crisp Italian wine from the extensive wine list and you’re good to go.

Otoro

If you’re staying at The Mirage, you will most certainly find your way to Otoro Robata Grill and Sushi. The trick here is to order several small plates and share, as opposed to ordering two large entrees. Visitors can vouch for the tuna rolls, sea bass skewers and pork belly with Japanese BBQ sauce.

Bars

The Mirage hasn’t had a traditional night club for some time now, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Those looking for late night DJ’s and dancing know exactly where to find that in Las Vegas. At the Mirage you’ll find something different and less hectic.

The Still

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There’s nothing still about this lively sports bar located inside The Mirage, and that’s a good thing. Often referred to as “the ultimate man cave,” The Still is one of the hottest spots in the resort for delicious food, craft beers and more. The dishes are prepared inside a silver airstream trailer that is reminiscent of a different time. In short, the energy at The Still is an excellent way to enjoy the best of the bars on the Strip.

Parlor Cocktail Lounge

If you’re looking for a late-night spot to unwind and enjoy an adult beverage, the Parlor Cocktail Lounge comes highly recommended. Timeless elegance with a contemporary twist is how the hotel describes the venue. Classy and comfortable is how guests would describe it. The list of spirits is long, and bartenders here certainly know how to prepare a proper old-fashioned with aa muddled sugar cube, orange peel and all. The best part, arguably, is the live music. Musicians perform nightly until about 1 a.m. with mostly smooth jazz and pop covers. The Steinway grand piano adds a special touch.

Center Bar

Like many notable Las Vegas resorts, a bar stands proudly in the casino center, ready to welcome gamblers in all stages of the night.

Lobby Bar

Walk into The Mirage and immediately have a drink at their conveniently-located bar. It’s the perfect place to have a drink and wait for check-in.

Shopping

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The Mirage has a solid collection of shops and stores on show for its guests.

Retail Shops

Colton Electronics

Nothing is worse than forgetting a piece of necessary tech while on vacation. Grab chargers, cables, headphones and beyond at this high-tech outlet.

Karma and Luck

The Mirage location of this cool, funky trinket shop has everything a spiritual traveler needs to feel at home. Pick up a few healing stones or a bracelet that falls in line with the “modern and spiritual jewelry” lines that Karma and Luck is known for.

Misura

This one is for the boys. Trendy styles and current brands are available at Misura, with styles ranging from casual to business-appropriate and formal.

Nectar Bath Treats

It’s possible to skip dessert at dinner and enjoy sweetness in the form of personal pampering. Pick up some goodies at Nectar to spruce up a relaxing bath or shower inside your hotel room.

Paradiso

Luxury shopping comes to life in the form of a blend of easygoing beach hues and monochrome tones at Paradiso.

Socks & Bottoms

Stray away from plain undergarments in favor of some novelty fun. Socks & Bottoms has all of the fun, fresh intimate apparel for anyone with a different style of dress.

Gift Shops

Essentials

There are a few Essentials locations inside The Mirage, two throughout the resort and one inside the lobby. This is the place to pick up exactly what the name implies: essentials.

Dolphin Shop

After spending time with the aquatic animals, grab something at Dolphin Gift Shop to remember your trip by.

Secret Garden

If flora and fauna are more your style, check out the Secret Garden gift shop for sweet sundries.

The Beatles Shop

Take the magic of the Cirque show home with you. The Beatles Shop sells all of the groovy memorabilia that true fans will get a kick out of.

The Future of The Mirage Las Vegas

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Hard Rock Entertainment has acquired The Mirage with a deal that is expected to close in the second half of 2022.  Seminole Gaming owns the Hard Rock resort brand which means it will be the first property on the Strip to be run by a tribal gaming company.  What will remain and what goes hasn’t entirely been revealed, but rumor has it the Y-shaped hotel structure will stay intact, and the volcano will disappear to make way for a giant new guitar-shaped hotel tower.  For locals, the crowd that will no doubt feel an emotional change when The Mirage is no longer, but the evolution is part of what makes Las Vegas so great.

If you haven’t been to The Mirage before, get there soon. Those who have experienced it first-hand know it was no illusion. And while the resort will eventually disappear, at least in some form, the magic will remain.  

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Start Earning With a Brand New Rewards Program at the Mirage

Some vacationers are here to party till the sun comes up over Las Vegas Boulevard. If you’re not one of them, The Mirage casino and hotel may be just your speed.

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Earn MGM Rewards at The Mirage

You can leave the crowds and commotion behind and escape to a tropical oasis in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. Feel your stress melt away when you gaze at the 20,000 gallon saltwater aquarium behind the front desk. In addition to reducing stress, watching fish lowers blood pressure and decreases heart rate.

MGM Rewards Replaces Mlife

Earning rewards should be stress free, so it’s important to know about the new loyalty program that has replaced Mlife at the Mirage and other MGM properties. MGM Rewards officially launched Feb. 1, 2022, and offers more ways to earn and redeem rewards, as well as added perks for low to mid-tier status members. A popular change to the Gold Tier is the addition of comped resort fees.

Earn on Non-Gaming Activities

Under Mlife, $1 bought 25 Tier Credits. Now, players earn four Tier Credits for every $1 spent on non-gaming activities. That means a player would have to spend more than $18,000 to achieve gold status. Unlike before, however, you’ll enjoy no resort fees at gold and above.

Earn for Hotel Stay, Dining and Entertainment

Whether you’re staying in a resort king or a three bedroom villa, start earning Tier Credits and Rewards Points when you reserve your room at The Mirage. Continue to rack up rewards when you dine at restaurants like Costa, Diablo’s Cantina and Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steak. Lounges including The Lobby Bar at The Mirage and the Center Bar in the casino also take part in MGM Rewards.

Entertainment is included in the points program and The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil has wowed critics and guests for years. If comedy is your thing, Tom Segura and other famous comedians appear at Aces of Comedy in constant rotation.

Relax and Earn

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Tops are optional at the adults-only Bare Pool Lounge at the Mirage. Earn rewards when you order food and drinks served poolside, or sit down to eat at Paradise Cafe. The outdoor cafe is closed for the season. Also closed temporarily, the Bare Pool Lounge is scheduled to reopen May 27, 2022. Don’t miss the waterfalls and lush greenery that transform the main pool into a tropical paradise. A tiki-style bar by the pool serves drinks and snacks and is included in the rewards program.

Keep collecting rewards at The Spa when you unwind with a massage or body treatment, or visit one of the meditation rooms to quiet your mind. Whether you need a whole new look or just a mani-pedi, the glam squad at The Mirage Salon has you covered. If it’s a simple men’s haircut you’re after, you’re in luck as The Salon has a two-station barbershop.

Accumulate Points in the Casino

Play slots and video poker to earn Tier Credits, MGM Rewards Points and Slot Dollars, which can be exchanged for Freeplay. Earn Tier Credits and MGM Rewards Points playing one of the many table games on the more than 100,000 square foot casino floor. Rewards are calculated based on game type, average bet and length of play. Are sports your thing? Collect Tier Credits when you place a wager at the sportsbook at the Mirage or on the BetMGM app.

How Rewards are Calculated

In the long run, the house keeps a piece of every dollar a gambler puts at risk in a casino. That’s why employees at Las Vegas casinos are happy to offer rewards to loyal gamblers. Comps are based on the average dollar amount a player is expected to lose each day, known as average daily theoretical or ADT. It’s unrelated to how much you actually win or lose.

To calculate your ADT, the pit boss observes your play. He records how much you cash in and out for, how long you stay at the table, what games you play and what size you bet. Typically, an average bet of $25 per hand is required to have your play rated at a Las Vegas Strip casino. In the end, the casino comes up with a dollar figure representing how much it expects you to lose each day, and comps you around 20 to 30% of that amount.

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How to get More Comps

Playing slots or video poker is the fastest way to earn MGM Rewards Points. You can’t get points without a players card, but there are still times it’s best not to use one—primarily, when you don’t plan to gamble long or invest much money. Pretend you put $1000 into play on Saturday, then in a rush to catch your flight the next day, you can’t resist tapping the spin button a few more times. Do that and the high rating you earned Saturday will plummet. In situations like this, go ahead and play Sunday. Just don’t use your players card.

It may take some of the fun out of gambling, but you’ll earn the most comps by draining your entire bankroll for the trip in one day at one casino. Gambling $600 on the same day earns a player a higher rating and more comps than betting $200 in chips each day for three days.

Back-End Comps

Hotel and casino guests who gamble frequently can request comps, and sometimes they will be granted. Charge everything to your room and before checkout, go to the rewards desk and ask to speak to a casino host. Ask him to review your play and see if he can remove any charges.

Always Take Advantage of Promotions

Start earning 2x Tier Credits during The MGM Rewards 2x multiplier promotion running February 1st to April 30, 2022.  It’s good on all casino gaming, as well as hotel, food and spa spend. The Mirage periodically runs multiplier events. Play only on promotion days if your schedule is flexible.

Inquire About a Casino Host 

Think of your casino host as you would a concierge at a hotel. A host will remember what you like and get you the best comps to suit your wants and needs. This includes upgraded rooms, limo rides to and from the airport and show tickets. Big betters are often pursued by casino hosts. If that hasn’t happened, a guest can ask the rewards desk to check his play to see if he qualifies.

Line of Credit

It’s common for casinos like The Mirage to offer players a line of credit, giving them the freedom to gamble without carrying cash or being limited by the constraints of daily ATM limits and fees. The minimum amount that can be requested at The Mirage is $2500. If approved, the casino gives the player a marker that can be traded to the dealer for chips. Typically, a player has 30 days to pay off a marker, although casinos usually prefer you settle up before check-out.

How do I Spend my Rewards Credits?

Redeem MGM Rewards Points for hotel stays, food, beverages, entertainment, spa treatments and more in any of over 20 MGM Resorts destinations in the United States. Slot Dollars can be redeemed for Freeplay in the casino.

Protect your Rewards Credits

MGM Rewards members must use their players card at least once every six months or lose their Rewards Points. There’s no minimum amount you have to spend to remain active. All it takes is one spin the reels or a quick bite at the food court at any MGM property in the United States. Members do, however, have to start over every year when it comes to accumulating Tier Credits, which reset to zero each January.

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Types of Rewards

The program offers several types of rewards. Tier Credit establishes your player status at the resort as Sapphire, Pearl, Gold, Platinum or Noir. Rewards Points work like cash at hotels, restaurants, spas and shows. Additionally, you may get a free room, buffet or other offer by mail or email. Accepting it has no impact on your Rewards Points balance.

Sapphire – up to 19,999 Tier Credits

Guests automatically achieve Sapphire Tier status when they sign up for a players card. All tiers include personalized offers and room discounts.

Pearl – 20,000 Tier Credits

Pearl Tier members are given a dedicated line at participating buffets, a 10% bonus on points earned playing slots and complimentary concert tickets.

Gold – 75,000 Tier Credits

For the first time, Gold Tier status comes with waived resort fees. Members also earn a 20% bonus on points earned playing slots. Other benefits include a priority hotel check-in line, complimentary room upgrades, 4 p.m. late checkout when available and a $100 tier achievement dinner.

Platinum – 200,000 Tier Credits

Platinum comes with all of the above, plus a $600 airfare credit, $200 tier achievement dinner and 30% bonus on points earned playing slots. The second tier to the top also comes with priority access to valet and taxi service and a complimentary cruise.

NOIR – By invitation only

This prestigious level allows the chosen few to indulge in all the perks of the other tiers plus collect a 40% bonus on points earned playing slots. Benefits include up to a $1200 airfare credit, a $500 tier achievement dinner and free limo rides to and from the airport.

Games at The Mirage Casino

Video Poker

Do millions of loyal video poker players know something the rest of us don’t?

A great game to play for comps, video poker has some of the best odds in the casino. The house edge is less than 3%, and it’s still possible to find machines in Vegas with no house edge. It’s not unusual for a player to lose in the  casino and still come out on top by including comps in the equation.

All video poker machines display their pay tables. If you’re playing Jacks or Better, look for a machine that pays 9x your bet for a full house and 6x for a flush. When you find one, put your money in, press “deal”, and five cards will be dealt face-up on the screen. The player has the option to hold or discard any or all of his cards. They select the best ones to hold and hit the “deal” button. The rest of the cards are taken away and new ones appear in their place. The five cards on the screen make up the player’s final poker hand. Winners are paid based on how high up their hands are on the pay table.

Slots

It’s not possible to win on slot machines in the long run. So why do people play, even the ones that know they can’t win?

Unlike any other game on the casino floor, the right set of slots offer the chance to win life-changing money while betting less than a dollar. The likelihood of winning a jackpot of $1 million or more on a slot machine is 60 million to one. The Nevada Megabucks progressive jackpot is worth more than $10 million. The minimum bet to qualify for the progressive is three coins per spin. They’re all dollar machines, so the minimum bet on a Megabucks slot is $3 a spin.

High-Limit Slots

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Play no-limit baccarat and blackjack at the exclusive High-Limit Lounge at The Mirage. Along with gaming tables, the lounge features a bar where customers can play video poker. The stylish lounge is made up of three semi-private gaming areas with a private restroom. When you pass the rewards desk, you’ll see it on your right. Nearby, the maximum bet is $1,000 per spin at the High-Limit Slot area.

Blackjack

To win a hand of the classic Vegas game of Blackjack, come closer to 21 than the dealer without busting. The players and the dealer each start with two cards. The player’s cards are face-up in 6-deck and above. The dealer’s first card is dealt face down and his second is exposed to the table. The player decides what his first move will be, taking his own hand and the dealer’s up card into consideration. He can hit when the player thinks an additional card will improve the hand. When the player is satisfied with their cards, standing is the correct decision.

A player who feels confident in their hand can double down, putting out a second bet and taking one more card. A player who is dealt two equal cards can bet again and signal the dealer to split them into two separate hands. The dealer adds one additional card to each, then depending on the rules of the table, the player can hit, double down or resplit.

Some blackjack tables allow a player to surrender, which means forfeiting the hand in exchange for half of their bet back. According to basic strategy, a player should always surrender 16 vs. a dealer 9 – ace. You can find basic strategy charts online and in casino gift shops.

Roulette

European, or single-zero roulette, has far better odds for the player than the double and triple-zero versions. In many Las Vegas casinos, no alternative to double and triple-zero games exist, but The Mirage has European Roulette.

The house edge at a European Roulette table is 2.7%, as opposed to a 5.26% house edge at a double-zero game. Triple-zero roulette is the worst offender with a 7.69% house edge. The odds are best in European Roulette because the wheel has the fewest number of pockets. The European Wheel has 37 pockets, compared to 38 and 39 for double and triple-zero wheels. Payouts are the same on all wheels, and a straight bet, called a single-number bet, pays 35:1. With less than a 3% chance of success, place a $10 straight bet and the dealer will give you back your original wager and another $350 when the ball lands on your number.

Craps

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The higher-level Craps players ask themselves one question when reaching for chips: “am I with the shooter or against them?” Around 90% of players come down on the side of the shooter and bet the Pass Line. The rest take the opposite position and bet the Don’t Pass Line. The shooter wins even money on his first roll of the dice, called the Come Out Roll, if they land on seven or 11, called a natural.

All of their table mates who bet the Pass Line win as well, but not those who bet the Don’t Pass Line. However, if the shooter rolls a two, three or 12, the Pass Line players lose. Players who bet the Don’t Pass Line win on a two or three, and push on a 12. When the shooter rolls four, five, six, eight, nine or 10, that becomes their Come Out Point. They win by rolling their point again before rolling a seven.

Baccarat

With almost nothing to go on, a great baccarat game and an even greater player can only guess who will win the next hand. Fortunately, that’s all that’s required of them. They make a bet on the player, the banker or a tie. Two cards are dealt face up to the players and the banker. If either draws an eight or a nine, nine being the best hand in baccarat, the player wins and no more cards are drawn. If they’re both dealt eight or nine, it’s a tie.

Draw any number other than eight or nine and the banker consults a rule book to dictate the player’s next move. Tens and face cards are worth zero and aces have a value of one. If a player’s cards add up to a two-digit number, only the second number is counted. The casino has a 1.06% advantage when you bet on the banker, but the player pays a 5% commission. The house edge on the player is 1.24%. The house has an insurmountable 14.36% advantage when you bet on a tie.

Pai Gow Poker

The hand starts when the players make their ante bets and the banker deals them and himself seven cards each. The cards are broken down into two-card poker hands and five-card hands. The five-card hand must out-rank the two-card hand which can only consist of high cards or a pair. It takes two hands that beat both the banker’s to win even money at Pai Gow Poker. A slow-paced game, more than 40% of Pai Gow Poker hands end in a push, stretching your bankroll further than almost any other casino game. The house edge at Pai Gow Poker is 2.72%.

Traditional poker hand rankings are used to determine winners, with a few exceptions—most notably the royal flush. Always at the top of the rankings, it’s the second best hand in this poker-based game. A Pai Gow Poker deck has 53 cards, including a joker that can be used as an ace or to complete a straight or flush. Four aces and a joker make five of a kind, the top ranking hand in the game. An ace – five straight, called a wheel, moves up in the rankings. The lowest straight in Texas Hold’em is the second highest in Pai Gow Poker, only behind 10 – ace.

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Let it Ride 

A player makes three equal wagers right off the bat in Let it Ride, with the opportunity to take up to two bets back when he looks at his cards. The players are each dealt three cards face down. Two community cards that can be used by any player to improve the strength of his hand are laid face down in front of the dealer. The only hand of consequence in Let it Ride is yours. You’re not competing with the dealer or the other players over who has the best hand. You’re paid based on the strength of your hand. After seeing his cards, a player has the option to Pull Back his first bet, or play his hand and Let it Ride. Once he makes his move, the dealer turns over the first community card. The player then decides between playing the hand and getting his second bet back. The dealer unveils the second community card, but the third bet stays on the table. The hand proceeds to showdown, and the dealer reveals each player’s final five-card poker hand. It takes 10’s or better to win a hand of Let it Ride.

Three-Card Poker

The object of Three-Card Poker is to make a hand that ranks higher than the dealer’s using only three cards. Before any cards are dealt, the player places an ante wager, with the option to place a pair plus side bet. The dealer deals three cards face down to himself and each player. Should a player opt to fold, the hand ends and he loses his ante bet and pair plus bet if one was made. If a player wants to take the hand to showdown, he can make another wager, the same size as the ante wager, called a play bet.

When a bet’s been placed, the dealer turns over the cards and compares hands. The dealer needs queen high or better to qualify. Otherwise, the player wins even money on his ante bet and his play bet is returned. He wins even money on both bets when his hand is superior, and loses both when the dealer’s hand outranks his. The hand ends in a push when the player and dealer tie. The probability of possible outcomes is a win at 44.91%, a push at 0.06% and a loss at 55.03%.

Crazy “4” Poker

The Mirage has a large selection of popular table games. Certain ones, such as Crazy “4” Poker, can’t be found in just any casino.

The object of the game is to make a higher ranking four-card poker hand than the dealer. It takes four cards, instead of five, to complete a straight or flush in Crazy “4” Poker. The player gets the ball rolling by placing two equal bets on the Ante and Super Bonus, which pays a straight or better. The player looks at the five cards in his hand and either folds and forfeits the bets or, if holding a pair of aces or better, raises and makes a Play bet up to 3x the ante. Anything less than aces and the Play bet is limited to the size of the Ante. Once a Play bet is made, the dealer turns their cards over and compares hands to identify a winner.

The player is paid even money on their Ante bet and his Play bet is returned when the dealer doesn’t have king high or better. The player is paid even money on both bets when their four-card poker hand outranks the dealer’s hand. The hand ends in a push when the player and dealer tie. The player loses his Ante and Play bets when the dealer has the better hand. The Super Bonus wager is paid when the player gets a straight even if the dealer has a higher straight. The hand is a push if the player has less than a straight, but beats or ties with the dealer. The house has a 3.42% edge in Crazy “4” Poker.

Ultimate Texas Hold’em

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Timing matters in Ultimate Texas Hold’em because each time a community card is turned over, the amount a player can bet is reduced. To begin the hand, each player makes two equal bets on the Ante and Blind, and an optional third bet on Trips, that pays out on three of a kind. Players are required to make one additional wager, called a Play bet, or fold by the time the last community card is revealed. The players and the dealer are each dealt two cards face down. After looking at his hand, a player can check and see the next card or make a bet 3x or 4x the size of his Ante bet. Three community cards are revealed that can be shared between the players and the dealer.

Players are only allowed one Play bet, so checking is the only option for those who bet on the first round. It’s a second opportunity for players who checked the last card to make a wager worth 2x the Ante. The final two community cards are revealed and players examine their hands. Those who haven’t made a Play wager must bet 1x the Ante or fold and forfeit their bets.

When all Play bets are made, the dealer turns over their cards and compares hands. The dealer needs at least a pair to qualify, otherwise the player wins even money on his Play bet and his Ante bet is returned. When the player has the best five-card poker hand, they are paid even money on Ante and Play bets, and their Blind bet pays out according to the strength of the hand. A player needs a straight or better to win the Blind bet. When the dealer’s hand beats the player’s, the dealer loses all three bets. The Blind bet is a push when the player beats the dealer with less than a straight. Ultimate Texas Hold’em has a 2.185% house edge.

Mississippi Stud

Unlike Texas Hold’em, Mississippi Stud is a single player game. Make a pair of jacks or better and win, regardless of what anyone else at the table is holding. Play starts when each player makes an ante bet. They’re dealt two cards face down, and three community cards are placed face down on the table. The dealer doesn’t get cards in Mississippi Stud.

Once they review their hands, players have two options: check and see the first community card, or make a “3rd Street” bet one to three times the size of the ante. The dealer turns over the first card and the player can fold or make the same bet as before, called “4th Street” this time. The next community card is revealed and the player can fold or make a “5th Street” bet 1x to 3x the ante. When the final community card is turned over, the player’s hands are evaluated and paid according to rank.

Sportsbook

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Watch sports and horse racing on 85’ HD projection screens at BetMGM Sportsbook at The Mirage. It has seating for more than 250 people, including a luxury box available by reservation. The seats typically fill up fast during major sporting events, so it’s best to show up early. There’s also a bar inside the sportsbook that serves food and drinks.

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Mirage Sells to Hard Rock

Plenty of things stand out on the Las Vegas Strip, but the new guitar-shaped Hard Rock hotel is sure to draw attention. In December 2021, MGM Resorts International announced plans to sell the operations of The Mirage Hotel and Casino to Hard Rock International for $1.075 billion. The sale is for the operations alone because MGM Resorts International does not own the underlying real estate. Hard Rock plans to add a new tower, overhaul the 77-acre site and gut and remodel all the rooms. As an ambitious project, the full scope of work is expected to take up to three years to complete.

The Mirage Volcano

Millions visit active volcanoes each year, and the only one most people have seen in person is in front of The Mirage. Exploding nightly for more than 30 years, the volcano will be removed in the renovation. At the present time, the 90-foot volcano fires on the hour from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

The Mirage Las Vegas Reviews

4.4

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Rated 4.4/5 based on reviews from all travelers.

Very good for traveling with friends. Close to Las Vegas Strip. Good for sightseeing and located near shopping areas. Great pool. Beautiful beach.

Pool
4.3 / 5
911 reviews
Clean pool area. Clean pool area.
Location
4.3 / 5
1750 reviews
Good location, close to public transport. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Good location, close to public transport. Central location with great sightseeing, dining out and shopping. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Reasonably accessible by car.
Beach
4.2 / 5
43 reviews
Awesome beach and beach sports. Awesome beach and beach sports.
Service
3.9 / 5
2010 reviews
Service is friendly and professional, especially the pool/beach service. Average reception and restaurant service, but management is not great. Service is friendly and professional, especially the pool/beach service. Average reception and restaurant service, but management is not great. Average bar service and housekeeping. Room service is average. Recreation staff is nice. Great hotel security. Booking process should be better organized. Concierge service is average. Shuttle service can be an issue.
Breakfast
3 / 5
88 reviews
Breakfast is decent but expensive. Breakfast is decent but expensive.
Comfort
2.9 / 5
883 reviews
Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Small bathrooms, noisy rooms, and deficient A/C. Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Small bathrooms, noisy rooms, and deficient A/C.
Room
2.9 / 5
2968 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Small rooms and poorly cleaned bathrooms. Rooms lacking maintenance, with poor quality kitchenettes, furniture and TV's. Shower can be a problem.
Cleanliness
2.8 / 5
1421 reviews
Dining area is relatively clean. Rooms and bathrooms are untidy, but pool area is clean. Dining area is relatively clean. Rooms and bathrooms are untidy, but pool area is clean. Clean hotel facilities.
WiFi
2.6 / 5
38 reviews
WiFi is good value. WiFi is good value.
Value
2.2 / 5
842 reviews
Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Beverages could be cheaper. Free internet.

Good to know

  • Bathroom could be optimized
  • Friendly atmosphere
  • Hotel could use some updating
  • Nice building

Rated 4.1/5 based on reviews from families.

Near city centre.Luxurious Hotel.

Pool
4.3 / 5
237 reviews
Clean pool area. Clean pool area.
Location
4.3 / 5
355 reviews
Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Great location. Accessible by car, but parking is costly. Near city centre with great sightseeing and nearby restaurants.
Beach
4.3 / 5
5 reviews
Beautiful beach. Beautiful beach.
Service
3.7 / 5
396 reviews
Service is friendly and professional, especially the pool/beach service. Reception, housekeeping and restaurant service were adequate. Service is friendly and professional, especially the pool/beach service. Reception, housekeeping and restaurant service were adequate. Room service is average. Great hotel security. Booking process should be better organized. Recreation staff is nice. Bar service is acceptable.
Breakfast
3.1 / 5
13 reviews
Breakfast is average. Breakfast is average.
Comfort
3 / 5
209 reviews
Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Small bathrooms, noisy rooms, and deficient A/C. Large rooms with average comfort and standard beds. Small bathrooms, noisy rooms, and deficient A/C.
Vibe
2.8 / 5
142 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. Entrance area is ok. Luxurious Hotel.
Room
2.8 / 5
648 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Guests complain about cleanliness, maintenance, and furnishing. Small rooms and poorly cleaned bathrooms. Outdated rooms with poor kitchenettes, minibars and A/C. Shower can be a problem.
Cleanliness
2.7 / 5
299 reviews
Quite clean. Rooms and bathrooms are untidy, but pool area is clean. Quite clean. Rooms and bathrooms are untidy, but pool area is clean.
Bar
2.6 / 5
14 reviews
Standard bar. Alcoholic drinks are not the best. Standard bar. Alcoholic drinks are not the best. Bar service is acceptable.
Food
2.6 / 5
127 reviews
Overall dining experience is fine but menu is pricey and not highly rated. Overall dining experience is fine but menu is pricey and not highly rated.
Value
1.5 / 5
162 reviews
Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced. Value for money could be better. Food is a bit overpriced.

Good to know

  • Near city centre
  • Luxurious Hotel
  • Good pool/beach service
  • Booking process should be better organized

Rated 4.1/5 based on reviews from couples.

Good fitness area.

Location
4.3 / 5
179 reviews
Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Great location. Pricey, inconvenient parking. Shopping, restaurants and bars in the area are great.
Pool
4.2 / 5
68 reviews
Great pool. Great pool.
Service
3.5 / 5
116 reviews
Service is adequate. Service at reception and in restaurant are okay. Service is adequate. Service at reception and in restaurant are okay. Great housekeepers and professional service. Recreation staff is nice.
Room
3 / 5
239 reviews
Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Average but big rooms with wonderful views, and okay beds. Outdated rooms with complaints about minibars, A/C, and cleanliness. Small rooms and poorly cleaned bathrooms. Rooms lacking maintenance, with poor quality kitchenettes, furniture and TV's. Shower can be a problem.
Breakfast
2.9 / 5
15 reviews
Breakfast is decent but expensive. Breakfast is decent but expensive.
Cleanliness
2.9 / 5
97 reviews
Rooms and bathrooms inadequately cleaned. Rooms and bathrooms inadequately cleaned.
Vibe
2.8 / 5
63 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. Pleasant entrance area.
Bar
2.6 / 5
9 reviews
Standard bar. Standard bar.
Value
2.1 / 5
83 reviews
Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining. Value for money could be better. Pricey breakfast and dining.
WiFi
2.1 / 5
5 reviews
Wifi quality could be improved. Wifi quality could be improved.

Good to know

  • High priced breakfast
  • Good fitness area
  • Bathroom could be bigger
  • Alcoholic drinks are not the best

Rated 3.9/5 based on reviews from solo travelers.

Pleasant entrance area.

Location
4.2 / 5
29 reviews
Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy. Well-located, although unfortunately the parking isn't easy.
Pool
4.1 / 5
8 reviews
Great pool. Great pool.
Service
3.8 / 5
20 reviews
Friendly service. Friendly service.
Vibe
3.1 / 5
10 reviews
OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating. OK vibe and a friendly atmosphere. Hotel could use some updating.
Comfort
2.8 / 5
20 reviews
Beds are decent and generally comfortable. Large, but poorly air conditioned rooms. Beds are decent and generally comfortable. Large, but poorly air conditioned rooms.
Cleanliness
2.5 / 5
15 reviews
Rooms could be cleaner. Rooms could be cleaner.
Room
2.4 / 5
43 reviews
Bad bathrooms with deficient A/C and inadequately clean rooms. Rooms are spacious with standard beds. Bad bathrooms with deficient A/C and inadequately clean rooms. Rooms are spacious with standard beds.
Value
2.1 / 5
13 reviews
Value for money could be better. Value for money could be better.

Good to know

  • AC needs updating
  • Pleasant entrance area
  • Parking should be cheaper
  • Could be quieter

Rated 4/5 based on reviews from business travelers.

Professional service.Clean hotel facilities.

Pool
4.4 / 5
8 reviews
Great pool. Great pool.
Location
4.2 / 5
21 reviews
Great location. Great location.
Service
3.9 / 5
27 reviews
Friendly service, and reception was okay. Friendly service, and reception was okay.
Comfort
2.8 / 5
8 reviews
Beds are decent and generally comfortable. Beds are decent and generally comfortable.
Vibe
2.7 / 5
11 reviews
Decent vibe. Hotel could use some updating. Decent vibe. Hotel could use some updating.
Cleanliness
2.5 / 5
22 reviews
Rooms could be cleaner. Clean hotel facilities. Rooms could be cleaner. Clean hotel facilities.
Room
2.4 / 5
41 reviews
Untidy rooms with acceptable beds but poor bathrooms. Older rooms with subpar minibars. Untidy rooms with acceptable beds but poor bathrooms. Older rooms with subpar minibars.

Good to know

  • Professional service
  • Clean hotel facilities
  • Friendly service
  • Fantastic service

FAQs about The Mirage Las Vegas Hotel

Where is The Mirage Las Vegas?

The Mirage Las Vegas is found at 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 - browse our map of the Las Vegas Strip.

How often does Mirage Volcano erupt?

The Mirage volcano erupts at the top of the hour from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. daily, making it one of the best free attractions on the Strip.

Does The Mirage have a pool?

Yes, The Mirage has a main pool and a European-style bathing pool, a rarity for pools on the Strip.

Is The Mirage good for kids?

With its tropical theme and cool attractions, The Mirage is one of the most kid-friendly hotels on the Strip.

Does The Mirage have a gym?

The Mirage has a state-of-the-art gym to complement its luxurious Vegas spa, and offers fitness classes and other healthy services to guests.

What is The Mirage famous for?

The Mirage is home to a massive outdoor volcano, which erupts on a consistent schedule and is one of the can’t-miss free attractions on the Las Vegas Strip.

What is The Mirage going to be called?

The Mirage is going to be transformed into the Hard Rock Hotel, which was solidified in its planning at the end of 2021.

Can you smoke inside The Mirage casino?

The casino does allow smoking in certain areas. Check out more smoking hotels in Las Vegas on the Strip.

Where is The Mirage casino on the Strip?

The Mirage is located in the middle of the Strip, and sits close to Caesars Palace and Best Western Plus Casino Royale.

Does The Mirage have a casino?

Yes. The Mirage has a fun, friendly casino located on the property. Read more about The Mirage Las Vegas to familiarize yourself with the hotel and its offerings.