The Mirage has a reputation for its well-equipped rooms, huge pool and great dining options. Plus, you can’t miss the fire-spurting mock volcano, which sits right outside its front door.
The Mirage is shaped like an open book, fronted by two big rectangular towers with gold-plated windows unravelling along each one. Right outside the property, there’s an imitation volcano that shoots flames into the air as part of the twice-nightly show.
The lobby features an aquarium filled with colourful fish of all shapes and sizes. It also has its own rainforest – with water features and tropical plants – tucked underneath a big glass dome.
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The Mirage is world-famous for the volcano out in front of the hotel. Every night it erupts to a backdrop of music.
The Mirage has a pretty impressive pool scene right in its backyard. Aside from a handful of pools, you'll also find waterfalls and sun bathing spots.
Portofino Italian restaurant
At Portofino restaurant you'll find hand-made pasta and other classic Italian cuisine given a modern twist. They also have an impressive wine list.
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Lanai's guarantee a wonderful stay
My husband and I stayed in the two bedroom Lanai at the Mirage hotel in Las Vegas. This portion of the hotel is reserved for special hotel guests, and requires hotel key card access to get to. The room was spectacular. Our room was complete with mid-day snacks and complimentary bed-turn-down service. The rooms are on the ground level but have zero cigarette smoke smell once you cross the door to access this portion of the hotel. I cannot wait to go back and experience such a nice room again!More
Taylor T, 56833
I have previously stayed at Mirage without incident, but i arrived at midnight tonight to find my hotel reservation had been cancelled as my credit card on the reservation was rejected. It is my fault for providing a bad credit card number, but credit card numbers are being changed more often than ever due to fraud. As they cancelled it without any notice to me via email or phone, i showed up at the hotel to be told they don't have any rooms and good luck finding one.More
Still A Home-Away-From-Home
Fifth visit to The Mirage and it's as special as ever. Stayed from Monday through Thursday and was totally pleased. Something about walking in the door and getting that first whiff of the rainforest smell makes you know you're in a great place. Check-in was a snap. Was able to handle the paperwork at 9:00AM and leave them my cell phone. They texted about 11:45 when our room was ready. A full three hours ahead of check-in time. Staff was as welcoming as ever and always makes you feel they're genuinely glad you're there. Good room overlooking Caesars Palace with a partial strip view. Very clean and exactly what we needed as we're not in the room that much anyway. Bed was super comfortable, as always, and bathroom was fine. I've read some recent reviews about cigarette smell in the rooms and hallways and was really checking for this. I failed to notice it anywhere. Being a non-smoker it's not something I like and I never noticed it anywhere except occasionally in the casino where you expect to run into it. We dined at the Carnegie Deli, The Pantry and Fin. The Pantry is their 24-hour restaurant which, to our disappointment, was closed (with no explanation on the sign) when we came by about 2:00AM for a late-night snack. I realize they have to clean the place but how about something on the sign saying what's going on and when they will re-open. The Carnegie Deli is a gem. With the original in New York now closed, this is about the only place to get those fabulous sandwiches and the matzo ball soup. Great lunch stop that also serves breakfast. Fin is our favorite of the fine-dining establishments at The Mirage. Wonderful Chinese food in a very relaxing area that provides a wonderful escape from the craziness that can be the Casino at night. We saw The Beatles' Love Show and it's better than ever. Do not visit as Vegas without seeing this show. Another wonderful visit to this iconic hotel and casino. Some things just get better with age.More
Great location, Good room
The hotel is in a great spot with easy access to so many other hotels and attractions. The bed was really comfortable with a nice selection of pillows. The rooms are modern and bright and the lobby is gorgeous. The only thing that I found really uncomfortable about the room was the sensor mini-bar items. They say that I will be automatically charged "for my convenience" if I touch any items. There is nothing convenient about being charged $12 for M&Ms because I accidentally knocked them over. I spent most of the time in the room worried about what not to touch to avoid a huge charge. Please change this, as I would like to stay here again.More
Good value for the price!
Stayed for the second time at Mirage which right in the middle of the strip so there is less walking along the strip. I have stayed at over ten strip hotels and Mirage is my favorite as it is luxurious enough for me but not terrible overpriced. However the food is overpriced except the deli and the LVB Burger. I played a lot of Blackjack and the $25 two deck game with players cards dealt up is a very good game for the players. Everyone their is very friendly but beware the room walls are very thin, like most of the hotels in Vegas. I have seen every Circus Soleau show and Mirages Love is in the top two. Terry Fator show is a cannot miss show and is not too expensive.More
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