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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I've stayed at the Mirage before and I think of the Mirage as one of the more "high end" resorts on the strip. Everything was great (the service, the restaurants, the buffet) aside from the cleanliness of the rooms. The room was very dusty. I can usually overlook that because sometimes rooms aren't rented in awhile and they get dusty but it gets worse...we found a dirty cleaning rag in the tub left by the housekeeper (I'm still ok at this point), my black pants hit the floor for about 5 seconds and when I picked them up they were covered in dust and fuzz from an un-vacuumed carpet (I'm starting to get annoyed at this point but I'm a pretty tolerant person). What sent me over the edge was the last night when taking a shower I noticed a used band-aid on the shower wall (that did not belong to my husband nor I). THAT I cannot overlook. We'll continue to visit the Mirage casino and restaurants but we will not stay here again.More
Andrea J, 60439
Room OK go downsized because it was free
Stories kept changing about the room and thence the parking price was to be free and my car got out 6 min late an was 18 dollars . After 5hat I 3 different answers about 5he problem and nothing ever be come of itMore
Rooms not that great but overall a great hotel.
The breakfast in the hotel was excellent and reasonably priced. Dealers at all the tables were friendly, not like some of the other 4 star hotels in Vegas. Drink prices at bit pricey but if you gamble and tip good your drinks are good. Had a cocktail waitress who was elderly and she was the bomb.More
Great time ,staff was good ,drinks at bar very pricier, stay at tables and slots and tip good ,you'll get lots of drinks faster and cheaper, I stopped at the bar to get a bottle of water and the bar tender said that will be 3.50,so i went to the slots put in a dollar and asked the waitress for 2 bottles of water ,got them for a 1 dollar tip, go to Ellis island restaurant to eat,great food and really great pricesMore
Nice, Not Luxurious
As you enter The Mirage hotel there are words etched into the glass letting you know you're entering a luxury hotel. I always find this a little obnoxious. Let me be the judge of that. Sort of the school yard lesson that if you have to tell people you're cool, you're probably not. It is a nicely done, very large Vegas casino hotel. It's clearly not one of the newer hotels, but it's in good shape and well cared for. A nice Marriott or Hyatt, but luxury makes me think of Montage or Ritz-Carlton where luxury is that they just do everything well, without being overt or boastful. There was about a 10 minute line for the check-in counter, and even though I was traveling with a lot of gear for business reasons - not a bellman in sight. I got a good room rate and then found there was also a mandatory daily $36 resort fee. Basically that gave me internet access and a couple things I didn't want and I suspect few people use. Essentially the room is $36 more than advertised - but resort fees have become very common with hotels so I'm not going to fight that here. My room was nice, clean and comfortable. Exactly what I would expect from a well run large hotel - but lacking in that decadent feeling you get when you check into a truly luxurious room and consider cancelling everything on your schedule for the next 48 hours so you can just linger in the room. My biggest issue with the hotel were the prices of everything outside the room. Food and drink are easily 50- 100% more than I'd normally pay at similar type businesses outside the hotel. A hamburger with dill pickle spear (no fries, parsley garnish, etc.) was $16. It was a decent burger, but by the time I added fries and a beer it was over $30 not including tax and tip. A Starbucks coffee and snack was $12.50, something I regularly get for about $7 at Starbucks at home. Even a small bottled water in the gift shop was $5.50. Most convenience stores charge about $2 There are LOTS of hotel options in Vegas, so based on this visit I wouldn't recommend The Mirage. There's nothing particularly wrong with it (other than the prices of food and drink) but when they try and tell you it's a luxury hotel - and you know that there are places like Wynn, The Cosmopolitan or Palms Place nearby you realize it's actually just a nice Holiday Inn trying to convince you it's one of the big boys.More
Don R, 32279
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