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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Resort King Double Room
Resort Queen Double Room
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First visit, not overly impressive against other LV Strip competition
We have stayed in several hotels on and around the LV Strip over several years and as we have never stayed at Mirage, we decided to check it out. Check in was a long line and wait but the clerk was good when we got there. No specials or upgrades offered as we had already booked a preferred view of the Strip room. When we got to the room, we opened the curtains to take in the view, which was of the pool, several roof tops but no Strip view! We contacted Reception and asked for a change which they did arrange and also explained that if you book with any other agency and not Mirage, you may not get what you asked for! Rather disappointing that they don't always honour an external booking request. The check in experience took around two hours or more and wasted part of the day. You also pay for parking at this hotel, which is not standard in all hotels in LV. Room wise, it was clean and well presented though not one of the refurbished rooms that they are currently renovating and making a lot of noise in doing so. In room Mini Bar/fridge has no room for anything you may have brought with you and if you move anything, you pay for it! Fairly standard I suppose. We're not gamblers and so we visited the sights around the location and Mirage is quite well located for walking to several other hotels and Malls, so the stay was enjoyed. We may choose another hotel for aour next visit.More
Stayed at the Mirage , first time in Las Vegas, it was recommended by friends. The position on the strip is great , next to Caesars Palace and directly opposite Harrah. Although the hotel is one of the older ones on the strip it is busy all the time any hour of the day. The rooms are comfortable , just be aware of the mini bar and other items in the room after checking out on your bill. There is an upgrade room called StayWell, these are located on the 12th floor . In my opinion the beds are not as comfortable as the ordinary rooms. I have to say that the front line staff are fantastic ,Ii have to mention Doll and Tom just to name a few. Owing to Hurricane issues their help was invaluable and very supportive. If you are interested in the casino scene then this Hotel is very Lively and a great atmosphere. Overall I would Certainly recommend this hotel for its location, staff and atmosphere.More
We'd stay again
Hubby and I took advantage of a 2 night room comp through the MyVEGAS app and booked a room at Mirage. We typically stay in City Center area, but we were meeting family who were staying at Flamingo. We knew going in that it is an older hotel, so our expectations were not overly high. Upon check in, we were upgraded to a high floor, king room, complete with dual vanities. The view wasn't great, but the room surprised us. Very modern and quite comfortable. Being more mid-strip gave us opportunities to explore other areas, too. Front desk service was great, and the staff were friendly. We'd definitely stay again.More
Ginger H, 56584
$50 to use the mini fridge??? What a joke.
For reference, my husband and I visit Vegas 2x/year and have stayed at: Bellagio, Venetian, Hard Rock, MGM, Aria, Palazzo, TI, & Luxor. Normally I would rate this hotel 3 stars by Vegas standards, but since it's a $50 service charge to store anything in the mini fridge, I'm notching them down on principal. (Alternatively, it's $35 per day to have them bring an additional personal mini fridge to your room.) Apparently, The Mirage is running the airline model for hotels. Pros: -Good central location on the strip -Fast and friendly check-in / out -We received a complimentary 2pm late check out -Great service in the casino restaurants and pool Cons: -Casino machines are dirrrrty, old drinks and food crumbs everywhere. We gambled over the course of 3 days and it never got better -Drinks in the casino are sloooow and the alcohol selection is limited -Aforementioned lack of free mini fridge space, grrr -Cleaning lady came a knocking at 9:30am despite the fact that we had a privacy sign up -No free water bottles -10am construction noises in the room above us?! -Gym is small and limited (bonus! they do wipe off your machines for you!) More
Great first visit
It was the first time for both of us to Tay at he Mirage and it did not disappoint. PROS: - Relatively quick check-in and room was ready at 11:30am, which was very nice as we had a morning flight - Spotless room and friendly, helpful housekeeping staff - We had a problem with our safe and the problem was addressed right away (unlike another hotel we have stayed at on the strip) - Mattresses were very comfortable - Nice view of the pool and views of Ceasar's and Paris - Quiet except for the occasional party goer down the halls - Good variety of restaurants - Great location for us as we really enjoy visiting The Venetian and Ceasar's and Walgreens right across the street for last minute water and sunscreen - Great pools - good temperature, plenty of shade options, rarely had trouble getting a chair, do not bother you about what is in your bag. - Room windows that open, which is a rarity in any hotel CONS: - Mobile check-in was a little confusing. The line for regular check-in was very long and the small line-up and sign for mobile check-in was being blocked. Many people did as we did at first and went straight to the counter to the free computer screen (that did nothing), then realized there was a small line-up. For those who did not realize there was a line they went to the counter and the counter agent just checked them in rather than indicating to join the line - Pillows could use an upgrade. We're light and fluffy at the start of your sleep and then flattened out part way through the night - Carpets on the casino floor need replacing, many areas taped upMore
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