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By webadmin | December 22 2009
The luxurious Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas opened its doors on Friday, December 4, bringing the hotel group’s modern elegance and legendary service to the vibrant city. A festive ribbon cutting and feng shui ceremony marked the hotel’s official opening, and a celebratory gala party, attended by over 500 distinguished guests, launched the hotel to Las Vegas society.
“We are delighted to open in the heart of Las Vegas and look forward to bringing Mandarin Oriental’s renowned levels of service to this important leisure destination,” said Rajesh Jhingon, General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas. “Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is proud to be among the first of many exciting venues to open in the magnificent new resort destination, CityCenter.”
In honor of its debut, the hotel is offering a special opening package, which provides one night of complimentary accommodation in conjunction with one or more consecutive paid nights of stay.
Ideally located at the gateway to CityCenter, the extraordinary urban resort destination, the 47-story, non-gaming Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas boasts spectacular accommodations, superlative dining, an unparalleled spa and state-of-the-art meetings and events facilities. Designed by the award-winning architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, with contemporary interior design by Adam D. Tihany, the property dazzles with a 23rd floor Sky Lobby, providing a stunning arrival experience with glittering views of the city skyline. Every guestroom has exceptional technological enhancements, including keyless door locks and automated control panels that allow guests to manage the lighting, room temperature and entertainment systems at the touch of a button. Three lavish presidential suites are featured on the hotel’s top floors, each measuring over 3,200 square feet.
A host of stylish dining and cocktail venues are available at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas. The hotel’s signature restaurant, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, is the Michelin-star chef’s first U.S. restaurant, serving classic French cuisine with a modern spin. All-day dining establishment, MOzen Bistro features authentic Asian dishes and multi-national fare. Also located on the 23rd floor with windows overlooking the Vegas skyline, the 82-seat Mandarin Bar redefines Las Vegas nightlife with plush furnishings, VIP room, creative snacks and an extensive cocktail menu. The intimate Tea Lounge provides guests a scenic meeting place for a refreshing beverage. For those on the go, Amore Patisserie, located directly on Las Vegas Boulevard, serves a variety of gourmet foods, pastries, coffees and teas.
The two-level, 27,000-square-foot Spa is a prominent feature of the hotel, with 17 treatment rooms, multiple relaxation and water experiences, expansive Fitness Center and dedicated yoga studio. The Spa provides a tranquil and a completely holistic experience based on the union of modern techniques and Eastern traditions. Hotel guests and residence owners can also enjoy a magnificent pool facility with 20 cabanas and a Poolside Café, serving seasonal, light fare.
With more than 12,000 square feet of elegantly designed function space, Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is the ideal setting for intimate gatherings or events for as many as 600 guests. Conveniently situated on the hotel’s third level and flooded with natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows, the 7,650-square-foot Oriental Ballroom and the hotel’s three smaller function rooms are all equipped with state-of-the-art technology systems and spacious pre-function areas. A dedicated event planning team is on-hand to ensure every function is executed with the uncompromising attention to detail for which Mandarin Oriental is famed.