Just a great place to stay we have been staying here for the last 5 years easy access to travel and being away from strip not noisy. They do have a shuttle if you dont have a car to get around there are grocery stores a couple of blocks away and The Orleans just down the road just love it we come at least once a year to do our shopping for Xmas at Kohls which again just 10 minutes up the road We also enjoy the fact that the security is wonderful and they do have help yourself breakfast with bagels and such they get our approval top notcheasy access to everything and away from strip
Traveller from Saskatoon Canada
This French-themed hotel is 3 miles from the Las Vegas Strip.More
"We are very happy each time we go to the Mandalay "
Great hotel to go. Beautiful, and fairly priced including for the restaurants and playing at the casino areas.
It was over the weekend and really they keep the starting price of gambling very fair and not increasing the minimum bet as most or some many hotels do. There was a nice dealer at the crap table that helped me with the rules which made it really fun for me. I highly recommend it !
Traveller from Los Angeles
3 miles from the airport, the 43-story Mandalay Bay Resort sits on 60 acres at the south end of the Strip; a complimentary …More
"Clean, Economical, Good location (Outside of Vegas"
Asked for a refridgerator when booking... At check-in was told it was extra. Agreed to $ 5.00/day charge for refridgerator...waited 2 hours...no refridgerator. Called desk and 10 minutes later, housekeeping brought refridgerator.
Only other incident...water valve came off in my hand while in the shower and I couldn’t turn off the water (Around 11:00 PM). Maintenance was on it within 10 minutes.
All-in-all...a good stay. Staff was friendly, courteous, and efficient. Room was comfortable... I would stay again...
Traveller from Southwestern U.S.
This suburban hotel with adjacent RV park is on Boulder Highway, less than 3 miles from the Las Vegas National Golf Club and …More
In the foothills of the Spring Mountains, Summerlin is a planned community once owned by eccentric mogul Howard Hughes. Northwest Las Vegas is a golfer’s haven: about a dozen courses are open to the public. Red Rock Canyon offers spectacular vistas accessible via a 13-mile scenic drive and 30 miles of hiking trails. Hikes around Mount Charleston provide a welcome respite from the Vegas heat.