A luxurious and calm casino-free bubble amidst the madness of Las Vegas; this modern hotel with sleek décor and subtle Asian inspired touches is the answer to a (slightly) more peaceful stay in Sin City.

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There are 392 rooms and suites over 47 floors, offering plenty of panoramic views of the iconic Vegas Strip. Guestrooms are modern and sleek, with rich colours and fabrics, modern tech touches and floor to ceiling windows.

Twist is the signature restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental, offering a menu of fine French cuisine under the expert control of chef Pierre Gagnaire, who's Paris offering has no less than three Michelin Stars. Located on the 23rd floor, diners can enjoy a menu of contemporary French dishes whilst ogling dramatic views, and sampling offerings from the suspended wine loft.

A copious breakfast buffet is served at MOZen Bistro, as well as Asian inspired offerings for lunch and dinner in a more low key setting than Twist. The Pool Café offers light bites and American classics, whilst guests can quench their thirst with fine Teas in the Tea Lounge, or inventive cocktails at Mandarin Lounge on the 23rd floor.

If the bars, clubs, shows, and casino's of Sin City become a little too much, guests at the Mandarin Oriental can retreat to the Spa to find their zen with Asian inspired treatments, enjoy a pilates or yoga class, or pound the treadmill in the gym. Two outdoor swimming pools, two Jacuzzis and a plunge pool ensure there are plenty of spots to relax outdoors, and enjoy the Nevada sunshine.

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As one of very few Casino free hotels in Vegas, the Mandarin Oriental is a little oasis of calm amidst the chaos of Sin City.

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