|"Great location for walking ."||(in 213 reviews)|
|"Great view, very comfortable bed."||(in 47 reviews)|
|"The room was very comfortable."||(in 211 reviews)|
|"Outdated room with bad service"||(in 70 reviews)|
|"Resort fee not worth it!"||(in 8 reviews)|
|"No coffee pot or microwave"||(in 35 reviews)|
Good balance between price and quality
It needs a renewal already it’s gettin old
Clean hotel and rooms
Issues with room key deactivating 3 different days during 6 day stay and problems with checking out. Unable to count booked trip towards rewards with hotel if not booked through hotel directly.
Food was very pricey. Whatever happed to cheap buffets? An egg/bacon sandwich and 2 cups of coffee were $26
The Pantry Restaurant had very good food and excellent coffee.
The air conditioning in the hallways. If you have a room at the end of the hallway, you just about freeze before you get to your room.
Best Bang for your Buck!!!
The staff are some of the friendliest, most efficient and professional I've ever come across!!! They are so very helpful. The Pantry restaurant has some of the best food on the strip, which is handy if you don't want to go far to eat. The pool is awesome! Roomy enough to accommodate plenty of people.
The hotel is a tad bit dated but clean, tidy and well maintained. I will never get used to walking through the casino cigarette smoke to get to the elevators that take you to your room. It's awful and everything reeks of stale smoke, including any clothes you wear as you walk through the casino.
Enjoyed our stay
Very nice facility with everything you need; friendly dealers and helpful staff
Check in/check out process is painful; correct room was not available and kiosks did not work; staff corrected everything by waiving resort fee and providing a food voucher
The room needs a microwave
The cleaning of the rooms
The 25 dollars a night to have a fridge in your room. Furthermore, the food could have had a lower cost in opection
Hotel is aging and since Steve Wynn sold it, things have changed
At checkout, they did remove the resort fees from bill. Spa was excellent, both shows were great, Portofino restaurant was excellent
Room A/c was 7 degrees below what was set, after A/C guy came to room with directions, such as make sure handle was up on door....keep washcloth on top of thermostat?...and turn on fan when you leave room...nothing changed. Fire alarm went off at 4am with loud recordings for the next 20 minutes, water on sinks in bathroom was messed up, and TV was searching for signal for probably a total of 6 hours in the week we were there. Be prepared to spend a LOT of money on food anywhere in hotel.
I liked the casino
The $400 security deposit :(
I loved how fast housekeeping was at providing what we needed.
The front desk takes forever to answer. Nothing too major to complain about though.
The casino and staff were nice
For over 120$ for a room, I expect a little fridge and microwave in there. Even Motel6 has those lol. It was also a $20 charge to valet park the car, something that should be free for those staying at the hotel. Next time I'll just stay somewhere cheaper.
Beds were soft, pool was amazing and the view was incredible. I liked that the windows did open a little when the room got stuffy.
Located on the Las Vegas Strip, The Mirage is an award-winning Four-Diamond resort that offers luxurious accommodation in a tropical-themed space. The mega-resort boasts an iconic volcano and houses over 3,000 rooms, including multi-bedroom villas with private pools. The Mirage also offers over a dozen fine and casual dining restaurants, including the Paradise Café, The Still, STACK, Carnegie Delicatessen, and a classic-style buffet at Cravings. In addition, it has an excellent 17-treatment-room spa where guests can relax, as well as an outdoor pool area with lounges and luxury private cabanas. Visitors also get to choose from other amenities including a state-of-the-art gym and a large atrium complete with trees, blossoming plants, and waterfalls. At night, the resort offers world-class shows and entertainment, ranging from family-friendly performances by Cirque du Soleil to nightly acts by top comedians and musicians. It also hosts a nightclub, as well as dynamic casino experience with a full roster of games. The hotel’s location in the heart of Las Vegas offers a lovely view and easy access to The Strip. It also puts it within close proximity to many of the city’s top shopping and nightlife destinations The Mirage sits across from Madame Tussauds and next to Caesars Palace. It’s also situated just about a mile from a golf course and less than five miles from the McCarran International Airport. The Mirage offers a daily free trams service that connects guests to the neighboring Treasure Island Hotel and Casino to the north.
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