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The 47-story Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas features luxurious accommodations, Chef Pierre Gagnaire’s first U.S. restaurant, a 27,000-square-foot spa and a bar with breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip. You check in at the resort’s 23rd floor Sky Lobby. With an interior designed by Adam D. Tihany, the lobby provides an amazing welcome to Vegas. Rooms at the Mandarin Oriental continue the hotel’s luxurious theme and include electronic controls for temperature, drapes, lighting and entertainment systems, a 42-inch flat-screen television and a second 15-inch flat-screen television in the bathroom, a DVD player, premium bedding and bathroom products, and more. While staying at the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, check out Twist by Michelin-star chef Pierre Gagnaire. The restaurant serves classic French cuisine with a modern spin. Other restaurants include MOzen Bistro with authentic Asian dishes and global fare and the Pool Café, where you can dine out on the eighth-floor pool deck. In the evenings, hang out at the Mandarin Bar. Located just off the lobby on the 23rd floor, it offers plush furniture, a VIP room and spectacular views of Vegas. During the day the Tea Lounge provides an unforgettably scenic meeting place for a refreshing beverage. Those seeking relaxation will want to check out the resort’s spa. It has 17 treatment rooms and a variety of unique treatments including a Chinese foot spa. Relaxation lounges at the spa have views of the Strip and there are steam rooms, a men’s sauna, a hammam, an experience shower, an ice fountain and a ladies’ Rhassoul. In addition to the spa, Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas has a fitness and wellness center, yoga studio, heated outdoor pools and a beauty salon. In addition to the numerous amenities and the incomparable service at Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, the resort is part of CityCenter, a 67-acre urban metropolis and one of the world’s largest green developments. Besides the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, CityCenter includes Aria, Vdara Hotel & Spa, Veer Towers and Crystals, a 50,000-square-foot retail and entertainment district.