Guestrooms at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino offer high-speed Internet access.
1923 Bourbon & Burlesque by Holly Madison
The Prohibition-era of bootleg liquor and seductive cabaret come to life with a modern twist inside 1923 Bourbon & Burlesque by Holly Madison. The alluring Bourbon Burlesque dancers take center stage, as a live band and featured Jazz vocalist fill the air with sounds from the Golden Era. Boasting custom barrel-aged whiskey and hand-rolled cigars from around the world, this speakeasy is one of the best-kept secrets in Las Vegas.
Chef Hubert Keller’s Las Vegas eatery, was inspired by his world travels. His restaurant features small plates from all corners of the globe. Try the hummus and baba ganoush, the croquet monsieur, or the pork schnitzel. Dine casually at the bar, or have a more formal lunch or dinner in the beautiful dining room.
RX Boiler Room
Combining the alchemy of food and drink, Celebrity Chef Rick Moonen showcases his spin on classic comfort food, offering guests a variety of playful creations in small and large plate portions, ideal for a shared dining experience. Paired to elevate and complement the overall experience, the drink menu features an emporium of the finest spirits and innovative libations, capably crafted by lead barman Nathan Greene.
Kumi Japanese Restaurant + Bar
The Light Group continues to redefine the Las Vegas food and beverage scene with the soon-to-debut Japanese restaurant, Kumi. With an opening scheduled for summer 2013, Kumi will join the recently introduced Citizens Kitchen & Bar and Red Square as the latest addition to Mandalay Bay's dining scene.
Inspired by Chef Charlie Palmer’s original New York location. Aureole in Las Vegas is a stunning, upscale dining experience. Wine Angel Stewards float to the highest reaches of the four-story wine tower to retrieve your bottle of choice, and Michelin-starred seasonal dishes are works of art.
Anintriguing and unexpected dining choice. Red Square boasts a large selection of caviars and Russian-influenced dishes like strozapretti stroganoff and salmon kulebyaka. After dinner, don’t forget to visit Red Square’s famous icebar, home to more than 200 vodkas and infusions, martinis, and cocktails.
Lupo by Wolfgang Puck
The famed chef’s first foray into Italian cuisine. This cozy and inviting trattoria offers regional Italian favorites, a separate wine room, and a glass-enclosed fresh pasta making station. Enjoy dinner in the open and airy dining room, or opt for a private dining setting.
Rick Moonen’s RM Seafood
Dine downstairs for a more casual meal, complete with sushi and a raw bar. Or, opt for a more intimate meal that features the multi-course Chef’s Tasting Menu upstairs. Both dining rooms proudly offer sustainable seafood products.
Voted Esquire Magazine’s Best Steak in America, and it’s easy to see why. Chef Michael Mina’s first steakhouse focuses on offering the best ingredients available—corn-fed, all natural meat, line-caught seafood, and seasonal produce. These ingredients shine through on the nightly menu. Looking for lighter fare? Try their daily happy hour for appetizers and small plates.
A fun, modern cantina overlooking the Lazy River, just off Mandalay Beach. Sip a margarita and sample bold flavors whipped up by chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger while people watching at the pool.
House of Blues Foundation Room is decorated with antique chandeliers and a gold leaf ceiling and is located high atop the Mandalay Bay. Fresh-shucked oysters and charcuterie abound, along with racks, chops, and specialty steaks. Look for the International House of Blues Foundation logo on the menu for items to order that will give a portion of the sale to Action for the Arts.
Crossroads at House of Blues offers comfort food that’s updated and contemporary. House of Blues is a great place to grab a bite while enjoying unique art and live music.
Noodle Shop is the place to try deliciously simple Asian cuisine—Vietnamese summer rolls, beef satay, pho, and noodles, of course.
Mizuya will satisfy your craving for sushi. For deliciously fresh sushi and an extensive sake menu, try Mizuya for lunch or dinner.
Raffles Café is great when you’re lounging at the Mandalay Bay beach. Stop by Raffles Café for 24-hour casual dining with a tropical feel.
Bayside Buffet overlooks the tropical water garden. Enjoy the ever-changing variety at the Bayside Buffet.
The 135,000-square-foot casino has gaming tables, slot machines, a high-limit gaming parlor, and a race and sport book offering sorts and thoroughbred wagering. An 11-acre sandy water complex includes three freeform pools, a seasonal lazy river, wave pool, and Moorea Beach Club. Beachside dining and cabanas are available. Shark Reef (surcharge) is a walk-through aquarium with 2,000 aquatic animals from the world's tropical waters, including 15 species of sharks. The Mandalay Bay Events Center (surcharge) is a 12,000-seat sports and entertainment complex that hosts concerts, major sporting events, and television specials. Mandalay Bay Theatre (surcharge) is a state-of-the-art, 1,600-seat theater hosting Broadway productions and comedy headliners. The 1,800-seat House of Blues (surcharge) concert hall offers a range of live music acts.
Please note: Guests will be required to present a valid photo ID and a credit card upon hotel check-in. Hotel package prices include room and room tax, only, and do not cover incidental charges, parking fees, or resort fees which some hotels may collect upon check-in to cover added-value services such as spa, fitness, phone charges and energy fees. Guest must be at least 21 years old to check in and there must be one person at least 21 years old staying in each room. Most hotel check-in times are 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM and most hotel checkout times are 11:00 AM to 12:00 noon. To avoid confusion, please note that your flight departure date and time may be different from your hotel checkout date and time.
The USD $25.00 per room per night resort fee includes: In-room wireless internet, Cardio center access, Daily newspaper, Local and 800-number calls, Outgoing faxes, Boarding pass printing. The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed fees may not include tax and are subject to change.