Mandalay Bay Hotel Information
Rooms: 3,211, including 436 suites.
Floors: 43 stories.
Casino: 135,000 square feet of gaming featuring 100+ tables of casino table games and nearly 1,200 slot/video poker machines.
Race & Sportsbook: 300-seat facility with 84 televisions and 17 big screens.
Poker room: 10-table room; tournament buy-ins from $40.
Dining: 20+ restaurants and quickbite options.
Attractions: The Shark Reef is a $40 million aquarium covering more than 90,000 square feet that holds more than 1.5 million gallons of seawater and 100 species of animals.
Shows: Michael Jackson One by Cirque du Soleil.
Entertainment: Mandalay Bay Events Center hosts various headlining shows and sporting events; Mandalay Bay Beach is home to an annual summer concert series held on its outdoor stage; House of Blues live music venue.
Clubs: Light Nightclub, House of Blues, Daylight Beach Club and Moorea Beach Club.
Nightlife: Several bars and lounges.
Shopping: 40+ shops and restaurants located in Mandalay Place, an upscale boutique mall that connects Mandalay Bay to the Luxor in addition the several resort shops.
Pool: 11 acres of beach environment includes three pools, a lazy river, a topless pool and a 1.6-million-gallon wave pool with a sand-and-surf beach.
Spa: The 30,000 square-foot Spa Mandalay offers multiple types of massages and services as well as a full-service salon. The connected Delano resort has a 14,000 square-foot Bathhouse spa.
Fitness center: 3,000 square foot fitness and personal training center; a second health club is located at the connected Delano resort.
Wedding chapel: Three wedding chapels.
Convention center: 1.7 million square feet of flexible meeting and exhibit space.
Internet: Yes, high-speed wireless internet access in all rooms.
Business services: Yes.
Accessible rooms: Yes.
Check in: 3 p.m.
Check out: 11 a.m.
Resort fees: $39 (plus tax) per night.
Incidental deposit: $100 per night.
Pets: Dogs are allowed for an extra charge of $150 per pet, per night.
Monorail: A free monorail runs from Excalibur to Mandalay Bay and back; from Excalibur you can cross to the MGM Grand and use the regular monorail which reaches the rest of the strip.
Parking: Self parking: 1st hour free, $12 for up to 4 hours, $15 for up to 24 hours; Valet parking: $18-$30 depending on duration and day of the week. (Electric car charging station on-site)
About: Opened in 1999, Mandalay Bay is a lush, tropical resort with a Balinese theme. As guests enter from the Las Vegas Strip, intricately carved stone statues silently welcome them to the Valley of the Waterfalls where spectacular fire pots, cascading waterfalls, mythical architecture and verdant landscaping set the stage for discoveries of treasures yet to come. Throughout the 60-acre property, thousands of palm trees create the sense of a sheltering oasis. The feeling of a vibrant paradise continues in the hotel’s registration lobby where visitors find a 14-foot-high, salt-water aquarium reminiscent of the beautiful coral reefs of the South Pacific. The impressive 12,200-gallon exhibit is filled with dozens of aquatic species including eight types of Angelfish.