Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas Provides a Tranquil Escape
Need a break from the bells and whistles of the casino floor? Head to the tranquil Mandarin Oriental for a delightful, peaceful retreat that features stunning vistas, afternoon tea, gourmet cuisine, and classic cocktails.
The non-gambling resort’s tea lounge provides memorable city views 23 floors above the Las Vegas Strip. The daily afternoon tea menu includes a vast selection of freshly brewed loose leaf black, green, oolong, and artisan blended teas with an option to enjoy a glass of Ruinart Rosé or Perrier-Jouët Champagne on the side. Guests can also opt for one of the specialty health and wellness tea choices including Introspection, Life Through Water, Peace Through Water, and a Cold and Flu blend.
Sandwiches are afternoon tea classics like smoked salmon and cucumber, or choose a goat cheese tartlet or curried chicken in a sesame seed cone. Scones are served with Devonshire clotted cream and house-made marmalade and jams. Desserts change seasonally but can include raspberry macaroons, dark chocolate cake with gold leaf, or spicy cheesecake.
For breakfast, lunch, and dinner guests can dine at the modern Mozen Bistro. This casual but elegant eatery features specialty Asian dishes. In the morning, diners can choose from a range of foods, from traditional American breakfast dishes like eggs, waffles, pancakes, and French toast to a Japanese bento box with teriyaki salmon and sushi rice, tofu, miso soup, and a spinach-and-shiitake mushroom omelette.
Lunch and dinner options include an extensive pan-Asian menu with sushi and sashimi, Kobe beef carpaccio, pad Thai, curries, and a dim sum selection including dumplings and steamed barbecued pork bao.
Twist restaurant is the only place in the country to experience the exquisite cuisine of Parisian chef Pierre Gagnaire. Guests enter through a corridor of paper butterflies. Above the 60-seat dining room are more than 300 illuminated spheres in a grey, silver, and purple color scheme. Twenty-foot windows offer a stunning view of the Strip on one side of the restaurant, while the other side showcases a dramatic suspended wine loft, glass staircase, and glimpse of the busy kitchen.
The French fusion menu offers both an à la carte menu and a tasting menu with either four or five courses. The Discover Wine Pairing with the tasting menus includes a four- or five-glass flight of wine during the meal.
The Mandarin Bar, located on the twenty-third floor, provides more great views of the Strip. Unique cocktails with an Asian twist combined with innovative dishes and the stellar atmosphere make for the perfect setting for a pre-show dinner or late night drinks.
No matter where you choose to recover, the Mandarin Oriental will have you back with Lady Luck in no time.