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Mirage Las Vegas

100,000 square foot casino and sports book with 2,245 slots and 118 tables. 100 acre resort offering 3,044 rooms and suites, nine restaurants, pools with waterslides and waterfalls, full spa, salon, shopping area, a 54 foot erupting volcano in the front of the resort, the Secret Garden exhibit with Royal White Tigers, an Asian Elephant, a panther and a snow leopard, a Dolphin Habitat with Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins, a 20,000 gallon aquarium with three different kinds of sharks, an indoor rainforest, pools with waterslides and waterfalls, free tram to Treasure Island. An MGM Mirage property.

Overall rating:
Would you visit this hotel again?
yes 94%  6% no

Is this hotel family friendly?
yes 91%  9% no
Based on 57 total ratings.

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I'm writing this as a first time visitor to Las Vegas. I just got back home to New Jersey yesterday, June 15, 2001. I spent 5 fun-filled days and nights at the Mirage and was lucky enough to have booked a suite. Let me tell you that the suite surpassed every possible expectation I had regarding this hotel. We even had "his" and "her" bathrooms. Yes that's right, plural, as in two!! Everything was handled very smoothly and professionally, I now understand why this hotel has received so many wonderful reviews. I just want to add some comments that I didn't see elsewhere in the reviews and it is regarding Siegfried & Roy. I wanted to see the show and was annoyed at the $100.50 per person price tag but, we decided since we were on vacation, why not. Neither myself nor my husband are huge fans of illusionists, keeping that point in mind, I have to tell you that Siegfried & Roy were worth every penny!! I still think the show is overpriced but they really put on an incredible show. I will see them again on our next trip to Las Vegas. Also the Dolphin and The Tiger Habitats are worth the cost of admission for all animal loves of any age!
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, USA - Saturday, June 16, 2001 at 07:43:41 (PDT)
Visit Las Vegas often, for many years, but so far have not yet stayed at this hotel. Like the decor of the property, but think this hotel has one of the best buffets in town. Never had a bad meal yet, and the shrimp and crab legs are great for the price. The downside is, the layout of the food is too cramped, causing you to bump into other diners as you try to serve yourself. Still worth the price.
Bedford, TX, USA - Thursday, June 14, 2001 at 21:18:06 (PDT)
I would never stay anywhere else.
shannon graham <blond28294@aol.com>
portland, or, USA - Sunday, June 10, 2001 at 16:18:02 (PDT)
Forgot to add...you have to go to Onda! A little expensive but fabulous food and service.
Crystal <Bippo01@aol.com>
Seymour, CT, USA - Thursday, June 07, 2001 at 09:15:03 (PDT)
It was my first time in Vegas and my brother suggested the Mirage for it's good location and "the best" pool. Well he was absolutely right! I was a little nervous about checking in because the place was so huge but the service was excellent and everyone was very attentive and helpful. I visited many other hotels while I stayed in Vegas and I would have to say The Mirage is definitely one of the very best!
Crystal Kangas <Bippo01@aol.com>
Seymour, CT, USA - Thursday, June 07, 2001 at 09:00:10 (PDT)
One of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. Everything was perfect.
Adriane Dillon-Talbot <rainy628@aol.com>
Peabody, MA, USA - Monday, May 28, 2001 at 05:55:09 (PDT)
The hotel was so beautiful!!! Several times a night the volcanoe would explode and it was just so pretty, and people gathered all around just to watch... the waterfalls were so peaceful and made great backgrounds in several pictures. The service was great! The people were very nice and my family and I were served very accordingly. The food tasted very good as well. All the lights make the Mirage a wonderful place as far as location. The rooms were just like home, comfortable! They were really great and roomy. Very clean and the inside of the Mirage was soo nice! The indoor forest and the pretty shops. Everything made our trip worth it. I'd love to go back there. By the way the tiger show is highly worth it and so is the dolphin show. Very good for kids!
Danielle <dani8527@aol.com>
FL, USA - Monday, April 30, 2001 at 17:17:01 (PDT)
We have an excellent visit in July 2000 at The Mirage! The staff treated you in a first class manor at all times. We never had to wait for anything, no matter the request. We won a nice jackpot and used part of that money to stay two extra nights because we were so impressed. It was an oasis and undoubtedly the best hotel I have ever stayed in.
Rockwall, TX, USA - Monday, April 16, 2001 at 13:40:11 (PDT)
We have stayed at the Mirage for the last 3 years at least twice a year, but our last vist in Sept. was proubly our last.With the takeover by MGM little things have changed nothing that would make for a bad experance but wall paper ripped and not replaced menues that are cut down to just a few items.I am looking forward to J.Wynes redoing the Desert Inn for the quality we had come to expect.
Thomas Bays <ninjabays@aol.com>
Bristol, IN, USA - Friday, April 06, 2001 at 19:48:32 (PDT)

ejfree <ejfree@aol.com>
fort. lauderdale, fl, USA - Thursday, January 04, 2001 at 20:09:51 (PST)

RENNES, FRANCE - Wednesday, December 27, 2000 at 00:08:28 (PST)
I need a room.
denis Badalbu
USA - Saturday, December 16, 2000 at 22:23:38 (PST)
I just got back from the Mirage last week. It was a great visit. The next time we go to vegas, we're staying at the Mirage again!


I was so impressed with the elegance of the hotel. But I was even more impressed with the service. They were always courteous and friendly- especially at the pool. The valet service was also super fast and easy. We just had no problems finding what we wanted quickly.


We ate at Moongate, Mikado, Kokomos Caribe Cafe, the Pizza Kitchen, and the buffet. We liked the buffet the best- although it may have been that we ate there when we were hungriest. But all were great.


We got comped for 4 meals over the course of a 4 day stay. Considering how little we gamble, we were really pleasantly surprised.


The casino was nice. Its a little more upper class than some of the other casinos, which I liked very much. It wasn't too crowded or too noisy. Unfortunately, I didn't win, but you can't have everything!


The only problem we had was at checkin when they accidentally put us in a smoking room initially. But they fixed that in about 5 minutes and gave us a free room upgrade for the 5 minute inconvenience.

astfasty@aol.com <astfasty@aol.com>
Ann Arbor, MI, USA - Saturday, December 16, 2000 at 20:53:18 (PST)

The reason to stay at the Mirage is definitely the cocktail waitresses. Especially at the pool, they wear sexy little sarongs and are just the best! Paradise at the pool!
Beverly Hills, CA USA - Wednesday, October 11, 2000 at 19:47:20 (PDT)
As a long-time Cruzino.com customer, I'm finally able to add some comments. The Mirage has a great Sushi restaurant. Good Bachelor Party accomandations...Phat suites that have regular connecting rooms to accomadate the low-budget riff-raff. Also, nice arrangements of couches that are highly conducive to an impromtu "dance floor" for live entertainment activities.
Mark C.
Laguna Niguel, USA - Monday, July 24, 2000 at 11:10:46 (PDT)
in l.v. the first week in aug. w/ family . boys 18, 16, 14 really enjoyed the pool area. my wife worked hard but broke even on the slots. i enjoy the sports book....althought i did leave $ there. the sports book at the mirage is far and away the best in l.v. otherwise a bit of an upscale clientele, decent food and a great location.
Chicago, USA - Tuesday, October 12, 1999 at 23:56:20 (PDT)
I love the tropical atmosphere. It makes my vacation a real "escape". The pool area is number one, the staff is friendly, the rooms are nice. The location is great, too.
USA - Tuesday, August 31, 1999 at 01:20:21 (PDT)
Its location is among the best, its casino is comfortable, attracts a nice crowd, and has sone mid-low roller tables if you gamble in the late hours. The service is usually supurb, tthe lounge entertainment usually tasty, and they've been on an aggressive repair and replacement bent. The downsides are the mortal rooms are small, its still crowded in the daytime, even with all the new properties, and you won't get the kind of RFB comps as a mid-roller that you will just about anywhere else.
USA - Tuesday, August 31, 1999 at 01:19:36 (PDT)
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