The Mirage Hotel and Casino

Step into paradise, and explore what dreams await you at The Mirage Las Vegas


The Mirage, a fixture on the Las Vegas Strip since 1989, blends relaxation and entertainment in an innovative design esthetic reminiscent of a tropical hideaway. The AAA Four Diamond hotel's architectural centerpiece, a lagoon with an erupting artificial volcano, makes for a dramatic entryway, while inside, a 90-foot-high atrium welcomes guests with waterfalls, blossoming orchids, banana trees, and more. Further exploring leads to numerous dining options, shopping boutiques, and an outdoor pool area with saltwater pools, private cabanas, and a café. The 17-treatment-room spa offers a full menu of services, and guests can also reserve an appointment at the full-service salon.
About 100,000 square feet is reserved for gaming, and nightly entertainment stars everyone from Jay Leno to the Cirque du Soleil® cast. The hotel holds more than 3,000 accommodations, including one- to three-bedroom villas.

Hours of Operation

Monday: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Tuesday: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Wednesday: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Thursday: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Saturday: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Sunday: 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM


Spafinder Best Casino Spa


Away from the hustle and bustle of the hotel, the modern Spa at the Mirage is designed to be a relaxed ambience: White tiles and walls offset black and gray hues, and guests enter through white birch gardens. Spa services are taken in 17 treatment rooms, and the facility is designed with separate men's and women's wet areas providing steam rooms, saunas, whirlpools, and meditation lounges; designated locker areas sport showers.

Spa staples include the Traveler’s Ultimate Journey, which begins with an enzyme wrap and concludes with a deep-cleansing facial and a full-body moisturizing application. A good number of massage modalities are on the menu, and skin-care services consist of facials, collagen masks, and ultrasonic and LED light therapies. Fruit scrubs and cellulite, seaweed, and mineral wraps are among the body treatments available.

Spa services highlight Eminence, HydroPeptide, Moroccanoil, Alterna, and Spa Ritual products.




The Mirage Hotel and Casino Rooms & Dining

Facilities & Amenities

Whether escaping to the spa or heading to the tables, the Mirage offers plenty to do. A highlight of the hotel is its 100,000-square-foot casino, where gaming opportunities comprise a poker room, a race and sports book area, and table games like blackjack, craps, and roulette. The hotel mingles its high-stakes excitement with family friendly offerings—the Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, featuring exotic white lions and tigers, and a 20,000-gallon aquarium, among them—for those traveling with little ones.

The Mirage’s outdoor aquatic area, surrounded by tropical foliage and designed with lagoon-like pools, a waterfall, café, and bar, provides a laidback oasis before a night of fun. Multiple bars and lounges, headlined by 1 OAK nightclub, and a host of entertainment options, including comedy shows, sporting events, and performances such as Cirque du Soleil®, are  at every turn.


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  • Concierge

  • Facilities

  • Cardiovascular Equipment

  • Changing/Locker Rooms

  • Hair and Beauty

  • Jacuzzi

  • Resistance Equipment

  • Retail Shop

  • Sauna

  • Showers

  • Spa

  • Steam Room

  • Toiletries Available

The Mirage Hotel and Casino Facilities & Amenities

Rooms & Dining

The Mirage hosts nearly 3,050 guest rooms, including opulent villas with private entrances and, in some cases, lap pools and putting greens. All rooms are fashioned with clean lines and bold, warm hues that emphasize the resort's energetic yet easygoing vibe, and accommodations are available with views of the pool, city skyline, or mountain landscape. Amenities such as Sealy® Posturepedic beds, LCD TVs, and iHome™ MP3 player docks create a comfortable atmosphere; select rooms have hydrotherapy tubs.

The Mirage boasts an impressive 15 restaurants that run the gamut of cuisines to accommodate the international traveler. For a fine dining experience, guests can head to venues like the trendy Japonais for Japanese fare; Tom Colicchio’s Heritage Steakhouse for wood-fired and grilled dishes; and the inviting Portofino by Chef Michael LaPlaca for handcrafted Italian specialties. Casual dining options include Carnegie Delicatessen, and coffee shops encompass Starbucks and The Roasted Bean.


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