Las Vegas. It’s a city with a legendary past. It’s the place to be yourself, or anyone you want to be. Celebrations are a thing in Las Vegas.
By car or on foot, the place to be is the Vegas Strip. It’s a neon beauty with enormous marquees, billboards for amazing shows, people watching and so much more.
I recently stayed at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas during the Mynt Launch of Core8. Located on the Las Vegas strip, this 43-story luxury hotel, owned and operated by MGM Resorts International, offers luxury accommodations that will have you relaxing and sleeping in comfort.
Mandalay Bay has 3,309 hotel rooms, 24 elevators and a lobby of 135,000 square feet. It’s BIG!
You can catch the Mandalay Bay Tram to connect to sister properties, Excalibur and the Luxor or use the walkway and visit shops and restaurants along the way.
The Mandalay Bay Resort opened March 2, 1999, with grand flair! Actors Dan Aykroyd, James Belushi, and John Goodman led a parade of Harley-Davidson motorcycles through Mandalay Bay’s front doors to celebrate the grand opening.
The hotel is done in beige, golds, and browns. Long hallways greet you off the elevators.
Each room is spacious and features a large bathroom.
Behind the door, at the end, there is a toilet–complete with a telephone.
His and Her sinks make getting ready for an evening out and about easy.
After my long days at the convention and long nights walking the Vegas strip, the deep bathtub was relaxing. The shower stall is spacious and has a multi-stream shower head.
The color scheme is inviting and feels like a home with the warm beige and orange and yellow accents. The beds are comfortable and a great way to end the night.
I spent plenty of time at the desk blogging about the CoreUnDiet and enjoying the view from the floor to ceiling window behind.
Inside the hotel, shopping, dining, and shows await. During my sta,y Willie Nelson was at the House of Blues in the hotel’s lobby.
There is a spa on the lower level and for those wanting some true pampering.
There’s even a Shark Reef Aquarium which is a breathtaking exhibit.
If your travel plans include Las Vegas, look into staying at the Mandalay Bay Resort. It’s Las Vegas Luxury.