The Mirage Hotel & Casino
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Woke up in the aeroplane just as we where about to land after a long flight I was a bit jet lagged so I called a taxi to take me to my hotel in Vegas, I was staying at a hotel called the mirage the cost price for the weekend was $406 American which is a pretty good deal for a weekends stay at one of the best hotels in Vegas and one of the richest …
After driving through monsoon and empty high desert, arriving on the Strip was a bit of a culture shock. We were happy to know our way around the Mirage (having stayed there before) and to have picked up supplies for a relaxed drink in our room. A late, light dinner in an uncrowded restaurant downstairs was as much of the action as we needed to see tonight.
Sweltering heat met us when we stepped out of the casino for a morning walk. But on the Strip it's easy enough to go from one air conditioned space to another without being outside very much in between, so it wasn't too unbearable. We even opted for outside tables at the Starbuck's at the Fashion Show Mall over our many indoor breakfast choices. …
WOW! Vegas is everything I had imagined and expected and more! What a crazy place. We caught the Lux Bus to Vegas from LA which was a great way to do things. Once in Vegas we settled into our hotel and hit the buffet (with free champagne) for lunch, that night we wandered the strip, had a few drinks and had a reasonably early night as we had a …
Waking up the next morning, I passed the first test: no hangover. Good! That's very hard to do in Vegas, I understand. I cannot say the same for my friends, however. Our first stop was the ESPN Zone restaurant where they tackled about five pitchers of water before lurking around like zombies through the streets. Today was the day we would go …
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Mirage Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
The Mirage Hotel and Casino provided a perfect base from which to explore all we wanted to see on the Strip! The room was comfotable,although I was disappointed with the bathroom which needs updating! Also,I had left a note and a bigger than normal tip for thebathroom to be cleaned a little better,(toothpaste on the wall), but the tip was taken without any extra effort done! But this was a minor problem, the atmosphere was great, the buffet was excellent, and any staff I talked to were very polite and very helpfull. I would stay here any time. The best atmosphere of any casino on the strip as far as I was concerned.
Still good, after all these years!
This is place that started the gigantic, themed Las Vegas resort and it still manages to pull it off, 15 or so years later. Rooms are nicely appointed, alhtough not the biggest I've ever stayed in. The service is great, and the staff is very attentive.
California Pizza Kitchen is still one of my favorite place to eat in Vegas and I can't imagine spending a fall Sunday in LV without spending a few hours watching football at the Mirage Sports Book.
Don't know what all the fuss is with these reviews of the Mirage. I stayed here several weeks ago and found everything to be perfect. Rooms were very nice, great value, hotel is beautiful, location is perfect, casino was FUN! Would stay here again in a heartbeat.
They have started using a ticket system with slots so you don't get to handle the actual coins unless you cash out under 20 coins. It is a real pain. Our whole party left and went to another casino. On another note, the service at the slot machines was terrible.
Rip Off.... you don't get a lot for your money...
I stayed at the Mirage in what I thought would be a nice room. We payed over $120 a night for a room w/a jacuzzi tub, on a key only acess floor, which was supposed to be one of their nicer rooms. The room was tiny, just enough room for the bed, tv closet, dresser and nighstand. The only plus was the view of the volcano in the front, but that can be rather loud. All the resteraunts in the hotel are overpriced as well. I did like the decor of the hotel, that was probably the best part considering I did not feel I got what I paid for.
My sister and I stayed at the Mirage back in June 2002 for 4 nights. I must say the place was clean and the service was excellent. I would stay there again no problem. In fact we are planning to go back next September and I do believe we will stay there again.
I'm a frequent visitor to the city of sin. A year ago I have decided to stay at the Mirage simply I have not stayed there before. I'm attempting to stay in all the hotels at least once and decide which one I enjoy the most. The room was ok.. for it's price I would probably stay at at slightly cheaper place. Harrah's is actually a good one for it's price. I loved the jungle decor for the casino, it is 0ne of the most fabulous decorations that I have ever seen inside a casino. The smell of the coconuts as you enter the casinos is also very refreshing. Here comes my complaint... As I'm gambling, there was a pit boss who was absolutely rude to the customers. I was using 300 dollars and was hoping to join the table rating system. He simply looked at me because I looked young and laughed at me. He said that you cannot afford to join the rating system.. that is the MOST RUDE thing a pit boss can say to a customer. He end up giving me hard looks and try to intimidate me.. I was simply shocked and went to try to report to another person, however, they were not as rude but they did not even cared about my concern. The theme may be terrific, but the same experience has happened to me 3 times since I'm at the mirage, I WILL NEVER GO THERE AGAIN SIMPLY BECAUSE THEY ARE THE RUDEST CASINO IN VEGAS. not even Bellagio would do that to me..
Good Time, Nice upgrades
Just returned from Vegas. We stayed at The Mirage and we nicely impressed. We had heard and seen that MGM/Mirage were busy upgrading the rooms. They were very nice. See Danny Gans if you can, and great show !!! Let the kids see the White Kitties and Sissy's. Spend the money on Gans. The pool area is the best !! Lots of room and great Bar service. Hats off to the Security Department, they were always at hand and very nice folks who have a tough jobs to do. The staff was very nice and the check in was a bit slow buy very nice folks working there. The automated check out was great !!! It was very clean and a nice place to relax and stay. We will be back !!
We stayed at the Mirage in June 2002. Checkin was a long wait, over an hour. The room was not ready so we went to play the slots and shop. We retured at 5:45pm and the room was still not ready. We were tired and would like to get ready for dinner. I called housekeeping and got nothing but excuses. Then I called the front desk and more excuses. After an hour and a half and 5 phone calls the maid came and was shocked that the room was not ready for us, she went right to work and we have no complant with the workers. She put the room service dishes from the previous guest out in the hall like you should but they were still there two days later when we checked out. The management was the problem. They could have cared less about us at all. At 150.00 a night I expected better service. This never happen when Steve Wien owned the place. I suggest that you look for a hotel that is not owned by the same people that now have the Mirage. I will say that Sigfried and Roy are still as good as ever.
Jungle fever is alive at the Mirage
My family stayed at the Mirage in August, 2001. The check in and check out was smooth and the room was spacious and well done. The main passage from the street to the casino or elevators is failly narrow and constantly full of people. The shopping is almost non-existant...if all you want is Siegfried and Roy stuff, then there's plenty of that. Breakfast was hardere to get because we only required a Krispy Creme doughnut or two to get us started and I had to catch the tram and go over to Treasure Island to get them. The location was great and we walked to many other attractions, but I don't think I'd stay there again.