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JET, de trendy club in het hotel, is een van de hipste hotspots van het nachtleven van Vegas!

The Mirage

Een eersteklasse hotel aan The Strip, dat geheel in tropisch Polynesische stijl is gebouwd en beroemd is om haar vulkaan die 's avonds met veel rook en vuur uitbarst.

Vanaf € 108,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Zwembad
  • Tower Queen kamer
  • Japonais Restaurant
  • Aquarium
Zwembad Tower Queen kamer Japonais Restaurant Aquarium


Tower Queen kamer
Japonais Restaurant

Over The Mirage

Oog in oog met honderden verschillende soorten vissen en haaien in het aquarium, ervaart u de tropische stijl van het Mirage. Ook is er in dit hotel een dolfinarium en vindt buiten het hotel ’s avonds elk kwartier de beroemde vulkaanuitbarsting plaats. Het geheel is ingericht met prachtige tropische tuinen met bananenbomen en andere tropische planten. Daarnaast is er een eigen ‘straat’ met boetieks en zorgt een tropisch zwembad met een 800 meter lange ‘oever’ en verschillende glijbanen voor de nodige ontspanning. De deluxe kamers hebben een marmeren ingang en een marmeren badkamer.


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JET, de trendy club in het hotel, is een van de hipste hotspots van het nachtleven van Vegas!

The Mirage
Las Vegas
v.a. € 108 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Deze kamers zijn voorzien van een marmeren ingang, airco, televisie, telefoon, internettoegang, strijkijzer en -plank en een compleet ingerichte marmeren badkamer.


Gelegen aan The Strip in Las Vegas.

Aantal kamers



• 11 Restaurants
• 3 Lounges
• Bar
• Roomservice
• Buitenzwembad
• Spa
• Dolfinarium
• Diverse winkels
• Casino


• Golf (in de omgeving)

Las Vegas is vooral bekend vanwege de extravagante casino's en thema-hotels. De bekendste bevinden zich aan de Strip, een 4 mijl (6,4 km) lang stuk van de Las Vegas Boulevard. Las Vegas herbergt sinds jaren de grootste amusementsindustrie ter wereld. Veel bekende artiesten traden en treden op in Las Vegas, zoals Elvis Presley, Tom Jones, Barry Manilow, Céline Dion en zelfs 'onze eigen' Hans Klok.

"When it rained it poured"

I do not write many reviews, and when I do, they are usually positive, but I can't let this go. We stayed at the Mirage for the first time this past weekend. We usually stay at the Hotel at Mandalay Bay, but decided to give the Mirage a shot. We checked in Friday afternoon and spent most of the day at the pool. At about 5 pm, my wife and I were in our room getting ready to go out. Neither one of us were dressed and there was a knock at the door. I was within feet of the door with a towel around my waist and walked to look in the peep hole to see who it was. I then heard the door lock activate and the door started to open. I pushed it closed and looked in the peep hole and it appeared to be a hotel employee. I asked what she wanted and she said she wanted to check the mini bar. I told her no and she left. I then went to brush my teeth and the sink would not drain. Once we were dressed, we went to the lobby, and for the first time ever I complained to a hotel manager. I told her about the mini bar check and asked for the sink to be fixed while we were out. The manager said the mini bar situation should have never happened, and offered to comp our room for the 2 nights we had it reserved. That was a perfect response and I walked away happy. We returned to the hotel at about 9 pm (the sink was now draining). We were in the room no more than 5 minutes when there is a knock on the door followed by "housekeeping." I opened the door and asked what she wanted. She said she wanted to check the room. I told her the room was fine and she left. For the life of me I could not figure this out. Turn down service? Doubtful, it was 9 pm. When we went to bed, later that night, I dropped my shirt and pants on the floor next to my bag (against a wall next to the bed). I woke up in the morning and picked up my clothes to place them in a laundry bag. They (and the bottom of my bag) were soaking wet. I felt the carpet and it was soaked. The wall where the wet carpet was, was the backside of the sink (bathroom) wall. It appears whatever repair was done caused a leak. I went into the hall and asked one of the housekeeping people to look at what happened. She said she would call engineering. I told her we were leaving for the morning and they were welcome in the room. I returned to the room at about 3 pm, and though the carpet was still damp in the that area, it was not sopping wet like before. They appeared to have fixed the leak. I did not complain about the 9 pm housekeeping call or the leak. They already comped our room. We were in Vegas for a race, and I returned from my portion on Sunday morning at 3 am. When I went to my room, my key was deactivated. I went to the front desk to get a new key and gave the clerk my driver's license. She said I was not registered at the hotel and she could not give me a key. My wife made the reservation so the room was in her name, but we have the same last name. A manager was contacted and I was told there is nothing they can do, other than send security to wake my wife up. I went upstairs, woke up my wife, and called to tell them I was in. This was irritating but I can understand not letting a spouse in. She could be there with someone else, or they could be divorced. But if I had no say so there, why did the manager talk to me about the problems earlier? Sunday, check out day. I go to check out on the TV and it shows I owe for 2 nights in the room and $12 for a mini bar charge. We did not take anything from the mini bar. I called the desk and asked about the charges. She agreed to take the mini bar charge off but said we owed for our 2 night stay. I told her the manager (I think her name was Lacy) comped our stay. She said the manager comped our resort fees (which totaled about $79). She said there was another note that said I was offered one free night if I would switch rooms. This note was from the reported leak and that offer was never made to me and I told her so. She got Lacy on the phone and Lacy said she only comped our resort fees. I started to tell her about the other issues we had but stopped. I wasn't begging for the comp, and to bring up the unreported issues would seem like I was trying to get something out of them. I deserved the comp but I wasn't about to beg. I understand problems happen. I've only heard about how good the Mirage is from friends and family. Unfortunately for me, Murphy's Law was in effect. But for the 5 pm mini bar check, and the 9 pm housekeeping check alone I think I'll take my business back to Mandalay. The offer for the comp would have gone a long way in making us chalk this one up to one bad and unlucky weekend.

"Glad We Chose Mirage"

The hotel is beautiful inside and out, centrally located on the strip, and has a very nice pool area. The one thing I would like to have improved is a lower cost food court in the hotel. I don't always want a $50 lunch by the pool; sometimes an inexpensive snack is all that is needed.

"Better choices for luxury on The Vegas Strip"

The hotel is in a good location for access to the Fashion Show shops, the Forum shops and the Venetian shops. You can use a tram to Treasure Island which is handy for access to the Forum Shops which are a short walk away. The restaurants are very expensive for what you receive. Expect to pay $15 to $20 USD for meal items (not including drinks). Alcoholic drinks will run you $15 to $20 each. If you're having scotch, expect the pours to be small (accurate) and not generous...even with tipping well. Get a voucher from Tix For Tonight before eating at the Cravings Buffet...you can get one for 30% off. Oh yeah, no ice cream at the buffet...only frozen yogurt for dessert...the rest of the food items are great. The Pantry Restaurant is good, but expensive for breakfast. Share the breakfast sandwich there with your significant other...it's enough food for most. Fitness centre is large and adequate. The pool is huge, but hot tub is small. The rooms are cooled by "cooling systems" and not air conditioners...there is a difference, trust us. We had a long conversation with one of their maintenance people. The cooling system will automatically bump to 69 degrees F when you are sleeping since it does not sense movement in the room. The only way around this is to set the fan to high and bump the thermostat down to 63F or so...even then... If they offer to "comp" you for a night, ensure that they are doing so for the entire night's cost and not just for the resort fee which was $39 USD per night. Do not buy bottled water in the room unless you want to spend more than $10. It's not much cheaper down in the lobby in the little convenience store. Buy your bottled water elsewhere,,,like Old Vegas where it is $1 per large bottle. Although not a bad place to stay, there are better luxurious options such as the Wynn and The Encore.

"Love this place!!"

I'm a regular to the Mirage once a year and this will continue BUT starting to have issues which is why only 4 of 5 stars this time. 2 years ago, it was spend $50 on a sports bet and get a free drink. Last year, it DOUBLED to spend $100 for a drink voucher. And in 2017, now spend $125 for just ONE drink voucher!! Stop screwing us Mirage

"Location, Location, Location"

This is day 4 of a 5 day stay in Vegas-We've stayed at a few places on the strip over the years but The Mirage is probably located in one of the more convenient locations. From the front door it's an easy walk to the Fashion Show Mall or you can hop on the tram that runs between the Mirage and Treasure Island (just across the street from the Mall)...It is also a manageable walk to most of the other hotels and attractions along the Boulevard as well making it super convenient-we'd stay here again based on location alone...BUT...there are many other reasons we (2 adults and 17 year old) love the Mirage. It seems less "perfumed" than many other casino hotels and is pretty easy to find your way around (elevators, pool, exits, etc). The Cirque show "Love" is absolutely amazing and should not be missed while here-it's been at The Mirage for a decade but has just been re-vamped and refreshed (theatre too). The public areas are spotlessly clean also-including public bathrooms and hallways etc. All in all The Mirage has met all our expectations and we'd stay here again without hesitation.

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