The luxurious Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is recommended for foodies and shopaholics by our locals and experts. The luxury hotel boasts 392 rooms and suites across 42 floors. Taxis and rental cars park in the porte cochere, a 10-minute drive from the airport. Driver Walter McCoy, left, talks with doorman Moses Aizman in the porte cochere. A lobby of the ground floor transports guests with Asian-inspired decor. The hotel’s views of the Las Vegas Strip are stunning. The Apex Suite boasts a king bed with goose down bedding and tons of natural light. A bedroom in an Apex Suite features a chaise lounge and flatscreen TV with floor-to-ceiling views of the Strip as backdrop. An open floor plan connects the living room and dining room in an Apex Suite with seating for eight to 10 guests. The Apex Suite living room is reflected in a mirror with a glimpse of oriental pottery. The Apex Suite also has a kitchen with marble countertops, dual sinks, cabinetry and a mini bar. The open work space includes a large desk and mirror. The bathroom in an Apex Suite boasts dual sinks, marble tile, a bathtub, a walk-in shower. Enjoy plush bathrobes by Frette. The Apex Suite bathtub is round and spacious with oriental flowers and pottery displayed. The bathroom in an Apex Suite comes equipped with amenities by Shanghai Tang. Bathroom toiletries include luxurious soap, lotion, chapstick and more. Choose from a king bed or two double beds in a Strip View Room. As the name implies, floor-to-ceiling windows reveal drastic views of the Strip. The bathroom in a Strip View Room includes dual sinks, Shanghai Tang amenities and several mirrors. Soak in a standalone tub or walk-in shower. A proprietary and aromatic blend of bath salts are on-hand in Strip View Rooms. The mini bar is stocked with tasty snacks and alcohol in a Strip View Room. Escape to the ornate and opulent spa for which the hotel is renowned. The spa lobby transports guests to 1930s Shanghai. The opulent but tasteful two-story getaway reveals hidden relaxation rooms with views. The space is intimate and serene. Both ancient and modern techniques are used, like these heated tepidarium chairs. Signature treatments include a traditional Chinese foot ritual to relieve stress. Couples can rejuvenate together in spa suites. Visit the hammam to improve mind, body and soul. Enjoy a tailored treatment in the Green Dragon room. The magnetic lift body treatment employs gems. The ladies’ relaxation offers an assortment of fresh fruit. Anyone receiving a treatment can take advantage of The Vitality Pool with separate sides for men (pictured) and women. The spa earned the coveted Forbes Five-Star award. Mandarin Oriental’s acclaimed spa guarantees après-shopping ahhhh moments too, including at the boutique on-site. Relax by one of two pools, two Jacuzzis or the plunge pool on the eighth-floor deck. Luxurious cabanas are available for rent by the day. The pool cabana feature seating for six to eight guests with lounge chairs, a couch a TV and plush towels. Sunscreen and entertainment are available in pool cabanas. A server brings out a lunch to a poolside guest. The Fitness Center features treadmills and stationary bikes overlooking the Strip. The Mandarin also hosts a Yoga and Wellness Studio. Staff members man the front desk on the 23rd floor Sky Lobby. In the Mandarin Bar perched 23 floors above the Strip, floor-to-ceiling windows offer a wide-angle view of not only the lights below but also the surrounding desert landscape. The bar itself, with its black lacquer and modern décor, makes for an intimate yet striking space. Dazzle clients or dates here with pre-dinner drinks. Pierre Gagnaire’s only North American restaurant, Twist, sits on the 23rd floor. Find Gagnaire’s modern spin on classic French fare in the 78-seat restaurant. Look for tasting menus or `a la carte dishes that reflect the seasons. Of course, everything on the 23rd floor features Strip views. A private dining room at Twist offers a more intimate setting for business or special occasions. Another view of the front desk on the 23rd floor Sky Lobby shows massive windows and elegant decor. The Tea Lounge on the 23rd floor Sky Lobby offers classic English tea in the afternoons. Gong Fu Cha service is also offered. Feel like royalty with this view of the Strip while you sip your tea. Barista/hostess Sarina Permthamsin serves up expresso and coffee at the MoZen Expresso Bar. The MoZen Expresso Bar offers pain au chocolat and more pastries to pair. A worker sets up chairs in the Mandarin’s convention area. A convention ballroom includes a balcony that overlooks the Strip. Daniela Von Der Beek, front services supervisor, takes care of a guest’s luggage. Valet Ken Matsumoto awaits guests by the porte cochere.