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Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas Celebrates Opening with Free Rooms Promotion

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The 392-room Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas is to open its doors on 4 December 2009, and to celebrate, the hotel has launched an introductory promotion.

 Valid through 28 February 2010, the promotion provides one night of complimentary accommodation in conjunction with one or more consecutive paid nights of stay. Rates start at US$545 and reservations are subject to availability.

The Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas will be one of the only free-standing, non-gaming luxury properties on the Las Vegas Strip. Standing at the gateway of CityCenter, MGM MIRAGEs new urban resort destination opening later this year, the hotel and residences have been designed by award-winning architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, with contemporary interior design by Adam D. Tihany.

Easily accessible, just a 10-minute drive from the McCarran International Airport, the propertys 23rd floor Sky Lobby will have views of The Strip and a sky bridge to Crystals, CityCenters 500,000-square-foot retail district.

Every guestroom and suite at the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas will be equipped with state-of-the-art, technology and cutting-edge entertainment systems. Three lavish presidential suites will sit at the height of luxury on the hotels top floors, each measuring over 3,200 square feet and offering panoramic views of CityCenter, The Strip and the surrounding desert mountains.

The two-level, 27,000-square-foot Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas will offer a wide range of holistic and rejuvenating services. With 17 treatment areas, including seven couples suites and three VIP suites, the Spa will also feature multiple relaxation and water experiences, an expansive Fitness Center, yoga studio and a magnificent pool facility with 20 cabanas. The Poolside Caf will serve fresh cuisine to further enhance the holistic experience.

A selection of gourmet dining and cocktail venues will be offered on property, including the hotels signature restaurant, Twist, where award-winning Chef Pierre Gagnaire will infuse the simplicity of classic French cuisine with a modern spin. Located off the 23rd floor Sky Lobby, Twist will offer expansive city views from floor-to-ceiling windows. Situated adjacent to the Sky Lobby, The Mandarin Bar will offer a vibrant ambiance for cocktails. Mozen Bistro, an all-day contemporary kitchen, will serve authentic Asian dishes and multi-national fare, while the Tea Lounge will be a scenic meeting place with an extensive menu of teas. At street-level lining Las Vegas Boulevard, Amore Patisserie will serve a variety of gourmet pastries, cakes, sandwiches, coffee, teas and hand-made gelato to passing guests and visitors.

The hotel will offer 12,000 square feet of dedicated MICE space. The 7,650-square-foot Oriental Ballroom, will offer views of The Strip, while three smaller venues, The Mandarin Boardroom, The Lotus Room and The Jade Room will offer a more intimate space for smaller gatherings. All of the hotels function spaces will be equipped with technologically advanced amenities including live broadcast capabilities.

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