In the summer of 1905 (right around the time Steve Wynn was born… jk) Las Vegas was officially crowned Nevada’s newest city. Since then, it seems every establishment vowed to have the biggest and baddest pool. Through the years there have been some great ones, but we can say with confidence that nothing compares to the Mecca of pools that is Mandalay Bay’s eleven-acre water complex. You can take a relaxing ride down the lazy river, rip through the wave pool’s undertow or be the first to take your top off at Moorea Beach’s adult pool. With a little something for everyone, Mandalay Bay plays home to Las Vegas’ only shark reef, featuring Komodo dragons, giant rays, and of course man’s best friend, the shark. The older guests will find themselves gravitating to The Shoppes at Mandalay Bay Place to cool down at the Minus5 Ice Experience or explore fashionable jewelry at Karma Luck. At the end of the day, Mandalay Bay is an experience in itself.
- 3,209 rooms
- Eleven-acre pool complex with three pools
- 34 Restaurants: our favorites include Lupo, Stripsteak, and Kumi
- Light Nightclub and Daylight Day Club
- Nashville Unplugged, an all-acoustic country bar and show
- The Foundation Room offers great food and incredible view of the Las Vegas Strip
- Mandalay Bay Beach Concert Venue