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MNDALAY Bay Resort and Casino 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, NV Casino
Mandalay Bay Casino is the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip. It is one of the most famous landmarks of the Las Vegas ski line, with its brilliant golden colour, and it offers some of the city's top rides, among them three very different halls, famous Light night club, several world-class dining and much more.
Room in Mandalay BayMandalay Bay is an upscale resort with double rooms and luxurious suite. In Mandalay Bay there are also two separate hotels: Delano is a five-star Delano style suite from 750 to over 4,500 sq. m. and the Four Seasons is the Las Vegas office of the prestigious Las Vegas resort group.
Must-see/do in Mandalay BayThe House of Blues is one of the best places in town to listen to life metal, with an eclectic array of shows almost every even. Mandalay Bay is a large artificial sand that invites you to go for a swimming, relaxing or playing indoors.
The best and poorest season to go to Mandalay BayIn Las Vegas, the best season for a trip is during the months of March to mid-May and autumn (mid-September to end of November) when the climate is milder. Summers are also the best season to explore Mandalay Bay with its concerts and Moorea and Daylight Beaches.
Mandalay Bay car parks and transportationThere are usually sufficient free car parks in the Mandalay Bay car park, and visitors to the hotels always have precedence when the car park is full due to a gig or other events. There are other attractions near Mandalay BayMandalay Bay connected to the pyramid-shaped Luxor Casino on Mandalay Place so you can stroll through the shops during your time there.
A further thematic casino, the castle-like Excalibur, is also easy to reach by tramway. A few steps further on Las Vegas Boulevard is the famous "Welcome to Las Vegas" bill. Mandalay Bay Inside TipIf you want to go to the Shark Reef Aquarium or Congress Centre, drive around the central car park and leave your car on the southern side of the Mt.
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