Another spectacular hotel. With the Eiffel Tower on the outside, the hotel is on the inside. Here you find the nicest casino in all of Vegas and, the streets look like those which you walk on in Paris under the sky, surrounded by stores and restaurants. One of my favorite hotels in the city of lights.
Surely, one of the world's greatest hotels. From the outside it is really impressive with its recreation of the American city skyscrapers and even a replication of the Statue of Liberty. And inside does not disappoint, especially with the area looking exactly like New York, with its shops and restaurants and places to have a walk.
The first impression when entering the Mirage the feeling that it was an old hotel. A hotel that has not had much maintenance budget. I think that feeling was the result of seeing so many hotels all around that were impeccable on the Strip. It opened in the year 1989 and was once the most expensive hotel ever constructed at a cost of $630 million and a little more than 3000 rooms. To be constructed it used according to estimates, the hotel had to generate $ 1 million per day to repay the loan in 7 years. The hotel generated so much money that its debt could be paid within 18 months. The golden color of the windows is as real gold used for staining. The hotel has an artificial volcano that has a show every night. To cover the smell of the fuel used in the volcano, using an artificial scent of pina colada. This is connected to the Treasure Island hotel through a free tram. The poster Mirage is the sign of the world's biggest hotel. It is definitely a recommended hotel to visit, even though it needs a "facelift".
A beautiful hotel inside and outside. It is owned by the MGM Group. It has over 3000 rooms, opened in 1996, has lovely details, but the games room smells slightly of cigarettes and is an unventilated environment. The suites have Italian marble floors and cherry cabinets.
The trip from San Diego to Las Vegas saw us encountering temps greater than 45 Celsius, desert landscapes with pink and gray mountains in the distance. The entrance to the city was an oasis with all the casinos. Nothing compared to 1855, when the city was annexed to the US and Mormon missionaries tried to convert the Indian population. I stayed in the Hard Rock for three days and loved the hotel. The decor is rock star inspired, has at least thee swimming pools, tattoo studios, and a jewelry store, not to mention the casino and restaurants.
Treasure Island is a fantastic theme for a Las Vegas casino. However, it's true that the outside is the most flamboyant, with the pirate ship and booty. The inside is not as spectacular, but has all you need for a great stay.
Located at the corner of the famous Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue, the MGM Grand is one of the major casinos in Las Vegas and one of the most famous in the entire world. With over 5,000 rooms, it is also one of the biggest hotels in the world. Its exterior is just crazy with the golden lion guarding the entrance, and the interior is no less extravagant.