Is Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas closed?

Starting this September, you’ll no longer be able to stay at the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas. The iconic hotel received a notice terminating its management agreement this past week, following the property’s sale to an undisclosed buyer for $214 million.

What happened to Mandarin Las Vegas?

The former Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas has officially rebranded as the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas Hotel & Residences. The hotel’s accommodations include 392 guestrooms and 225 residences, including 55 suites and three Presidential Suites, which were revamped as part of an 18-month renovation project.

What is the Mandarin Oriental in Las Vegas called now?

Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas Hotel & Residences
It’s official: Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas Hotel & Residences has taken over the Mandarin Oriental. Opened in December 2009, the property was lauded as one of the finest luxury hotels in Sin City for years, especially by non-gamblers as it’s one of few on the Strip without a casino.

Does the Waldorf Astoria have a casino?

The Waldorf Astoria eschews the typical Las Vegas trappings and opts for more luxurious and wellness-minded offerings. There are no casino, smoke-filled interiors, or loud entertainment anywhere on the property.

Who bought the Mandarin Oriental in Las Vegas?

The 392-room hotel will be rebranded as a Waldorf Astoria. CCLV Luxury Hotel LLC purchased the property, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. The investor’s owners include a commercial real estate developer and the co-founders of Panda Express restaurants.

Is Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas non-smoking?

Nestled in the heart of the Strip, Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas offers visitors a luxurious, non-gaming (no casino), non-smoking environment.

Does Mandarin Oriental have a casino?

Despite being in Macau, the property does not have a casino so as to differentiate itself and provide a non-gaming alternative to guests and is the only non-gaming five-star hotel in Macau.