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The tropical-themed Mirage is a mid-range property with a wide range of restaurants, bars, nightclubs and shops. Plus, it's home to an erupting volcano and a Cirque du Soleil production as well as dolphins, white tigers and leopards... oh my!The vibe:Lush setting, multigenerational, something for everyoneWhat we love:We like that The Mirage's roster of restaurants spans multiple genres and multiple price points from CPK to Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak. So when you sit down to peruse the menus, your response could be everything from "Wow, that's affordable" to "We're definitely not ordering wine with that."The Mirage's pool area has a lot more greenery than the newer resort pools in Vegas. Comprised of a series of lagoons with waterfalls, inlets and even little palm-tree lined islands, you'll feel like you've been marooned with Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins (oh, and a couple hundred sunbathers) in "The Blue Lagoon."A hottie of an attraction since the property opened in 1989, The Mirage's volcano is still a sight to be seen and felt. It sits right in front of the property in another tranquil lagoon...at least this lagoon is tranquil until the volcano erupts, which happens several times a night. Steam rises. Water shoots up. Lava spews. Flames dance. And a blast of heat will burn off your alcohol fatigue.Insider tips:To claim the best spot for viewing The Mirage's erupting volcano, arrive early and stake out a place up front. We have just one caveat: By standing up close, things may get a bit toasty.The volcano isn't the only free attraction at The Mirage. There are two mermaid statues just inside the front entrance. Rumor has it you should rub their -- what shall we say -- er, "chest area" for good luck. Also, a bronze statue dedicated to legendary magicians Siegfried & Roy is nestled among the lush greenery on the Strip. A photo here is a must.If you're coming to The Mirage to go to 1 OAK, the easiest thing to do is use the side valet (often referred to as the north valet). From there, you'll walk into the hotel and right up to the velvet rope. The north valet is located near the self-parking garage. So for those of you who prefer self-parking, this is a great option too. Find a space on level four where there's an open-air walkway that leads directly inside. Hop on the escalator and at the bottom...voilà, you'll be steps away from getting the party started at 1 OAK.Save yourself a little walking by hopping on the free tram (just outside The Mirage's front entrance) that links the hotel to Treasure Island. It runs between 7 a.m. - 2 a.m. daily, arriving and departing approximately every 15 minutes.Good to know:The base-level resort rooms at The Mirage are stylish and comfortable. They were last remodeled in 2009 and some are in better shape than others. Though not exactly voluminous, these rooms aren't cramped either, except in the bathrooms. So if you want a little more space to spread out in, as well as a bathroom with a separate tub and shower, then book a suite.All the rooms at The Mirage have minibars (you know, those little mini fridges stuffed with refreshments). Warning: This is not the kind of fridge you can use for storing your leftovers or snacks. There's no room in it to put anything and if you move items around, the sensors will charge you. That means you'll get a not-so-pleasant surprise when you see your bill at checkout.Speaking of fees, guests will be charged $15 per day for self-parking and $24 per day for valet parking. Hourly self-parking and valet rates vary, click here for details.All rooms are non-smoking; if you light up, you'll be charged a $300 cleaning fee. Save yourself the trouble and light up in permitted areas, like the casino and bars.
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Customer service 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Accuracy of VEGAS.com's Description 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Room Quality 
1 / 5
1 / 5
Casino 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Hotel Location 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Pool 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Room Location 
1 / 5
1 / 5
Overall amenities 
4 / 5
4 / 5
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fromThousand Oaks, Ca
Age:25 to 34
Gender:Male
Travel Purpose:Vacation/Pleasure
Travel Companions:Myself
Purchase Frequency:More than 6 times a year
Star Rating Accuracy:Too High
Gambler:Yes
Game:Progressive Slots
Yes, I recommend this product.
The Mirage was a great hotel too stay at but they need to renovate
PostedSeptember 25, 2012
The Mirage had everything you needed from a great pool too a great casino. Only downfall was their rooms. The room was dirty. The room was old. The room had rust in the shower. The floor was very uneven. Need a better selection.
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The tropical-themed Mirage is a mid-range property with a wide range of restaurants, bars, nightclubs and shops. Plus, it's home to an erupting volcano and a Cirque du Soleil production as well as dolphins, white tigers and leopards... oh my!The vibe:Lush setting, multigenerational, something for everyoneWhat we love:We like that The Mirage's roster of restaurants spans multiple genres and multiple price points from CPK to Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak. So when you sit down to peruse the menus, your response could be everything from "Wow, that's affordable" to "We're definitely not ordering wine with that."The Mirage's pool area has a lot more greenery than the newer resort pools in Vegas. Comprised of a series of lagoons with waterfalls, inlets and even little palm-tree lined islands, you'll feel like you've been marooned with Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins (oh, and a couple hundred sunbathers) in "The Blue Lagoon."A hottie of an attraction since the property opened in 1989, The Mirage's volcano is still a sight to be seen and felt. It sits right in front of the property in another tranquil lagoon...at least this lagoon is tranquil until the volcano erupts, which happens several times a night. Steam rises. Water shoots up. Lava spews. Flames dance. And a blast of heat will burn off your alcohol fatigue.Insider tips:To claim the best spot for viewing The Mirage's erupting volcano, arrive early and stake out a place up front. We have just one caveat: By standing up close, things may get a bit toasty.The volcano isn't the only free attraction at The Mirage. There are two mermaid statues just inside the front entrance. Rumor has it you should rub their -- what shall we say -- er, "chest area" for good luck. Also, a bronze statue dedicated to legendary magicians Siegfried & Roy is nestled among the lush greenery on the Strip. A photo here is a must.If you're coming to The Mirage to go to 1 OAK, the easiest thing to do is use the side valet (often referred to as the north valet). From there, you'll walk into the hotel and right up to the velvet rope. The north valet is located near the self-parking garage. So for those of you who prefer self-parking, this is a great option too. Find a space on level four where there's an open-air walkway that leads directly inside. Hop on the escalator and at the bottom...voilà, you'll be steps away from getting the party started at 1 OAK.Save yourself a little walking by hopping on the free tram (just outside The Mirage's front entrance) that links the hotel to Treasure Island. It runs between 7 a.m. - 2 a.m. daily, arriving and departing approximately every 15 minutes.Good to know:The base-level resort rooms at The Mirage are stylish and comfortable. They were last remodeled in 2009 and some are in better shape than others. Though not exactly voluminous, these rooms aren't cramped either, except in the bathrooms. So if you want a little more space to spread out in, as well as a bathroom with a separate tub and shower, then book a suite.All the rooms at The Mirage have minibars (you know, those little mini fridges stuffed with refreshments). Warning: This is not the kind of fridge you can use for storing your leftovers or snacks. There's no room in it to put anything and if you move items around, the sensors will charge you. That means you'll get a not-so-pleasant surprise when you see your bill at checkout.Speaking of fees, guests will be charged $15 per day for self-parking and $24 per day for valet parking. Hourly self-parking and valet rates vary, click here for details.All rooms are non-smoking; if you light up, you'll be charged a $300 cleaning fee. Save yourself the trouble and light up in permitted areas, like the casino and bars.
 

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Is there a personal safe in room? For disabled persons can soft beds be requested when checking in?
Their is a personal safe in the room. Usually found in the closet. I dont know about the soft beds. Never have asked that question.
6 years, 8 months ago
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Jerbear85
Thousand Oaks, CA, USA
 
The tropical-themed Mirage is a mid-range property with a wide range of restaurants, bars, nightclubs and shops. Plus, it's home to an erupting volcano and a Cirque du Soleil production as well as dolphins, white tigers and leopards... oh my!The vibe:Lush setting, multigenerational, something for everyoneWhat we love:We like that The Mirage's roster of restaurants spans multiple genres and multiple price points from CPK to Tom Colicchio's Heritage Steak. So when you sit down to peruse the menus, your response could be everything from "Wow, that's affordable" to "We're definitely not ordering wine with that."The Mirage's pool area has a lot more greenery than the newer resort pools in Vegas. Comprised of a series of lagoons with waterfalls, inlets and even little palm-tree lined islands, you'll feel like you've been marooned with Brooke Shields and Christopher Atkins (oh, and a couple hundred sunbathers) in "The Blue Lagoon."A hottie of an attraction since the property opened in 1989, The Mirage's volcano is still a sight to be seen and felt. It sits right in front of the property in another tranquil lagoon...at least this lagoon is tranquil until the volcano erupts, which happens several times a night. Steam rises. Water shoots up. Lava spews. Flames dance. And a blast of heat will burn off your alcohol fatigue.Insider tips:To claim the best spot for viewing The Mirage's erupting volcano, arrive early and stake out a place up front. We have just one caveat: By standing up close, things may get a bit toasty.The volcano isn't the only free attraction at The Mirage. There are two mermaid statues just inside the front entrance. Rumor has it you should rub their -- what shall we say -- er, "chest area" for good luck. Also, a bronze statue dedicated to legendary magicians Siegfried & Roy is nestled among the lush greenery on the Strip. A photo here is a must.If you're coming to The Mirage to go to 1 OAK, the easiest thing to do is use the side valet (often referred to as the north valet). From there, you'll walk into the hotel and right up to the velvet rope. The north valet is located near the self-parking garage. So for those of you who prefer self-parking, this is a great option too. Find a space on level four where there's an open-air walkway that leads directly inside. Hop on the escalator and at the bottom...voilà, you'll be steps away from getting the party started at 1 OAK.Save yourself a little walking by hopping on the free tram (just outside The Mirage's front entrance) that links the hotel to Treasure Island. It runs between 7 a.m. - 2 a.m. daily, arriving and departing approximately every 15 minutes.Good to know:The base-level resort rooms at The Mirage are stylish and comfortable. They were last remodeled in 2009 and some are in better shape than others. Though not exactly voluminous, these rooms aren't cramped either, except in the bathrooms. So if you want a little more space to spread out in, as well as a bathroom with a separate tub and shower, then book a suite.All the rooms at The Mirage have minibars (you know, those little mini fridges stuffed with refreshments). Warning: This is not the kind of fridge you can use for storing your leftovers or snacks. There's no room in it to put anything and if you move items around, the sensors will charge you. That means you'll get a not-so-pleasant surprise when you see your bill at checkout.Speaking of fees, guests will be charged $15 per day for self-parking and $24 per day for valet parking. Hourly self-parking and valet rates vary, click here for details.All rooms are non-smoking; if you light up, you'll be charged a $300 cleaning fee. Save yourself the trouble and light up in permitted areas, like the casino and bars.
 

Are there irons in rooms?

Need to press clothing after we check in will need a iron do we need to bring one or is one in room?
No they have the maid service do that for you
6 years, 8 months ago
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Jerbear85
Thousand Oaks, CA, USA