Guests who check into this spanking-new Zen-like Hotel at the prestigious City Center (Las Vegas) are immediately whisked up to the Sky Lobby on the 23rd floor where commanding views of the transforming Vegas skyline literally take the breath away.
First and foremost, savvy world travellers scout down this luxury boutique hotel because they are anxious to pamper themselves in a myriad of suites that cater to every self-indulgent whim.
The Mandarin's signature style includes floor-to-ceiling picture windows, well-appointed suites (that dazzle guests from the get-go with perks like climate control and personalized flattering lighting), and panoramic views of the mountains and glitzy night strip which beckons invitingly from below.
In addition to a glut of suites for the individual - or discerning couples - there is a wide selection of interconnecting accommodations for families that travel, too.
The 47-story (non-gaming) Hotel also boasts that their 23rd-story restaurant - Twist - is manned by celebrated Michelin Star Chef Pierre Gagnaire.
At another eatery - MOzen - guests may dine on authentic Asian dishes offered up with a modern dash of eye-catching flash.
On the strip level, a gourmet bakery serves up simpler sandwiches, pastries, and beverages for folks on the go who don't require a lot of attention, muss, or fuss.
The Mandarin Hotel is also thoroughly "green" after earning LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council with little fanfare.
So, bottom line, you'll be environmentally sound during the course of your stay.
In addition to being spoiled rotten, of course!
See 'ya there!