Mandalay Bay in Photos

Mandalay Bay is considered the southern most point of the Las Vegas Strip. This impressively large resort has more than 4,000 rooms, dozens of restaurants, North America’s only predator-based aquarium and an intimate but popular concert venue. Though Mandalay Bay doesn’t have a particular theme like many Las Vegas hotels and isn’t necessarily a common stop for the casual visitor, it is a beautiful property with plenty of on-site entertainment and amenities.




Mandalay Bay as the sun goes down.

One of the VIP suites at THEhotel at Mandalay Bay.

STRIPSTEAK is a traditional steakhouse headed by Chef Michael Mina.

Aureole has won several awards and is considered one of the finest restaurants in the United States. The four-story wine tower is one of its distinguishing features.

eyecandy sound lounge & bar offers a high-tech nightclub experience with sound stations, interactive touch tables and a dance floor that is constantly changing.

The House of Blues has live music seven days a week.

Spa Mandalay is 30,000 square feet in size and includes this sunken whirlpool.

Mandalay Beach sprawls across 11 acres and includes a wave pool, real sand, three pools and a lazy river.

Mandalay Bay's Shark Reef Aquarium is one of the most popular attractions on the Las Vegas Strip.

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Photo credit: All photos are courtesy of MGM International except Mandalay Bay exterior (Gary Simmons), House of Blues (otakuchick) and Shark Reef Aquarium (Stuck in Customs).