Mirage, The Hot
Mlife Players Club
When you enroll in MGM Mirage Players Club, you will have a card that is valid at MGM Grand, The Aria, Bellagio, The Mirage, Treasure Island, New York-New York, Mandalay Bay, Luxor, Excalibur, Monte Carlo, MGM Grand Detroit, Gold Strike-Tunica, MS and Beau Rivage in Biloxi, Mississippi. The points earned at any location can be used at any of the other locations.
The card has five tiers and visitors are awarded for every dollar spent at the property as well as gambling.
Accounts are terminated after 18 months of inactivity.
Slot Point Accrual
|5¢, 25¢, $1||$3/1||$10/1|
Minimum: 500 points
Increments: 50 points
Comps: Players at Vegas casinos receive two cents in Express Comps for every point earned on slot and video poker machines. These can be redeemed for food, merchandise, hotel stays or freeplay.
Reservation Number: (800) 627-6667
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Rooms: 3,044 Price Range: $79-$329
Suites: 281 Price Range: $299-$1,500
Self-Parking: $7 (1-4 hours), $10 (4 to 24 hours)
Valet Parking: $13 (up to 4 hours), $18 (4 to 24 hours)
Restaurants: 12 (1 open 24 hours)
Buffets: B- $16.99/$26.99 (Saturday/Sunday)
L- $23.99 D- $30.99
Casino Size: 97,550 Square Feet
Games Offered: Slots, Video Poker, Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Sports Book, Race Book, Baccarat, Mini-Baccarat, Pai Gow, Poker, Pai Gow Poker, Let It Ride, Three Card Poker, Big Six Wheel, Ultimate Texas Hold 'Em
Special Features: Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat (admission charge). Aquarium display at check-in desk. Simulated volcano with periodic “eruptions. Terry Fator and Cirque du Soleil’s Love stage shows.
5 Star service; 3 Star price
Booked a 4 night stay Sept 20-24; We have been to Las Vegas many times and have stayed at several different places. The Mirage may be the best bargain on the strip. Check-in on a busy Saturday was seamless. There is a dedicated check-in line for MLife players club members and the entire process took less than 5 minutes. We were given a 20th floor strip view room. The only downside was noise from the volcano show every 30 minutes until midnight. However, a room change request was handled quickly. The room was clean, quiet with a very comfortable bed. Housekeeping was superb. Food service was excellent at the Pantry, the Deli, and the Buffet, which was one of the best we have ever experienced. Every employee we encountered was pleasant & courteous; at no time did we feel less than valued guests. The front desk personnel are thorough and professional. Kiosk check-out was also easy & fast. All things considered, this was the best place we have ever stayed on the strip. Although this property is 25 years old, it is very well maintained and managed. Yes, other newer mega resorts may have 600 sq foot rooms along with outrageous food & drink prices, but the Mirage provides everything required for an excellent vacation experience for less expense.
Great Place for a Moderate to High Roller
Beautiful casino/hotel. Went to the lunch buffet, I thought it was very good. Like getting the wine or beer with the meal. Drink stations are interesting, changes the tip dynamic. You tip the bartender and then the bus person but they are not bringing you drinks, so the $1 or $2 tip per drink rule goes out the window. vp tables only decent at upper levels.
L.O.V.E. the Mirage
The center strip Mirage has a very friendly poker room with a lot of jackpots and promos going on, 1/2 NL and 3/6 LH run every day. Not much for good pay table video poker but they do have some quarter progressive games where the meter goes up quickly. On weekdays they have a double deck blackjack game for $25 min. And the buffet is excellent.
Never stayed here (but on my list) even with the Resort Fees...
Went and had dinner at Samba Steakhouse and had the Rodizo BBQ - It's all you can eat and it is delicious. I highly suggest having the bacon wrapped Turkey. The bacon is crisp and the turkey melts in your mouth.
Also saw The Beatles LOVE - was EXCELLENT!
Gaming atmosphere is awesome here, lots of people all having fun.
My favorite casino.
This is my favorite casino to gamble in. I usually win on the poker machines. No matter how many times I see the volcano erupt, it hasn't lost its fascination. The food is excellent, too.
Visit the Volcano, See the Aquarium, Skip the Casi
Tight slots, higher table limits, skip the casino!
However, for you Frugal Vegas Go'ers out there you of course must see the Volcano. I've seen it a million times, but each trip I still have to go watch it erupt. It's just part of Vegas, much like the Bellagio Fountains, The Glow of the Flamingo Lights, and the Sexy Battle at Treasure Island.
I also recommend going inside and checking out the awesome aquarium behind the front desk. This is the same aquarium shown in National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation. It's a must see to kill some time and stay away from the casino games in there!!!
Of course, like the previous reviewer said, you're paying for the Volcano lol.
I think I paid for the Volcano
I was there in 09 when they were about done with the volcano. My husband and I could not win on the slots to save our lives. My husband is usually lucky and never won there. We finally gave up and went to the Paris and Imperial Palace and won at both places. The table games had high minimums also. The rooms had just been redone and they were nice but how much time do you spend in the room? I also didn't find the staff all that nice. I know Ive stayed elsewhere in my 2 other trips to vegas since and I'm never gonna pay into the volcano fund again.
Visited 1/29 thru 2/2. Check in was very quick. We were VERY impressed with the new room decor. The staff was very friendly. Food everywhere was good, though a bit pricy. The BLT Burger is a new addition and very good.
Visited 7/9/08. The aquarium at the front desk is a must see.
Didn't stay at the hotel but lines at the front desk were long.
Free drinks here were the best. Wait staff was fast! Slots are okay.
My stay at the Mirage was perfect. Dealers were very friendly, buffet was excellent.
Good place to stay
I was there in 02/06 so this is a little dated. The rooms were very nice,its vegas who stays in the room?, but they were nice.
The food at the buffet was very good. The dealers for the most part were friendly and made the table gaming enjoyable. The deli is not a good idea. Unless a sandwich that you could never really eat is your idea of fun.
The poker room was nice but the tables were pretty crowded together and they needed a few more dealers. I would definitely stay here again but for the money I will probably look else where.