Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas Hotel & Residences opens on the Strip

Former Mandarin Oriental with 389 rooms and 1,100sqm of event space will be redesigned in 2019.

The Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas Hotel & Residences has opened on the Las Vegas Strip.

Formerly Mandarin Oriental, the hotel is now operated by Hilton Management Services and in 2019 it will be redesigned with newly-styled rooms and public spaces.  

Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is a short walk from the 20,000 seat T-Mobile Arena.

"Vegas continues to be one of the most celebrated and exciting cities in the world, and a destination where visitors seek extraordinary and remarkable experiences," said Martin Rinck, executive vice president and global head, Luxury & Lifestyle Group, Hilton.

The property offers more than 1,100sqm of event space, including the glamorous Waldorf Ballroom situated three floors above Las Vegas Boulevard with views of the Strip.

There are 389 guestrooms and 225 residences, including 55 suites and three Presidential Suites. Guests can dine at Michelin-Star rated chef Pierre Gagnaire’s restaurant Twist.


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