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The Mirage, Las Vegas

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
Visit The Mirage to see the open-air home of Siegfried & Roy's royal white tigers. The habitat protects these rare animals, because their bright coloring makes camouflage nearly impossible in the wild. Almost all the tigers here descended from the same tiger brought from India. Watch the gorgeous creatures explore the space, which includes a swimming pool with fountains and simulated mountain terrain. Purchase tickets to the habitat at the Mirage. You don't have to be a guest of the resort to get admission. Use our Las Vegas vacation builder to visit The Mirage on your trip to Las Vegas, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This is neat if you want to see a few animals but there's not much there or too many animals. The tigers are neat to see but other than that, not too impressive. I wouldn't recommend it. 
  • Didn't spend long here, quite small but amazing to see the dolphins and tigers. Lovely setting, need to see if visiting Vegas 
  • We decided to check out the cats as we were staying at Mirage. They have beautiful animals. The dolphin area was also quite nice. Good way to spend a few hours at a pretty good price. 
  • The Mirage turned out to be very nice. It is much nicer than Treasure Island. The room was big and clean. The check-in was fast when we arrived on Thursday. The staff were all friendly and engaging. We had free buffets with our room and it was a great deal as food is so pricey in LV. The pool is big although you need to get there early on Saturdays. Servers at pool were the least positive at the hotel. I will stay again!
  • Stayed here for a couple of nights in Vegas and in comparison to some of the other hotels (on and off the strip) it's not too bad - a little overpriced when you consider what you get versus other hotels but the service was nice. Bars and restaurants inside are on the pricey side but that's to be expected - If you're wanting to do Vegas on a budget, try to avoid staying here. If you're looking for a place to stay with kids, please be aware that the fridge inside the room (minibar) has weight sensors so the moment something is removed you get charged. Same for another area above the fridge which holds candy and nuts - The perfect height for little hands to reach too!
  • The pool is nice but does get quite full. Difficult to get lounge chairs so better go early. When it does get crowded, the water gets a little murky and someone who has no respect for others left their beer bottle floating in the pool. Not cool, especially when there are kids playing in the pool. I gave this hotel 4 stars because there is a small zoo with white tigers and you can pay yo swim with the dolphin and pet him. I think that's an experience of a lifetime for some kids and adults.
  • Great hotel and casino. Rooms are nice and comfortable. Casino has many options for all levels of players (ie a decent amount of cheaper tables) A lot of good dining options, Pantry has delicious breakfast. Family and adult only pool options. Caters to many different types of travelers without feeling like it's overrun with tourists.
  • Loved their dolphin sanctuary and their indoor jungle. It's a lot more spacious too. I didn't feel as claustrophobic as most places on the strip. However, the moment you walk in, you're greeted with a woft of perfume that is a mix of sweet and musty. Not the best combination.
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