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The Mirage, Las Vegas

(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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  • Enjoyed seeing the white tigers habitat in the mirage hotel. The mirage is near the mall and treasure island. Can be accessed by the monrail. Very nice to see these beautiful animals up close. Staff i...  more »
  • We stayed at the Mirage in January and decided to check out the habitat. The price seemed a little high, but isn't everything in Vegas. The dolphins were entertaining. You could pose for pictures with...  more »
  • Loved it. Tigers/ lions were sleepy but in full view. Super clean, lots of staff. Nice and peaceful. Free water dispenser was a nice touch. 
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  • Thought it was a good hotel until I got a nasty surprise when they took over $700 from my credit card without any warning or explanation. For this reason, I will never stay here again nor at any other MGM resort. Rooms were clean. Great location on the strip. Nice pool. Casino just ok.
  • Location is great, near the middle of the strip. Close to lots of activities, food and casinos. Rooms are nice, bathroom is a little snug but nice overall. Staff is friendly and courteous.
  • Check in took a little while. Had to ask for more towels, only two bath towels. But the staff is really responsive. Cleaning people were friendly and efficient. The gambling floor is well laid out and we enjoyed the hotel bar. Over all nice.
  • Though one of the older hotels in the area, it's in beautiful condition. Our 24th floor room has a fantastic view of the Strip, pool, and mountains. The room was clean and comfortable, and I slept great the four nights we were there. We spent several hours at the pool, which was a relaxing experience. The Paradise Bar served excellent tacos - the fish were top notch, but the fried avocado were also quite good. Margaritas were too sour, but can't have everything. The one flaw in the pool are the sub-human seat savers who line up before the pool opens and reserve their spots. Nice selection of restaurants. We tried The Still and a couple of take away spots for breakfast, happy with all of them. The check-in process was fairly quick, as was the in-room check-out process. We had no complaints during our stay. I like the coconut smell in the casino area, which you detect under the cigarette smoke.
  • It's a pretty good hotel, casino, and restaurants and shops. I like the excellent decorations, the hotel food is solid, and the outside is beautiful (unless you sleep on lower floors, you just see a wall), and the bathrooms in the room look beautiful. Overall it is a really good hotel, but there is a major issue, the drinks, chips and candy inside of the hotel room are too expensive, and if you touch any of them you will be charged because the items pressure sensitive plates alerting the room service. But you can avoid that by bringing your own chips, drinks and other stuff (but if you bring drinks make sure to have a cooler with ice because the fridge is where the expensive drinks are, and if you need more ice just buy it from the shopping canal or from a store outside).