The hotel is four miles from McCarran International Airport and guests can expect to pay approximately $25 in cab fare to reach the destination.
The non-gaming Delano Las Vegas is still close to the action – the property is connected to Mandalay Bay – yet offers a serene atmosphere of white-on-white décor on the Strip. Despite the obvious nods to the brand’s South Beach roots, the hotel celebrates the surrounding landscape with massive boulders taken from Nevada’s Great Basin Desert.
Accommodations at the all-suite hotel have separate living and sleeping areas elegantly outfitted with monochromatic bleached walls, leather furniture, marble and granite bathroom surfaces and two vanities with lighted makeup mirrors. Scenic suites have floor-to-ceiling windows looking out at the Strip and desert while pet lovers can book the dog-friendly suite featuring a special menu and sitting service.
For unprecedented sights of the Strip, visitors can enjoy cocktails at Skyfall Lounge offering 180-degree views. Dining options on-site include Della’s Kitchen, boasting a menu of produce grown in the property’s greenhouse, Rivea’s French-Italian fusion from internationally celebrated chef Alain Ducasse and Franklin, the lobby bar serving small plates and cocktails to the beat of electronic music played by the resident DJ.
The BATHHOUSE Spa features 12 treatment rooms overlooking the Strip from the hotel’s second floor. To soak up the desert sun, guests sip cocktails on chaise lounges or play a game of submerged chess at Delano Beach Club, exclusive to guests of the hotel and just steps from the sand and surf of Mandalay Bay Beach.