in the Mandalay Bay complex, may be what you're looking for. Noticeably (and pleasingly) absent is a casino. Like it's sexy sister in Miami, the lobby is sophisticated and a chill place to have a drink. Guest rooms are all true suites; the bedroom and living room are completely separate. Master bathrooms are large and luxurious, dressed in chocolate marble and stocked with high-end amenities, a flat screen TV, a magnifying mirror, and stacks of fluffy towels. For convenience, there is also a half bathroom in the foyer.
Guests can enjoy the small Lazy River, the wave pool (lots of lifeguards) or the Delano private pool. Two great shows are an easy walk, Carlos Santana at the Hard Rock and Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson One, both at the Mandalay.
Negatives: There is a $4 charge to use the in-room Keurig and the bathrobes are made of a clammy microfiber instead of a nice, light weight cotton. The pool complex, shared with Mandalay Bay, is a long, winding walk. Shade comes at a price, $25 for each seat and $25 for each umbrella. The Delano Beach Club, described as "a luxurious pool club with whimsical elements" is claustrophobic with lounges jammed up against each other. Tubes for Lazy River must be purchased.
The daily resort fee of $25 includes use of a small, windowless gym and sadly, inexcusably, the Delano charges another $25 to use the hot tub and sauna in the Delano Spa.
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