Mandarin Bar

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Las Vegas
United States
36° 6' 22.1076" N, 115° 10' 27.4656" W
General info: 

Since Mandarin Bar opened in 2009 at the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, it has won endless praise as the best bar with a view in Las Vegas. Once you take the elevator to the 23rd floor and enter the bar, you´ll understand why.

The coctails here are not cheap but they are unique & creative, with a local and Asian twist. With one of the chicest decors in Las Vegas this is our favorite bar for a coctail with view in Las Vegas.

Getting there: 

3752 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89158


The prices are not really cheap but are compensated with the magnificent view and chic decor.

5pm – 1am (Mon – Thu)
4:30pm – 2am (Fri & Sat)
5 - 11pm (Sun)

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