The Mirage

Area: Strip
  • Next to the Venetian, Harrahs, Treasure Island and Caesars Palace.
  • Huge and tropical island-themed with volcano, 1,000-species aquarium behind the front desk, and tropical plants throughout.
  • Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat (sounds dirty, but its not.).
  • Bare topless pool, sounds dirty and it is.
  • Entertainment is a Cirque du Soleil show and The Beatles' LOVE.
  • Several nightclubs including the popular, Jet.

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4 responses to “The Mirage”


  1. Gwen said:

    The Paris and Planet Hollywood are next door to each other but the walk may take you 10 or 15 minutes, denpndieg upon how many people are on the sidewalk. NO!! you don't need a car to get around in Vegas on the Strip. If you did get a car you would spend more time walking from the free hotel/casino parking lots, which are typically behind the hotels and a good ways from the casino and Strip sidewalk. Many of the hotel are connected by a footbridge, overpass over the street and some like the Paris and Ballys, have an inside connecting hallway. So you don't even need to go outside. Caesars and the Mirage are next door to each other and after you walk through Caesars Forum shops you exit right at the doorway to the Mirage. Caesars is also connected to Bellagio by an overpass over Flamingo Rd. So you walk from one property right to the next. If you walk down to the NY, NY Hotel Casino you cross the street on an overpass that leads you right into the Excalibur hotel. Then there you can get a free tram that runs between Excalibur, Luxor and the Mandalay Bay Hotel Casinos. If you go to the back of Harrahs there is a free shuttle bus to take you to and from the Rio Hotel and right across the street from the Rio is the Palms and Gold Coast hotel casinos. Now if you are thinking about walking the whole strip from the Stratosphere Hotel casino all the way down to the Mandalay Bay, THAT IS a long walk and you would do better catching the public buses that run on the Strip all of the time.


  2. chris said:

    cique du soleil 'LOVE' at the mirage. this show doesnt have many acrobatics like other cirque shows. based more on dance with beatles music. still very enjoyable.


  3. chris said:

    i our opinion the best possition hotels on the strip are , the bellagio, caesars palace and the mirage. we visited every hotel on the strip and would definately choose the mirage next time


  4. Jeff said:

    My son is turning 21 in July, 2010. I am bringing him to Vegas for 5 days. He likes theme parks, tours, and good food. I was curious, I want to find a great place-young crowd that he can fit in with. Plan on taking all the stops out on this Birthday! What would you all recommend? Thank you!

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