Mandalay Bay Brings the Ocean to You

If you are looking for a water experience in Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay is your destination.

Here, the largest saltwater aquarium between Monterey and Chicago awaits you, along with wave pools, gaming rooms, sports events, and great dining.

Mandalay Bay Shark Reef


The Shark Reef Aquarium is the signature feature of this 3300 room resort located near the south end of the Vegas Boulevard. The aquarium holds 1.3 million gallons of water, making it one of the largest enclosed saltwater aquariums in the country. The tank is large and the exhibits are great. One of the rare sights that you will see is green sawfish. This a type of ray with a saw-like appendage extending towards the front. The sawfish is a highly endangered species that has been sought for generations for its fins and its saws. The Jungle, which is a part of the aquarium exhibit, includes a Komodo dragon as its signature exhibit. Within the aquarium area, there is also a touch pool for an interactive sea experience.

Mandalay Bay


The Mandalay Beach area is eleven acres of pools and associated fun-in-the-sun activity space. Three heated pools, a wave tank with two to four-foot waves with an accompanying pool designed for children, make this a fun-filled beach adventure for the family. In addition, for the more sophisticated European style pool, Mandalay Beach offers The Moorea. This is a pool complex for those who are 21 years of age and older (Proof of age required), who are looking for a luxurious pool experience.

Gaming Rooms

One hundred and thirty-five thousand square feet of gaming experiences await the Mandalay Bay visitor. All of the traditional Las Vegas games are here, including poker, slot machines, and sports betting.


Mandalay Bay boasts 24 assorted dining experiences. From award-winning chefs and their signature designed restaurants to the classic House of Blues entertaining and dining facility. Some notable restaurant names include Aureole from New York City replete with its four-story wine tower featuring 3500 wines ranging in price up to $4500 a bottle. Burger Bar where you can build your own unique burger or choose one of the delectable and distinguish menu choices. One of the newest restaurants, Kumi, featuring great ambiance and a wonderful Japanese menu. Or, the fine food and comfort of the Verandah, located in the Four Seasons Hotel which takes up the top five stories of the Mandalay Bay Tower.


Located on the walkway connecting Mandalay Bay and the Luxor, the Shops at Mandalay Bay offers over forty shopping and dining choices. There is a beach presence with Flip Flops Shop and Ron Jon Surf Shop, but clothing, gifts, and specialty shops are there as well, including Urban Outfitters, OPTICA, GUINNESS, and LICKS.


Mandalay Bay offers three distinctive lodging opportunities – Mandalay Tower, THEhotel Tower, and the Four Seasons Hotel. Mandalay Tower offers everything from Deluxe rooms to Hospitality Suites of over 2300 square feet, with each unit delivering the highest standards of hospitality and comfort. THEhotel Tower offers everything from THE Suite with a separate living room to the H Suite with over 1500 square feet of luxurious space. With a unique concept, the Four Seasons Hotel consists of the top floors of the Mandalay Bay Tower, offering Superior Rooms to Strip view rooms and studio units all the way to 1500 square foot suites with either mountain or desert views.


Newly opened is “Michael Jackson: One Show” by Cirque de Soleil. Set in its own theater space, this is planned to be a long-running show for the Mandalay Bay Resort. Attached to the resort is a million square foot convention center and a 12,000 seat arena, both venues hosting a wide range of events throughout the year.

You may be in the middle of the Mojave Desert, but Mandalay Bay will bring the ocean to you!


Mandalay Bay is located at 3950 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV

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