Formerly the Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas is a fabulous hotel choice for families visiting this surprisingly kid-friendly city.
Balance every adrenaline-charged moment with an unforgettable experience at Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, a sophisticated hotel in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. This High Desert setting hosts exciting performances, conventions, and excursions. But inside the modern, luxury hotel, the focus rests entirely on guests. Experience brilliant Waldorf Astoria Service, the hotel’s celebrated restaurant, a world-class spa, and much more.
The hotel provides a smoke-free, non-gaming alternative in the center of the main attractions, perfect for families. You’ll see spectacular views through floor-to-ceiling windows in your guestroom or suite and from the SkyBar and the Tea Lounge on the 23rd floor.
Our Editor Loves
- Two swimming pools
- Babysitting services
- Kid-friendly atmosphere
- Theme Park
- Onsite Dining
Had a quick two day biz trip and our host suggested Waldorf Astoria. It was perfect and quiet with an amazing high rise lounge with great view of the city. I don’t gamble or smoke, so really appreciated being on the strip but not overwhelmed by all the Vegas all the time. Added bonus was high end shopping area right next door. We’re already booked to return in November!
I thought I would be ok staying at a hotel without gambling as I really don’t gamble but this resort had almost nothing. Two restaurants. One VERY expensive and the other still pricey for what it is. As a Hilton diamond member I got $50 a day credit. The first day we opted for the breakfast buffet. This is not your typical Vegas buffet. It was tiny, it was more like breakfast at an embassy suites but here it cost $88 for two people after getting a beverage. So much for that $50 credit. We used the credit on some other days for drinks at the sky bar. Great view! Very pricey drinks. Very uptight. We went in one night and the place was empty yet they had a fit when we sat in the chairs by the windows as they “had to make sure they were available “. Another night it was closed all together for a private party so if we wanted a drink we had to go outside the hotel to get one. Very frustrating. The rooms are no different than when they were the mandarin. We had a strip view king. It was nice but tiny. I’ve stayed at Ritz Carlton’s and was in heaven but this Waldorf underwhelmed me. Super quiet hotel. I felt like I was interrupting everyone when we walked through it. I like to spend time in the hotel I’m staying at but it was very hard to do that here. I’ve stayed at many hotels on the strip, the best has been the cosmopolitan in my opinion.