Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas
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|Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas|
Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, as seen from across the Las Vegas Strip
|Former names||Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas (2009–2018)|
|Hotel chain||Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts|
|Type||Hotel & condominium|
|Address||3752 South Las Vegas Boulevard|
|Opening||December 5, 2009|
|Height||539 ft (164 m)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Kohn Pedersen Fox|
|Number of rooms||392 hotel rooms & 225 condominiums|
|Number of restaurants||5|
The Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas, formerly the Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, is a 47-story luxury hotel and condominium building in the CityCenter complex on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It is managed by Hilton Worldwide as part of the Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts brand. It is owned by Tiffany Lam and Andrew and Peggy Cherng.
The hotel has 392 rooms and suites, decorated in an Eastern style. The hotel lobby is located on the 23rd floor. The Waldorf Astoria Residences have 225 condominium residences located on the building's upper floors, which had an average listing price of $2 million as of 2010.
The hotel was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox architects, with mixed residential interiors designed by firms of Kay Lang & Associates and Page & Steele Interior Architects. The hotel received a LEED Gold certification on November 20, 2009.
The Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas opened on December 5, 2009.
In 2018, CityCenter sold the hotel for $214 million to hotel investor Tiffany Lam and Panda Express founders Andrew and Peggy Cherng. In conjunction with the sale, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group ceased managing the property on August 31, 2018, and Hilton assumed management, rebranding it as a Waldorf Astoria.
The Waldorf Astoria contains 392 hotel rooms and suites, five restaurants and bars, and a spa, which was named a Forbes Five-Star recipient. The interior of the hotel was designed by Adam D. Tihany.
The hotel has over 12,000 sq ft (1,100 m2) of function space including a ballroom and meeting rooms. Additionally, the hotel has an outdoor pool area with two lap pools, two hot tubs, a plunge pool, and poolside cabanas. A fitness center and beauty salon are located on premises.
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