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Vegas Starts Here


THE MIRAGE T ✱


SLEEP STYLISHLY: After an $85-million revamp, all 3,044 Deluxe, Tower Deluxe, and suite accommo- dations at The Mirage feature dark wood furnishings, cool metal finishes, and a soothing neutral palette.


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HE FIRST MEGA RESORT TO light up Las Vegas more than 20 years ago, the 102-acre Mirage is still setting the pace for what’s hip and hot on The Strip. This property makes a big impression starting at the door, where an erupting vol- cano and flora-filled indoor


atrium greet guests on arrival, and at the front desk, where more than 1,000 types of marine life fill a 20,000-gallon aquarium. From the saltwater pool complex to the colorful yet Zen design of the guest rooms, The Mirage takes paradise to a whole new level. In 2008, The Mirage’s AAA Four-Diamond accommodations underwent an $85-million, floor- to-ceiling overhaul, remodeling rooms and suites into a sleeker, more modern design, chock-full of amenities. Four levels of suites, lanais with private pools and gardens, and two- and three-bed- room villas round out the accommodation mix.


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The Mirage is just as flexible and plenti- ful. The 90,000-square-foot Mirage Events Center can be reconfigured as ballroom space for galas or as exhibition space for trade shows. Smaller event spaces — including the Volcano, Bare Pool Lounge, and Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat — offer myriad options for special events. From a Brazilian steakhouse to play-


ful American cuisine at STACK Restaurant & Bar, The Mirage’s six fine-dining options span the globe and the palate. Nine casual dining outlets include favorites like BLT Burger, California Pizza Kitchen, and Carnegie Deli, and entertainment options — like “The Beatles LOVE” by Cirque du Soleil and “Terry Fator: Ventriloquism in


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Concert” — are just as diverse and crowd-pleasing. An on-site spa and casino as well as shopping and nightlife will always give meeting attendees something new to explore. n


AT A GLANCE


Meeting space: More than 170,000 square feet of total meeting space, including the 90,000-square-foot Mirage Events Center Number of guest rooms: 3,044 guest rooms, including 281 suites Amenities: A 100,000-square-foot casino, 15 restaurants, 11 bars and lounges, “The Beatles LOVE” by Cirque du Soleil, “Terry Fator: Ventriloquism in Concert,” Aces of Comedy, Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat, The Mirage Pool and Bare Pool Lounge, The Mirage Spa and Kim Vô Salon


For more information: The Mirage, (702) 791-7171; GroupSales@ mirage.com; www.mirage.com/meetings


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PARADISE FOUND: Guests can pick


between two pool para- dises at The Mirage to suit their mood: two saltwater pools and three spas surrounded by private cabanas and waterfalls, or the Bare Pool Lounge — an adults-only, European- style pool experience.


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