Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas was officially converted to the Waldorf Astoria Las Vegas Hotel & Residences in August. The rebranded hotel has 392 guest rooms and 225 residences, which include 55 suites and three larger presidential suites. Other additions include the French restaurant Twist and a 27,000-square-foot spa. The resort also has an eighth-floor pool deck. The property has 12,000 square feet of event space including the Waldorf Ballroom, which holds as many as 800 guests for receptions.
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Cocktail bar Rosina opened at the Palazzo Las Vegas in December. The new venue offers guests an opulent atmosphere with shades of black, gold, pearl, and burgundy, presented in decor and furniture such as crystal chandeliers, high-top tables, U-shaped banquettes, and an 1,100-square-foot bar that resembles a jewelry box. The bar’s signature feature is a “Champagne Call Button,” a button on a mirrored column next to their table that guests push when they would like a refill. The venue seats 65 guests and is available for private events.