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We spent 5 nights here and the slots were very tight. My wife and I spent alot of time in the casino and had very little luck on the slots. I only saiw 2 people getting paid out jackpots the entire time we were there.
For the casinos we visited, the air quality was better at the Mirage. It was less smokey than most. They had less lighting in this Casino so it always feels like it's night when you're there. Good selection of tables and slots. Some low dollar...More
My husband and I stayed at The Mirage hotel and casino, we were there for 2 nights. It was fantastic! My husband wanted to make sure that I would be able to see the white tigers and they were beautiful!
First, the food in the restaurants are extremely expensive. I'm sorry but $20 for a few pancakes is just robbery. For the price they charge for rooms and the amount of money you gamble daily they should at the very least offer complimentary breakfast or...More
Staying at hotel at the moment. Upon arrival we got the room with interconnected door( 18-106). The music next door was so loud, we had to ask to change the room. The receptionist were smiling and were pushing for an upgrade. We tried to change...More
We didn't have any luck with the slots here, but came out even on the tables. Interestingly, however, I found that there seemed to be a concerted effort to help clear/raise/mask the cigarette smoke - my main reason for hating Vegas! It seemed so much...More
We visited the Mirage to see the Beatles LOVE show and ended up doing some gambling while we were there. The casino is a bit on the older side, but the domed garden was cool and the energy was good in the casino. I would...More