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The Mirage Las Vegas Walk Through

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I visited Vegas last week and walked through The Mirage Las Vegas. The Mirage recently reopened but some of the venues are still closed.

Known for its white tiger and volcano, the Polynesian themed Mirage offers 3,044 rooms with 281 suites and over 100,000 square feet of gaming.

Pro-tip: You can use your Mlife benefits such as discounted hotel rates and offers at The Mirage Hotel & Casino.

In this video, you’ll see which Mirage restaurants and bars are currently open and which are closed for your trip to Las Vegas.

For this trip, I flew Spirit to Las Vegas and Frontier from Las Vegas. This time instead of staying at The Palazzo Las Vegas, I booked a $10 hotel!

Yep, a $10 a night hotel! Stay tuned for that blog post. 🙂

Although I had the cheap hotel, to take advantage of the Bonus Journeys promotion and earn 2,500 points plus 3x points, I booked a night at the Hyatt Place Las Vegas Silverton and a night at the Hyatt Place Las Vegas.

Because the spas aren’t open yet I couldn’t visit Canyon Ranch Spa Las Vegas or European Massage School. Stay tuned for more posts and videos about Las Vegas.. 🙂

What’s your favorite casino to visit in Las Vegas?

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