Delano rooms are all about style. Just like the rest of the all-suite hotel, the designers of the Delano Las Vegas put a lot of thought into the look and the feel of the suites. Both the public spaces and 1,100 rooms were designed to create an escape from the hustle and bustle of the Strip. The design embodies clean, crisp lines with playful details spread throughout. This is evident as soon as guests step into the free-standing hotel part of Mandalay Bay. The approach to the Delano features a giant boulder taken right from the desert. From there, you'll step into a hallway draped in white curtains, leading to the reception desk.
After stepping away from the desk, you'll be ready to leave the lobby behind en route to the Delano rooms. Well-decorated corridors lead to the suites, dressed in shades of gray and dark blues. The artwork on the walls takes its inspiration from the desert just beyond Las Vegas. The light, airy feeling of the suites is a contrast to the dark shades of the hallway. White is the dominant color of the rooms, with its tufted headboards, flowing curtains, and luxury linens. Touches of neutral colors can be seen throughout the Delano rooms. Instead of desert scenes, the photos that adorn the walls feature underwater scenes filled with rainbows of color. The floor-to-ceiling windows also give guests something spectacular to look at—the Las Vegas skyline.
Delano Las Vegas - Room Minibar
Whether staying in a standard room or the biggest suites, guests can expect plenty of comforts. The standard rooms, at 725 a piece, are some of the largest of any Las Vegas hotels. These rooms are well equipped with a wooden armoire, made out of a light shade of wood, a work desk, and a 46-inch flat-screen TV set. In each of the Delano rooms, there's also a well-stocked wet bar and a seating area with comfortable furnishings and carpet with gray geometric prints. There's a separate powder room and spa bathroom in each of the suites. Guests can choose between a king bed or two queens in the entry-level suites.
Delano Las Vegas - Bathroom
Upgrades are readily available in the Delano Las Vegas. The 725-square-foot rooms can be upgraded for a view of the Las Vegas Strip. For those who want more space and more amenities, there are plenty of choices. The Panoramic Suites expand the floor space to 741 square feet and the views to 180 degrees. Dark wood floors, an open floor plant and a coffee table that's as much art as furniture are hallmarks of the Penthouse Suite. It covers 1,642 square feet of Las Vegas real estate, offering a dining room with seating for eight. One side of the dark wood table has chairs, while the other has bench seating, draped in gold velvet—just steps away from the cocktail area. The Delano's largest suite also features a living room to go along with the bedroom and spa bath.
For those who travel with their furry friends, the Delano Las Vegas offers dog-friendly suites. A small additional fee is required per do, and up to two dogs are allowed in each room. Pooches are pampered with a special menu of healthy meals, and pet setting services are available for times when you're out enjoying the pool, the poolside casino or some other Las Vegas adventure.