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Pool Area Name:   Mandalay Beach,
Moorea Beach Club and
Beachside Casino

Number of Pools:   4

Number of Hot Tubs:   3

Descriptions
Mandalay Beach offers an 11-acre tropical lagoon which features a sandy beach, three exotic pools and a lazy river. Mandalay Beach's large 1.6 million gallon wave pool can reach waves as high as 6 feet. The lazy river called the Tropical River is perfect for relaxing the day away while floating on your inner tube. For those who like comforts of a classic pool, they have one of those as well.

Moorea Beach Club is a separate and secluded area off of Mandalay Beach. Only 21 and older are allowed for entry as the club offers European sunbathing (topless). The Club has a separate pool, along with other perks such as chilled towel service and complementary selection of sun products.

Moorea Beach Club admission prices:

  • Monday - Thursday Men $40.00, Women $10.00
  • Friday - Sunday Men $50.00, Women $10.00

Mandalay Beach often has concert beach events. A stage is located above the wave pool for all to see. Check with the hotel for the summer concert schedule.

The Beachside Casino. Located on the sand just across from the wave pool this three-story, climate controlled building offers a casino and cafe.

The first floor offers the casual Beach Bar & Grill. The second floor has casual gambling including blackjack, craps and roulette. The third floor is Villas Soleil. It offers five villas (more information in the Cabana Description) and a private third-level pool.

Also, Beach and Poolside day beds are available.



Cabanas
Mandalay Beach and Moorea Beach Club offer 100 cabanas, daybeds, bungalows and villas. Prices range from $200 a day to $1,800 a day.

Moorea Beach club offers 4 cabanas.

Villas Soleil is located on the top of the Beach Casino Building. Five Villas ranging in sizes from 250 to 500 feet. The Villas are a step up to the average Las Vegas style cabanas. Each villa can accommodate up to 16 guests.

Each contemporary Villa will include the following:

  • day beds and modular seating
  • restroom
  • wet bar
  • 50-inch flat-screen TV
  • MP3 player
  • safe
  • ceiling fan
  • changing area
  • a private deck overlooking the Beach
  • access to private third-level pool
  • cabana service

Pool and beach side Day Beds are also available. Beds offer the following features:

  • accommodates up to six guests
  • canopy shades
  • TV
  • safes
  • cabana host service

Contact the hotel at (702) 632-4760 for Cabana, Moorea Beach Club, Villa and Day Bed rates and reservations.

Amenities
The Surf Shack sells beach accessories such as suntan lotions and hats.
Beverages
Personal beverage service provided.
Food
Beach Bar & Grill offers an extensive menu for casual sit-down dining. A snack counter is also available to grab a quick bite to bring back to your lounge chair.

Surf Café has a selection of salads, sandwiches and snacks.

Towels
Complementary white towels are provided.
Toy Rentals*
Rafts and tube are available for rent.

Prices: $20.00 a day, plus $5.00 deposit. Deposit only required for cash payments. No deposit required for room charge.

Entry Rules
Only Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, THEhotel and Four Seasons Hotel guests are allowed entry.
Hours*
9:00am - 6:00pm.
Seasonal Dates of Operation*
Tropical River and wave pool are seasonal.
Location
Mandalay Beach is located behind the casino, downstairs by the conference rooms. Patience is needed when trying to find the beach.
Handicap Accessible
Check hotel for details.
Contact Information
Contact (702) 632-7997 for Beach information.

*All prices, hours, and dates subject to change, check with the hotel.


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Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas got 4.5 stars based on 18 user reviews.

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Rating: 3 suns Rating: 3 suns Rating: 3 suns     Posted by an anonymous swimmer who visited the pool in July 2010
Hotel charges for everything. Wifi is not free to connect it is $15 per day. The pools are so packed we spent 30 min trying to find a chair that you didn't have to pay for. Wear flipflops because the decks are so hot you burn your feet badly. I suggest staying offsite and swimming in a little pool for a lot less money and driving to the strip and parking for free.
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Rating: 3 suns Rating: 3 suns Rating: 3 suns     Posted by an anonymous swimmer who visited the pool in June 2010
Got to Moorea beach at about 2:30 pm. Were told there were no chairs available, so we sat at the pool edge. NO ONE came to ask us if we wanted a drink or to let us know if a chair was available. We just sat there at pool edge, which I am sure my boyfriend loved the view, as about ten women were topless and a few that were probably hired by the hotel to show off. I had to get our own drinks. I would only go back if you could get a chair and service.
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Rating: 1 sun     Posted by Penny Player who visited the pool in July 2009
2200 beach chairs around 4 pools.. 55 minutes of walking around to find no where to sit. "Lazy river" should be called "4000 kids running with current screaming river". Beach chairs with Umbrellas $138 per chair. Cabanas $400/day. Pools close at 7:00 pm, that was disappointing.
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by Kim who visited the pool in June 2009
Moorea Beach Club was awesome!! It's worth the extra $$ to get away from the kids! Who takes kids to Vegas anyway?
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by an anonymous swimmer who visited the pool in May 2009
The mandalay bay pool area was a great place for kids and has a nice ordely area. I highly say to go there.
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by an anonymous swimmer who visited the pool in September 2008
My newly wed wife and I were actually there in Sep 08. The beach area was fun and so big we didn't feel on top of people. Moorea was great. The atmosphere of mostly couples was perfect. Good music, good drinks, good service. I appreciate the cover. I don't mind paying to have a good time and it keeps the idiots out. I don't think my wife will be topless anywhere else.
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by manny fresh who visited the pool in August 2007
I loved the moorea pool, you got your money's worth for the drinks, and the view was beautiful! Yea a bit pricey for guys to get in but well worth it, and well you go to vegas expecting to blow money so no complaints here!
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by Batman who visited the pool in June 2007
You do pay extra for the option of getting away from kids screaming but it is well worth it. My wife and I got down to the Moorea beach around 11:00 am and there were about 20-30 people there of which 10-15 were women. We were seated by a very friendly hostess which made my wife feel so relaxed and comfortable she wasted no time in taking her top off. By noon there were about 100 people and of them about 30-40 were women. As we were soaking up the sun there were a few girls sitting next to us that said they felt self conscience about taking their tops off but in no time they were topless due to the comfortable atmosphere. Every guy looked at the topless women ( duh ) but were well behaved which made even the most shy women feel comfortable enough to bare their breasts. This is the ONLY beach to be at as far as my wife and I are concerned. If you don't go to the Mandalay Bay Moorea Beach you have missed out on the true meaning of Las Vegas.
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by I LOVE MOOREA! who visited the pool in May 2007
The reason there is a cover charge for MOOREA is so that the people who can AFFORD to get in, go. The beach is filled with children because its a family hotel...DUH. But for people who have been behind the walls of MOOREA...It was an amazing experience for 5 days straight all day long. Loud, Club music, strong drinks, goodlooking people..and actually for the comment below--out of 100 people about 3 or 5 people go topless..Stop complaining..YOU'RE IN VEGAS!!!
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by VegasGirl who visited the pool in January 2007
This is the most perfect Hotel in Las Vegas. The Reason I picked this one is because I love the beach and this is the closest pool that you can get that is just like the beach.
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Rating: 3 suns Rating: 3 suns Rating: 3 suns     Posted by AndrewinLA who visited the pool in August 2006
The beach pool is cool but the Morea pools is a rip off!!!! My and my girl want to go so she can be topless. we had to pay total of $60!

Got nothing for it! Still a bunch of dorks who payed their $50 to look at some boobs....

We will be back at Caesars where they dont charge you anything extra for it.
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by SurfSideMan who visited the pool in July 2006
You like the beach? You will like this pool. The waves are awsome. CukaBanna Man!
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by IloveVegas who visited the pool in April 2006
This is definitely the best pool in Vegas! You feel like you're in a tropical paradise. The only negative might be the music that they play. Hope you like Top 20 on XM radio. You get used to it though by the second day. The food at the beach grill is excellent and so are the drinks!!
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Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns Rating: 5 suns     Posted by an anonymous swimmer who visited the pool in August 2005
Definately a five star pool area. The wave pool was fun and great for the kids. Having real sand on the "beach" was a nice touch. Live bands on the stage above the pool was great too!
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Rating: 2 suns Rating: 2 suns     Posted by jd who visited the pool in July 2005
I've been at this pool numerous times, and, man, it's nice but crowded and hot -- unpleasantly so. People sit on top of one another, drink service isn't very good and there are kids everywhere. That's nice if you're traveling with your family, but not so great if you're trying to have a grown-up vacation.
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