The Mirage takes entertainment seriously, but for guests it’s nothing but fun. Start feeling good at LOVE, a tribute to the Beatles by Cirque Du Soleil. The acrobatics, dancing and aerial performance of Cirque Du Soleil blends with modern interpretations of the Beatles’ music by Sir George Harrison, and the result is sure to raise your level of consciousness. Another iconic group that is at home in the Mirage is the Grammy Award winning vocalists Boyz II Men. For something equally musical, but with a healthy dose of humor, “America’s Got Talent” winner Terry Fator delivers hilarity to delighted audiences nightly.
The Mirage is the birthplace of modern Vegas. Legendary developer Steve Wynn opened the hotel in 1989. It was built at a cost of $630 million, at the time making it the most expensive hotel-casino in history. The Mirage set the pace that revitalized Las Vegas’ status as the entertainment capital of the world, and the resort continues to bring innovation to the Strip.
Everything about the Mirage is impressive, beginning outside with the hotel’s iconic volcano, which erupts nightly, spouting frightening and sensational explosions and balls of fire. Inside the hotel entrance is Mirage atrium, a 100-foot dome where rainforest plants flourish amidst waterfalls and lagoons. Behind the hotel’s front desk is a 20,000-gallon saltwater aquarium, carefully designed by top aquarium experts to create an unforgettable undersea environment. Hidden inside the resort is Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. Guests in the secret garden can see exotic big cats and bottlenose dolphins up close and personal.