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THEhotel at Mandalay Bay

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3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S
Las Vegas, NV
Constructed: 2002-10
Completed: 2004-01
Style: Postmodern
Cost: $230 M
Size (sq. ft.): 1200000
Other Size Measure: 1200 Suites. 43 Stories.
Owners: Mandalay Resort Group(Developer)
Contractors: M.J. Dean Construction, Inc.(General Contractor)
URL (bibliographic):
Description: Business Suites and spa.
Extra Note: "A Full House: Sin City stacks the deck in designers' favor." By Craig Kellogg. Interior Design v.76 n.3 (2005).

Harris, Bill. "Building Nevada :Featuring Nevada's Building Industry Leaders." 1st ed. Newport Beach, CA: Landmark Books, 2007: 9. UNLV Arch Bk Stks HD9715.25.U63 N34 2007.

Illia, Tony. "[Best Lobby]- The Architecture Issue". Citylife. August 19-25, 2004.

Kozloff, Howard. "Game On, Game Off: Las Vegas's nongaming options continue to shape the gambling capital's environment." Urban Land. September 2007: 119-122.

“Project Types: Hotels, THE Hotel at Mandalay Bay.” Klai Juba Architects. 2005. [Online]. Available: Accessed June 29, 2005.

Simpson, Jeff. "Evolution of the Las vegas Strip." Urban Land. September 2007: 105-107.

"The Hotel, Las Vegas." [Online]. Available:
wm/bu/?l=3&yr=2005&mt=2&dy=7&id=154706 Accessed Feburary 7, 2005.

“THE Hotel at Mandalay Bay.” Klai Juba Architects. 2005. [Online]. Available: Accessed June 29, 2005.

Yee, Roger. 2005. Hotel and Restaurant Design. New York: Visual Reference Publications, Inc. 90-91.

AIA Nevada Design Awards (2004) Entry No. B03064, Submission.
UNLV Architecture Studies Library holds: Form Core Boards, Project Identification Form, Project Entry Form, Site Plan, Floor Plan, Elevations, Typical Suite Plan, Exterior Photos, Interior Photos and CD
Spatially Direct Parent: Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
Spatially Largest Parent: Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
Spatially Direct Children: