The Mandalay Bay Beach is one of the Mandalay Bay Hotel’s main attractions — more than just a massive pool, it’s a totally unique tropical beach experience, complete with sandy beaches, a lazy river and jogging track, and four different pools. There’s even a stage where concerts are held throughout the summer.

Plus, you’ll have access to Mandalay Bay’s famous amenities, including world-class restaurants and nightlife options. If you’re looking to get the most out of your visit to the Mandalay Bay Beach, this handy guide will have you covered.

Enjoy Your Luxurious Stay

Mandalay Bay is run by MGM Resorts, a name brand in luxury hotels, which means you’re guaranteed to have a world-class experience. Beyond the awesome amenities, rooms at the Mandalay Bay boast plenty of space and elegant natural wood and stone décor. For more information about Mandalay Bay, visit the hotel’s official site.

Concerts on the Beach at The Mandalay Bay

It’s not just about the sand and the water, though. The Mandalay Bay Beach is also one of the city’s best outdoor music venues. You can catch some of your favorite acts live while you relax in a laid back tropical setting — sounds pretty ideal, right? Upcoming artists include Flogging Molly and Sublime, and for a full schedule of concerts you can check out Mandalay Bay’s Concerts on the Beach page.

Dine Out with Endless OptionsSitting Poolside at The Mandalay Bay Beach

Las Vegas is one of the nation’s top food cities, and you’ll always be near something delicious, whatever you’re in the mood for. The best part about visiting the Mandalay Bay Beach is you’ll literally be within walking distance of some of the best dining options in the city. For a full list of the hotel’s food offerings, check out the Mandalay Bay’s Dining page. If you’re looking for a more curated list, here are the joints we recommend:

  • Aureole. Located at 3950 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Aureole offers a premier dining experience, tailored to pair well with their massive wine list — make sure you check out their four-story climate-controlled wine tower. Their Free Range Chicken Breast is a reliable classic, though if you’re feeling fancy you won’t want to miss the Mishima Wagyu Rib Cap. And the best part? Their award-winning fare is served up by James Beard Award Winning Chef Charlie Palmer.
  • Border Grill. Located in the Mandalay Bay, just off the beach’s Lazy River, Border Grill is a vibrant Mexican restaurant serving up contemporary twists on the classic fare you know and love. You really can’t go wrong, though the Carnitas Tacos and Border Baja Ceviche are some of the best you’ll ever taste. Plus, you’ll be treated to fantastic views of the beach and pool while you dine.
  • Kumi. Located just northeast of the beach, Kumi Restaurant + Lounge takes Japanese cuisine into the twenty-first century with sustainably sourced ingredients. For food, try the Chilean Sea Bass or the Wagyu Ribeye. And for drinks, take a look at their incredible wine list and jaw-dropping selection of Japanese whiskeys and top-notch sakes. With an upscale, modern vibe — think natural woods and hammered steel — the space itself is almost as phenomenal as the flavors.

Explore the Nightlife After Hours

If you’re looking to keep the party going, you’re in luck. There are plenty of great nightlife options at the Mandalay Bay hotel and in the surrounding area, including:

  • 1923 Prohibition Bar. This hidden bourbon bar inside the hotel boasts a swanky, speakeasy vibe and some of the best spirits and specialty cocktails you’ll ever taste.
  • Foundation Room Las Vegas. For a slightly more active scene, check out Foundation Room, located inside the Mandalay Bay Hotel. This cocktail lounge offers dancing to music from the city’s best DJs, as well as panoramic views of the strip.
  • Eyecandy. Located in the heart of Mandalay Bay’s casino floor, Eyecandy is a hyper-modern lounge with live DJs, interactive tables, and a truly unique dance floor.

Parking at the Mandalay Bay

Mandalay Bay offers a few parking services for guests and non-guests alike, including valet parking and self-parking. Depending on how long you stay, you’ll have to pay anywhere between $12 and $30. For a complete breakdown of parking options at Mandalay Bay, visit Parking at MGM Resorts.

There are also a wide variety of public parking options in the immediate area that are highly convenient and can even save you a few bucks. Since Las Vegas is a happening city, however, these spots can fill up fast — make sure to reserve a parking spot ahead of time with ParkMobile.


Still have questions? Have no fear. We’ve brought together answers to some frequently asked questions about visiting Mandalay Bay Beach below.

What time of Year Does the Mandalay Bay Beach Open?

Mandalay Bay Beach is open year round, though some pools have shorter hours during the winter season, which runs from October through March. During the summer season, from March to October, all pools and facilities are open between 9 AM and 6 PM.

What is the Age Restriction?

Fortunately, there’s no age restriction in place for Mandalay Bay Beach. No one under the age of 21 is allowed in the Mandalay Bay’s gaming area, but visitors of all ages are permitted in the 11-acre tropical beach and Shark Reef.

Is Mandalay Bay Beach Free For Guests?

Mandalay Bay Beach is free for all hotel guests. For non-guests, admission is $18 for adults, $12 for children 12 and younger, and free for children 4 and under.