CityCenter: The Definitive Guide

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Interactive: Todd Soligo; design: Danny DeBelius; CityCenter photo: MGM Mirage

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Christopher DeVargas / Las Vegas Sun

Pepper greets visitors to the Mandarin Oriental's 23rd floor Sky Lobby. The 4-foot tall humanoid robot serves as both an attraction and a wealth of information as guests click on her interactive screen.

Dash of Pepper spices up Mandarin Oriental’s lobby

Nov 17, 2017 (2 a.m.)

Mandarin Oriental, that rare resort on the Las Vegas Strip that doesn’t feature a casino, a nightclub or a show, has found a creative new way to entertain guests. Pepper, a sleek 4-foot tall humanoid robot with overly wide eyes and a tablet at the ready, greets visitors to the resort’s 23rd floor Sky Lobby. She serves as both ...

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By the Numbers

  • Ground breaking: April 3, 2006
  • Grand opening: Dec. 16, 2009
  • Final cost: $8.5 billion
  • Land: Set on 67 acres between the Monte Carlo and Bellagio
  • Campus size: 18 million square feet

What others are saying

Ted Robbins“‘If you build it, they will come,’ is a famous line from the movie ‘Field of Dreams.’ In CityCenter’s case, that’s not guaranteed. And this is no cornfield in Iowa.” — Ted Robbins, NPR

Dan Simons“Its soaring glass towers and world-class sculptures are eye-popping centerpieces. But for Maria Gaines (a new CityCenter employee), it represents a life preserver, a job that saved her from drowning in debt.” — Dan Simons, CNN

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