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With its volcano, aquarium, and gold-tinted windows, the Mirage defined the "new Las Vegas" when it opened on the Strip in 1989. It's no longer the most innovative hotel in town, but the 3,044-room property continues to reinvent itself. Although some of the guest rooms remain untouched (read: dated), lively restaurants like New American steakhouse Stack and the Adam Tihany–designed Cravings buffet have reinvigorated the place. The massive, soul-shaking Jet nightclub attracts world-renowned DJs such as Paul Oakenfold and Pete Tong, and folks who leave the Beatles-scored Cirque du Soleil show Love spill out into the casino ready to gamble the night away. The Mirage casino is one of few where vacationing couples from Kansas can feel at home shooting craps next to local strippers—it's simply that comfortable. More good, clean fun can be found at America's Got Talent winner Terry Fator's show. Even locals accompany their visiting friends and family to crack up over his impersonations and ventriloquism with puppets (tickets start at about $60). The hotel's spa debuted a total overhaul in 2008, gaining square footage and a hip, updated design. E! channel celebrity stylist Kim Vo set up a salon here, so you might find yourself getting cut and colored next to one of his devotees, like Kate Hudson or Kim Cattrall.updated by David Tyda
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