The New Resort King at Mandalay Bay
The VegasTripping Review 2015
Stepping inside the bathroom, to the left is a two basin countertop.
The sink features ginormous internally lit mirror, ample toiletries, towel storage and a non-lit vanity mirror.
These property branded, generic "Profit Growth Plan" toiletries. Conditioner, shampoo & lotion. I brought these home for my lovely wife MissMonkay to test. She touted the conditioner as some of the best she's ever used... claiming that it rid her hair of tangles normally evident when combing her hair post-cleanse.
Two other bars of soap came with, this a citrus hand soap and an oatmeal shower bar. The hand soap is wrapped in plastic wrap that is nearly impossible to pierce or pry off. You'd think peeling the label would unstick it, but alas no... the label would not come off. Eventually I got frustrated, grabbed the pen from the night stand, mustered my internal Ahab and harpooned it free. I brought the soap home and it lasted for about a month. Great value. Definitely not Delano's Malin & Goetz.
Opposite of the sinks is a the standard issue MGM Mirage tub that filled with piping hot water at record speed. Ample towels, washcloths and a bath mat was at the ready by the tub. Gotta love the microscopic fluid tension water blob artwork in the matte aluminum style frame.
The hardware appears to be new. This is another of the generic Profit Growth Plan, property branded soaps - a "Body Massage Bar" that is ribbed on one side (obviously, for your pleasure) and containing bits of oatmeal as an exfoliant.
The oatmeal was perfectly cooked, but unfortunately tasted like soap.
To the right of the tub is a glass enclosed shower stall. There was a big pile of goop (lint/soap/hair) left at the base of the drain (peep 10 o'clock in the photo above.)
Another "Body Massage Bar."
At one point, in the middle of the night, the gurgling from the bathroom woke me up from the early stages of sleep. I headed over to the bathroom to inspect it and sure enough... the sink was gargling water like a Sleestak that had its throat cut. The plumbing in the walls rattled with regularity as well.