The Mirage's nearly complete, $110-mil, Jetsons-retro revamp brings the hotel up-to-date, but at nightly rates that harken back to The Flintstones (2700 rooms from sub-$100 to just over $200). Ergonomic upgrades include uber-plush pillow-top beds, astronomical thread counts, and rainforest shower heads, while tech's covered with HD big-screens, iPod-compatible clock radios, pneumatic door silencing, and ultramodern mini-bars w/ weighted sensors to ensure proper billing. Actually, that sucks. Boo, Mirage.
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