Guests at the swanky hotel can chill out, get their tan on, and even practice yoga alongside the dolphins, who are similar to humans in many ways, and even have denser brains than ours.
But most of their intelligence goes to waste in the Mirage's "Secret Garden," where the dolphins have barely anything to stimulate them at all.
Well, unless you count people snapping pictures for Instagram.
Unlike the humans, who'll head up to their air-conditioned rooms later, the dolphins never get a break from the sweltering heat, which can reach temperatures of well over 100 degrees on any given day.
In the wild, dolphins are able to escape the sun's glaring light and dangerous UV rays by taking refuge beneath a rock overhang or near plant life. But, at the Mirage, it's an all-day grind as they're made to perform tricks for one audience after another, again and again... for the rest of their lives.
One desperately bored dolphin ignores the "toys" that are thrown into the water, preferring instead to bite a gate separating the two pools.