Four Seasons Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Four Seasons Las Vegas

3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South,
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States


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Setting: City,
Virtuoso

Ambiance:
Contemporary

Activities & Dining:
Gambling, Shopping, Golfing, Spa, Gym, Fine Dining, Swimming

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Four Seasons Las Vegas


If you want to be in Las Vegas but still want the intimacy and service of a five-star resort, then this is the hotel for you.  Four Seasons Las Vegas is located on the top five floors of the Mandalay Bay hotel so you are insulated from it all, but with fantastic views. (Be sure to book a “Strip” view). You can still access the Casino at the Mandalay Bay hotel using a special keyed elevator. 

The Four Seasons Las Vegas has its own lobby, bars, health club, restaurant and pool area, and most of these amenities are accessible only to guests. Entry-level are perhaps the least expensive of any Four Seasons hotel. 

Arrivals enter by way of a discreet Porte cohere on the south side of Mandalay Bay, where doormen work in tandem greeting guests and helping with luggage. The extravagant flower arrangement under the chandelier in the foyer has become a luxury-hotel cliché, but in Las Vegas, where most of the flora is plastic, it's a welcome touch. The lobby lounge flanking reception and the concierge desk is free of casino mayhem and always ready with an armchair or sofa for guests to fall into.
All meals and afternoon tea are served at the Verandah Cafe, a palm and light filled setting that breaks out onto a terrace facing the small, beautifully landscaped pool. The setting is about as relaxing as it gets in Vegas. Just off the main lobby is the dinner-only Charlie Palmer Steak restaurant, full of overstuffed club chairs in a color-soaked atmosphere conjuring up a Spanish hacienda. It consistently ranks among the top steakhouses in Vegas.

Music is piped into the pool area, where a waterfall, cabanas and poolside massages set a leisurely tone. Guests at Four Seasons Las Vegas have free use of the superb pool-view fitness room, where each aerobics machine comes with its own TV. The small, full-service spa provides massages and a limited roster of health and beauty treatments. Guests also have free use of all facilities at Mandalay Bay; including the wave pool (the privilege is not reciprocal).

Guests are escorted to the accommodations at Four Seasons Las Vegas, all of which have been recently updated with new plasma-screen TVs and elegant soft goods. Three private, direct-access elevators lead to the units. Classic contemporary decor and muted color schemes is a Four Seasons trademark.  Amenities include dual-line phones, data ports, stocked refrigerators, coffeemakers, safes, irons, robes, and down pillows and duvets. The large marble baths are equipped with stall showers and soaking tubs. Rooms are supplied with DVD and CD players upon request. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide quite a panorama, and their views determine the difference between rooms graded moderate and superior. Deluxe rooms at Four Seasons Las Vegas are larger and as mentioned above the “Strip” views are well worth the extra few dollars. 

Security is paramount at Four Seasons Las Vegas, with checkpoints at the hotel driveway, in the lobby, and at the entrance to the elevators, which keeps the tourists at bay and the premises calm and fairly empty. Unlike the mega-hotels here, Four Seasons Las Vegas place proves that less is more.


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