I stayed in the Tower Suites, about as close as you will get to a true 5-star in Vegas (Four Seasons I don't count because it is basically the Mandalay Bay). The hotel has a very fake feel to it, something the Ritz, the Four Seasons, or the Mandarin Oriental are of much higher quality when it comes to decorations. The room service was definitely not the best I had, and over a few days taste bland. The restaurants were OK, with Red 8 being good, but seemed very much like an expensive P.F. Changs. The SW Steakhouse was meh, and a better meal can be found at Cut across the bridge at the Palazzo. The quality of the room was good, but I found the bath tub to be unimpressive (most 5-star hotels I have stayed in have multiple sources of water, including a sprayer of some sort). The TV in the bathroom, is a useless gimmick because it does not swivel so it is easier to see when in the shower. The floor to ceiling windows are definitely a nice touch, however the button shades seem to be more of a wow factor, as it would be very easy to do yourself. The lack of balconies in any level of room also lowers the value. This hotel is also very unfriendly to those under 21, while a 5-star hotel will be more neutral to any age, Steve almost discouraged everyone underage from entering the hotel. The stores were also over the top expensive, compared to buying them in another place or just across the street at the reputable Neiman Marcus. The Ferrari Dealership was also a Gimmick and with their pricing, if I was in the market for a Ferrari I would not be willing to pay the markup. The rest of the hotel was very casino oriented, and the various fountains and outdoor sights were less than amazing and with the cast of Encore in the background it seriously took away from their beauty.
Also be careful of pricing of certain items you take for granted. For example, a OpusX cigar, at it's rarest value would sell for anywhere between $12-$30, the Wynn asked for an astonishing $78. You will not find a soda in this place for less than $5.
Le Reve was a knock off of Cirque De Soleil, where it seemed like there was more spending on the stage than the actual performance.
The Spa was very good, although the more than public waiting area gave a feeling of awkwardness when just wearing a robe. the pricing on the massages were however reasonable.
Also, don't expect a house car like a Four Seasons or a Mandarin Oriental, as the Rolls Royces are only for high-rollers, with no alternative. During my stays at various Mandarin Orientals, the house cars were always accessible if scheduled in advance.
The golf course, seemed nice although I did not get to play on it.
If I were to do it again, I would stay at the New Mandarin (opening the end of this year), or at the Palazzo next store.
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