We spent 6 nights here on Virgin Holidays deal - the deal on offer made it possible for us to afford staying discrete hotel 5 star eatablishment. We are now throughly spoilt when it comes to staying any where else. The Four Seasons manages to have an understated class about it which is no mean feat in a city as brash as Las V.
The staff are attentive but not snobby.
We got off the plane after a 10 hour journey - drove around the block to the hotel and were greeted as with respect and courtsey. Check in took 5 minutes.
It was everything we expected and made our trip to Vegas really special. I cannot imagine going to Las Vegas and not staying at the Four Seasons. We had a north facing room on 38th floor - side ways view of strip and overlooking the airport and the mountains. Sound proofing excellent so watching planes come and go was exciting.
Bed really comfortable.
Pool area lovely.
Food in the resturants the best in Las Vegas but pricey. But eating out in Las Vegas isn't cheap and not great value. Actually, Las Vegas is up it's self in this respect with lots of swank resturants which are very average by European [French] standards.
Days out to Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam are great.
And the shows are world class.More