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Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
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Reviewed 13 November 2012

We stayed 5 night end Sep/beg Oct 2012 for a 50th Birthday celebration to finish off a 3.5 week tour of the SW USA. I can't really add anything new to the comments already made re the hotel location, furnishings, service etc. All superb! The pool area was the highlight for me, so relaxing with great service. The food served on the little trays was such good quality and meant you could just relax and not move a muscle. I did mention my "big" birthday to the staff when chatting at check in, but nothing special was arranged, but I didn't expect anything, so no complaints. The spa was a pleasure and so professional. I don't know if we'd do breakfast again at the Verandah. We tried that once on a Sunday morning and it was just too busy, too little choice and too expensive to be memorable. The following day we had brunch by the pool - a much better experience.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Fussyminx
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Reviewed 11 November 2012

The Four Seasons is a `hotel within a hotel' at the Mandalay Bay. The service was great if sometimes quirky (the front desk employees don't just hand you your keys when you arrive; they walk around the desk to give them to you.) It truly is a haven of peace and quiet in Vegas. The rooms were everything that you could want. Unusually for Vegas, they actually have coffee in your room.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 11 November 2012

This is a quiet oasis in the midst of Las Vegas chaos. If you're after the hustle and bustle of the Balagio or Ceasers or the Wynn, this is NOT the hotel to stay at. But, if like my husband and I, you're looking for a comfortable, quiet, beautiful place to rest and recoup after a day in the mayhem that is Las Vegas, then this is the hotel to book.

This is a very nice, impeccably clean hotel with beautiful marble and wood furnishings throughout all the common areas. We were upgraded to a two bedroom 1200 sq ft suite with partial views of the strip. The room had 1.5 baths, a massive bedroom, a living room area and an alcove with a desk. The bathrooms were gorgeous with a great tub and shower and beautiful marble finishing. The bedroom was also large with ample closet space and big floor to ceiling windows looking out onto the airport which was a treat. The living room was huge although a bit rough around the edges with its share of ware and tare. The decor was a bit outdated and the configuration of the room was a bit clumsy. Also, there was a plant that just looked a bit chintzy. For the price we paid it was a beautiful suite...I would be very disappointed if I had paid full price.

We had breakfast at their restaurant and it was quite good. We sat outside by the pool. We did both the a la carte menu and the buffet and both were substantial and tasty. The service was good as well. We also had room service one night for desert and on another night the served us with a desert in celebration of our anniversary. Although incredibly thoughtful, neither deserts were particularly tasty.

The pool is nice, but nothing amazing. The pool at The Wynn and the Belagio look much more grandiose and luxurious. I believe as a guest you also have access to Mandalay Bay's pool. The spa on the other hand is amazing!

The Four Seasons is attached to Mandalay Bay, so you are only steps away from a casino if that's your thing. Because the casino is not the Four Season's however, you don't get the casino craziness in your face. From Mandalay Bay you can easily get to the Belagio via two trams and from there you can pretty much explore anywhere else on the strip.

The concierge is incredible. It was in dealing with the concierge that we remembered we were at the Four Seasons. We dealt with the same woman throughout our stay and she helped arrange last minute dinners at some hot spots and was also the one who arranged for the special anniversary desert.

There is also a house car that you can use if it's available...IF being the operative word. The house car wasn't available once during our whole stay although we lucked out and were able to use it to get to the airport. It's a beautiful Mercedes...a very comfortable ride.

The Four Seasons Las Vegas is a great hotel and a peaceful retreat in an otherwise crazy town. If you're looking for big rooms, peace and quiet and comfort, this is the place to stay.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 11 November 2012

this is one fantastic place. Not one bad apple in the bunch. I do not even need to name a person, as this is the best staff EVER. They all worked together and the housekeepers bent over ackwards to make sure we had all we needed. The night girl, i believe her name was heather was extra awesome and guided us on where to go and what to see. We like to see locations, like a local.
the beds were so soft and comfortable, I didn't even want to get out of bed.

Room Tip: can not go wrong here.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank marywaller1234
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Reviewed 10 November 2012

I stayed at the Four Seasons in October 2012. Usually we stay in a suite at the Wynn when we’re in Vegas, but for this trip, the wedding party was at Mandalay so we decided to try out the Four Seasons. Overall I still prefer a suite at the Wynn, but the Four Seasons was very nice. Here are some factual observations:

1. The Four Seasons is the top floors of Mandalay Bay. The Four Seasons has its own dedicated entrance, pool, restaurant, and spa. While there is no casino or real bar, there is a door that goes from the elevators into the casino at Mandalay.

2. Overall, the Four Seasons is very low-key and it is just like any normal “non-Vegas” hotel. There’s not 500 people waiting to checkin/checkout and it is much easier to get a taxi from the Four Seasons than Mandalay. Also, you can get to your room relatively quickly because you don’t have to walk across the casino to get to the elevators.

3. The rooms were very nice. Apparently, they are in the process of redoing all of the rooms, but I thought the old rooms were still in pretty good shape.

4. There is a “resort fee” of about $25. This gets you access to the Internet. These resort fees drive me crazy. Just add $25 to the nightly cost so that I can see the total cost up front, rather than having to read the fine print.

5. The gym was good for a hotel. There were a decent number of aerobic and weight machines.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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