Never again will I stay anywhere else when staying in Vegas. My wife and I treated our parents to a long weekend so we booked through Amex Centurion FHR Program. Booked two strip view rooms which included a daily breakfast credit of $53.00 per room, a guaranteed upgrade upon booking, a $100 spa credit per room, plus an additional $200 spa credit or food and beverage credit per room. Early check in and late check out, butler service for unpacking (didn't use but nice offer...), and use of the S550 house car.
So...I won't bother to repeat the obvious which prior posts have accurately covered. Yup it's an oasis, yup it's awesome not to have to walk thru casino, yup it's exclusive and it's elevators are confusing at first but make perfect sense once you get the hang of it. Great rooms and better suites. It's all good at the MO Las Vegas.
Now for the nitty gritty picky stuff and tips to others...There is no common area for guests to lounge in except, well the tea lounge. It's gorgeous but if you just want to hang out without having to drink, or feel like you are expected to drink there are no options inside the hotel. That was a disappointment. The rooms...lots of technology which literally lights up the room at night. From light switches on the walls to alarm clocks that are illuminated tablet computers everything leaves a glow when you turn off your lights. I wound up using the ironing board to cover the row of switches opposite the bed. The walls are thin and the pillows were way too soft for me. The bathroom faucets were Delta brand which may sound stupid but seemed out of place in such a nice bathroom. They just felt cheap to the touch.
The food at Mozen Bistro was fair. We only had breakfast so I cannot comment on lunch or dinner. The nice thing though is that with the FHR food credit, you aren't limited to a continental bkfst like many other hotels. Gluten free menu, European Menu, Asian menu and an American menu. Lots of choices which was great but given the prices I expected better quality. Corned beef hash was lousy. Chunks of beef with cubed potatoes which were undercooked. Won ton soup for breakfast sawas fun but disposable chop sticks at a MO is a no no. Again, like the faucets in the loo, it wcheapens the experience. A $24.00 bowl of soup was served with cheap wooden chop sticks...Could barely support all of the goodies in the soup.
The spa is worth it and even if you aren't a high rolling centurion member, splurge on the $60 spa day pass which gives you all day access to one of the best spas I have ever visited. I had the Asian foot detoxify massage and it was awesome. Seeing Sofia Vergara waiting in the reception area didn't suck either. My god she is gorgeous and TINY in real life(meaning not on tv). On the other hand Steven Sagal is bigger and more of a has been than ever before. He was also staying there...It was fight weekend at the MGM (pachio vs marquez) so celebs everywhere...Back to the spa...Just do it.
Stand out service. Lily at check in, JB in the spa, Walter the chauffeur. Kudos to a job well done. Till next time.
The Mercedes S550 is parked outside the valet to the right. It's just around a corner. If you se...
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