We had never been to Vegas before and one of the reasons we decided to book at the Four Seasons Hotel was the fact they are ONE OF THE FEW hotels that actually have a link outlining what levels (superior, deluxe and suites) of wheelchair accessible rooms they offer. We find that many times there really is no mention of what ADA rooms are available at resorts and for people travelling with disabilities, a picture tells a thousand words and takes some stress off when booking at a resort. We were not disappointed and LOVED this experience. Access in the room was very good for my husband though he did find the bed very high to transfer in/out of. Other than that, the room was spacious and the shower set up worked very well for him. We cannot say enough about the level of service at this hotel. From the valet to the front desk to service in the restaurant, all the staff were absolutely fabulous. There is no casino in this hotel so it is a haven from the craziness of the strip. It shares the property with the Mandalay Bay Resort so if you take the elevator up to the C level, you go through a door to the fast paced Mandalay Bay Resort and also can get access to their amazing Beach Club (which offer lifts into the pool for people with disabilities) if you are a guest at the Four Seasons. There is a pool at the Four Seasons as well which is very quiet and low key if that is your preference. The only "access" issue about the hotel itself, is there were no automatic door entry buttons so the door had to be pushed open to go in and out. It would be difficult for a person in a chair that was alone to get in and out of the hotel without assistance. Also, we noticed the same on the lobby level restrooms. That being said, this is going to be the hotel we stay at every time we visit Vegas. The service, quality of food in the restaurant, serene environment, good location to the strip and the stunning elegance of the resort itself was top notch.