I recently stayed at Trump, Four Seasons, and Vdara in a single visit to LV. This review is of the Four Seasons.
I had always dreamed at staying at a Four Seasons property, and was thrilled when it was the hotel from Hotwire at $167/night. I was taking my daughter to LV to celebrate her graduation from high school, and thought this would be one of the highlights of our trip. I was sorely wrong.
My first disappointment was with the bathtub. It was literally made for a child. After the luxurious jetted tub of Trump, this was a sad little tub. I sat in it all scrunched up, knees to chest, trying to stay in the water. Had this been a romantic trip, I would have been even more disappointed. The shower was not bigger than our shower at home, and would not have accommodated two people comfortably either.
Unlike Trump, which has a separate entrance for every two rooms, our room at the Four Seasons sat right on the hallway. I could hear the pitter patter of little feet running up and down the hallway at all hours. Now for most hotels, this is the norm, but you would think at the Four Seasons peace and quiet would be the goal.
I called the front desk to have our boarding passes printed, and was put through to the Concierge. I had to hold for several minutes, and once they answered, was told they were helping other guests and could I call back. They truly made me feel pitiful for needing their assistance with this minor thing. I told them the front desk had put me through to them as they were apparently the only ones who could print a boarding pass. They reluctantly said they would have them ready and hung up.
The worst event came at 10AM the next morning when housekeeping used their key to enter our room unannounced. Again, if this had been a romantic trip, who knows what they would have walked in on. As it was, my daughter and I were getting dressed and it was still extremely embarrassing. I assumed housekeeping would not come in until we had checked out, and I certainly thought they would have knocked, rather than just using their key to immediately walk into our room.
By this time, we were anxious to leave, even if we had to store our bags at our next hotel. When I told the front desk about housekeeping, they told me we could check out late as a conciliation. Way too little too late.
What I thought would be a showstopper on this celebratory trip, turned out to be one of the low points. What a total let down. Thankfully Vdara and Trump came through for us.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set on the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas offers newly renovated luxurious accommodations and unparalleled service with direct access to the adjacent Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino and the city's signature action and night life. Private PoolFour Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is home to a lushly landscaped private pool and during the warmer months offers signature amenities such as passed frozen fruit and chilled Evian Spritz. Guests also have access to Mandalay Beach, which includes a wave pool, lazy river and real sand. Stylish sophisticationLocated on floors 35-39 of the Mandalay Bay tower, Four Seasons' newly renovated guest rooms are stylish and sophisticated, reflecting the energy and glamour of Las Vegas. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer sweeping views of the glittering Las Vegas Strip and surrounding desert scenery. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 4 Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
- Four Seasons Las Vegas
- Las Vegas Four Seasons