Great stay for three nights. Check-in was slow, however I received apologies and a room credit for my patience - nice. Room was large (Deluxe) -- kitchenette with small refrigerator, an electronic honor bar, convection/microwave & two-burner stove allowed in room cooking (but you have to request cookware/utensils - not a problem).
Had unobstructed view of Lake Bellagio from the 29th floor and the nightly fountain show. 42" flat screen, comfy Serta bed & well appointed spa-like bathroom had a large soaking tub, glass shower (with a bench) and high end toiletries.
I had spa services as well -- pricey but great practitioners. Again, service was impeccable.
Room service was exceptional - food was tasty, hot, and promptly delivered. My only gripe was the resort fee (25/day). I had trouble accessing WiFi throughout my stay. At checkout, I informed the clerk who removed the charges - class act!
Yes, it's Vegas but the Vdara offers a high end respite from the smoky noisy madness on the Strip. Gaming options at the Bellagio, Aria and The Cosmopolitan are only a short walk away. Or you can just enjoy the quiet serenity at the Vdara - can't wait to book my next trip!More