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Vdara Hotel & Spa
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Reviewed October 30, 2010

We arrived around midnight and checked in very quickly...were upgraded to a suite. The suite was enormous!!!!! We had a coffee maker (Keurig)although housekeeping did not leave coffee to be able to make coffee daily. Also had to call housekeeping for utensils as only 4 coffee cups were in the cabinets. That was a bit aggravating. The bathroom was huge - separate vanity section-lighing in the mirror, very nice touch! The bed was the best I have ever slept in....wanted to take it home! The scent in the lobby as you walk in is so refreshing after sniffing up all the smoke from casinos.. and the walk to Bellagio was not at all long. The tram that connects to Aria and Monte Carlo was free and really convenient. We loved Vdara.

  • Stayed: October 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 30, 2010

We stayed two nights at the Vdara in late October. The hotel's biggest drawback for us was its location. Although only two blocks off the Strip, it seems further. Driving there requires following a confusing, circular drive that it shares with its sister properties nearby. Walking there from the Strip is difficult right now, depending on your desired direction, as there is major sidewalk construction that requires long detours. There is an indoor connection to the Bellagio, which is nice, but very long, which again accentuates the feeling of remoteness. I suppose this could also be viewed as a positive, as you completely get away from the noise and craziness of the Strip, and there is no loud, smoky casino to deal with.

The hotel has inexplicably removed coffee makers from the rooms - they are available by request. Despite having a kitchenette, no utensils were provided - you had to request them too. We requested neither, as our stay was quite short, but we wondered why they weren't available - we stayed at the Trump a few days earlier and every possible amenity was provided. Our room also had a serious hot water problem - you had to leave the shower on five minutes or more before getting in. We hated wasting water since it is so precious out here.

But the hotel has many, many positives, starting with the enthusiastic valet and desk staff that greeted us. We were accommodated on the 24th floor with killer views of the Strip and, in particular, the Bellagio Fountains next door. Everything was new and very clean. The elevators were ample and fast. We had breakfast at the hotel restaurant, the Silk Road. Although it was tasty, portions were small and fairly expensive for the amount received. The remote control drapes were a nice touch and did a good job of shutting out the glare from the Strip.

We would stay at the Vdara again, and would recommend it to others, depending on what type of Vegas experience they were looking for. Note that the Vdara, like many other Vegas hotels, charges a daily resort fee. Valet service for your rental car and high speed internet are included in the fee.

  • Stayed: October 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank IowaBoy1
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Reviewed October 28, 2010

My wife and I absolutely loved the Vdara - a really good hotel and refreshingly different to the casino resorts in Las Vegas.

The Vdara offers comfort and refinement and, as a non-casino hotel, came across as being solely focused on making sure it's guessed had an enjoyable stay rather than channelling them towards a casino. The concierge desk was very helpful and knowledgeable and the hotel's gym is good too.

The casinos in the Aria and the Bellagio are only 1 minute's walk from the Vdara so you are still able to easily access the usual Vegas activities but also have the benefit of being able to get away from the gambling scene when you want to at this peaceful hotel.

When in Vegas we can also recommend - the Lemon Tree Thai restaurant (in the Aria), the Atomic Testing Museum, the vintage car museum (in the Imperial), the Porsche Design shop (in Crystals) - lovely friendly staff, the Hard Rock Cafe on the strip (which displays Paul Stanley's Gibson Moderne!!!!) and Cabo Wabo (Sammy Hagar's bar on the strip).

  • Stayed: October 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 27, 2010

For some reason, I wasn't that impressed with this hotel. I think Aria, Mandarin, or the Cosmopolitan will be your better bet for a hotel in the city center.

Rooms - Deluxe Suite has plenty of room for 3 people (1 on a pull out couch). The bathroom was spacious, but the water pressure in the shower was weak. Aveda toiletries were provided. They offered an upgraded view for $30 a night which we declined. We were on the 11th floor. The $15 daily fee includes your valet parking and wifi. (No coffee makers in room by the way).

Valet - quick and efficient. No problems there.

Vdara bar - Small, quiet, and easy to get a drink.

Restaurant - They do have the "Silk Road" restaurant that I never saw anyone dine in. For breakfast, we walked to Jean Phillippe Patisserie in the Bellagio to grab some pastries and coffee. They open at 7am.

Pool - Great day beds for lounging by the pool. Good music as well. The one hot tub was very crowded so we did not get to use it. They do offer complimentary towels to use.

This is a non-gaming hotel so you will have to go elsewhere to gamble. However, it is smoke free and that's a plus!

  • Stayed: October 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank TravelerDallasTX
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Reviewed October 26, 2010

I booked a suite at the Vdara for my anniversary, and I really had no idea what to expect. My in-laws live in Vegas, and one even works for the Harrah's empire, but they did not know what to expect either. When we arrived, we were greeted warmly, and immediately noticed the great architecture and design cues of the lobby. This IS NOT your typical Vegas resort with thousands of slot machines and people on oxygen gambling their social security checks away. This is an all non smoking resort, and there is no casino in it which we loved. You are steps away from all that, with walkways connecting you to the Bellagio. The room was absolutely awesome, with TWO flat screen HDTV's, and a bathroom the size of my first apartment with a romantic soaker tub. There is also a kitchenette, but I recommend not bringing leftovers back as the fridge only fit the smallest of items (smaller than a dorm room fridge!) The view we had of the Bellagio fountains made the nighttime spectacular! We had a view of the entire strip. I would definitely stay here again, and recommend it to you too.....just bring good shoes, the strip is a good 8-10 minute walk one way, but that did not bother us a bit.

  • Stayed: September 2010, traveled as a couple
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