It’s been a few years but the Four Seasons oasis in the Nevada heat is always a fun visit. Some new things for sure so here are my Pros and Cons.
I love the room remodel. The vibe is modern which is not the usual 4S style but it’s still very 4S in that it’s done mostly with basic neutrals of browns, creams and blacks but then modernized with lots of patterns and textures. The carpet is patterned and soft underfoot....and my feet are always beat up in high heels in Vegas! It’s a warm modern, not a cold modern if that makes sense. Strip view is great. Floor to ceiling windows are fun.
The new bar and food “station” in the middle of the lobby is a nice addition. I get where a previous reviewer said it reminded them of an airport. A little harsh IMO as it’s still a nice space and looks very inviting. Espresso was good. I thought it was a good use of space.
Definitely great to have a non gaming resort and I cannot say enough about walking into a hotel and taking a deep breath and breathing smoke free air. It’s like the air is scrubbed with soapy minty bubbles.
Housekeeping did a great job for both the main service and turn down. Bang up job, good refreshes on toiletries.
Verandah for dinner was terrific! It’s the best place you guys aren’t eating at because it doesn’t have a fancy chef’s name attached to it. Service was outstanding and the pasta in the Jar with the pear ricotta salad is to die for. Verandah for breakfast was delicious. The buffet is plentiful. I’m not a buffet type person but this had great selections. Loved the ahem…donut station.
Now for the Cons: Seriously, what is the deal with the bottled water in Vegas right now? We ended up coming back for a conference a couple of months later and put up at the Aria and they did the same thing. They used to offer you water when you were waiting for a car, taxi, anywhere in the lobby, check in, turn down…I mean it is a noticeable stoppage. Is dehydration vogue now?
And I’m not beyond paying the overpriced 8 or 10 bucks for a big bottle of Fiji water now and then but most healthful people are used to drinking a lot in their regular lives. I expect to leave my money in the casinos….I don’t expect to drop another 200 bucks in freaking water. Its 100+ degrees in the desert…I’m just baffled at why I’m being dehydrated. And don’t worry, I’m going to leave this same complaint at the other hotel. The new resort fee has to include some purified by reverse osmosis water! My advice to everyone is stop off at a discount store on the way in and BYOW. Any sundry store in the casinos are still triple charging you for it.
The house car was previously around (with Lazlo) a lot and pushed a lot. It was never offered to us nor talked about at all. We asked on a couple of occasions and it was never available. Bad week? Only for real VIIIIIPs? I have no idea. Noticeable change.
Overall a very nice stay. On our last trip we were able to view some Caesar’s Palace suites which were huge and decked out nicely but no way that size of resort could offer the type of service that the FS offers. That being said there are times this service level feels a bit uneven at this particular resort. I can’t put my finger on it but it could be because this hotel has particularly long and wide corridors and so you see less staff around and the ones that are there, dressed up in suits, tend to gather and talk amongst themselves. This is still a top notch hotel though!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Known as a respite from the bustling Las Vegas Strip, the Forbes Five Star Spa is located inside the non-gaming, non-smoking Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas on the Hotel's lobby level with complimentary valet parking just steps away. Designed to offer a tranquil, fully customizable spa experience, this intimate space features 12 treatment rooms, including two oversized couples' suites and an expanded co-ed Zen Lounge. Guests can indulge in an array of personalized treatments and services, featuring the industry's leading eco-friendly product lines such as Naturopathica, Phytomer, Pure Fiji and Ajne. The Spa's design was inspired by the natural beauty of the desert. Throughout the space, warm colors, natural materials and artwork inspired by nature exude a soothing feel. A reception area features a striking reception desk highlighted by an oversized art piece made of walnut hardwood. In the sleek Zen Lounge, sheer curtains create a serene feel, while treatment rooms in metallic hues are finished with materials such as bronze, granite and cork. Other areas feature eucalyptus cabinetry and maple tables. Warm, private spaces allow guests to relax before and after a treatment and make The Spa ideal for enjoying alone, with a significant other or with a group for bridal parties or girlfriend getaways. Gentlemen's facials and body treatments are also available. An expanded retail selection allows guests to continue their Spa journey at home. It features products used in all services, gifts and Four Seasons logo items as well as seasonal, fashion-forward athletic wear. The Spa includes a separate Nail Bar and a recently enhanced Fitness Center, which features state-of-the-art equipment by Matrix Fitness. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 4 Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
- Four Seasons Las Vegas
- Las Vegas Four Seasons