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Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Ranked #1 of 263 Hotels in Las Vegas
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed June 7, 2010

Stayed at four seasons during memorial day weekend,we chose after reading reviews .Excellent in almost all respects.With little daughter almost two years old,the staff bend over backwards to see all our needs.All the other hotels we visited were like a circus[too many people,drinking.jostling]
The restaurant at' Verandah' was superb in every respect.It feels like such a homely feeling with world class cuisine.To compare with other venues,we went to Mirage' for there buffet which was pretty horrible and also their were drunks there creating ruckus and shouting profanities.For families with small kids four seasons is a no brainer.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 7, 2010

Having been bugged by friends and family about staying in the Bellagio or Wynn, then being told off for taking our 8 yr old daughter to Vegas ("You wont enjoy it with a child!", we were truly grateful for having gone against all odds and booked the Four Seasons.

We don't gamble - perhaps a flutter here and there, and we don't do pool party atmospheres, so this was perfect. The hotel is like a hidden building within the grounds of the Uber-Busy Mandalay, where the only time you realised you were in company with other guests was by the pool. Granted, the pool area is smaller than most, but it was well maintained with the most efficient staff and service. It was only busy over Memorial weekend (which we hadn't accounted for when booking, but it made for great young-people watching of a night-time), and guests soon filtered off as the temperatures soared.

Our daughter is used to upmarket quieter hotels, and did not find anything at fault here either. In fact, the staff were lovely to her and she loved the pool with the constant free smoothies/frozen grapes/iced towels/iced water/floats/lollies etc...

This was our first time in Vegas and my partner (who was very concerned about my choice of hotel) agreed that the Four Seasons was perfect. Our strip view room was spacious (slightly dated but we got an I Pod docking alarm clock which is more than you get in some brand new hotels around the world) and with a great mini-bar. Bed was soooo soft and we slept like babies. Room service was prompt and very generous - American sized portions are always welcomed!

As for the location: Get a taxi. They know when to jump on and off the strip, and yeah, you'll get stuck in traffic, but we got some great video footage and its much nicer to arrive in an airconditioned taxi for your dinner reservations than hot and sweaty after enduring the heat and crowds.

Reccommended restaurants: Picasso's in Bellagio (haute cuisine and very accommodating, right on fountains), MOzen in Mandarin Oriental (Yum! Think all things Asian), Mon Gabi in Paris (just for the outside dining, food not excellent), "Top of the World" at Stratosphere (again, do it for the views and for the sights of people jumping off the floor above you! Been around for ages and blatantly needs updating), Tao's in The Venetian (nice food, clubby atmosphere) and Olives at the Bellagio (great fountain views, simple but tasty menu).

Mandalay Bay was busy, and we feel that if you like the Four Seasons, then the pool area over there may feel like a mob scene. The shopping here is nowhere near as plentiful or high-end as other hotels.

We visited the Mandarin Oriental twice for lunch - great food, exceptional service and another little hidden oasis, and in the City Centre which makes for a great location!

Thank you Four Seasons for making our little break so wonderful and relaxing.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 6, 2010

This hotel is a lovely retreat from the articificial hell that is vegas. The pool is peaceful and quiet compared to the other vegas hotels. I especially enjoy breakfast outside at the Veranda restaurant. If you don't like vegas, this is the place to stay. I was spoiled as they upgraded us to a suite. The service is perfect. Much nicer than the snooty service at the Mandarin Oriental. Don't miss a drink at the Mix bar in The Hotel.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 5, 2010

We went to Las Vegas to get married. We had booked to stay in the Four Seasons for 3 nights and then to the Venetian for 4 nights (so the Venetian was a sort of honeymoon). On the 1st night at the Four Seasons we had a heart of rose petals on our bed, on the second night we had strawberries dipped in chocolate which were decorated to look like a bride and groom. On the 3rd night we had champagne and a cake (this was courtesy of our friends though). We really didnt want to leave. The pool was wonderful - it is true, you do get iced water, sunglasses cleaned, frozen melon balls and a spritz of water - all complimentary. We had access to the Mandalay Bay too - the lazy river was great. The "beach" was just hundreds of sunloungers on sand. The staff were very pleasant and certainly made everyone feel as if they belonged. There was no complimentary car - this was charged per hour. The Ace buses cost $7 for 24 hours unlimited travel which took you not only to the Strip but also to the outlets (both ends of the Strip) and to Freemont Street. To step back into the Four Seasons after the bustle of the other hotels was pure tranquility. My husband went to the fitness suite which included drinks, hair wax and shaving kits. He could have spent the day there!!!

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 2, 2010

Four Seasons has game. Every time I travel, the service and accomodations are wonderful and remain without a flaw at this hotel. Five Stars.

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1  Thank Bsampson15
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Reviewed June 1, 2010

Just got back from a long weekend with my wife. The Four Seasons really is a superior hotel to most any hotel anywhere. Door people always greet you with a smile (or a bottle of a water when you return from a run), front desk staff never make you wait, spa/gym staff are TOP notch, rooms are always cleaned (and beds turned down) without you seeing maids everywhere, food is good, pool is beautiful, and all told I would return here for sure. The only small knock was the pool was overcrowded for Memorial Day weekend and thus it was hard to get a sunny seat as the pool area is not huge. Having said that, there are tons of pool staff who do their best of the situation with attentive service. Oh ya, and the location isn't great as it's a hike to the other end of the strip but lots to see along the walk! However, lots to do right there at Mandlay Bay or at the hotel next door; Luxor. Oh ya, I almost forgot the hidden door from Mandalay Bay. Once you find that door it is the most awesome moment when you go from the incredibly busy Mandalay Bay casino to the calm and quiet of the Four Seasons elevator lobby. AWESOME!

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 29, 2010

I would echo the reviews below....this hotel stands out in terms of quality of service and attention to detail. A few other points:

- The pool area is lovely, with all the fancy stuff like free water jugs etc etc, but if you really want to have a good time by the pool, go next door to the partner hotel Mandalay Bay (several pools, wave pool with sandy beach)

- Make sure you are happy with the end-of-Strip location before you book...we walked back every evening to the hotel but its a pain and in hindsight, the cost and luxury of the Four Seasons is not offset by the annoyance of the location....we also stayed at The Mirage during the same vacation and in my opinion, is far a better option overall.

- They do take notice of things like birthdays and anniversaries, make sure you drop a hint and you will get a nice surprise in your room on your return in the evening.

- No free internet.

- Overall: great if your conference is here. If you are a tourist looking to spend a few days taking in Las Vegas, go elsewhere closer to the centre of the Strip.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank rendesvouz99
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Address: 3960 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119-1046
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Location: United States > Nevada > Las Vegas
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#1 Luxury Hotel in Las Vegas
#1 Spa Hotel in Las Vegas
#3 Family Hotel in Las Vegas
#3 Business Hotel in Las Vegas
#4 Romantic Hotel in Las Vegas
Price Range: $235 - $1,004 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:5 star — Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas 5*
Number of rooms: 424
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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