- Detailed Review
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Las Vegas needs little introduction, but if you don’t want to be fully immersed 24/7 into the craziness of the Las Vegas Strip and all the madness, then the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is likely to suit you. There’s a boutique-type atmosphere to the property with a refreshing sense of tranquillity, for this is a non-gaming zone. Fear not, you’ll still be within steps of the casino action when you want to tap in.
In fact, you won’t be far from plenty of entertainment options: the shows, the shops and everything else, but this hotel does things in its own way. The Four Seasons gives you the best in luxury lifestyle along with access to the world-class action and amenities of the adjacent Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
The Four Seasons has a Forbes Five Star Spa with a selection of treatments on the menu including a cupping therapy massage, Thai massage and a warm salt stone ritual, as well as waxing and beauty services. It also has a beautiful outdoor pool of its own, or you can venture to the Mandalay Bay Pools complex where you can ride the Lazy River, take a dip in all three swimming pools and even step foot onto a sandy beach.
Even though there are over 400 guest rooms and suites at the hotel which are spread across several floors of the tower block which the hotel occupies, this is not large by Las Vegas standards. The style of rooms and suites is contemporary with elegant touches added through the use of satin and velvet fabrics, whilst floor-to-ceiling windows offer views of either the Las Vegas Strip or the Mojave Desert.
Dine at the Veranda – either inside or out on the terrace – for authentic Italian pizza and pasta, or go to Charlie Palmer’s Steak, voted as the best beef in town. And the hotel’s lounge and bars – including the pool bar – are the perfect places to unwind before, or after, heading out to a show.
How to get here
10 minutes by road from Las Vegas McCarran International Airport
424 rooms & suites