Four Seasons Las Vegas
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The hotel was perfect. Staff and service was excellent. Look forward to returning soon. Would not change a thing. Really enjoyed the private pool and received amazing service from the pool staff. Thank you !!
Highest quality of staff service; adjustment to our Whole Plant based diet far exceeded our expectations (not so in another resort we stayed at on the same trip). Resorts need to be aware of the increasing health conscious adult population and this Resort is ahead of the pack.
It pains me to write a negative review of this hotel but we finished our two week stay feeling we would likely chose another hotel next time we visit Vegas.Positives first!Being separated from the bustle of the Mandalay Bay hotel and casino make the Four Seasons an oasis of peace and quiet when you are in the mood for it. Our room was a large beautiful strip view Studio with lots of storage (huge walk-in closest and numerous drawered furnishings). Separate shower and tub, toilet in its own room the only part of the bathroom that could be improved upon is the single sink. Everything was clean and the cleaning staff were friendly, efficient and accommodating.The fitness area which we used daily was bright, well equipped and everything was in working order with all the electronic amenities that you might want. Changing areas are pleasant and well equipped to support the Spa.The addition of the coffee counter/bar in the main lobby was very welcome and we used it repeatedly for coffee and treats served by their very friendly staff.Every staff member we encountered was pleasant and welcoming throughout our stay.The food available in the pool area was delicious although we only had one meal there (see negatives below).Negatives:When we arrived we were delighted to find a selection of macaroons and a welcome note in our room perhaps because we were staying for two weeks. Then I noticed that the note was not addressed to us! I took the note to the front desk to inform them of the error and before I could even take the elevator back to my room someone was there to retrieve the macaroons and leave some fruit instead, some of which was overripe. We considered that a very poor trade and they never even asked if we had touched the macaroons. We had the feeling that they likely just passed them on to the intended recipients without telling them they had been in someone else's room first. If not, surely they would have just left them in our room!?The other negative, and this is what really bothered us, were the changes to the pool area since our last visit. There used to be a considerable area featuring fixed shade courtesy of what you might call an extended verandah attached to the bar area. My wife breaks out in a heat rash in direct sun no matter what SPF lotion she uses, so 7 of the 14 days the last time we went we used the shaded pool area to relax and eat breakfasts and lunches. Well for reasons that I'm sure you can easily guess the shaded area has been converted into a number of cabanas that can be rented for half of what your room likely costs per day. This left us with the option of spending thousands of dollars for shade or asking the accommodating pool staff to place an umbrella by our lounge chairs. Tolerable, even though we had to move the umbrella or our chairs every 20 minutes to stay out of the sun. Intolerable once the wind picked up and they had to remove the umbrellas. Note that windy days are very common in May in Vegas. As a result we only used the pool area on two occasions over 14 days. Especially bothersome considering you pay a significant resort fee everyday for what is now a diminished level of service. We left the Four Seasons feeling like we would probably stay elsewhere next time. Enjoyment of the pool area was the main reason we chose the Four Seasons out of the numerous luxury hotels available in Vegas. It was like when you go to your favorite fine dining restaurant and the staff and ambiance are exactly the way you like it except they have taken your favorite item off the menu.
Best hotel stay of my life. While this was business, decided I want to come to this Four Season for my next milestone. Love the elegance. room service and housekeeping were so warm and friendly. I didn't want to leave.
This was my third time staying at the Four Seasons Vegas and it never disappoints! We wanted to relax by the pool, have great food/drinks and good sleeps! The Four Seasons definitely exceeded our expectations in all departments. The pool is relaxing with very attentive staff, we never had a problem getting chairs and the service was over the top. We ate all meals at the hotel, except for one, and the only meal we were disappointed in is when we left the resort. The rooms are spotless and spacious. The overall feel of the hotel is one of elegance and class, but not stuffy. We are already talking about a return visit. This really is the best you will find in Vegas, no question about it!
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
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- Departure taxes ($20USD) if traveling to Dominican Republic with Sunwing or Signarture Vacations
- Hotel transfers for packages with WestJet to USA (with exception to Honolulu)
- Hotel transfers for packages to Europe
- Items of a personal nature
- The only non-gaming hotel on The Strip
- Small, intimate hotel with 424 rooms located on the 35th to 39th floors of the Mandalay Tower
- Outdooor heated pool
- Wheelchair accessible
- Guests have easy access to facilities & services of Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino including signing privileges at more than 15 restaurants
- 1 king or 2 double beds
- Cable TV
- In-room safe
- Iron & ironing board
- Bathroom with tub & shower
- Maximum occupancy per room is 3
Resort Location Map
Four Seasons Las VegasLas Vegas,United States
- Hotel Contacts
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3960 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119-1046
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