Vdara Hotel and Spa
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We stayed around the beginning of Aug/17 is was very relaxing and comfortable. It a great spot for the hotel easy access to the Aria and Bellagio, also not to far walk over to Planet Hollywood. The hotel is quite for the most part due to no casino, but I loved that, but easy to go next door if you wanted to play. The pool area was quaint, I enjoyed the less of hustle and bustle. Would definitely recommend.
Checking into the Vdara Hotel, I was pleasantly surprised to walk into the lobby and not smell cigarette smoke. Vdara is one of the few hotels on the Strip that has no casino and is a non-smoking hotel. As I unlocked the door to my Vdara’s Studio Parlor suite, I noticed a large kitchenette in the spacious 582 square feet in three rooms. With floor to ceiling windows, the suite has million dollar views of Vegas and the surrounding Red Rock mountains. What is appealing is the dividing wall separating the living room and bedroom with a comfortable king size, pillow-top bed. There are two 42" digital LCD flat-screen televisions and a spa-like bathroom with a shower and separate deep soaking bathtub. Each of the luxury 1,495 rooms have a digital tablet offering information about the suite and hotel including in-suite dining, spa services, show tickets and other activities. All at the touch of a finger.For those looking to play their hand at blackjack, the slots and other gaming tables, the ARIA Resort & Casino across the way offers some of the best. As well as shopping, dining and entertainment.Both Vdara and Aria are part of the newer CityCenter. Art lovers will appreciate the vibrant art scene with stunning paintings and larger-than-life contemporary sculptures with works by acclaimed artists, sculptors and visionaries including Maya Lin, James Turrell, Nancy Rubins, Frank Stella, Henry Moore and Richard Long, and Dale Chihuly. My favorite art pieces include the Big Edge by Nancy Rubins. Driving up to the Vdara and Aria circle, is a colorful composition of aluminum rowboats, canoes and other water vessels arranged to look like a blooming flower in the center. Also, In the CityCenter Dale Chihuly has his colorful glass blowing sculptures displayed in the Gallery Row Shops. Admission is free to learn about one of the most creative and well known glass blowing artist. There are multiple rooms filled with his one of a kind pieces, including a spectacular lime green icicle tower. The gallery also has Chihuly’s drawing and prints displayed.There is a monorail taking guests to the Bellagio and Aria properties. After a night of exploring those properties, playing the slots and a few hands of Blackjack, it is nice to leave the overstimulating sounds, lights and smells to go back to the quieter, clean smelling Vdara Hotel to sleep like a winner.
I travelled to Vegas on a work-related trip for a conference (not unusual). My company's travel department booked me in the Vdara hotel, and I only checked it out online when I landed. The trip from the airport was very quick, maybe 10-15 mins. The room itself was very large with a kitchenette, dining table, living room corner and a massive bed. The pillows were quite hard for my liking, but that is OK. The bathroom looked like it had seen better days and wasn't in the best condition. The room was clean though. The airco is very strong, and if you switch it off it gets really hot inside the room during the day. In terms of location, this has to be one of the best hotels on the strip. Getting around is super easy.
We were very pleased thank you for you hospitality!!!!!!!!! I will visit again@!!!!very helpful informative staff.....You made our stay pleasant thank you so much....It is a great achievement from all your staff members....
Above average hotel, mid strip, with excellent service from start to finish. Girlfriend and I stayed two days (Tue thru Thurs) and enjoyed a crowd-free check-in and a clean, well appointed room. I saw the other comments about the pool being small and too warm, but we enjoyed our experience, though that might be because we were there mid-week. I'm giving it 4 stars for location and since the service was really quite good but complaints include $20 per day for in-room coffee service (come on guys!), not waiving "resort/extort fee" when we booked a pool cabana and the over-all cost of our room, which seemed high to me. I would recommend the Vdara for families, business or a quick get-away, but I'll most likely check out a different hotel next trip.
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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
- 1495 Rooms
- Silk Road Restaurant
- 2 bars including Sky Pool & Lounge
- Rooftop pool, 19 cabanas with semi-private plunge pools
- Fitness centre
- Gift shop
- Meeting facilities
- Business centre
- Laundry services
- 24-hour staff
- Room service (available from 6am-10pm)
- Gourmet Grocer featuring coffee bar, sundry items and freshly prepared package meals
- Parking (fee)
- 1 king-size bed and 1 queen-size sofa bed
- Air conditioning
- In-room safe
- Wireless Internet access
- Iron and ironing board
- Bathrobe and slippers for use during your stay
- Kitchenette facilities
- Large spa-style bathroom with soaking tub and separate shower
- Premium branded amenities
- 42-inch flat screen, high definition television
- Nightly turndown service
Resort Location Map
Vdara Hotel and SpaLas Vegas,United States
- Hotel Contacts
- Extra Info
2600 W. Harmon Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89158-4538
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