Vdara Hotel and Spa
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Fifth time staying at Vdara. It is my home away from home. My husband and I chose this place because it is non-smoking, I can't stand the smell of smoke, and non-gaming. To save a little money this year, we used MyVegas to get a discount for our stay. A little over $300 for Sun-Wed. We used mobile check-in Saturday night and received our email around 2pm giving us our room number and instructions to pick up our keys at the front desk. Check in was very easy, no line. 👍🏾 The woman helping me let me know our room had a view of the mountains. I kindly asked if they had any views of the fountain. She checked and found one on the 28th floor. I asked if there was anything higher. She said there would be in a few hours. While we were discussing that she asked was this our first time visiting. I let her know it wasn't and that it was our anniversary. She congratulated us and asked me to wait a minute while she looked something up. She said she found a room on the 35th floor and was going to upgrade us to an executive suite, no extra charge. I was shocked! We stayed in an executive in '14 but it didn't have a view of the fountains. I thanked very much for doing that because she didn't have to. She congratulated us again and hoped we have many more. I decided not to tell my husband and let him find out when he opened the door. He was shocked too. The room was great! Half bathroom right when you walk in, full fridge. Nice size living room area. The room was great. Bathroom too. Our view of the fountains was about 80%. The Cosmo blocked some but we did not care. Overall views were excellent. From the Aria to the center of the strip. The fountains, the mountains and the Rio. We kept the blinds open all day and night. No issues with housekeeping. Vdara is not directly on the strip but a walk through Cosmo will get you there. The Aria is right across the way. So is Bellagio and There is a tram to get you headed south down the strip. It stinks that you have to pay $18 per 24 hours for parking but that's just how it is. I will be headed back in April for a girl's trip and look forward to staying again.
First, our suite... 22nd floor in a corner. We had 180 degree views and at night it was spectacular. 4 room suite... complete kitchen... luxury bathroom... dream bed... Oh, it was wonderful. They rented my husband and I scooters so touring around was amazing. We massively enjoyed our stay. The only negative was that even though it was a non-smoking hotel, right out on the front entrance people gathered to smoke which meant entering or exiting the building was through a cloud of smoke. I was disappointed that the rules were not being enforced.
Very nice hotel .. our room was suite with fountain view that was spectacular ! The suite was spacious and clean . The only thing was annoying there was a noise triggered in the bathroom in the suite whenever neighbouring suites use the bathroom . Was strange and quite disturbing . I mentioned it to the front desk and seems to be a common issue other suites complained about
We arrived for 6 nights on the 26th September for our wedding anniversary. We were given room 42034 on the 42nd floor. The room was large, spacious and clean. It had a kitchenette area, we requested plates, mugs and cutlery, which we received, we had to re-order this every day which was quite annoying. We found the bed quite soft but comfortable. The Wi-Fi works ok in the room sometimes, but drops out quite a lot, but not at all around the pool area. For a resort fee you expect this to work (they did refund us half of our resort fees at check out when we mentioned it). For our wedding anniversary we were given 2 small chocolates (a bit poor in our opinion as we had been given champagne in previous hotels). The pool area is nice, we never had an issue getting sun beds (were down by 1000am), the service around the pool was hit and miss. We ordered 2 drinks one afternoon, after an hour we chased them up and the waitress claimed we were not there – we hadn’t moved at all. We were not offered any discount. She was more interested in the party that were giving her large tips (which we heard her bragging about to the lifeguard). When we checked in we had a couple of parcels waiting for us (all under my name), my husband went to collect them – no problem. A few days later we had another parcel arrive, he went down to collect it and they refused to give it to him as it had my name on it, rules are fine, but they need to be consistent. There is a lot of helicopter noise at this hotel, we noticed the amount of helicopters is crazy compared to our last visit 4 years ago. The very good about this hotel is that it is completely smoke free which we both really loved. It is a little bit of a walk to get out onto the strip – you can either go through the Bellagio or through the Aria. If you could get out through the Cosmopolitan that would be a lot quicker. We had dinner in Vice Versa before our flight home which was very nice and they served the best Mojitos we had all week. I had a gel manicure done in the Spa which cost 80 USD (which is very expensive) and I was not that pleased with the quality to be honest as I could see that the colour had not covered all parts of the gel, however the lady was very nice. We asked for a late check out which they were able to provide at a cost (12pm is free, 1pm $20, 3pm $40, 6pm $65). We have stayed in many hotels in Las Vegas, would we stay here again, probably not, but it wasn’t a bad experience.
I found this hotel to be very nice, when I arrived they had my room all decorated, I guess my daughter set that up because it was my birthday, they were very accommodating, had me a room on the 25th floor, I had requested a higher room so I could have a view, our room had a very nice little kitchen area sitting area with couch etc small table and chairs a nice bathroom, it was everything we needed for a reasonable price. It took us a couple of days tho to learn we were better off walking inside thru the Bellagio etc to get to the street rather than just walk out the door, it was closer than walking around and we could view other places. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and a special thanks to Mary who called me to see if we were on the way so my room would be ready. Vdara was great! Oh and don't let me forget the cleaning lady was great too.
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- Travel insurance (mandatory if traveling to Cuba)
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- 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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