Vdara Hotel and Spa
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This was a surprise bday trip for my husband who had never been to Vegas. I cannot say enough good things about this hotel! We had a fountain view studios suite which was just phenomenal the view, the room, the bathroom which had an amazing huge soaking tub! We loved it! Also the best part the whole property is NON Smoking!!!! The service was 5 start from checkin to check out, we would choose Vdara in a heartbeat again! Also we are not gamblers so another bonus is the hotel does not have a casino either which keeps it so quiet and private from the normal chaos of Vegas. Thank you so much to everyone at Vdara for making this trip so amazing!!
I usually stay in one of casino hotels of the strip on my stays in Vegas but this time I was booked at the Vdara and I have to say this was a great change. I find the Vdara is close enough to major casino's like Bellagio and Arian (2 minutes walk) but with it's no smoking, no gambling it gives you the opportunity to relax and decompress after all the craziness of the strip. I will definitely stay here again!Rooms are very clean I and was given a corner suite, which comes with a kitchen dinning area and separate bedroom. The room was extremely clean and the service was impeccable.Ordered room service which was prices reasonably for Vegas and the phone was very good.
Stayed in this hotel for a conference held in Bellagio. There is a footbridge directly connecting Bellagio and Vdara so it's very convenient to me.The room was very spacious and cozy. View from the room was great. There is a small cafe on the ground floor that provide simple and quick breakfast items. We went to Aria for brunch buffet one morning which was very good. The pool and deck was great too but a bit crowded as expected. Staffs were friendly but housekeeping was a bit too slow. My room was not cleaned up even at 3pm most of the time during my one-week stay.There is no casino within this hotel and I think it's a very family friendly hotel in Vegas.
This is our third stay at Vdara and we are planning to book again soon. Staff make this hotel, always friendly and helpful. This hotel is unique as it is non-smoking and doesn't have a casino, so doesn't have the usual 'through traffic' which means it is exceptionally quiet. On foot the strip can be accessed via the Bellagio, Cosmopolitan or Aria. All are ten minute walk, and each option is equally good depending where you want to go. You can walk from Vdara to the Bellagio / Caesars Palace link bridge without going outside, godsend on the really hot days. There is also access to the Aria Tram, if you don't want to walk. There is a Cafe / Shop, called Market Cafe, see other review. There is also a Starbucks and Vice Versa Bar / Lounge. Rooms are well appointed and exceptionally clean and even the standard rooms are a decent size. Worth asking if there are upgrades available on the day, when you check in, and if the hotel isn't busy it will normally be an option. Free WiFi in all areas of the hotel. The only downside is the $35.00 daily resort fee + TAX = $39.68, but this is standard for Vegas.Valet parking is $25 per 24 hours and there is a self parking option, but I haven't used this.Decent sized pool on the third floor, you need to show your key card to security to enter and any bags are checked to ensure you are not bringing in any glass containers. Waitress service at the pool for food and drinks, see attached photos of the menu. The pitcher of cocktails is a good value option, it provides four drinks. Day Beds and Cabanas are available for an additional charge, Day Beds are good for couples, the Cabanas are better for small groups. All in this is a great location, my first and only choice when in Vegas.
But hey, I don't go to Vegas very often at all, so I may as well share the love. Go to the Vdarra in April and book one of the good rooms at the top, and be prepared to be upgraded! We booked a suite and got bumped up to the suite on the 50th floor that is about 1,000 square feet and has 270 degree views. You read that right! We paid around $200 a night for a room that freaking Jay Z probably books at the Vdarra! I kid you not. But, don't try this during the high season or on a weekend, I would imagine these rooms cost an arm and a leg then. But if you can go during the week, before things start picking up in late April, you may be golden. No smoking ANYWHERE in this hotel. No casino. This means you don't have to fight your way through smelly crowds of drunks to get to your room. Nope, you float right in, past the nice little bar on the ground floor, and sail right to the elevators. They play good tunes in those elevators too!The staff was super friendly and helpful. I tried booking dinner at the Thai restaurant next door, but no go. I called the concierge and he got us in! So if you stay here, use the concierge, I mean, why would you not?They have a little market with the usual overpriced hotel prices, but some of the eats were pretty good. So in a pinch when you need a snack, they have some solid options. You can grab beverages and things there to bring to your room too. The bathtub was off the hook. Soaking tub, nice products, and views of the entire city of Vegas (and beyond). 270 degree of crazy views. Out one window, the Strip, out another, you can see Red Rocks off in the distance, out another, lots of dirt and sand in the distance. The bed was huge and oh so comfy. There are blinds and also blackout blinds, all that work with remote control. I felt like a serious high roller in this room! Did I mention they have a washer and dryer, and will deliver free laundry soap to your room? Yeah, you really will want to just throw it all away and move here. Oh, and you can SEE the Strip, but the noise does not come into the room. I have no idea what they did, as when I stayed at Cesar's Palace, it was kind of noisy at night, but they do it so right at the Vdarra. They have a remote device like an iPad you can use to order room service. We did not use it, but it was fun cruising around and looking at all the options!Best stay in Vegas, why would I go anywhere else during the off season? Score.
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Items not included:
- 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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