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Vdara Hotel and Spa

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Vdara has a sophisticated flair that appeals to guests who love the energy of Las Vegas but choose to enjoy it in a non-gaming, non-smoking environment. In the heart of the CityCenter complex, the hotel offers contemporary interior spaces with the very latest modern amenities and services, a roof-top pool, lounge, wellness spa and a direct walkway to Bellagio.
 
Location: On The Strip between Bellagio and ARIA Resort & Casino.

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  • GarySolihull : Solihull
Hotel Vdara

hotel is very nice and the Cafe in the lobby is great for breakfast's, hotel is non smoking and does not have a casino which suited us as we don't smoke and was on a family break, the only thing that I didn't like was they give you a full break down of what you have had during your stay, they don't give to you in a format you'd remember, as in a total receipt for your lunch of say an evening bar bill. I had too go through my bill and pull out several items that I know I didn't have and have them removed.One full month later Hotel Vdara bill me for $89.00 and won't refund it !!!!!! I've sent several email, and Hotel Vdara will not reply, very very bad customer / casher service, this spoilt me memory of staying there.

  • ancastertravelle2016 : Ancaster, Canada
Great hotel, beautiful rooms

We stayed at the Vdara the Labour Day long weekend and were there for four nights. The hotel is very nice, the rooms are excellent,exactly how you see them on their website. The room is very roomy...nice bathroom. As many other reviewers have stated not sure why they put the kitchen in the units as there are no utensils....you can't even make a coffee or tea in the room.The food options are really limited. We picked up breakfast items a few mornings in the cafe, it is pricey and we found that during our four day stay the prices increased by 25 per cent on basic things like coffee and croissants etc. Not sure if they change prices from summer to fall, but we found this rather odd. If you are going to have a few things for breakfast and a drink your better option is a breakfast buffet at a nearby resort. Otherwise pick up your drinks, yogurt, fuit etc at nearby ABC store or Walgreens on the strip. The pool area is really small and it was really hot while we were here. It is really nicely decorated, but could use more greenery.‎ The one plus we really enjoyed is that because this is a smaller property we never had to wait for an elevator. The location is slightly off the strip, you have to go either through Bellagio, Aria or the Cosmopolitan to get to it from the strip and I am not sure we really did figure out the fastest way.Also, this is a pet freindly property and I did not realize it when I booked it.Make sure you pack good walking shoes or sandals and leave the high heels at home. Nothing is close by each hotel is massive, the resorts all look close to each other but really are not be prepared to do a lot of walking.We had a good stay.

  • NormaStit : London, United Kingdom
A good casino-less option

I like staying in places in Vegas that have no casino. You can walk 5 minutes anywhere in Vegas and get into a casino so why not wake and sleep where there is cleaner air and a more chilled vibe.Second time I have stayed here. Fast check in (though I am not sure this is usual judging by the lines I saw) and into room nice and early. Rooms large and well equipped. Mine had mini kind of kitchenette. 5 minutes walk to Aria and its whole scene. Buffet there pretty good value and the mexican restaurant in there was fantastic.Nice small Starbucks in lobby of Vdara does good business..Would likely stay again as they always seem to have great rates.

  • Robert T :
Starting to show its age and dirty room

I use to adore this hidden gem in vegas with no smoking and gaming policy. My first stay was couple month after opening in a spotless and refreshing room. Since, I have stayed Vdara at least 4-5 more times from city room to corner suites. However, my last stay will probably be the last for awhile. First the minor annoyances. One, valet is no longer free. Now they charge $25 dollars, which is fine. Then the resort fee and tax that add up to 50-60 dollar a night, which is also fine. The real problem comes when I checked into the room. Ignoring for a moment the room looks a little dated now with nicked furnitures, calcium buildup on shower tiles, blacken grouts, and water damaged wallpaper, the sink still had previous tenant's puke or slimy grime in it. Walking back to the bed I saw unidentified black spots on the pillows and upon closer inspection dust on every table top.Furthermore on the day of check out I asked front desk if they can extend the checkout time by 2 hours from 11am to 1pm because I want to leave my luggage in the room while we eat at bachannal buffet. I was told noon the absolutely latest because of lack of room availability on that day, (btw a Sunday) I asked an exception for the dirty room and was told no, staff has to clean the room for next customer. Really? Clean? Clean what? I know you don't clean anything besides changing the sheets and towels?In summary, rooms are a lot more expensive now from fees and taxes ($195 rate + $50 fees + $25 valet) but with no additional benefit. Guest receives a dirty and aging room with poor hospitality.

  • Quinns24 : Glasgow, United Kingdom
Impressive Vegas hotel but.....

Like most hotels in Vegas it is huge with over the top decor however soulless. Staff nice enough but a bit robotic for me. Had an issue with our first room as flood from room above. Went from 41st floor to 23rd which was not an issue for us and view better however room had several stains on the carpet and no easy chair. Also object to paying resort fees on top of the price of the room and I know this is getting more common in the USA but 40 dollars per night is far too much. The hotel did waive two nights resort fee because we had to move but still another 160 dollars you are not expecting to shell out.

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  • 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
  • Parking
  • 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)
Deluxe room includes:
  • 1 king-size bed and 1 queen-size sofa bed
  • Telephone
  • Air conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Mini-bar
  • 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

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  • Vdara Hotel and Spa
    Las Vegas,United States

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Vdara Hotel & Spa
2600 W. Harmon Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89158-4538

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