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- Daily full American breakfast for two people per bedroom, served through In-Room Dining or in the hotel restaurant (including buffets)
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- Complimentary basic Internet in all guest rooms, complimentary premium Internet in all suites
This Four Seasons Las Vegas hotel review is part of a Las Vegas trip report for Virtuoso Travel Week. For the prior posts please see:
Lobby and Check-In
I arrived quite late, so there was only one associate at the front desk who checked me in swiftly. The lobby is fairly small, with the front desk and concierge desk on the right, and a drinks offered in the lounge.
I'd booked a Superior Room because I was going to be there so briefly, basically just to sleep, but was upgraded to a Deluxe Room, which has the same mountainside views but is slightly bigger: 550 square feet vs. 500 square feet for a Superior Room.
Here's the entry way:
And the view at night. Obviously the best views are of the Strip, so if booking a Four Seasons Preferred Partner or Virtuoso rate with TravelSort and wanting a great view, I recommend booking a Deluxe Room so that you'll be upgraded to a Strip View Room if available.
The King bed, as usual, was supremely comfortable and I slept best at the Four Seasons, of the three hotels I stayed at on this trip.
The marble bathroom in a Deluxe Room just has one sink, unlike the Bellagio Fountain View Room I was in the prior night, but does have a soaking tub and separate glasss enclosed shower:
One disappointment was that the coffee machine was a Keurig, not Nespresso, and it didn't work to make hot water for tea. So I called housekeeping for a kettle (and slippers). They were brought with a smile, although it did take about 20-25 minutes, which seemed long to me.
Pool and Verandah Restaurant
The Four Seasons Las Vegas has its own pool, which is only open to Four Seasons guests (although Four Seasons guests have access to the Mandalay Bay pool and slides). While I didn't have time during my trip to relax there or experience the reportedly great poolside service (with Evian spritzes, ice water and complimentary treats), it was serene and only a couple of guests were there in the morning.
Breakfast at Verandah Restaurant included pleasant service and decent but not memorable ricotta pancakes:
The Verdict: The Four Seasons Las Vegas is a serene oasis, located as it is on the very southern part of The Strip and the top floors of the Mandalay Bay hotel. Rooms are pleasantly refreshed, after the renovation, although I would have expected a rain shower or better showerhead in the bathroom and a Nespresso machine instead of a Keurig. The hotel is a good choice for families, with its own pool as well as access to the more extensive pools of The Mandalay Bay.
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