For those who want to enjoy the hot desert climate of Las Vegas and the city’s spectacular spas and fine dining, but don’t enjoy gaming, Four Seasons Las Vegas is the place for you. It might feel odd to experience the laid-back luxury of Four Seasons in the heart of the neon-lit Las Vegas Strip, but it’s a nice departure from the over-the-top resorts you’ll find nearby and offers a quiet stay with no scene. Still, as this is Las Vegas, you can expect opulent architecture and amenities. For those who want easy access to gaming, but a quiet nightly retreat, the hotel is connected to the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, and guests can use the pool and gaming facilities there. What’s nice is that the pool feels like a private escape, with many cabanas reserved strictly for Four Seasons hotel guests. Expect a stylish and sophisticated design in both common areas and hotel rooms, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows and white-marble bathrooms. The dining options are wonderful, too, and include modern American-style Veranda, Charlie Palmer Steak, indoor-outdoor lounge, Press, and the Pool Bar. The spa offers the most modern treatments, like cupping and detoxifying body wraps, as well as your traditional massages, whether you just played an intense round of golf, danced until the early morning or hiked at the nearby Red Rock Canyon.
Top Suite: Presidential Strip-View Suite
The Presidential Strip-View Suite is quite spacious at 2,225 sq ft and has a sleek urban cosmopolitan design. Bold colors, like beautiful jewel tones, and an Art Deco style make the suite feel more like a sexy lounge. There is a dining room, kitchen pantry and exclusive experiences for guests of the suite, should you be traveling with a fun crowd.
3960 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89119
+1 702 632 5000, fourseasons.com/lasvegas