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November 1, 2013updated Feb 14, 2014

High-Roller Suite

By Chris Boyle

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Return visitors may not recognize the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, which recently underwent a complete renovation.

With a new, welcoming lobby and sophisticated lobby lounge PRESS, the hotel oozes energy. For a sure bet, check into one of the five new Presidential Strip-View Suites ($3,000 a night). There’s one per floor; the hotel’s guest rooms and suites occupy floors 35 to 39 of the Mandalay Bay Tower.

Step into your 2,225-square-foot haven and prepare to be wowed by the panoramic views of the glittering city below, afforded by the wraparound, floor-to-ceiling windows; sumptuous furnishings; and bold designs that dazzle like only Vegas can.

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A lavish, separate dining room with an eight-seat table situated beneath a show-stopping light fixture, expanded living room with a 55-inch flat-screen LED TV and media hub, plus a large kitchen pantry that includes a full-size refrigerator facilitate entertaining.

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Or simply relax in the Art Deco-styled sanctuary, highlighted by a stylish four-poster bed and master bathroom with an integrated TV. Modern art pieces add flair, while fresh orchids enhance the surroundings.

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