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Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV, US (LAS)

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Based on 3323 reviews
This 5-star resort is within close proximity of Town Square Las Vegas and Orleans Arena.
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Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
3960 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV US 89119

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 424 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and plasma televisions. Video-game consoles and premium TV channels are available for your entertainment, while CD players help you enjoy your music in the comfort of your room. Bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers, makeup/shaving mirrors, and designer toiletries. Conveniences include laptop-compatible safes and desks, as well as multi-line phones with voice mail.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. If you're looking for recreational opportunities, you'll find a health club, an outdoor pool, and a lazy river. Additional amenities include concierge services, babysitting/childcare, and gift shops/newsstands.

Dining
Enjoy a meal at one of the resort's dining establishments, which include 2 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. While enjoying a refreshing dip in the resort pool, you can order your favorite drink at the poolside bar.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, limo/town car service, and audiovisual equipment. Planning an event in Las Vegas? This resort has 20486 square feet (1903 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center, conference/meeting rooms, and small meeting rooms. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge, and parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas is a Forbes Five-Star Award winner, offering a calm, restful sanctuary, with results-oriented treatments that have been uniquely conceived to hydrate the skin, promote anti-aging, and elevate the art of relaxation. Services include massages, body scrubs and wraps.

Guests under 16 years of age are not permitted in the spa area. Guests under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult to visit the spa.



Enjoy a meal at one of the resort's dining establishments, which include 2 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. From your room, you can also access 24-hour room service. While enjoying a refreshing dip in the resort pool, you can order your favorite drink at the poolside bar.

An 8,000-square-foot outdoor pool and two spa tubs are situated amid an expansive, lushly landscaped pool deck with arbors for shade. The fitness center, which overlooks the pool gardens, offers steam rooms as well as strength-training and cardio equipment.

Four Seasons guests receive complimentary use of the freeform pools, waveform beach, and lazy river at the adjoining Mandalay Bay Resort. Four Seasons guests are also welcome to participate in the Mandalay's yoga, Pilates, and aerobics classes (surcharges).

The Bali Hai Golf Club on the Strip is only three minutes from the hotel, and lighted tennis courts at Bally's Hotel & Casino are two miles from the Four Seasons (surcharges).

Jogging begins right outside the hotel, and many guests enjoy hiking and biking at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, 21 miles away, or driving 45 miles to Lake Mead for boating and fishing.

The recreational activities listed below are available on site or nearby; fees may apply.

Bali Hai Golf Club - 0.7 km / 0.4 mi
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign - 0.9 km / 0.5 mi
Crystals at City Center - 2.1 km / 1.3 mi
Town Square Las Vegas - 2.4 km / 1.5 mi
Orleans Arena - 2.9 km / 1.8 mi
Thomas and Mack Center - 3 km / 1.8 mi
The Auto Collections - 3.1 km / 2 mi
University of Nevada-Las Vegas - 3.4 km / 2.1 mi
Marjorie Barrick Museum - 3.5 km / 2.1 mi
National Atomic Testing Museum - 3.5 km / 2.2 mi
Desert Research Institute - 3.6 km / 2.2 mi
Sands Expo Convention Center - 3.7 km / 2.3 mi
The Shoppes at the Palazzo - 3.8 km / 2.4 mi
Fashion Show Mall - 4.2 km / 2.6 mi
Clark County Library - 4.4 km / 2.7 mi

Know Before You Go

  • Children 18 years old and younger stay free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding.

Fees

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Fee for high-speed Internet (wired) in business center: USD 1.00 per minute (rates may vary)
  • Valet parking fee: USD 22 per night (in/out privileges)
  • Pet fee: USD 50 per pet, per stay
  • Pet deposit: USD 50 per stay
  • Deposit: USD 150 per day
  • Rollaway bed fee: USD 35.00 per night

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

Mandatory Fees and Taxes

Unless otherwise indicated, the charges below are not included in the overall room price. If not included in the overall room price, they will be charged by the property at check-in or check-out. Charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book. This property told us they will charge you for the following:

  • Resort fee: USD 25 per accommodation, per night

Hotel resort fee inclusions (may be listed elsewhere in this description as complimentary or available for a surcharge):

  • Spa access (may be limited)
  • Fitness center access
  • Internet access (may be limited)
  • Newspaper
  • Phone calls (may be limited)
  • In-room coffee
  • Additional inclusions

We have included all charges provided to us by the property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.


Based on 3323 reviews
from ohio
Submitted on 28-05-2016
The Four Seasons Las Vegas is located on the 35-39 floors of the Mandalay Bay. It has a separate entrance and staff. The concierge and front desk staff were very helpful. There is no casino but the casino at Mandalay Bay is easily accessible. The rooms are beautiful as are the public spaces. After a day out in Las Vegas it is nice coming back to the elegance and quietness of the Four Seasons.
from Dallas, Texas
Submitted on 31-05-2016
Ok lets start with the good. It is a quiet oasis in the middle of the chaos. There is no gaming or smoking in the hotel and you can only get in if you are staying there. BUT do not expect typical Four Seasons service- it is more like along the lines of a Marriott. The room was nice (we got a suite) but when I set up the sofa bed for my son, there was something white smeared all over one of the cushions that was turned over. Seriously, could you not have taken the time to wipe that off instead... Read more
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 01-06-2016
This hotel surprised us in many ways. The Fourseasons occupies some top floors of Mandalay Bay. This is a non smoking hotel that connects to the MB. A short walk through a door and you are in the lobby in MB. It's unbelievable how you can enter Vegas in MB full of smoke, gambling bells, loud and chaotic to peace and tranquility back in The Four Seasons. From the minute you arrive till you leave you feel special and the staff is so glad you are there. The rooms were perfect, spotless, comfortable... Read more
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Submitted on 03-06-2016
We stayed at this Four Season for a quick Memorial Day weekend get away. The location is very convenient and our family especially appreciated that it's a non-smoking non-casino hotel in Las Vegas; when we attended events at the MGM and Planet Hollywood the kids really objected to the pervasive smoke in the casinos. The hotel is located on the top floors of the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino. Hence, guests of the Four Season has access to the Mandalay Bay pools, which include a small lazy rive... Read more
from
Submitted on 04-06-2016
We stayed here for four days in a one bedroom suite with two small children and absolutely loved it. It was more than we would normally spend on accommodation but the service, details, experience were worth it. I had read in advance that it was a good choice if traveling with small children and I found that to be true. A beautiful cot was prepared for our son with a pack of baby care items. So much about this hotel is so thoughtful.
from Oxford, United Kingdom
Submitted on 08-06-2016
We arrived in Las Vegas after a 10.5 hour flight with a 2 hour delay added on! We were absolutely shattered but the moment we walked into The Four Seasons and then our room the tiredness just disappeared and the adrenalin set in! Our room had a panoramic window looking directly down the strip! It was an amazing sight! The staff and facilities at this hotel are second to none. The hotel is above the Mandalay Bay casino and resort but is much quieter. We chose this hotel because it was smaller. ... Read more
from San Diego, California
Submitted on 10-06-2016
I have said it before and I will say it again, this is the most beautiful hotel on the Strip. No Smoke, No gambling (private entrance to the MB casino if you wish). The rooms are to die for. Attention to detail is second to none. The staff is wonderful. You will not be disappointed. AND no lines at check in. The valet entrance has possibly the nicest most friendly people in the world. They will help you every step of the way. Drop your car, check in at the front desk and you are in your... Read more
from
Submitted on 10-06-2016
Great escape into quiet from busy Vegas but just steps away. Being at the south end you get great views of the entire strip. The fitness center is top notch.Great way to relax yet still experience the excitement of Vegas with the doors of MB available with a private entrance from the elevators. The pool is clean and not as busy as other pools as only four season guest can use it and you also have access to the MB pool. The service is top notch and we feel as though we will never want to stay at ... Read more
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 28-06-2016
To start with I am generally not a fan of Las Vegas. However life sometimes rears its ugly head and at least annually I endure the carnival of life. Having stayed at most of the main hotels; Wynn, Encore, Bellagio, etc, etc., I frequently find my way back to the Four Seasons. While I'll admit it's not quite on the level of the Peninsula or Four Seasons New York it is a great respite from the turmoil and crowds and the staff is always friendly and indulgent. The pool is always done well and pre... Read more
from Houston, Texas
Submitted on 29-06-2016
The Four Seasons in Las Vegas offers a quiet, upscale alternative in Las Vegas. It is at the south end of the strip. You can take a cab to locations or use the amazingly friendly public transportation of the Deuce bus to get to other locations on the strip. There is no casino in the hotel which is a plus for me. However, any one wanting the casino experience can visit the Mandalay Bar which is connected in the same space. There is no wait at the registration desk and service at the Four Sea... Read more
from State College, Pennsylvania
Submitted on 29-06-2016
I chose this hotel because it doesn't have a casino, however if you're looking for a casino the Four Seasons is attached to Mandalay Bay, which is a nice option and has multiple restaurants that are decent. It's very close to the airport, however I never heard planes in my room. The house keeping staff is phenomenal - nothing was ever out of place and the entire hotel was immaculate. The spa was very nice. Between the Four Seasons and Mandalay Bay they have 4 or 5 pools with something for ev... Read more
from Brookline, Massachusetts
Submitted on 29-06-2016
Having a private entrance and no casino are the major advantages of this fine hotel. Service is what you would expect from a Four Season hotel - professional, gracious and welcoming. The on site restaurants are both outstanding and well worth a visit. The gym is first rate as is the spa. Please visit Connie in the new Nail Spa - your hands and feet will thank you.
from Charlottesville, Virginia
Submitted on 30-06-2016
Was on a four day trip to Vegas with wife and twin sons who had just graduated from college. Chose the hotel as it was nonsmoking and casino free. Great oasis. Nice big rooms, terrific service and concierge staff. Special shout out to the valets, who were quick and had cold water waiting in the cars upon delivery. Nice touch. Connected to the manderlay if you want to gamble. Highly recommended.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 02-07-2016
This was our fifth or sixth stay here and as always was a pleasure. As most reviewers say, having a casino-free sanctuary to escape from makes spending time in Las Vegas even more enjoyable. It is seamless to pass into Mandalay Bay and tap into the gaming and restaurants. We stayed a week (and returning after a weekend in Palm Springs for another few nights. The strip view room is fantastic as you feel a part of the action. Service was great and I recommend using the Four Seasons App as we co... Read more
from
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Overall the visit met or beat expectations which you would expect. The only complaint I have is the hotel allows dogs. The guest next to us left their barking dog unattended in their room which woke us each morning the last two days. The hotel apologized and adjusted some fees. As a pet owner, I get the desire to keep pets safe and close especially when on vacation but this type of accommodation may alienate more guests then it pleases especially those celebrating a special occasion.
from Phoenix, Arizona
Submitted on 04-07-2016
From the people to the views from the room, the experience was remarkable. Each time making a trip to Vegas there are thoughts of staying elsewhere; however, each time the Four Seasons becomes the landing spot due to how quiet it is, the attention to detail from the staff and going above and beyond what is expected to the views of the rooms. The room views were fabulous as we started in a strip-view studio and then decided to upgrade to a Sunrise/Sunset Suite was worth its weight in gold. The... Read more
from Montreal, Canada
Submitted on 04-07-2016
I arrived early for check-in so I was told that my room was not available but can get an upgrade for $$$. I declined so I was told they would text me when my room was ready, that did not happen so eventually I went back to the front desk to see if my room was ready and it was. At this point I was a bit annoyed at the whole situation as this has never happened before at all the other hotels I visited in LV (and there are many 5* I stayed at). The pool was quiet and the service was great, very n... Read more
from Dallas, Texas
Submitted on 05-07-2016
We stayed over the holiday weekend, and were celebrating a birthday. At least once a day some one wished "happy birthday " and the hotel sent up chocolate covered strawberries. Very nice! We were upgraded to a strip view room and really enjoyed looking out onto the city. Bathroom amenities were very nice (l'Occitane) and we liked the toilet being in a separate space from the shower/tub. Every staff member we encountered was very nice, and genuinely seemed happy to have us as guests. We had... Read more
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 06-07-2016
While I was skeptical of staying at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas, it was highly recommended from a family member @ $225 a night. Well. Well Well, what an amazing visit and stay where the staff and attendants from the front door to the checkin to the pool to any place you go could not have been more customer friendly and on point from the time you arrive. I have not been back to Vegas in years and found the crowds over July 4th Weekend to abnormally crowded and crazy. Like Disneyland, jammed pa... Read more
from Oakland, California
Submitted on 06-07-2016
We very much enjoyed our stay here. The swimming pool at the Four Seasons is relaxing. You immediately feel like you are on vacation. The pool area provides sun screen, lemon water, complimentary frozen pineapple sticks, pitchers of ice water delivered to your cushioned chair. The hotel room was pretty nice overall but probably not as fantastic as most Four Seasons in other areas. I stayed in a basic king sized room. I'm fairly certain that if we upgraded, we would be pretty happy.
from Murfreesboro, TN
Submitted on 10-07-2016
I have been a regular gambler in Vegas for 30 years. Vegas has changed completely in the last 5 years. It's now reminds me of Disney at Christmas time. A bottle of water is $7.50 and a sandwich is $18.00. It's not about gambling anymore, it's about entertainment which makes me sad cause I love to gamble. Since the city center opened you can't walk on the sidewalk except in major crowds. All that said Four Seasons is my escape from all that. It's peaceful and beautiful. The pool is calm and rel... Read more
from La Jolla, California
Submitted on 11-07-2016
The Four Seasons feels more exclusive than the other Vegas hotels I've stayed in. The clientele was families or couples, and I didn't see large groups of Bachelor parties, etc cramming in to one hotel room...and I've seen that other places. I thought the room decor was well thought out and tasteful. It felt like a swanky home more than a hotel room. The bedding was very comfy. The pool is nice because it is a quiet escape from the chaos that is the Mandalay Bay pool, and yet you can easily ... Read more
from Southbury, Connecticut
Submitted on 11-07-2016
Of course Four Seasons is known for its legendary service, and this location did not disappoint! Located at the far end of the Las Vegas strip, a bit away from all of the action, this hotel occupies the top 5 floors of the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Resort. The room was everything we expected it to be - immaculately clean with an extremely comfortable bed. The rooms are large as far as hotel rooms go, with floor to ceiling window views of the Las Vegas strip! The breakfast buffet in the Verandah is... Read more
from Orange, CA
Submitted on 11-07-2016
Four Seasons...automatically, people envision exceptional service and exemplary environment. This was what I was expecting when I reserved a 2 night stay. The room was nice, but nothing too exceptional for Las Vegas standards (the Bellagio, Wynn, Venetian, Aria all have nicer rooms). I have to say, the service was beyond exceptional, just what you would expect from a Four Seasons. Our room was always spotless and extra care was taken when our room was cleaned. The bed is probably one of the... Read more
from Virginia Beach, Virginia
Submitted on 11-07-2016
I adored this hotel in Las Vegas. It's located on the top floors of the Mandalay Bay and I've actually always liked the Mandalay Bay hotel also. This hotel has it's own private entrance which is much less trafficked than the others, since it's smaller, and they have doormen who will gladly hail you a cab, we never waited more than 5 minutes for a cab the entire 4 days we were there. It was fabulous. The hotel is, as expected, beautiful and elegant, decorated in modern classic style. Our ro... Read more
from East Lansing, Michigan
Submitted on 12-07-2016
The service at The Four Seasons is spectacular. Everyone makes you feel welcome and comfortable. No detail is too small from the bookmark placed in my novel left open on my bed to the ice cubes made of iced tea as to not water down the tea. Wonderful service at the pool including pitchers of ice water frequently refilled, frozen fruit lollipops, and pool staff helping to reserve chairs. Great location on top of Mandalay Bay. You can enjoy (or not) what Mandalay Bay has to offer, and then ... Read more
from DC
Submitted on 12-07-2016
I didn't use the spa and resented having to pay for a service I don't use. According the front desk clerk, the hotel price matches to the internet. So, get a good rate on line, do a screen shot and forward it to the hotel and they will match the price. I made the mistake of booking through a 3rd party, on-line service, and was not able to make any changes or upgrades as a result. So, get a good price and then call the hotel directly.
from Glendora, California
Submitted on 13-07-2016
The Four Seasons in Las Vegas is an annual getaway. It's a very nice and lovely place to relax and be pampered if desired. It's a nice hidden secret of sorts above and within the Mandalay Bay Resort. You can also take the private elevator to the Mandalay casino and enjoy the parties there. Or stay in The Four Seasons and enjoy the entertainment there.
from Memphis
Submitted on 15-07-2016
I attended a small conference at the Four Seasons. Although physically located on several upper floors of the Mandalay Bay, the FS is a small world unto itself. Taking the tram on the strip and entering the FS after walking through the Mandalay Bay casino and lobby, the quiet and calm that prevails in the Four Seasons is palpable.There is also a separate entrance and lobby for the Four Seasons that is well staffed. I arrived early in the day and was able to check in. The room was very well ap... Read more
from Mid-Michigan
Submitted on 15-07-2016
I was pleased to learn that our conference was headed to Las Vegas. Since this was our first time, my wife and I wanted to take in as much as we could do so comfortably. First, the selection of the Four Seasons as our hotel was made for us as our four-day conference was being held there. Overall, I was quite pleased with the hotel. To understand its locale, it is part of Mandelay Bay -- specifically, its rooms are on the 35th - 38th floors. The hotel is on the south end of the strip, direct... Read more
from Pensacola, Florida
Submitted on 16-07-2016
It's been over 10 years since I've had the pleasure of visiting my favorite hotel. Although not a big fan of the remodeled decor it's service is still second to none. So enjoy that it's attached to the Mandalay but once you key access to the private elevator lobby you can feel harmony instead of the 24/7 Vegas mania. From the valet to houskeeping to the pool...first class service and privacy.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 17-07-2016
I have to go to a convention every year at the Mandalay Bay and really can't stand either the hotel or the facilities. But, the Four Seasons, tucked into the hotel, is the only redeeming quality of this property. It has the feel of a small hotel, with a nice-sized pool and two good restaurants and bars, Charlie Palmer's and Veranda. Beautifully appointed rooms that look a bit dated, however, everything works well and is really comfortable. Excellent staff, from the front desk to the bell des... Read more
from Dallas, Texas
Submitted on 19-07-2016
You would never know that you are in Las Vegas once you step across the threshold of this beautiful Four Seasons property. Great care is taken to preserve a quiet and almost "zen-like" atmosphere which provides guests a welcomed break from the constant ear ringing of the casino noise just a few floors away. Having to travel for business most of the time, I forgot what it is like to stay somewhere, where as a guest, you are cared for, pampered and respected in the most subtle of ways without you ... Read more
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Submitted on 20-07-2016
My husband suggested we go to LV in the middle of summer. I was very worried that it would be miserably hot and that there would be nothing for the kids to do. He got us a 2bedroom suite at the Four Seasons LV and we were surprised at how beautiful and spacious it was! They gave the kids chocolate chip cookies at check-in (even though it was 10:30pm!!) We entered the room and found the hotel had written the names of our children on the bathtub in washable crayons. They provided kids toilet... Read more
from Scottsdale, Arizona
Submitted on 25-07-2016
The service at this relaxing hotel is the new standard I'll be reviewing all hotels by in the future. It felt like our visit to their property really mattered to every staff member we encountered and I can't wait to get back. We were there celebrating my son's 11th Birthday. The boys received a welcome amenity (cookies the size of a manhole cover!) and in the evening, popcorn and root beer. The pool was another real treat! The Seasons has it's own pool within the Mandalay Bay complex that is a d... Read more
from Pacifica, California
Submitted on 25-07-2016
I stayed at this hotel in April for a conference. The rooms were nice, great views from the high floors, but what stands out the most to me was the service. I felt like the red carpet was rolled out just for ME!! Yes, you are paying a little bit more to stay here for that type of service but I would come back here on my own dime any-day.
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Submitted on 26-07-2016
We stayed at the Four Seasons during a business trip and I couldn't be happier with the accommodations. Our hotel room had full length windows that looked north over the strip which created an absolutely stunning view at night.
from Michigan
Submitted on 26-07-2016
My husband and I visited for the night. We went to Vegas for a massage and to see "O". Stayed at the Four Seadons. This place does not disappoint. Front Rayne at the front desk to Gabe at the bar. The staff was great. We had a strip view room. Beautiful at night. The room was beautifully decorated. We were disappointed the spa was closed, but luckily, Mandalay Bay's was open. The pool area is nice and big. The food arrived quickly.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 26-07-2016
I stayed here on business attending a large convention so the hotel was very busy. I loved the quiet pool and service, the very comfortable bed and room, the especially efficient house keeping staff, no lines at reception , the discreet door leading in and out of the Mandelay lobby and above all absolutely zero noise once in the room. I did not love the erratic room service delivery time for breakfast between 45 to 75minutes and the fact that the Veranda staff were overwhelmed at breakfast tim... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 27-07-2016
The four seasons is only a few floors at the top of the Mandalay bay resort. It is classic four seasons; beautiful, immaculate, friendly, punctual, huge rooms and great views as it is floors 35 - 39. The gym is massive with new equipment, the pool a tiny bit small but not busy so you don't notice. This hotel is the best in Vegas not just for what it is but also for what it is not. All the other hotel resorts that call themselves 5 star are just horrendous in terms of crowds and queues and casino... Read more
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Submitted on 28-07-2016
Having never been to Las Vegas before, I am so glad we booked The Four Seasons! It truly has been an oasis of calm and cool amongst the thousands of people you get EVERYWHERE in Las Vegas during the month of July, as well as the overwhelming heat. We researched our hotel choice extensively and not only compared price, but what was included at each and noise levels etc, as most hotels may look like a better deal, until you get there and find a check-in queue of 2 hours, and having to pay extra fo... Read more
from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Submitted on 28-07-2016
Among luxury hotels that cater to visitors that don't want the casino in their face when checking-in, Four Seasons ranks well below ARIA Sky Suites, Wynn Tower Suites and Mandarin Oriental. Main reason: Due to its location within Mandalay Bay, it shares the same building and with its floor locations 35-39, the three elevator banks are slow, slower and slowest especially during busy times like trade shows. And there is nothing they can do about it. The other reason is that the Four Seasons at... Read more
from Dallas, Texas, United States
Submitted on 29-07-2016
I'm a Four Seasons fan. I love the quality of the Flag. I'm never disappointed. This property does not disappoint. While I love the quality and the outstanding service the thing I like best about this location is you are away from the maddening crowd of gamblers, yet you are only a hidden locked door away from the casino. Privacy is a big deal to me. I will not stay any other place in Vegas.
from Switzerland
Submitted on 29-07-2016
We enjoyed our stay at the four seasons. Since we do use the four seasons hotels all over the world, we have been a bit disappointed by the various facilities of the hotel. Compared to the usual standard of FS, this is clearly below. That goes for the pool area, the reception and the overall experience. Even though, the rooms are up to the standard and very spacious. Also the steak restaurant is top.
from rockford, United States
Submitted on 31-07-2016
Second time at the FSLV, and another fantastic experience..... very nice regular room with a Strip view; cabana at the pool; used the hotel gym; visited the spa.... The key to the great experiences we've had at the Four Seasons is the people who work there- everyone is genuinely nice and wants to please the guest: We are late sleepers- they cleaned the room in the late afternoon/ early evening; At the pool, we were never out of water or towels or food- very attentive; Armando, the locker room at... Read more
from Enkoping, Sweden
Submitted on 01-08-2016
Four Seasons hotel in Las Vegas is a gem, luxury to a reasonable price. The three main reasons to choose this hotel when in LV (in my own priority order): 1. The pool area. If you want to relax, the pool area for this hotel is much more relaxed than the pool area for Mandalay Bay, which Four Seasons guests also has access to. 2. The relaxed atmosphere in lobby and the rest of the hotel is a perfect contrast to Mandalay Bay and rest of Las Vegas. Returning to the hotel after a night at the strip... Read more
from Houston, TX
Submitted on 02-08-2016
Certain areas of hotel looked like the needed renovations and upgrades. Now that there is competition for newer high end hotels - this hotel needs to better keep up with travel divas. The spa treatment rooms has chipped paint and OLD cabinet fixtures... Service was great but kind of a letdown for my Four Seasons expectations.
from Bad Schonborn, Germany
Submitted on 02-08-2016
The Four Seasons Las Vegas is a gem at specific times of the year as it is the reasonable priced. As the room are from size okay, they not the largest in Las Vegas, but they still have decent size. The highlight for us is the pool area with the service around it, water service, etc. and you can (if you really want) use the Mandalay Bay Resort pools too (very crowded). The hotel has no casino which is great, so no long walk through the gaming area to the hotel room, but through a nice and quite a... Read more
from Scottsdale, Arizona
Submitted on 03-08-2016
Let's face it, Las Vegas is full of smoke, noise, and craziness. We stayed here for a weekend, and we were blown away! You leave the noisy strip and enter a nice, quiet oasis, and you do not smell smoke or hear jackpots when you enter the 4 season lobby. Hotel is beautiful and staff is excellent. The rooms are very comfortable, and the bed sucks you in! You can always go outside and join in Vegas fun, but know that when you return, you will be welcomed to a resort environment where the customer ... Read more
from San Antonio, United States
Submitted on 03-08-2016
There are many reasons to go to Vegas and a variety of venues are available, yet the Four Seasons Las Vegas is my choice as it affords a quiet and dignified respite in a premium location. The room sizes are small compared to most Vegas rooms (think average hotel size) as well as a smallish bathroom although plenty of space for a couple and contains a shower, soaking tub, double vanity and separate water closet. The decor was elegantly simple. No over the top staged style stuff here! Our room... Read more
from Geneva, Switzerland
Submitted on 03-08-2016
We stayed four nights on a one-bedroom suite with Strip view on the 39th floor. The room was great; breathtaking views of the strip at night, top-notch quality and extraordinary bedding comfort even for a rollaway bed we used for our son. The location and the concept of the hotel, which occupies the top floors of the Mandalay, gave us the possibility to retreat at night from the chaos and excitement of the strip. I could write many things about the hotel itself (the possibility to use the pools ... Read more
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Submitted on 05-08-2016
For my latest business trip I decided to use the Four Seasons rather than the Mandalay Bay it is connected to. Everything about the room was worth the premium paid. Good water pressure inn shower, quiet room, fast check in, and no drama. I wish the signage was better on the property, but that is about it.
from Vancouver, Canada
Submitted on 06-08-2016
Stayed here last week for a conference and it was a great experience. The rooms are spacious, clean and the staff is awesome. The pool area is fabulous and peaceful considering it is right near the Mandalay Beach Club. Loved the fact that I left my jewellery in the bathroom one day and came back to find it neatly laid out on the counter on a coaster so I couldn't miss it! Truly appreciated the honesty of the housekeeping staff. I also really liked the fact that the Mandalay Convention Center i... Read more
from Singapore
Submitted on 08-08-2016
Four Seasons Hotel sits in the Mandalay Bay development but is a world away in ambiance and feel. It is quiet and refined with a separate entrance, spa, and pool although buildings are physically integrated with Mandalay Bay. The hotel could be anywhere in the world so if you are looking for the "Vegas experience" in a hotel, this is probably not the place for you. If you want a quiet place to stay with relaxing pool and restaurant and are willing to pay premium pricing, then you might want t... Read more
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 08-08-2016
This was a last minute stop, as we called an audible on our last two national parks due to heat and fire (Desert Valley at 125 and socked in with smoke), and Yosemite that was too far from our spot in Utah. So after the start of that endless and annoying search of "what hotel", I deferred to the fact that my wife and I are not "branded" by any one organization, but our experiences of Four Seasons have always been the luxury and joy that I love about hospitality. They take the stress from you...... Read more
from San Francisco
Submitted on 10-08-2016
Excellent service is still the hallmark of the FS in Vegas. Despite competition from new hotels like the Mandarin Oriental, our experience at the Four Seasons stood out. Rooms are understated elegance and spacious. The (small) bar and restaurant are excellent if you can't face the mega crowds and lines at other big Vegas venues. The Pool area underwent significant upgrades last year, and although there are now more "Cabanas", they are at one end of the pool and on the terrace behind the pool... Read more
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Submitted on 10-08-2016
Beautiful room, lots of space and pantry area. Several problems during our stay due to poor housekeeping and inadequate wifi. Beware max of 4 items can be connected to wifi (although the hotel says 'unlimited'). With four of us in a suite we all connected our phones then found we couldn't connect anything else - for a week! Kids not happy. Key cards didn't work on arrival and had to return 36 down to reception to get them changed. Spa is lovely but was under going refurb for 3 of the 7 days of o... Read more
from Henderson
Submitted on 13-08-2016
Four Seasons is always good but like many of the more expensive hotels they need an overall after as many years as they have been there. Also, the resort fees are irritating. Just give me the full cost at booking.
from Clayton, Missouri
Submitted on 14-08-2016
I have resisted the Four Season in the past because it was not a traditional casino hotel feeling I was there for a Vegas experience and didn't want to give that up. I was wrong, despite being technically separated from the Mandalay Bay casino there is very easy access but with all the relaxation being separate will give. Being part of the Mandalay Bay complex gives the Four Seasons other advantages such as additional easy access restaurants and an expanded options of pools for use. It also give... Read more
from Atlanta, Georgia
Submitted on 15-08-2016
We just returned from a three night stay at the Four Seasons. This was our first time at this hotel but have stayed in The Wynn and Bellagio. I read all the reviews and decided on the Four Seasons. Loved that it was a non casino, non smoking property. The suite was perfect. Lovely decor with two bathrooms and great view of the strip and sorry to say the airport. The staff were attentive and helpful. Pool service was great. The pool area is so calm and relaxing not the usual Las Vegas scene... Read more
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Submitted on 16-08-2016
Four Seasons LV is a great hotel for individuals who want to be in Vegas without feeling like they are in Vegas. Modern and luxurious decor, not overly crowded, and location that is more secluded and quiet than most strip hotels. If you're looking for a more secluded Vegas experience with great amenities, The Four Seasons is a good choice. This was my second time here. The reason I'm giving this hotel a low score and am reluctant to go back is my experience with one of the hotel's bar managers,... Read more
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