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... but it was actually alright. The tricks were good and he seemed really nice! He even had dad up on stage which was funny and I had a fake brick thrown at me for some premonition thing. Finally we went to watch the fountains on our way to bed. They're so beautiful and elegant. Love how they match them to music. As I close our curtains from my bed... They're electric you know... I was exhausted and ready for a good nights sleep ready for our Grand Canyon tour tomorrow. S ...
... and we heard thunder in the distance. One or two drops fell into the long, narrow pool on the floor of the mall. The then thunder grew loud, and we heard the sound of rain pelting the rocks and splashing in the water ... but we could still only see one or two drops on the pond surface. Then the thunder stopped, and the birdies began to chirp. It was clearly over. Was it merely broken? or just lame?
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFour Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Four Seasons was a lovely hotel a little distance from the main strip. This provided a little escape from the hectic position of some of the other big hotels in Vegas. As the hotel is situated within the Mandaly Bay hotel there is plenty of restaurants and entertainment within easy reach. The service was excellent and view of the strip at night sensational.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
Nice clean too professionalle
i stayed only one night at the hotel while i was at ces first i stayed at the venetienthe rooms are larger in the venetien but a the 4 seasons its more fresh and clean the service is excellent at the second you ask for somethink you get it its like you press a button and get it the staff is helpfull but too proffessional and it not friendly at the venetion they are not that proffessional but more natural over the 4 seasons its too high class and it takes away from the natural i hope you understand what i mean the poll is extremely nice and nice tress and flowers i went to the venetien to the spa and hot tub it was great four hot tubs clean nice and natural staff when we called and asked for a crib it arrived right away after all its a great hotel the rooms are not as big as the venetien but its nice the blankets are feather and the pillows as well so its a good choice
My family and I stayed at the 4S for a week which included New Year's eve. We chose this hotel due to the competent rates compared to other hotels such as Bellagio and Venetian, in addition of their 180° strip view suite for a private NYE party. After a breezy check in we went to our rooms and were a bit disappointed about their austereness, rooms are better at Bellagio and Venetian regarding decor (upkeep is another story) but impressed with all the ammenities they offered, everything from the toaster for room service, spa services and massages, room service quality and presentation, to the L'Occitane soaps and shampoos (Bvlgari in the suites) was well beyond our expectations. Concierge services were prompt and curteous. Service in the Verandah restaurant was slow and the menu limited, our busboy told us that is always a major concern and that the restaurant is always understaffed (even in this season when the hotel is fully booked). Our 180° Strip view suite was gorgeous and the service regarding room service for a dinner party of 9 was even better than expected. Being in Mandalay Bay was uncomfortable, i truly hate that casino... far away and crowded, had to go to Bellagio daily to gamble, so even without setting a foot in the casino I was 8 dollars under everyday, not much but still hate to commute to gamble. Slot club was better at MB though, more comps and cash back for same amounts gambled. All in all a good stay, even better than our last at Bellagio, where things have taken a turn for the worse recently regarding upkeep and service, but still, you can't beat a tranquil setting in the middle of the Strip, will only stay at 4S again if rates are better than Bellagio or Venetian, just because of their better location.
The Four Seasons Las Vegas was excellent!
I stayed 3 nights at this beautiful hotel the first part of November.
my husband joined me on a business trip. We were treated like royalty from arrival at the front door through our entire stay. Staff is is very friendly and courteous. They seem very sincere and genuine in their friendliness. The room was very nice, large and the bathroom was exceptional! Large soaking tub, seperate enclosed shower, toilet in a seperate small area with a door. very clean! we had a nice view of the pool area of Mandalay Bay which the Four Seasons adjoins and you can use the pool facilities at mandalay Bay with your key card. Ate at The House of Blues in Mandalay Bay. Atmosphere fun, food average, service great. Would recommend Four Seasons to couples seeking a quiet, romantic spot in Las Vegas. Yes, it is removed form alot of the action but it is a easy monorail ride from Mandalay Bay to the Excaliber and then walk as far down as you want to see other casinos, hotels, shops, etc. With new monorail system opening in new year will make it very easy to get from one end of strip to the other. To save money on dining while staying at The Four Seasons take walkway over to Luxor where they have a food court with franchise fast food restaurants. Nathan's has a great breakfast deal: eggs, bacon or sausage, toast or biscuit, hashbrowns and a beverage for about $5.00.
World Class Service (Five stars)
This hotel is a bit far from the rest of the hotel, but it sure offer a great place for relaxation. Once I had stopped the car, I was delighted by their world class service. Me and my newly-wed wife had an wonderful dinner and was very pleased that we return the next morning for their breakfast. Compared to Bellagio, Four seasons offer great service and great price.
I was very pleased that every staff greeted us with similes.
Just returned from a stay at the Four Seasons. We had a minor, yet legitimate concern during our last visit. They upgraded our room to a gorgeous suite. The Customer Service there is ourstanding. The Hotel may be pricey, but so much is included: Cabanas at the pool, nice lounge chairs, the Spa, great service and so much more. . .
Having been to several hotels in Las Vegas ranging from the Bellagio to Circus Circus over the years, I was unsure whether spending the extra money for the Four Seasons was worth it? The extra money was well worth it, so much so my wife and I agreed its Four Seasons or bust the next time we go to Las Vegas. The rooms are nothing spectacular, what sets the Four Seasons apart is the service from the staff. Early check-in at 9am was not a problem. The pool staff was impeccable, serving our every need. If you enjoy the crowds, noise and smoke go to the regular strip hotels, if you want to be treated like a real "guest" the Four Seasons is your choice. Its your best bet in Las Vegas.
Stayed here in July and August while attending conferences. The lobbies are very elegant(loved the flower and fruit arrangements on the tables), but the rooms are only average and ordinary. I was rather disappointed as it was "Four Seasons". I would rather stay at the Venetian.
It's true, this is the best hotel in Vegas, and Four Seasons is definitely the best luxury hotel chain.We stayed on the top floor with views of the strip. Definitely the best room in Vegas. We paid $225 pernight (Oasis Package) with $50 credit each day. Which is far cheaper thansome of the Mariotts & Sheratons & B&B places I have paid for.I would gladly pay twice just for their services.The pool attendances arethe best I ever had. They remember all the guests names, came by with fruits, Evian sprays, and cold towels. Even kids are very well behaved here.The Veranda Cafe maybe the best kept secret in town. I was very surprised at how good the food quality was. It's also a much more relaxed environment (we're the only guest there on a Wed night). I think it'sreasonable priced ($33 pre-fix dinner) considering the portion, and the services.I would not want to stay anywhere else in Vegas. Try it, esp during low seasons when price are lower.
Fantastic with family
Top Notch. Could not recommend a Vegas hotel more highly -- if you want to have a break from the smoke, noise, masses and casinos. It's expensive, but it exceeded our high expectations for service, decor and cleanliness. Great way to do Vegas with kids as you can retreat to the calm when they (and you) need a break. We paid $325 for our room.
First Time Traveler
First time in Vegas,rooms were great, super view of main st. at night. The food was top notch. a great first time experience.