Five Stars on The Vegas Strip at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas
The Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas opened in March of 1999 and after a $30 million renovation, which was completed in 2012, the luxury property stands out on the strip. Home to a total of 424 guest rooms and suites, the Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas’ design aesthetic was inspired by the vibrant Art Deco period with stylish and modern interiors. On the south end of the Strip, just steps away from the famed “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign, the non-gaming oasis has easy access to the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.
Accommodations can be found in the Mandalay Bay tower on floors 35 through 39 of a 43-floor building with 343 guest rooms and 81 suites. Guests can choose between four types of guest rooms and six suites with oversized artwork and high-quality furnishings, which draw you to your vacation sanctuary with glamorous Art-Deco design throughout.
For those who want to feel like the commander-in-chief, their Presidential Strip-View Suite offers wraparound floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the Strip below. With bold colors and sleek furniture, the 2,225 sq ft suite has one king, one sofa bed, two rollaways and can sleep four adults. Enter the suite and be enraptured with richly colored upholstery and draperies surrounding a dining room that seats eight and living room. In the one full marble bathroom plus one guest powder room, natural colors of floor tiles and stone invites those into a calm and luxurious place to pamper with thick terry bathrobe. Along with general amenities afforded to guests at the hotel, those staying in the Presidential Strip-View Suite can select a plush or firm mattress topper, hypoallergenic bedding and more.
Helmed by spa director Shannon Mariani, the tranquil environment decorated in neutral colors and accented by artwork and candlelight of The Spa at Four Seasons offers a full range of treatments. After your treatment, which include their signature Desert Oasis Stone Massage or Four Seasons Ultimate Facial, along with their head-to-toe candle massage, cupping therapy and more, relax in their eucalyptus steam rooms and Zen relaxation lounge.
With three dining options at the hotel and a pool bar guests can enjoy a bite or a sip casually or in a lavish setting. The Pool Bar is an oasis among palm trees where exotic drinks like Lime in the Coconut and Beach Blanket can be enjoyed in the Las Vegas sun. The sleek and modern indoor-outdoor lounge PRESS is centered around craft cocktails in a social setting, perfect for a social setting or a nightcap next to the fireplace. Reminiscent of an Italian trattoria, sit inside or out on the terrace of Veranda where the all-day restaurant specializes in handmade pasta, wood-fired pizza and refined Italian desserts.
Just off the lobby of the hotel, enter into a quiet, club-like atmosphere, which evokes the décor of an elegant Spanish home at Charlie Palmer Steak. With innovative takes on classic steak dishes, the award-winning restaurant has a dining room that seats approximately 150, lounge seats approximately 50 and a private room that seats approximately 25.
Guests at the hotel gain access to two unique pool experiences, the Four Seasons resort style pool as well as the Mandalay Bay Beach complex at the adjacent Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. At the lushly landscaped private Four Seasons pool, enjoy personalized service complete with signature, passed amenities and eight cabanas available for rent. When walking over to the complex, laze the day away in the quarter mile-long lazy river or take a dip in one of three swimming pools and the real-sand beach, of Mandalay Bay Beach.
The adventurous can soar high above Las Vegas to a private landing at the Valley of Fire with their Natural Wonders Package. The excursion, available to Four Seasons guests only, continues to the Grand Canyon with a picnic lunch prepared by the Four Seasons and then to an aerial view over Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam. For more information, or to make reservations, email email@example.com to arrange your special trip.
Four Seasons Las Vegas also affords guests special access to the entertainment at the adjacent Mandalay Bay Resort and can arrange a private, personal shopper who can guide you to the best upscale stores and boutiques. Customized experiences also include Sports Weekend packages like the National Finals Rodeo or NBA Summer League and their Girlfriends’ Getaway, which can be anything from a low-key pampered weekend to a shop-till-you-drop or girls’ night out experience.
For more information and to book your stay visit: https://www.fourseasons.com/lasvegas.