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The Best Resort in Las Vegas

By Edited Feb 16, 2016 4 2

The Vegas Experience

Contrary to public opinion, not everyone who travels to Las Vegas is a smoker or a gambler. Many enjoy Las Vegas for the entertainment. The extravagant and amazing live shows attract visitors from all over the world. In addition, many enjoy the dining experience that Vegas has to offer with their world-class cuisine. Las Vegas is home to some of the most famous restaurateurs, while at the same time home to the popular and famous 24-hour buffets.

The Las Vegas strip is lined with opulent and eye-catching hotels that draw crowds of people in to get a glimpse of the Las Vegas fun. Several of the large hotels house theaters that offer crowd-pleasing live shows. In addition, casinos are a prominent feature of all the hotels, and so visitors must walk through these noisy, smoke-filled gambling rooms to get to their hotel rooms, restaurants, shows, or other destinations. While this is the norm, there is another option.

Four Seasons Resort Las Vegas Lobby
Credit: Introspective Pics.

Quality and Comfort

The Four Seasons Resort in Las Vegas offers a non-gambling, smoke free environment in a quality and beautiful atmosphere. There is no casino at the Four Seasons Resort instead, the lobby area is quiet and spacious with beautiful furniture and fragrant flowers.

The newly renovated, confortable, and stylish guest rooms sit atop the Mandalay Bay Resort with a separate and distinct entrance which allow visitors to by-pass the smoke and noisy filled casinos at the front of most hotels and resorts.

The Four Season Resort in Las Vegas provides the luxury and high level of service that distinguishing Four Seasons customers are accustomed to while offering direct access to the Mandalay Bay and all the excitement of Nevada’s city of lights, Las Vegas.

Four Seasons Resort Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay
Credit: Introspective Pics.

Accommodations

The spacious, comfortable, and quiet guest rooms are located high atop the Mandalay Bay Resort and guests use private elevators to access their rooms. Customers can choose deluxe or superior rooms with a strip view or pool view. In addition, there is a presidential suite with a breathtaking view of the Las Vegas strip, a "sunrise/sunset" suite, a valley-view suite, executive suites, and others including one-bedroom suites.

Several rooms and suites come with floor-to-ceiling windows offering unparalleled views of the Las Vegas Strip and the desert mountains. The Presidential and Strip View Suites offer dazzling views of the Las Vegas strip and the design highlights include customized lighting, separate dining and living room areas for entertaining, an oversized marble bathroom and walk-in closet. Rooms are also equipped with LED television sets with multimedia hub, Keurig coffee makers, a desk and ergonomic task chair, and more.

Four Seasons Las Vegas Room Amenities
Credit: Introspective Pics.

 Spa

In the tradition of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, guests can enjoy a tranquil day at a world class spa. Treatments include massages, facials, and other body treatments meant to increase the relaxation level. Body treatments include a neck to toe body wrap to detoxify and provide muscle relief, a sea salt scrub to exfoliate and invigorate the skin, and much more. This spa even offers a "gold sugar scrub" and "body bronzing."

Dining

Restaurants at the resort include Verandah, an Italian restaurant and Charlie Palmer Steak, a steakhouse.

In my humble opinion, the Four Seasons is the best resort in Las Vegas.

Four Seasons Drive in Las Vegas
Credit: Introspective Pics.
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Comments

Feb 21, 2013 5:50am
mikerobbers
Viva Las Vegas! Great place to go to! And a nice article - interesting and informative, it shows a different facet of Las Vegas. Thumbs up!
Feb 26, 2013 8:28pm
southerngirl09
I did not know that the Four Seasons was in the Mandalay Tower. The Four Seasons lobby looks like a quiet oasis to escape to for some down time. When we go to Vegas, we enjoy the glitz and glitter while enjoying the shows and food. Thanks for showing us another side of the city. Thumbs Up!
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