Part of the excitement of visiting Las Vegas is having the opportunity to check into one of the awesome hotels that the city is known for.
That’s why, during our epic road trip around the US, we decided to stay in a couple of resorts in the city so that we could compare and contrast. One of the hotels we picked was the luxurious Four Seasons Las Vegas and let me tell you in advance: the property did not disappoint!
This is my honest review of the Four Seasons Las Vegas including what we liked about our stay, where we ate, and what you can expect if you book this hotel for yourself.
*Disclosure: This post contains a few affiliate links, which means I may receive a small commission, at no cost to you, if you make a purchase through my link. Please note that we were invited to stay at the Four Seasons Las Vegas, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own, as always.*
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Arriving at Four Seasons Las Vegas
The Four Seasons Las Vegas is located on the southern end of the Strip, that iconic boulevard that slices through central Vegas. It’s on the same block as the Mandalay Bay Resort and Shark Reef Aquarium where there are also a number of conveniences, restaurants, clubs, and casinos.
You can walk down to the Welcome to Las Vegas sign in less than 15 minutes as well which is very convenient if you’re looking to take some epic photos at one of the best Instagram spots in Las Vegas.
One major selling point is that the Four Seasons Las Vegas is out of the hustle and bustle of the main part of the Strip area. This means it does have a quieter vibe than other hotels in the frenzied part of the city.
It’s right across the road from the McCarran International Airport and is one of the most convenient places to stay in Las Vegas if you’re arriving or departing by plane. It only takes 10 minutes to drive between the hotel and the airport. The Four Seasons provide transfers and limousine services.
If you are getting around Las Vegas via car – which I highly recommend – then the hotel offers secure parking which costs $32 per night. Although if you need it, the “Deuce” bus stops right outside the hotel. This bus service shuttles up and down the Strip at all hours around the clock.
Lobby & Check-in Process
For such an extravagant hotel, the lobby at the Four Seasons Las Vegas is a little off the radar and easy to miss! Flanked by thick white columns, the main entrance is nestled behind palm trees that line the driveway. It’s separate from Mandalay Bay which adds to the sense of calm.
The interiors were stylishly designed in cream, beige, and white hues with wooden paneling and a couple of plants.
As expected from a 5-star Vegas resort, we were welcomed by a fleet of valets, bellmen, and amiable reception staff. A concierge desk was available at all times whenever we had any further questions during our stay.
Rooms & Suites
The Four Seasons Las Vegas comprises 343 rooms and 81 suites. All units are located on the 35th – 39th floors of the 43-story building. Inspired by the Art Deco period, the hotel’s interiors are stylish and modern yet allude to the energy for what the city is known for.
All of the rooms provide a view of either the Strip or the valleys further afield. Every unit is fitted with heating and air conditioning – vital for those summer months!
We stayed in a Stadium View Room during our stay, named as it overlooked the Allegiant Stadium to the west of the complex. The lavish room was ginormous, with a massive bed, separate rest areas, and a large writing desk.
The space was delicately curated with creams and other neutral colors, with elegant geometric wallpaper. Tasteful upholstery and furnishings, lacquered dressers, and ambient lighting gave the space a really homely vibe and everything was high quality. It’s impossible to find any faults: the rooms meet all the expectations of a luxury hotel.
Our private bathroom was immaculately designed with a marble vanity and a shower with a soaking tub. It was well stocked with bathing products worthy of a 5-star hotel in Las Vegas as well as fluffy bathrobes.
In case you are traveling with a pet, it’s worth noting that the Four Seasons Las Vegas welcomes pets for an additional fee, subject to terms.
Service & Facilities
In case you’re not already aware, the Four Seasons Las Vegas is one of the only hotels in Sin City that doesn’t have a casino on site. Furthermore, the entire property is non-smoking. So if you’re mainly looking for things to do in Vegas besides gambling, basing yourself in the Four Seasons is a great idea!
This makes it a great choice if you’re seeking something more laid back, a romantic retreat, or are traveling with kids. But bear it in mind in case you want to stay at a resort with a casino. That being said, the Mandalay Bay Casino is right next door if you do want to try your luck.
The outdoor pool at the Four Seasons Las Vegas is available exclusively to guests of the resort and is open from March to November.
This is a beautifully landscaped oasis with palm trees, cabanas and attentive staff. As the clientele of the Four Seasons is predominantly families and couples, the pool is generally pretty quiet with guests lounging with books or enjoying the water.
The luxury spa at the Four Seasons Las Vegas isn’t huge but it is remarkably clean, with a steam room and spa.
Meanwhile, the treatment menu is vast and exotic. You can choose to have a desert stone massage, a head-to-toe candle treatment, or lavender body wrap. Cupping is on the menu as well while the nail bar is highly commended, and very convenient.
The spa caters for solo visitors as well as couples but do remember to book your treatment in advance as it’s popular.
The fitness center at the Four Seasons Las Vegas is bright and airy with wonderful floor to ceiling windows that look out towards the pool. The space is laid out with cardio, weight equipment, yoga mats, and free weights.
You can pick up coffee and light breakfast options at Press, the lobby cafe. This functions as a coffee shop during the hours of 6 am – 3 pm before transforming into a happening joint for craft cocktails by night. It has a dreamy setting with open fireplaces which are perfect for the cooler months.
In-room dining is available 24/7 during your stay at the Four Seasons Las Vegas. There is also a well-stocked pool bar to keep your hunger at bay when you’re relaxing by the water.
We enjoyed a complimentary meal at the hotel’s signature restaurant, Veranda.
As the restaurant serves breakfast and lunch from 6.30 am – 2.30 pm, Veranda is an alternative to Press if you want to start your day with something more substantial. The breakfast menu offers classics such as blueberry pancakes, Belgian waffles, French toast, and omelets.
At weekends you can indulge in the Breakfast Buffet served alongside steaming coffee and early morning cocktails.
Heavier options for dinner vary from authentically Italian dishes with a modern American flair. Menus change frequently but you can expect to find an offering of pizza, pasta, steak, and seafood.
The Four Seasons Las Vegas is an exceptional 5-star hotel that upholds a traditional sense of hospitality and service.
We were impressed with the size and quality of the bedroom and felt well taken care of throughout our stay. I recommend this hotel if you want to escape the frenzy of the Strip and stay in a serene, gambling-free resort with state-of-the-art amenities.
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