Overall, a very comfortable stay
Elevators require a key to operate - that function worked flawlessly only half the time. They charge you for $150 per night for "incidentals" at check-in, without notice, so make sure you're a one-percenter. Location sucks, too.
Service like never before
I have a client been going to Las Vegas for 15 years and this is the first time I ever stayed at the four seasons and seem to try new hotels every trip but I will never try any hotel any longer because the four seasons is my new home. The staff took such good care of me from the minute I arrived at the door to the front desk to the restaurant and everywhere I went I felt like a king.
Good hotel but avoid eating there
Rooms were clean and staff was very helpful
The restaurant and room service food are mediocre. We ate at the onsite restaurant and ordered the special which turned out to be a dried out tasteless piece of breaded veal. I asked for anchovies on a ceasar salad and it arrived without them. Since the hotel is attached to the Mandalay Bay, there are many alternative bettter meal choices.
Not up to par with other Four Seasons hotels
The room was well decorated and the beds were very comfortable
The quality of the experience and service was poor. The staff was poorly trained-- it definitely did not feel like four seasons level service. I later learned that it is a franchise and they operate quite differently from the other hotels.
Non-gaming birthday celebration!
Non-gaming hotel meant no exposure to smoke filled casinos during check-in or for lunch/dinner. Extremely friendly staff cognizant of our visit to celebrate my boyfriend's birthday. They sent up a sweet birthday dessert. Accommodating with non-allergic pillows and duvet.
Surprised no chocolate with turn down service and no slippers as well.
I like the simple process of checking into the Four Seasons in Las Vegas. No forced march through a smoke filled casino. Staff was fantastic.
The room was great and the entire hotel staff was awesome!
Dinner at Charlie Palmer Steakhouse was HORRIBLE.
The hotel was quiet - much quieter than Mandalay Bay, which is what we were looking for. The room was very nice and very clean. Staff was friendly and helpful. Overall a very pleasant stay at the Four Seasons!
It's a faux-Four Seasons, like most of Vegas.
Good location, comfy beds. A bit of a nice departure from Casinos, and partitioned away from Mandalay, which it shares a building with.
It's kind of like everything else in Vegas...a cheaper facade of the real thing. Staff isn't engaged like at other Four Seasons, dirty common areas (room was immaculate), and things just aren't quite "on point" for a place of this caliber.
Flawless. Better than Encore or Wynn
Elegant, clean, nonsmoking property makes for great air quality, attentive service, beautiful room and beautiful public areas
Can't think of s thing
I liked that it was part of the bigger Mandalay bay hotel but seemed separate. It's own lobby and entrance made it seem small and cozy. My friends complained about how loud mandalay bay was. four seasons was just right
A stay at Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas places you in the heart of Las Vegas, a 4-minute drive from Town Square Las Vegas and 8 minutes from Crystals at City Center. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, limo/town car service, and express check-out. This resort has 15 meeting rooms available for events.
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