Hotel Review: Four Seasons Las Vegas

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The Four Seasons Las Vegas is located on floors 35 through 39 of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. This is one of the largest Four Seasons hotels with 424 guest rooms and suites. The hotel is a non-gaming resort however being located in Mandalay Bay it’s easily accessible if you’re looking to get in some action.

This property is part of the Fine Hotels and Resorts program for those holding the American Express Platinum Card or the The Business Platinum Card® from American Express

Check out our other reviews of Hotel Review: Encore Las Vegas, Hotel Review: Delano Las Vegas Scenic Suite and Hotel Review: Bellagio Las Vegas to see how the Fine Hotels and Resorts benefits stack up.

Benefits of booking with Fine Hotels and Resorts include:

  • Noon check-in, when available
  • Room upgrade upon arrival, when available.
  • Daily breakfast for two people: $40 per person, per day max $80, valid at the hotels’ restaurant Veranada
  • In-room Wi-Fi ($5 resort fee credit)
  • Guaranteed 4:00pm late check-out
  • Additional special amenity: $100 Spa services credit to be used during your stay,

Superior Guest Room with 2 Double Beds

Superior Guest Room with 2 Double Beds

Guest Bathroom

Guestroom entry way with bar

Pool area at the Four Seasons Las Vegas

Spa reception at the Four Seasons Las Vegas

Fitness Center

Spa with steam room

Breakfast buffet at Veranada

Breakfast buffet at Veranada

Breakfast buffet at Veranada

Breakfast buffet at Veranada

Breakfast buffet at Veranada

Lobby area at the Four Seasons

Overall Thoughts 

If you’re looking for a nice resort to stay at in Las Vegas, and not looking to stay at one of the mega casino hotels here, then you may want to consider the Four Seasons.

When it comes to rates, this hotel is pretty reasonably priced for a Four Seasons, and if you’re able to book through Fine Hotels and Resorts you’ll receive even more value.

One complaint with my stay was the elevators. Despite having close to 500 rooms, there are only 3 elevators for the hotel, meaning you’ll likely find yourself waiting and will be entering a packed elevator each time.

Another point to mention is the pool does get very crowded, so plan to get there early and even leave some items on a chair, otherwise you’ll likely not be able to find chairs later in the day.

Have you stayed at the Four Seasons Las Vegas before? Feel free to share your thoughts below!

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Comments

  1. I’ve stayed at this hotel many times. While the pool can get crowded on nice weekends, the staff does an amazing job managing the pool chairs, and I’ve never had any problems getting a lounger. Reserving a chair by putting some personal items down first thing in the morning is neither necessary nor permitted.

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