Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas

The Strip, Las Vegas

The hotel

Located on the Las Vegas Strip, Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas offers guests direct access to the adjacent Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino and the city’s signature action and nightlife. Guest rooms are on floors 35-39, offering sweeping views of the glittering Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding mountains. Inspired by the vibrant Art-Deco era, guest rooms are stylish, modern, and reflective of the glamour and energy for which Las Vegas is known. Highlights include bold, oversized modern artwork and sleek, quality constructed furnishings. Veranda restaurant offers authentic Italian specialties while Charlie Palmer Steak is one of the city’s most acclaimed steak houses. The Hotel is also home to a Five Star Spa and a private pool.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • No Smoking
  • Children's Pool
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre

Where is it

At the south end of the Strip, in the heart of Las Vegas. Easy walk to all the major casinos and attractions.

Hotel information

424 rooms on the 35th to 39th floors of the Mandalay Bay Tower with 3 lifts. All with modern, art-deco inspired décor, air-conditioning, 42" flat-screen TV with media hub, DVD player, tea/coffee maker, mini-bar*, safe, bathrobes, slippers, hairdryer. Deluxe Rooms offer spectacular views of the mountains and surrounding desert landscape through floor-to-ceiling windows and offer 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Superior Rooms offer spectacular views of the mountains and surrounding desert landscape through floor-to-ceiling windows with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Premier Strip View Rooms are located on the upper floors and enjoy full views of the Strip and 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

1-Bedroom Suites with separate living room with floor-to-ceiling windows offering sweeping views of the surrounding mountain ranges and desert landscape with 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds on request, sleeping maximum 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

The Veranda (breakfast, lunch and dinner featuring authentic Italian cuisine, separate children's menu), Press (indoor-outdoor lounge serving craft cocktails and coffee), Veranda Bar (artisanal cocktails), Pool bar (lunch menu, seasonal). Outdoor swimming pool (open seasonally, use of Pool at Mandalay Bay out of season; mid Nov–late Feb), and 2 whirlpools. Children's pool. Five Star Spa with 16 treatment rooms*. Fitness centre. Complimentary iced water, iced towels, fruit, cucumber slices and Evian spritz service at the pool. Guests also have access to the adjacent Mandalay Beach, which offers a wave pool, lazy river and real sand. Valet parking $24 per day (payable locally, subject to change). Room service*.

This hotel has a resort fee of $32.00 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee includes: - High-speed Internet access (in-suite and public areas) - Free local, long distance and 800-number calls - In-room coffee maker. Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

* Denotes local charge.

One person must be aged 18 years and over in each room.

Please note: This hotel is a 100% smoke-free environment.

 

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Lower your expectations, if you're familiar with the Four Seasons brand of luxury stays

Jul 19, 2021 775jesikah

I am a frequent traveler, as well as a frequent Four Seasons guest. If there is a Four Seasons in the area that I am traveling to, I always choose that option. When I found out that I would be going to Las Vegas for work every two months, I was "ok" with this because I thought "at least there is a Four Seasons". Hmm... Four Seasons it is not. The… Read more
I am a frequent traveler, as well as a frequent Four Seasons guest. If there is a Four Seasons in the area that I am traveling to, I always choose that option. When I found out that I would be going to Las Vegas for work every two months, I was "ok" with this because I thought "at least there is a Four Seasons". Hmm... Four Seasons it is not. The two BEST things about this "resort" and the only reason why I am giving it two stars is the valet attendants are super nice and pretty amazing (way overworked, though) and the pool staff is great (but only 50% of the time). I stayed here, most recently, from July 5th-July 15th, 2021. To start with, the Reception Desk Attendants act as if they are doing you a favor by working there. Their attitude sucks. Multiple times, we requested our vehicle from valet through the front desk, the front desk never notified valet. My dog came with me as well. Each Four Seasons is different on their pet allowances: some don't charge anything, some charge a one-time fee, some charge a nightly fee. Four Seasons Vegas was $75 per night for my 1 dog plus hotel fees. This is the most I have ever spent at a Four Seasons for a pet and there is literally no where safe to take your dog out for a walk or to use the restroom. Here's the deal: they have a "pet relief" area that most people's home bathrooms are larger than. It is out in the middle of hotel traffic and NEVER has poop pick-up bags refilled in the container. The pavement is so hot to cross traffic to the area, I had to carry my dog each time. The room was alright, but I paid for a nice room. The room was NOT Four Seasons standards. The sheets were awful, like something from a dollar store. The toilet paper was one-ply. GROSS. The bathtub and shower were dirty with hair and lotion all over the bath and lavatory area. Disgusting. The food/hospitality menus were very much lacking. The supposed "Italian Kitchen: Verandah", was so minimal and Olive Garden has more Italian options than they did. All of the menus from Room Service to Press to the Pool are basically all the same 10ish things. No options. Not what I was expecting at all. I ordered Room Service roughly 7 times or so. It was wrong EVERYTIME and LATE! They could never get their business together. They would be missing an item, and it would take 40+ minutes for them to come back with it. The food was cold by that time. No charges were ever removed when they did this. The pool was alright, when "A" Team was working. If anyone was out of off for the day, it was a huge mess. Wrong drink mixers in wrong containers, leading to wrong drinks going out. Water pitchers empty for hours, when its super hot outside--unacceptable. I've stood at the Check-In desk at the pool multiple times when your lifeguard just stares at her phone and doesn't even let a Pool Attendant know anyone is there. I get that this is a rough time for a lot of businesses, but you're the Four Seasons. Managers and Concierge should be working anywhere they need to. Instead, I continued to see your Concierge frequent the pool area to flirt with an employee. I had asked for reservations and recommendations for one evening (with a 48 hour notice), and she just quoted me times from OpenTable, didn't even attempt to call. I called myself and had no problem getting a reservation for the time that I wanted. What is the point of you offering this service? Everytime that I told room service that our order was wrong, they wanted to "take it off the bill." I am not staying at Four Seasons to complain about the bill and have items taken off. I shouldn't have to complain in the first place, as it should be superior service. This is not only the worst Four Seasons experience that I have had, but likely the worst hotel stay. The snack area above the mini-bar is also weighted. But instead of using common sense, they put empty glasses there. So every time I used an empty glass to have a glass of tea or water or whatever, it charged me to use the glass. It isn't worth my time that it takes to explain this for the $9 plus fees I was charged each time. When sitting at the bar at Press one night, I ordered a cocktail off the menu that the bartender says "This cocktail is really bad. Don't get it." Why is it on the menu? I was also told multiple times that a manager would be contacting my room from Room Service. No one ever did. I left on the 15th, no one ever contacted my room. Needless to say: stay elsewhere, if you like luxury stays. I am sad to say that I will be coming back to Vegas every two months for work and will not be staying at the Four Seasons. I have already canceled future reservations. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Best place in Vegas to stay with Kids

Jul 14, 2021 hogeandrew San Diego, California

We travel to Las Vegas just to stay at the 4Seasons and do outdoor hiking to Red Rock canyon and Zion National Park for a day. Th El Dorado Canyon mine where 3000 miles to Graceland was filmed is only 45 min away and and unbelievable experience for kids. We don’t even gamble or drink but love the hotel so much and since it’s within driving… Read more
We travel to Las Vegas just to stay at the 4Seasons and do outdoor hiking to Red Rock canyon and Zion National Park for a day. Th El Dorado Canyon mine where 3000 miles to Graceland was filmed is only 45 min away and and unbelievable experience for kids. We don’t even gamble or drink but love the hotel so much and since it’s within driving distance of San Diego, Ca. We always end up there as a odd year vacation. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating 5 stars is not enough

Jul 12, 2021 Christy T

If I could give more stars I would! From before our arrival to our departure the service was beyond remarkable, we were contacted in advance and offered a free suite upgrade, upon arrival - Raymond walked us to the front desk and during check in Cyril gave us complimentary champagne to celebrate our business's first year anniversary. The hotel is… Read more
If I could give more stars I would! From before our arrival to our departure the service was beyond remarkable, we were contacted in advance and offered a free suite upgrade, upon arrival - Raymond walked us to the front desk and during check in Cyril gave us complimentary champagne to celebrate our business's first year anniversary. The hotel is spotless, secure, and just beautiful. Our room was luxurious, what you would expect from a 5 star resort. The In Room Dining food was tasty filling and delivered quickly everytime. Our pool experience was did not disappoint as once again the staff was the spotlight, Tony knocked it out of the ballpark with attentiveness! If we could fix just one thing it would be the cost of the cabana (cabana 8 is on an upper level so a distance from the pool and no misters so you had to be in the water for any relief from the heat). Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Fantastic hotel but avoid the breakfast at veranda restaurant.

Jul 12, 2021 shabbas-goy United States

Stayed at this property before and it’s still, if you want a quiet, clean and calm atmosphere, the best in Las Vegas. Check in staff all very nice and check in very smooth. The rooms are well maintained and good sized and well appointed. Also, if you want access to a huge pool complex the four seasons connects to the Mandalay Bay hotel pool, which… Read more
Stayed at this property before and it’s still, if you want a quiet, clean and calm atmosphere, the best in Las Vegas. Check in staff all very nice and check in very smooth. The rooms are well maintained and good sized and well appointed. Also, if you want access to a huge pool complex the four seasons connects to the Mandalay Bay hotel pool, which is one of the nicest in town. Only downside to staying here is the food. We had one of the worst breakfasts ever at the Veranda restaurant. The quality of the food was very poor, embarrassing for four seasons hotel. I had a word with the food manager about it but he seemed unfazed. Probably why the good is so bad. Anyway, enjoy the great hotel but eat somewhere else. Read less
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Jul 7, 2021 Jon B Chicago, Illinois

This was our second stay at the Four Season Las Vegas. For years we had been loyal guests at the Mandarin Oriental. When it changed hands to become a Hilton Waldorf property, we changed to the Four Seasons. Here’s why I would recommend this property: 1. If you don’t want a Mega Resort experience where your one of thousands of faceless guests,… Read more
This was our second stay at the Four Season Las Vegas. For years we had been loyal guests at the Mandarin Oriental. When it changed hands to become a Hilton Waldorf property, we changed to the Four Seasons. Here’s why I would recommend this property: 1. If you don’t want a Mega Resort experience where your one of thousands of faceless guests, this place is for you. The staff at Four Seasons know your name as you pull-up to begin your stay. They make you feel extremely valuable. 2. If you want a pool without a DJ blasting euro techno and Bro’s with bottles of Champaign, this pool is perfect. No scene, very peaceful and terrific service. 3. Super, super, clean rooms. 4. Great lobby bar and restaurant. If you want an oasis from the chaos of the strip, the Four Seasons is perfect! Read less