So, you want to stay in a sophisticated Las Vegas hotel, with top-end service, restaurants and amenities. But you aren’t much for gambling and don’t want to find your way through a haze of cigarette smoke and maze of ding-ding-dinging slot machines every time you go to your room and back. Las Vegas has the perfect resort for you:
The Four Season Las Vegas isn’t nearly as flashy as some other Vegas properties like the Wynn, Venetian or Bellagio. There aren’t TVs in the bathrooms or enormous buffet meals off the lobby. But then there aren’t crowds of drunken frat boys either. Instead, the Four Seasons caters to a more sophisticated, more sedate crowd who seek the features of the Four Seasons such as:
- Absolutely outstanding service, highly personalized and attentive without being pushy.
- Comfortable, functional, rooms. The big casino resorts don’t want you spending time in your room because that’s time you could spend gambling. The Four Seasons has no such ulterior motives, and so they provide you with feather pillows, fluffy robes, in-room minibars and wifi internet access.
- An outstanding spa with 16 elegant, private treatment rooms and the option for a couples massage.
- Two of the best restaurants in Vegas: Verandah and Charlie Palmer Steak.
And if you do decide that you want to hit the blackjack table then you won’t have to go far. The Four Seasons is located above all the glitz, glamor—and casinos—of the Mandalay Bay resort. Ask for a room with a view of The Strip.