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3960 Las Vegas Boulevard South : Map | Gmap

» Nearby: Mandalay Bay   LuXor   Tropicana  


Four Seasons Las Vegas occupies the top five floors of Mandalay Bay's hotel tower, which opened in March 1999. Four Seasons Las Vegas does not have its own casino, nor does it have a dedicated Four Seasons VIP boutique casino as the Four Seasons Macao (at the Venetian Macao) does. You're stuck gambling with the rest of us at Mandalay Bay's casino floor.

Four Seasons Cool Stuff:

Check out reader Joe Hay's review of Four Seasons Las Vegas

The Real Deal on Four Seasons:

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Four Seasons does not have it's own casino, but instead shares its gaming with Mandalay Bay

The Casino at Four Seasons

Four Seasons does not have it's own casino, but instead shares its gaming with Mandalay Bay

The Rooms at Four Seasons

Four Seasons Las Vegas offers a number of room and suite offerings. All rooms include similar amenities, with the larger suites adding deluxe accoutrements such as jacuzzi tubs, meeting services, larger rooms and fancier furniture. The base amenities include the usual suspects - cd players (no iHome?) down pillows & duvets, minibars, coffee maker, dvd player, flat panel TV's, robes and slippers, shoe shine kits, turn down & evening housekeeping service and wifi broadband internet.

The Restaurants at Four Seasons

Four Seasons Las Vegas features two dining options - Verandah a beautiful high class equivalent of a 'cafe' with indoor and outdoor dining and great atmosphere throughout. Charlie Palmer Steak, is a luxurious steakhouse from Chef Charlie Palmer. Both Verandah and Charlie Palmer double as bar/lounges as well. For quick eats poolside, grab a sandwich and a cocktail at the Four Seasons Las Vegas' Pool Bar.

Reader Ratings & Reviews:

My Rating: 6 oldrichgreywolf posted on 29th December 2011 :

Suite 180. 'Nuff said.

My Rating: 6 SunRunnerKelly posted on 28th December 2011 :

We've stayed at Four Seasons many times since 2000, the most recent times were March 2012, December 2011, and October 2010. We love the amazing strip view and the exceptional service. I love that the hotel is very secluded, yet you can take the private elevators to the casino floor at Mandalay Bay and have all the noise and excitement of a casino. We'll stay there again in March 2012.

My Rating: 6 PMakster posted on 22nd December 2011 :

Didn't stay here yet, but I did visit there several times to walking off a feast at Mandalay Buffet. Got into there private pool area once, very nice. Really is an understated high end hideaway.

My Rating: 5 Attica posted on 7th March 2010 :

Four Seasons: luxury at a discount. Do you like the service you get at the Wynn and Encore Tower suites? Does the attention to detail and the friendliness of service of Mandarin Oriental make your heart sing? Don't have that much cash? The answer is Four Seasons.

Yes, the rooms are a little tired but the trademark Four Seasons service still shines despite the stigma of having to share a building with Mandalay Bay.

The pool service here is top top notch. My wife once had a nearby landscaping light shining in her face one dusk and someone to do something about it. To her amusement, the pool-person literally kicked the light out of position with his foot (possibly breaking it) so that it wouldn't blind her anymore. That's service!

Guests of the hotel also get to use the outstanding Mandalay Bay pool facility for no charge. Experience the wave pool, then retreat to the tiny oasis of the Four Seasons pool.

Room rates are almost always cheaper than Mandarin Oriental and Wynn. The best deals are the "stay two nights, get one free" packages.